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Routledge Online Studies on the Olympic and Paralympic Games (ROSO)

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A unique platform publishing scholarly research, stimulating new knowledge and supporting the learning legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

What makes Olympic and Paralympic research relevant and interesting is the quality of the connections that researchers, students, authors, educators, policy-makers and professionals make with each other. Routledge Online Studies on the Olympic and Paralympic Games (ROSO) will facilitate this dialog.

ROSO contains Olympic and Paralympic content from over 1,000 book chapters and journal articles including Handbooks and major reference works on themes including the media, education, gender, politics, governance, management, law, business, ethics, legacies, the environment, disability sport, athletic performance and history. Routledge has commissioned over 40 new journal special issues across disciplines on Olympic and Paralympic Studies that will be revealed on our innovative platform.

  • read a selection of articles and chapters online free of charge
  • purchase online access to individual articles of your choice
  • search the platform by theme, author or publication
  • download reading lists, case studies and teaching materials
  • watch videos of academics sharing their thoughts on the Olympic and Paralympic Games
  • find research collaborators on our Resources page
  • communicate live with leading authorities in the field – coming soon
  • submit online journal articles, journal proposals, book reviews and book proposals
  • discover Olympic and Paralympic courses, projects, events and contacts around the world
  • enter a free monthly prize draw

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