Dr. Keith Gilbert is a full Professor in the School of Health, Sport & Bioscience at the University of East London and Director of the Centre for Sport, Disability & Health. His researches areas include sport sociology and sports management. He also has strong interests in the management of disability sport, the Paralympic Movement, and qualitative, interpretive and narrative research methodologies.
He has numerous publications and has edited several books in the broad areas of sport management, sociology, Paralympics, cultural studies, sport and sustainability and more recently sport, peace and development. He has published the following books with Common Ground:
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