Gender studies, Sociology of sport, Social change, Context and Politics are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Refugee and Social exclusion, which intersect with Gender studies. His study in Sociology of sport is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Football, Social psychology, Social mobility and Social position.
His Social change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Physical education, Pedagogy, Sport management, Public relations and Cultural capital. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Poverty, International development and Body of knowledge. Politics is a subfield of Law that Ramon Spaaij investigates.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Football, Criminology, Gender studies and Sport management. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Social change, Diversity, Qualitative research and Social capital. His Social change study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pedagogy and Social mobility.
His Football research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Politics and Media studies. His Criminology research includes elements of Terrorism and Lone wolf. The study incorporates disciplines such as Refugee and Social exclusion in addition to Gender studies.
Ramon Spaaij mainly focuses on Public relations, Gender studies, Football, Refugee and Sport for development. His study deals with a combination of Public relations and Context. His research investigates the connection between Gender studies and topics such as Field that intersect with problems in Gender diversity, Corporate governance, Perception, Forced migration and Sense of coherence.
His Football research incorporates themes from Gender equity, Gender relations and Masculinity. The concepts of his Refugee study are interwoven with issues in Criminology, Diaspora and Agency. His study on Sport for development also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Public relations, Diversity, Empirical research, Value and Essentialism. As part of his studies on Public relations, he often connects relevant areas like Diversity management. His studies in Diversity integrate themes in fields like Business case, Ableism, Research question and Cricket.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Operationalization, Social exclusion, Community development, Qualitative research and Social capital. His studies deal with areas such as Denial, Boundary-work and Resistance as well as Value.
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The Enigma of Lone Wolf Terrorism: An Assessment
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (2010)
Understanding Football Hooliganism : A comparison of Six Western European Football Clubs
Ramón Fredrik Johan Spaaij.
Sport as a Vehicle for Social Mobility and Regulation of Disadvantaged Urban Youth: Lessons from Rotterdam
International Review for the Sociology of Sport (2009)
Beyond the playing field: Experiences of sport, social capital, and integration among Somalis in Australia
Ethnic and Racial Studies (2012)
Men like us, boys like them: violence, masculinity, and collective identity in football hooliganism
Ramon Fredrik Johan. Spaaij.
Journal of Sport & Social Issues (2008)
Education for social change? A Freirean critique of sport for development and peace
Ramón Spaaij;Ruth Jeanes.
Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy (2013)
The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism
Mark S. Hamm;Ramon Spaaij.
Refugee youth, belonging and community sport
Leisure Studies (2015)
The social impact of sport: diversities, complexities and contexts
Ramon Fredrik Johan. Spaaij.
Sport in Society (2009)
Sport and Social Mobility: Crossing Boundaries
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