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Recording date 2020-06-12





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Lehrstuhl für Sportwissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Bewegung und Gesundheit


Lehrstuhl für Sportwissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Bewegung und Gesundheit

This is session 1 of the online lectures for the class. It covers definitions of policy, explains central concepts, introduces theories of the policy-process, and discusses methods to analyze policymaking in health and physical activity promotion. 

References for sources mentioned in the video (in order of appearance):

Tolkien, J.R.R. (1993). The Hobbit or there and back again. 14th paperback edition. London: Harper Collins.
Schmid, T. L., Pratt, M., & Witmer, L. (2006). A framework for physical activity policy research. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 3: 20-29.

Bull, F. C., Bellew, B., Schöppe, S., & Bauman, A. E. (2004).  Developments in National Physical Activity Policy: an international review and recommendations towards better practice. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 7(1, Supplement 1):93-104.

Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft. (2014). IN FORM
Deutschlands Initiative für gesunde Ernährung und mehr Bewegung. Berlin: BMEL. https://www.in-form.de/fileadmin/Dokumente/Materialien/IN_FORM-Nationaler_Aktionsplan.pdf

Rütten, A., & Pfeifer, K. (eds.) (2015). National Recommendations for Physical Activity and Physical Activity Promotion. Erlangen: FAU University Press. https://www.sport.fau.de/files/2015/05/National-Recommendations-for-Physical-Activity-and-Physical-Activity-Promotion.pdf

NSW Government (2015). Sport and Physical Activity Policy. https://policies.education.nsw.gov.au/policy-library/policies/sport-and-physical-activity-policy

Gesundheitsregion plus Erlangen-Höchstadt und Erlangen. (2017). Gemeinsame Gesundheitsstrategie der Gesundheitsregion plus Erlangen-Höchstadt & Erlangen. http://www.fueralleinstadtundland.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/2017-261-GRP-Strategiepapier-Doppelseiten.pdf

WHO. (2018). Global Action Plan on Physical activity 2018-2030. More active people for a healthier world. Geneva: World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/272722/9789241514187-eng.pdf

Council of the European Union. (2013). Council Recommendation 
on promoting health-enhancing physical activity across sectors (2013/C 354/01). Brussels: Official Journal of the European Union.   https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32013H1204(01)&from=GA

Bemelmans-Videc, M.L., Rist, R.C., & Vedung, E. (eds.) (1998). Carrots, Sticks and Sermons: Policy Instruments & Their Evaluation. New Jersey: Transaction Publishers.

Doern, G.B., & Phidd, R.W. (1983). Canadian Public Policy: Ideas, Structure, Process. Toronto: Methuen.

Gelius, P., Messing, S., & Abu-Omar, K. (2019).  Nine types of recommendations, guidelines and policies: an exploratory test of a proposed typology of physical activity promotion documents. 
Archives of Public Health 77:52. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13690-019-0381-x  

Lasswell, H. (1956). The Decision Process. College Park: Univ. of Maryland Press.

Howlett, M., & Ramesh, M. (1995). Studying Public Policy: Policy Cycles and Policy Subsystems. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Sabatier, P. A. (ed.) (2007). Theories of the policy process. Boulder: Westview Press.   

Kingdon, J. (1984). Agendas, Alternatives, and Public Policy. Boston: Little, Brown.
Also see Zahariadis, N. The Multiple Streams Framework, In: Sabatier, P.A. (ed.) (2007)  

True, J.L., Jones, B.D.,  & Baumgartner, F.R. Punctuated Equilibrium Theory, In: Sabatier, P.A. (ed.) (2007)  

Clavier, C., & de Leeuw, E. (eds.) (2013). Health promotion and the policy process. London: Oxford Univ. Press.   

Sallis, J. F., Bauman, A., & Pratt, M. (1998). Environmental and policy interventions to promote physical activity. Am J Prev Med, 15(4): 379-397.

Bellew, B., Schöeppe, S., Bull, F.C., & Bauman, A. (2008). The rise and fall of Australian physical activity policy 1996 – 2006: a national review framed in an international context. Australia and New Zealand Health Policy, 5:18. https://doi.org/10.1186/1743-8462-5-18

Vuori, I., Lankenau, B., & Pratt, M. (2004). Physical Activity Policy and Program Development: The Experience in Finland. Public Health Reports 119: 331-345.

Yin, R. (2009). Case Study Research: Design and Methods. 4th Edition. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Daugbjerg, S., Kahlmeier, S., Racioppi, F., Martin-Diener, E., Martin, B., Oja, P., & Bull, F. (2009). Promotion of Physical Activity in the European Region: Content Analysis of 27 National Policy Documents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 6:805-817.

Maximova, K., Raine, K.D., Czoli, C., et al. (2019). Monitoring progress toward United Nations commitments: characteristics of Canadian legislation to promote tobacco control, physical activity and healthy eating. CMAJ Open. https://doi.org/10.9778/cmajo.20190049

Bull, F., Milton, K., & Kahlmeier, S. (2015). Health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) policy audit tool (PAT) Version 2. Geneva: World Health Organization. https://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/disease-prevention/physical-activity/publications/2015/health-enhancing-physical-activity-hepa-policy-audit-tool-pat-version-2-2015  

Gelius, P., Messing, S., Goodwin, L., Schow, D., & Abu-Omar, K. (2020). PWhat are effective policies for promoting physical activity? A systematic review of reviews. Preventive Medicine Reports 18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2020.101095

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