My research spans the fields of sport sociology and critical disabilities studies. Working from a community-based, participatory research framework, I use innovative digital qualitative methods to explore the intersections of sport, physical activity, health, disability and social inclusion.
As an Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia, I continue to carry out community-driven research with local and national partners and to leverage social media platforms to share research findings with large audiences.
For more information regarding my recently completed research, entitled Project PRISM explorating of the experiences of Paralympians and elite para-athletes after they retire from sport please visit the PHC website or watch this video.
For more information regarding my recently completed project, ‘Are We Inspired Yet? Digital Stories by Young People About Sport and Disability’ (funded by a SSHRC Postdoctoral fellowship) please visit my projects page or the digital stories YouTube channel.
I am currently accepting graduate students (MA, PhD) for Fall 2017. Please contact me to discuss.
− Andrea Bundon