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Youth and organized sport in Flanders: Past and future developments



Youth and organized sport in Flanders: Past and future developments



International Review for the Sociology of Sport 33(3): 299-304



This article offers some suggestions regarding how to enhance the benefits that Flemish youth can derive from participating in organized sport.

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DOI: 10.1177/101269098033003007



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