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Sport Research Publications

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Date Publication Description
   
23/07/2015

An Evaluation of Legacy from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games: Post Games Report

This report is the first post games legacy evaluation report for the XX Commonwealth Games it aims to generate learning for ourselves, future bidders and hosts, and to add to the international literature
23/07/2015

Updated Review of the Evidence of Legacy of Major Sporting Events: July 2015

This is an updated review of the evidence for legacy from major sporting events. It looks across the four themes of the Commonwealth Games Evaluation Project (flourishing, sustainable, active and connected).
23/07/2015

XX Commonwealth Games Visitor Study: Visitor Survey Results Report

This report provides the survey results from the XX Commonwealth Games Visitor Survey.
23/07/2015 XX Commonwealth Games Visitor Study: Economic Impact Report This report estimates the economic impact of visitors (including volunteers and associated media) to the XX Commonwealth Games
23/07/2015

Analysis of XX Commonwealth Games Host Broadcast Coverage, Online Media and Official Digital Channels

This reports analyses the coverage of the XX Commonwealth Games by the Games’ Host Broadcasters, the use of the official Glasgow 2014 websites, and associated social media.
13/11/2014 XX Commonwealth Games Omnibus Research Report This XX Commonwealth Games Omnibus Research Report measure progress against key marketing performance indicators (KPIs) and generates new insights that supported decision making around marketing activity in the run up to Glasgow 2014.
28/04/2014 An Evaluation of the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy: Pre-Games Report The Pre-Games Report sets out our commitment to a transparent and long term evaluation of legacy to generate learning for ourselves, future bidders and hosts, and to add to the international literature
28/04/2014 A Review of the Evidence of Legacy of Major Sporting Events This review considers the evidence for legacy from major sporting events. It looks across the four themes of the Commonwealth Games Evaluation Project (flourishing, sustainable, active and connected)
27/9/2013 The Potential of Existing Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Surveys to Support the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy Evaluation The review focusses on data sources not already in use in the evaluation (eg in the baseline report or on the Assessing Legacy website) that could shed insight into the extent to which Scotland’s games legacy ambitions are met over time, especially in the areas of sports participation; volunteering; cultural engagement and civic pride.
31/10/2012 An Evaluation of the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy for Scotland Report 1: Questions, Methods and Baseline

This report sets out the broad approach to the Glasgow 2014 legacy evaluation,the research questions it will address, and the range of methods that will be deployed between now and 2019. It also sets out the priorities for the next 18 months and a forward timetable for publication of reports.The report also has a series of Annexes on the 4 national themes (flourishing, active, connected and sustainable).

02/04/2007 An Analysis of Minority Indigenous Sports in Scotland This study was commissioned to assess the current contribution, impact and future potential of Scottish indigenous sports that currently have no established regime or existing public sector funding, and have relatively low participation.
06/10/2006 Research Findings No 20: Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity: Public Participation, Barriers and Attitudes Research designed to inform policies aimed at increasing the proportion of the Scottish population who exercise regularly.
06/10/2006 Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity: Public Participation, Barriers and Attitudes Full report of the research carried out to inform policies aimed at increasing the proportion of the Scottish population who exercise regularly.
28/08/2006 Information for Local Sports Clubs This booklet has been prepared to help anyone involved in the management of a sports club.
28/08/2006 The Sustainability of Local Sports Clubs in Scotland This report describes research undertaken between July 2005 and January 2006 to identify and investigate the sustainability issues facing sports clubs.