About the Journal
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review is an journal which provides a focal point for the publication of social science research on Sport and the wide range of associated Sport Education, Sports achievements, Sport history, Sport social, Sport cultural, Sport law, political, sport tourism, Sport Psychology and ethical issues in physical activity, sport and health. The journal concentrates both on the forms, contents and contexts of physical education, sport and health education found in schools, colleges and other sites of formal education, as well as the pedagogies of play, calisthenics, gymnastics, sport and leisure found in familial contexts, sports clubs, the leisure industry, private fitness and health studios, dance schools and rehabilitation centres.
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review
|Language||English (preferred), Indonesian|
|Frequency||3 issues per year|
|ISSN||2746-6965 (Online) , 2774-2520 (Print)|
|DOI||Prefix 10.53905/inspiree by Crossref|
|Editor-in-chief||Dr. Herli Pardilla, M.Pd|
|Publisher||INSPIREE & DPE Universitas Pahlawan in collaboration with ISORI, ANOKI and KONI KAMPAR|
|Citation Analysis||Google Scholar, Dimensions|
INSPIREE is published 3 times a year. We do not have specific closing dates for submissions, as each issue of INSPIREE is prepared for website mounting when filled with accepted articles.
Vol. 1 No. 1 — January 27 (article submission deadline: December 27);
Vol. 1 No. 2 — May 27 (article submission deadline: April 27);
Vol. 1No. 3 — September 27 (article submission deadline: August 27).
In Collaboration with:
Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): September
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review is an international and multidisciplinary of sports journal designed to stimulate and communicate higher scientific investigations related to physical education and sports activities. The emphasis is on informative articles of interest for teachers of Health and Physical Education encompassing the curriculum in schools, junior sports, nutrition, fitness and physical activity, and insights into future ways of motivating children and young people to be active and healthy.