BSc, MSc, PGCAP, PhD
Community Sport Development Officer. Lecturer and Programme Leader.
I contribute to a range of units across the Department of Exercise and Sport Science with a focus on the development of sport and physical activity, increasing participation, health and sports policy. My research supervision interest are aligned with my teaching areas and include:
Unit leader for sport development subjects.
Hughes, A. (In progress) Increasing participation through whole sport plans 2013-17: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the Rugby Football Union. Ph.D Manchester Metropolitan University.
Haviland, N. (In progress) Understanding healthy lifestyles: a phenomenological and sociodemographic exploration of parental and child perceptions.MRes. Manchester Metropolitan University.
Policy, strategy and intervention evaluation (Critical Realism. Evaluation Research).
B. Bell, J. Daniels (2019). Sport development in challenging times: leverage of sports events for legacy in disadvantaged communities. Managing Sport and Leisure.
JE. Daniels, B. Bell, C. Horrocks (2018). Capturing the realities of sports programmes: systematic ‘messiness’?. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. 10(4), pp.779-794.
JE. Daniels, B. Bell, C. Horrocks Capturing the realities of Community sports programmes: reflections on a realistic evaluation approach. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics.
A. Hughes, C. Mackintosh, J. Daniels Coaching through an interpretivist lens: from community participation to modernisation and business practices. In: Coaching in the Community.
J. Daniels Community sport coaching intervention: a challenging environment for evaluation research. In: Coaching in the Community.
JE. Daniels (2016). A realist perspective of a disability sports programme in south Cheshire: a case study. G. Ferréol. In: Equity, diversity, integration through sport. EME Editions,
JE. Daniels (2012). Community Sport Development: is the future evidence?. In: Sports and Coaching Pasts and Futures. Manchester Metropolitan University,
B. Bell, JE. Daniels (2019). Sport Development in Challenging Times: Leverage of Sport Events for Legacy in Disadvantaged Communities. In: Managing Sport and Leisure. Plymouth Marjohn University, 17/11/2017. pp.369-390.
JE. Daniels Youth Development through sport: A case study of a disability gymnastics programme. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 9/12/2016.
JE. Daniels (2013). A process evaluation of a community sport volunteer programme. Ormskirk, 5/9/2013.
B. Bell, J. Daniels An evaluation of Eastlands Trust BMX Legacy Projects. , Eastlands Leisure Trust.
JE. Daniels (2013). Participant Impact: an evaluation of a community volunteer programme. CNBC, Everybody Leisure, Crewe.
JE. Daniels, A. Molyneux (2008). A needs analysis for sport and physical activity. CNBC, Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council.
Daniels, J. (2016) 'Disability sport: a realist synthesis of a community gymanstics programme': Project Erasmus+ Sport - Égalité, mixité, intégration par le sport, Besancon, France, 29th April 2016.
Daniels, J. (2014). A realistic evaluation of a Community Volunteer Programme. European Sport Development Network Symposium, Wolverhapton, UK, 8th September 2014.
Daniels, J. (2013). A Process Evaluation of a Community Sport Volunteer Programme. European Sport Development Network Symposium, Ormskirk, UK, 5th September 2013.
Daniels, J. (2012). Evidence Based Practice in Community Sport: European Sport Development Network Symposium, Sheffield, UK, 5th September 2012.
Daniels, J. (2011). Evaluating Community Sport and Physical Activity: Methodological Considerations. Research Institute for Health and Social Care: Annual Conference: Manchester, UK, 1st July 2011.
Daniels, J. (2011). "It's Just Another Buzz-Word". Evaluation in Sport Development, Perceptions of the Voluntary and Public Sector: Sports and Coaching: Pasts and Futures, Crewe, UK, 25th June 2011.
Daniels, J. (2009). Process Evaluating Sport Development Interventions: European Sport Development Network Symposium, Nottingham, UK, 4th September 2009.