(1.School of Humanities，Shanghai University of Finance and Economics，Shanghai 200433，China；2.School of Sports Science，Shanghai University of Sport，Shanghai 200438，China)
Abstract: Taking the literature of sports philosophy and social sciences collected in SSCI and A&HCI database from 1980 to 2019 as the research object, using the research method of bibliometrics, the international discourse right evaluation system of sports philosophy and social sciences was constructed based on the four indexes of lit-erature productivity, literature influence, literature development power and document diffusion power, and the in-ternational discourse right of sports philosophy and social science research in China was quantitatively evaluated to clarify the international status of the discourse power of Chinese sports philosophy and social sciences. The re-sults show that the international discourse right of sports philosophy and social science research in China ranks the 1st in Asia and the 16th in the world, and has a strong voice and influence in the world. At the same time, there are some problems of development bottleneck, such as the low level of research influence and the general level of de-velop-ment and diffusion. We should take the promotion of research influence as the key point to enhance the dis-course right, establish a world-oriented strategy for the research and development of sports philosophy and social sciences, clarify policy guidance, and formulate an assessment and incentive mechanism for giving priority to re-search qual-ity. We should actively expand the scope of international cooperation between research institutions and researchers, establish multiple sources of funding, and pay attention to encouraging the interdisciplinary and inte-gration for re-searchers, as well as exploring diversified ways of contribution to achieve the systematic promotion of the interna-tional discourse right of sports philosophy and social science in China.
Key words: sports philosophy and social sciences；international discourse right；bibliometrics；SSCI；A&HCI；China