All Stories

  1. Socio-cultural influences on attendance at exercise based cardiac rehabilitation
  2. Cardiac rehabilitation in England - how person centred is it?
  3. Reflexivity in sensory ethnography. Chapter in Routledge Handbook of Sensory Ethnography
  4. Doing - and leaving - ethnographic research on performance swimmers
  5. Wearables in distance running - runners' experiences and feelings
  6. Health promotion for older adults - using an English football club setting
  7. Visually impaired running together with sighted guides
  8. Breathing battles and asthma experiences in sport and exercise
  9. The impact of COVID-19 on participants in cardiac rehabilitation - using Bourdieu
  10. Feeling good, sensory engagements, and time out: embodied pleasures of running
  11. Chapter in book: Experiences of endurance in women's cross-country and trail running
  12. Women runners in public spaces - pleasures and dangers
  13. ‘The agenda is to have fun’: exploring experiences of visually impaired runners and their guides
  14. Motherhood and swimming with pre-school children
  15. Learning important life lessons: talented youth athletes in Finland
  16. Mental health and wellbeing in the early stages of PhD study
  17. Women endurance athletes and the psychological effects of relative energy deficiency
  18. Chapter in above: lived experiences of ‘positive pain’ in competitive swimming
  19. I'm Hurting but I'm Buzzing: ‘Positive Pain’ in Competitive Swimming
  20. Weather and the touch of the elements in women's distance running
  21. I was surprised by an app telling an adult they had to go to bed before half ten!: wearables
  22. The senses and 'doing' running and swimming together
  23. "I’d got self-destruction down to a fine art”: Relative energy deficiency in sport
  24. Superwomen? Young sporting women, and learning not to be perfect
  25. Switch off the headwork!: From academic to distance runner - book chapter
  26. Learning endurance in competitive swimming and distance running
  27. The lived sense of temperature in competitive swimming
  28. Researching retired ex-servicemen: reflections on ethnographic encounters
  29. Learning in and through sport - beyond the life-skills approach
  30. Competitive swimming in the UK - exploring the practices of 'doing' swimming
  31. Exploring 'positive pain' in competitive swimming
  32. Identity, learning and leaving pre-elite sport - a youth athlete
  33. To be or not to be phenomenology?: that is the question
  34. Community Health Trainers in the UK - identity, identity work and boundary work
  35. Attracting and retaining boys in ballet and dance
  36. 'I just want to be left alone': novel sociological insights into demands on professional athletes.
  37. Weather and the senses in high altitude mountaineering - a sociological study
  38. Reflexivity in sociological phenomenology - research on competitive swimmers
  39. Mental toughness in high altitude mountaineers
  40. Identity and retired military veterans: identity struggles in the transition to civilian life
  41. Experiences of weather in running and triathlon
  42. Reflexivity in qualitative research
  43. Physical activity across the life course
  44. Endurance of mind and body in high-altitude mountaineering - Allen-Collinson, Crust, & Swann
  45. Dance teachers' perceptions of boys and girls in their dance classes
  46. Retired servicemen and experiences of their ageing bodies
  47. 'Weather work': learning how to engage with weather in a Welsh outdoor exercise programme
  48. Studying the moving body in interaction with other moving bodies
  49. Running together in distance running - chapter in edited collection
  50. Exercise referral schemes - exercise as medicine?
  51. Stuck in limbo: 'teaching-only' staff in UK universities
  52. Running a temperature: distance running, heat and ‘temperature work’
  53. Mental toughness and decision-making in elite, high-altitude mountaineers
  54. The experience of heat in sport and physical cultures
  55. Mental toughness and surviving the 2015 Mount Everest disaster
  56. French sports students' use of alcohol: gender and drinking
  57. Asthma identities, sport and the body
  58. The Occupational Role of the Lay Health Trainer in England: A Review of Practice
  59. Using arts-based research to explore dance and challenge the audit culture
  60. Risky bodies, risky spaces, maternal ‘instincts’: Swimming and motherhood
  61. Understanding people's experience of asthma in sport and exercise
  62. Women amateur golfers in England and sexism
  63. Response
  64. Digging in
  65. Using patient narratives to enhance care for those with asthma
  66. “It Gives Me My Freedom”: Technology and Responding to Bodily Limitations in Motor Neuron Disease
  67. Career aspirations of further education students
  68. Mothers' swimming with their pre-school children - changing body perceptions
  69. Women's distance running and boxing - sensing heat
  70. The sense of touch in experiences of Motor Neurone Disease
  71. The role of the senses in outdoor exercise
  72. Perceptions of mental toughness in regular exercisers & exercise leaders
  73. ‘What it takes’: perceptions of mental toughness and its development in an English Premier League Soccer Academy
  74. Seeing space and place: the distance runner's view
  75. Using Friendship as method / methodology in ethnographic research
  76. The Lived Experience of Diagnosis Delivery in Motor Neurone Disease: A Sociological-Phenomenological Study
  77. The role of the senses in experiences of asthma and sport
  78. I'm a Reddie and a Christian! Identity negotiations amongst first-year university students
  79. Phenomenological Approaches to Sport
  80. Autoethnography and personal narratives in sport and physical cultures
  81. The woman in the distance-running body - feminist phenomenology
  82. A new way to research the sporting body: autophenomenography and the use of bracketing
  83. Domestic violence and intimate partner abuse of a male victim
  84. Senses of touch in distance running and scuba diving
  85. Negative ‘marking’? University research administrators and the contestation of moral exclusion
  86. The sporting body, sports studies, sport sociology and phenomenology
  87. The senses and the body at work
  88. A Marked Man: Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Abuse
  89. University research administrators and their occupational knowledge and practices
  90. Dialogue, monologue, and boundary crossing within research encounters: A performative narrative analysis
  91. The Essence of Sporting Embodiment
  92. An ethnographic study of high altitude climbers making sense of dissonant experiences
  93. Book Reviews
  94. Running the Routes Together: Distance running and runners' knowledge
  95. Autoethnography as ‘Valid’ Methodology? A Study of Disrupted Identity Narratives
  96. ‘Working Out’ Identity: Distance Runners and the Management of Disrupted Identity
  97. ‘Get yourself some nice, neat, matching box files!’ Research administrators and occupational identity work
  98. Understanding how it feels to be a sporting body
  99. Just ‘non-academics’?
  100. Seeing the way: visual sociology and the distance runner's perspective
  101. Student experiences of undertaking practice-based PhDs in art and design
  102. Emotions, Interaction and the Injured Sporting Body
  103. Identity Change: Doctoral students in art and design
  104. Social science contract researchers in UK higher education - identity under challenge
  105. Running into Injury time: Distance running, sports injury and time
  106. Working at a Marginal ‘Career’: The Case of UK Social Science Contract Researchers
  107. The Supervision of Practice‐based Research Degrees in Art and Design
  108. Social Science Contract Researchers in Higher Education: Perceptions of Craft Knowledge
  109. Social Science Contract Researchers in Higher Education: Perceptions of Craft Knowledge
  110. Capturing Contracts: informal activity among contract researchers
  111. The Social Science Training‐model Doctorate: student choice?
  112. Bodies injured or in pain
  113. Bodies in sport