Current affiliation: University of LincolnSubject: SociologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2011-03-01
This article considers a novel approach to researching sporting embodiment via what has been termed ‘autophenomenography’. Whilst having some simil...
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2014-02-10
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2014-03-26
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2016-02-06
Despite high general participation rates in golf in England and a raft of initiatives to encourage more women and younger players into golf, fewer ...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2016-03-01
The research is the second installment of our work which examines the experiences of young families when taking part in aquatic activity, including...
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2016-02-29
This article explores the lived experience of asthma amongst sport and exercise participants. We draw on an approach that is currently under-utili...
Published in:Leisure StudiesPublication date:2014-09-24
To date, little attention has been paid to how women experience swimming and aquatic leisure activity, the second most popular form of leisure acti...
Published in:Medical AnthropologyPublication date:2015-06-17
People living with motor neuron disease (MND) experience profound and rapidly progressing impairment. In order to maintain their physical and socia...
Published in:Leisure StudiesPublication date:2014-06-06
This article contributes to a developing body of work on the senses and the sensory dimension, by examing the lived experience of organised physic...
Published in:Body & SocietyPublication date:2014-07-21
Senses of Heat in Women’s Running and Boxing
In recent years, calls have been made to address the relative dearth of qualitative sociological investigation into the sensory dimensions of embod...
Published in:Journal of Contemporary EthnographyPublication date:2013-10-30
Sensory Phenomenological Envisionings of Running Space and Place
The precise ways in which we go about the mundane, repetitive, social actions of everyday life are central concerns of ethnographers and theorists ...
Published in:Sport Education and SocietyPublication date:2015-01-02
This article reports on an ethnographic study of the career aspirations of 34 students at a Further Education (tertiary education) college, who wer...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2012-11-05
The sociology of the senses is a relatively recent sociological addition and provides an interesting new dimension to studies of sport and the spo...
Published in:Sociology of Health & IllnessPublication date:2014-07-01
Currently, there is a relative lack of phenomenological research into the lived experience of motor neurone disease. Based on a sociological resear...
Published in:Journal of Contemporary EthnographyPublication date:2013-07-22
Friendship as Method(ology) in Ethnographic Research Encounters
Published in:Sociological Research OnlinePublication date:2013-05-01
Published in:Studies in Higher EducationPublication date:2012-06-01
Published in:Research in the Sociology of SportPublication date:2012-01-01
To introduce autoethnography as an innovative research approach within sport and physical culture, and consider its key tenets, s...
Published in:Sport Ethics and PhilosophyPublication date:2011-08-01
Modern phenomenology has been taken up and utilised in a myriad of ways within different disciplines, but until recently has remained relatively un...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2010-08-13
Calls have been made to analyse more fully and deeply the sensory dimension of the lived sporting body, including via phenomenological perspectives...
Published in:Symbolic InteractionPublication date:2011-02-01
Domestic violence and intimate partner abuse and violence have been
studied from a range of different perspectives. In this article, a sociologica...
Published in:The Sociological ReviewPublication date:2009-05-01
The sociology of the body and the sociology of work and occupations have both neglected to some extent the study of the ‘working body’ in paid empl...
Published in:International Journal of Men s HealthPublication date:2009-04-01
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport and ExercisePublication date:2009-11-01
Phenomenology has until recently been very under-used in sports studies. This article considers some of the advantages and insights that can be ga...
Published in:Higher Education QuarterlyPublication date:2009-04-01
With the exception of lecturing staff, research on occupational groups and cultures within the UK higher education system is relatively sparse. Thi...
Published in:Studies in Higher EducationPublication date:2009-12-01
Published in:Journal of Contemporary EthnographyPublication date:2008-02-01
Corunning and Knowledge in Action
The mundane, everday practices of social life have often remained under-analysed, unproblematized, even taken for granted by some social theorists,...
Published in:Studies in Higher EducationPublication date:2007-06-01
Published in:Visual StudiesPublication date:2006-04-01
Published in:Arts and Humanities in Higher EducationPublication date:2005-02-01
Published in:International Journal of Qualitative Studies in EducationPublication date:2005-11-01
Published in:The Sociological ReviewPublication date:2003-08-01
Published in:Journal of Art & Design EducationPublication date:2000-10-01
Literature on the supervision of practice-based research degrees in art and design is at present relatively underdeveloped, particularly in relatio...
Published in:Work Employment and SocietyPublication date:2000-03-01
This article explores the occupational experiences of contract researchers, working in UK universities, where there has been a trend towards the us...
Published in:British Journal of Sociology of EducationPublication date:1998-12-01
Published in:CHEST JournalPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Sport in SocietyPublication date:2008-08-11
Published in:Leisure StudiesPublication date:2007-10-01
Published in:CHEST JournalPublication date:2015-07-01
In this paper, we look at the role of patients' own narratives in helping to shape the medical care they receive from General Practitioners, Respir...
Published in:International Journal of Sport and Exercise PsychologyPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:SociologyPublication date:2004-04-01
Social Science Contract Researchers in Higher Education
Published in:Journal of Further and Higher EducationPublication date:1997-10-01
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2016-07-09
The purpose of this article is to examine the different ways in which sportspeople experience asthma, a condition that affects 5.4 million people i...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2007-06-01
The last two decades have witnessed a vast expansion in research and writing on the sociology of the body and on issues of embodiment. Indeed, bot...
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2016-06-01
This article considers the use of arts-based representations such as poetry, narratives and drawing to explore experiences of dance. Like poetry, v...
Published in:Sex RolesPublication date:2016-07-12
Although research has examined alcohol consumption and sport in a variety of contexts, there is a paucity of research on gender and gender dynamics...
Published in:The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Annual ReviewPublication date:2008-01-01
Published in:The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Annual ReviewPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Psychology of Sport and ExercisePublication date:2016-11-01
The 2015 Nepal earthquake and subsequent avalanche at Mount Everest Base Camp is the deadliest mountaineering disaster to date. This study is novel...
Published in:Sociology of Sport JournalPublication date:2003-12-01
Published in:The Sport PsychologistPublication date:2008-09-01
Published in:Universal Journal of Public HealthPublication date:2016-07-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2012-03-19
Published in:Journal of Sport and Exercise PsychologyPublication date:2016-12-01
Mental toughness (MT) is a key psychological variable related to achievement in performance and perseverance in challenging circumstances. We soug...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2005-06-01
Published in:Human RelationsPublication date:2017-06-12
This article contributes new theoretical perspectives and empirical findings to the conceptualization of occupational liminality. Here, we posit ‘o...
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2017-07-15
Published in:Advances in Interaction StudiesPublication date:2017-07-27
Intercorporeality, interkinesthesia, and enaction in sports
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2017-07-31
Over the past 25 years, UK government policy has sought to promote and increase exercise and physical activity levels in the population. In recent ...
Published in:Work Employment and SocietyPublication date:2006-06-01
Research administrators and contested occupational identity
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2017-09-15
Published in:Research in Dance EducationPublication date:2017-10-24
Published in:SociologyPublication date:2017-12-12
The 2015 Nepal earthquake and avalanche on Mount Everest generated one of the deadliest mountaineering disasters in modern times, bringing to media...
Published in:Moving Bodies in Interaction – Interacting Bodies in MotionPublication date:2017-07-27
The case of distance running together
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2018-01-01
Published in:Journal of Contemporary EthnographyPublication date:2016-12-01
Drawing on sociological and anthropological theorizations of the senses and “sensory work”, the purpose of this article is to investigate the under...
Published in:International Review for the Sociology of SportPublication date:2018-03-15
Weather experiences are currently surprisingly under-explored and under-theorised in sociology and sport sociology, despite the importance of weath...
Published in:The Palgrave Handbook of Ageing and Physical Activity PromotionPublication date:2018-01-01
Published in:Sociological Research OnlinePublication date:2018-07-06
Published in:Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and HealthPublication date:2018-08-09