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aage-radmann


Befattning

  • FD, universitetslektor i idrottsvetenskap

Adress

  • Institutionen för idrottsvetenskap, Malmö högskola, 205 06 Malmö
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Forskningsinriktning

  • Fotbollskultur, Supporterkultur, Idrott och medier, Ungdomskultur, Våld, Genus, Maskuliniteter

Pågående projekt

  • Rivalries in European Football

Publikationer i urval

National:

  • 1994: ”EM-92. A Critical Study of Tabloid Press” i SVEBI:S (The Swedish Association for Psychological and Social Scientific Research in Sports) Yearbook:
  • 1996: ”The Swedish Model” in SVEBI:S Yearbook.
  • 1998: ”From Gentleman to Hooligan? Swedish Football Culture Then and Now.” Symposion Förlag (in collaboration with Torbjörn Andersson)
  • 1999: ”The Football Landscape – Football as a Social Phenomenon”, Licentiate thesis, Department of Sociology, Lund University
  • 2005: Media and Hooliganism, Swedish Journal of Sports Research 3, 2005
  • 2005: A Disciplinary Domain Developing, Swedish Journal of Sports Research 3, 2005
  • 2006: Olé – A Book About Teacher Training and Other Things. Co-editor and author
  • 2012: “The structure of sport Violence” – (Idrottsvåldets karaktär) for the Swedish National Inquiry in Sport and Violence, SOU 2012:23, p 235-304
  • 2012: Radmann, A. ’Att äga en (huligan-)berättelse. Mediers konstruktion av fotbollsvåld’ iScandinavian Sport Studies Forum 3 (2012), 97−120.
  • 2013: Radmann, A. Huliganlandskapet. Medier, våld och maskuliniteter. Doktorsavhandling. Holmbergs tryckeri.
  • 2013: Radmann, A. ”Det svenska Firmalandskapet”, i SOU 2013:19, Mera glädje för pengarna.

International:

  • 1998: ”Fans in Scandinavia” in Fanatics! Power, Identity & Fandom in Football. Adam Brown (ed.), Routledge, London/New York. (together with Torbjörn Andersson)
  • 1999: ”Everything in Moderation. The Swedish Model”, in Football Cultures and Identities. Gary Armstrong & Richard Giulianotti (eds.) Macmillan Press, London. (in collaboration with Torbjörn Andersson)
  • 2012:  “The New Media and Hooliganism”, in We love to hate each other. Mediated Football Fan culture, Krövel & Roksvold (eds.), Nordicom, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • 2013: Radmann, A. ’Hooligans: nice guys or the last alpha males? A study of football supporters´self image’. Soccer & Society.
  • 2014: Radmann, A.’Hit and tell – Swedish Hooligan narratives’, Accepted with minor revisions Sport in Society.

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Uppdaterad 2017-04-06

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