Forskarprofil | Aage Radmann, Norges idrettshøgskole


Befattning

  • FD, Seksjonsleder, Seksjonen for Kroppsøving, Friluftsliv og pedagogikk

Adress

  • Norges Idrettshøyskole, Pb 4014 Ullevål Stadion, 0806 Oslo, Norge.
  • Besøksadresse: Sognsveien 220 e
  • E-mail

Forskningsinriktning

  • Fotbollskultur, Supporterkultur, Idrott och medier, Ungdomskultur, Våld, Genus, Maskuliniteter, Sport-/Naturturisme

Pågående projekt

  • Sport- og naturturisme
  • Kvinnor och supporterskap (finansierat av Centrum för Idrottsforskning)
  • Stallbackskulturer i cyberrymden (finansierat av Norges Forskningsråd och Stiftelsen svensk Hästforskning)

Publikationer i urval

Nationella

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.
2015: Radmann, A. Vad är huliganism? Arx förlag, Malmö.
2016: Radmann, A. ”Idrott och media” i Idrottsvetenskap. En introduktion. Hedenborg, S. (red.), Studentlitteratur, Lund.
2016: Radmann, A. ”Våldslandskapet i den svenska supporterkulturen” i Våld som relation och organisation, Edling, C & Rostami, A. (eds.), Studentlitteratur, Lund.

 

Internationella

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.
2015: Radmann, A. ”Hit and tell – Swedish Hooligan narratives”, Sport in Society. Volume 18, Issue 2, February 2015, pages 202-218
2015: Radmann, A. & Hedenborg, S.”The importance of being welcoming and open-minded”, 
in Global Scholar Global Spirit, Hoffmann, A., Gems, G & Hedenborg, S (eds.) Total Health Publication, Oslo.
2015: Radmann, A., Hedenborg, S. & Tsolakidis, E. Sustainable Sport – ECSS Malmö 2015. Book of abstracts, Cologne, Germany. ISBN 978-91.7104-567-6.
2018: Radmann, A. & Hedenborg, S. “The development of alpine ski tourism in Sweden from a gender perspective: A tentative analysis of the movies Snow roller and Force Majeure, in 
Skitracks, Wien.
2018: Hedenborg, S. & Radmann, A. ”Searching for the Perfect Ride. A tentative Study of 
Horse Tourism on Internet”. Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum (submitted).
2018: Radmann, A. & Andersson, T. “Political Origins of Football in Sweden”, in Palgrave International Handbook of Football and Politics, Palgrave (accepted).
2018: Radmann, A. & Hedenborg, S. “Supporter Culture – for whom? How women 
perceive Swedish football culture”, in Digital Football Cultures: Fandom, Identities and Resistance, Routledge (accepted).

På idrottsforum.org

Idrottsforum breddar ansatsen, satsar på referentgranskade vetenskapliga artiklar. Intervju med redaktör Kjell Eriksson (feature 080606)
Blekaste aning Per Planhammar Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand 2008 (recension 090520)
Football Hooliganism in Europe: Security and Civil Liberties in the Balance Anastassia Tsoukala Basingstoke, Hamps.: Palgrave Macmillan 2009(recension 110216)
Women’s Sport in Africa – a Resource for Hope? (feature, med Susanna Hedenborg, 110330)
”Evig eies kun det tapte”: Norge, Oslo, Utøya 22/7 2011 (feature 110831)
Källa: internet: Att bedöma information utifrån källkritiska principer Torsten Thurén & George Strachal Malmö: Gleerups 2011 (recension 130816)
Våldsamma teorier: Därför slåss killar i klubbarnas namn Patrik  Asplund & Jonas Hållén Stockholm: Hjalmarsson & Högberg 2013 (recension 140416)
Fodboldhæren: Englands hooligankultur set og fortalt indefra Peter Grønlund Danmark: Herreværelset 2013 (recension 140416)
Legal Responses to Football “Hooliganism” in Europe Anastassia Tsoukala, Geoff Pearson & Peter T.M. Coenen (red) Haag: TMC Asser Press 2016 (recension 170406)
The Feminization of Sports Fandom: A Sociological Study Stacey Pope Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2017 (recension 171221)
Women Sport Fans: Identification, Participation, RepresentationKim Toffoletti Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2017 (recension 180920)
Marketing the Perfect Ride: A Study of the Marketing of Horse Tourism on the Internet (article, with Susanna Hedenborg, published in Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum Vol 10, 2019)
Sport Tourism and Sustainable Destinations Brent D. Moyle, Tom D. Hinch & James E. S. Higham (eds.) Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2018 (recension 190905)

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