International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 57, 2022, No. 2

Research Articles

Reconsidering edgework theory: Practices, experiences, and structures
Jeffrey L Kidder

Open Access
‘We’re all in this together’: Perspectives from within the Gulf Cooperation Council Women’s Games
Hussa K Al-Khalifa and Dwa Al-Khalifa

‘A woman has a problem of the type that she is a woman’: Feminisation in horse racing in Poland
Barbara Bossak-Herbst and Małgorzata Głowacka-Grajper

Paddling with Maxine Sheets-Johnstone: Exploring the moving body in sport
Lucen Liu

Open Access
The role of sport-based social networks in the management of long-term health conditions: Insights from the World Transplant Games
Gareth Wiltshire, Nicola J Clarke, Cassandra Phoenix, and Carl Bescoby

Open Access
‘I was really, really shocked’: A sociological exploration of the transition experiences of English Youth Academy male footballers from school to work
Nicola Hague and Graeme Law

Canadian hockey player Jocelyne Larocque, Métis, shown here with her gold and silver medals from the 2014 and 2018 Olympics, will be going for the gold this year at the Beijing games 2022. Larocque is one of three Indigenous women playing for the U.S. and Canada. Larocque and another First Nation player, Jamie Lee Rattray, also Métis, will face athlete Abby Roque, Ojibway from Wahnapitae First Nation, who is a member of the U.S. team. (Photo by Candice Ward, courtesy of Hockey Canada Images)

Open Access
Sport for Indigenous resurgence: Toward a critical settler-colonial reflection
Mariana Essa, Alexandra Arellano, Stephen Stuart, and Stephen Sheps

Open Access
Physical activity, sport and transnational migrant spaces in Shanghai, China: (Re)crafting contours of a metropolitan cityscape
Geoffery Zain Kohe, Daniel Nehring, and Mengwei Tu

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