International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 58, 2023, No. 5

Research Articles

Open Access
Sportswashing: Media headline or analytic concept?
Michael Skey

Muscle moves mass: Deconstructing the culture of weight loss in American Olympic Weightlifting
Monica Nelson and Shannon Jette

Performative nationalism in Polish football stadiums and fans’ views and attitudes: Evidence from quantitative research
Mateusz Grodecki

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Linking sports-related and socio-economic resources of retiring Olympic athletes to their subsequent vocational career
Michael J. Schmid, Merlin Örencik, Jürg Schmid, and Achim Conzelmann

Integrity governance: A new reform agenda for sport?
Michael Sam, Cecilia Stenling, and Minhyeok Tak

Reflexivity of discomfort: Two women outsiders doing sport research in prison
Nagore Martinez-Merino, Nerian Martín-González, Oidui Usabiaga-Arruabarrena, and Daniel Martos-García

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Ticking the right boxes: A critical examination of the perceptions and attitudes towards the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) acronym in the UK
Keith D Parry, Beth G Clarkson, Emma J Kavanagh, Rebecca Sawiuk, and Laura Grubb

New Zealand’s princess of the pool: Post-ableism and the media narrativisation of Sophie Pascoe
Mark Falcous and Georgia Scott

New Zealand’s most successful Paralympian, para-swimmwe Dame Sophie Pascoe, after her investiture as DNZM, for services to swimming, at Christchurch Town Hall, on 8 November 2022. (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.)

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