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Steph Doehler is an academic within the School of Education, Childhood, Youth, and Sport at the Open University. Steph has undertaken the role of guest reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals, including International Journal of Sport Communication, and Sport in Society. Steph’s subject specialism is in the sociology of sport, focusing principally on athlete activism and the sports communication field.

Feature article

Taking the star-spangled knee: the media framing of Colin Kaepernick | A summary (published 211217)

Book reviews

The Power of Sports: Media and Spectacle in American Culture Michael Serazio New York, NY: New York University Press 2019 (published 210907)
Duelism: Confronting Sport Through Its Doubles Brittany Reid & Taylor McKee (ed.) Champaign, IL: Common Ground 2021 (published 220311)
The Circus is in Town: Sport, Celebrity, and Spectacle Lisa Doris Alexander & Joel Nathan Rosen (ed.) Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi 2021 (published 221020)
Athlete Activism: Contemporary Perspectives Rory Magrath (ed.) Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2022 (published 230119)