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    Social Media Influencers in Equestrian Sport | A Summary

    In this feature article, Aage Radmann, Susanna Hedenborg and Lovisa Broms summarize their recent article in Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, in which they present a study of six social media influencers on stable cultures in Sweden and Norway. Goffman’s interaction ritual theory (1967) and previous research on social media form the basis for a discussion of knowledge exchange, co-creation of authenticity and intimacy, and sponsorship and advertising.

    Stable cultures in cyberspace: A study about equestrians’ use of social media as knowledge platforms | A summary

    In this feature article, Lovisa Broms, Marte Bentzen, Aage Radmann & Susanna Hedenborg summarize their recent article in Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum in which they chart and analyze how equestrians use social media, how they communicate horse-related content on social media, and how social media can be seen as a source for knowledge exchange, focusing on how equestrians use social media to acquire information about horses.

    Stable Cultures in Cyberspace: A study about equestrians’ use of social media as knowledge platforms

    In this peer reviewed article, Lovisa Broms, Marte Bentzen, Aage Radmann and Susanna Hedenborg chart and analyze how equestrians use social media, how they communicate horse-related content on social media, and how social media can be seen as a source for knowledge exchange, focusing on how equestrians use social media to acquire information about horses, and how this usage can be explained in connection to age and experience.

    Super equestrians: the construction of identity/ies and impression management among young equestrians in upper secondary school settings on social media | A Summary

    In this feature article, Lovisa Broms, Susanna Hedenborg & Aage Radmann summarize their recent article from Sport, Education and Society in which they present a study of how young equestrians utilize social media platforms in order to perceive, construct, negotiate, and manage identities. The results indicate that young riders have identified an online stable culture where high performance equestrianism is the norm.

    Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum, Volume 10, 2019

    SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport study journal, welcomes articles that deal with sport and social change and social stability in a wide sense, articles about the profound and comprehensive processes affecting sports such as professionalization, globalization, commercialization, urbanization, technologization, medicalization and juridification.

    The future of football? Thought-provoking anthology about football fandom in the age of digitalization

    In a new anthology from Routledge, Digital Football Cultures: Fandom, Identities and Resistance edited by Stefan Lawrence & Garry Crawford, a number of football scholars look at the digitalized future of the beautiful game. Our reviewer is Lise Joern, and she found interesting and critical insights to appreciate. She concludes, however, that technological development notwithstanding, much remains the same and is merely old wine in new bottles.

    An important book about the ambivalent concept of sustainable sports tourism

    Venice, Barcelona, Amsterdam – popular places badly hit by the tourism plague. This problem, in the sporting context, is addressed in a new compilation by Brent Moyle, Tom Hinch & James Higham, Sport Tourism and Sustainable Destinations (Routledge), where focus is on destination management and sustainability. Aage Radmann is our reviewer, and he recognizes the book as an important contribution to the field.

    Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum Volume 3, 2012

    SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport study journal, welcomes articles that deal with sport and social change and social stability in a wide sense, articles about the profound and comprehensive processes affecting sports such as professionalization, globalization, commercialization, urbanization, technologization, medicalization and juridification.

    Marketing the Perfect Ride: A Study of the Marketing of Horse Tourism on the Internet

    This article by Aage Radmann and Susanna Hedenborg shows that the marketing och horse tourism builds on story-telling related to trust; (implied) common experiences of organizer and tourist in relation to horses and horsemanship; and natural and cultural landscapes. In contrast to the representation of women in other sport contexts, women in horse tourism are portrayed as active participants in a challenging athletic activity.

    The cultural conditions and social contexts of female sports fandom unveiled

    Since the 2012 publication of Sport and its Female Fans, which she co-edited with Peter Mewett, Kim Toffoletti has spearheaded research in the field of female sports fandom. Her new book, Women Sport Fans: Identification, Participation, Representation (Routledge) continues those efforts, and successfully, according to our reviewer, Aage Radmann, who is duly impressed.
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