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Yet another benefit of sport and physical activity, negating the traditional understanding of “le sport pour le sport”, is the effects of combining it with charity. This is the subject of a monograph by Catherine Palmer, Fitness Philanthropy: Sport, Charity and Everyday Giving (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), which Aurélien Daudi has read on our behalf. His review problematizes the concept of fitness philanthropy while acknowledging its healing potential and other positive aspects.
International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure, Vol. 4, 2021, Issue 1 | Alcohol and Leisure, Sport and Tourism
This journal publishes high-quality papers on the sociology of leisure that have a global interest, promote the development of this mature field within international sociology, and go beyond the traditional geographical areas of leisure studies. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: DRINKING STORIES AMONG CLIMBERS AND OLDER ATHLETES IN FRANCE AND AUSTRALIA by Catherine Palmer, Yannick Hénaff, Bonnet Christophe, François Feliu.
Leisure Sciences presents scientific inquiries into the study of leisure, recreation, parks, travel, and tourism from a social science perspective. Articles cover the social and psychological aspects of leisure, and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: GOOD RUNNING?: THE RISE OF FITNESS PHILANTHROPY AND SPORTS-BASED CHARITY EVENTS by Catherine Palmer & Zack Dwyer.
Sport and alcohol go way back in sport history, hand in hand. Drink manufacturers sponsor sport, sports people drink and endorse various alcoholic beverages. Is it a sort of symbiosis? Anyway, it’s been the subject of a number of academic studies, the latest being a collected volume by Sarah Gee, Sport, Alcohol and Social Inquiry: A Global Cocktail (Emerald), which is reviewed here by Alan Bairner – and “there could have been few better choices”.
Sport, Education and Society encourages contributions from social scientists and educationalists studying the relationships between pedagogy, ‘the body’ and society as well as from all professionals with theoretical and empirical interests relating to policy, curriculum, social inclusion, equity and identity, and progressive educational development in physical activity, health and sport.
Not a final statement but a starting point: timely and extremely useful handbook for qualitative sport studies
Just in time for the publication of Mark Brooke’s review of the Routledge Handbook of Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, edited by Brett Smith & Andrew C. Sparkes, Routledge chose to release the paperback edition, thereby decreasing the RRP from £190 to £40 – which is good, given that the book, according to our reviewer, is a valuable tool for social and cultural science scholars in the field of sport and exercise.
The purpose of the Sociology of Sport Journal is to stimulate and communicate research, critical thought, and theory development on issues pertaining to the sociology of sport. The journal publishes peer-reviewed empirical, theoretical, and position papers; book reviews; and critical essays.
I antologin Women in Action Sport Cultures: Identity, Politics and Experience diskuterar redaktörerna Holly Thorpe och Rebecca Olive tillsammans med ytterligare 27 bidragsgivare de utmaningar kvinnor står inför i samtidens idrottskulturer. Sveriges ledande actionsportkulturforskare Åsa Bäckström, som ogillar ”action” men gillar ”kultur”, är vår recensent.
Bo Carlsson Idrottsvetenskap, Malmö högskola Thomas Hinch & James Higham Sport Tourism Development 254 sid, hft. Clevedon, UK: Channel View Publications 2004Brent W. Ritchie & Daryl Adair (ed) Sport Tourism: Interrelationships, Impacts and Issues 302 sid, hft. Clevedon, UK: Channel View Publications 2004 Mike Weed & Chris Bull Sports Tourism: Participants, Policy and Providers 241 sid, inb. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann 2003 Tidigare har jag läst och recenserat två böcker om idrottsturism: Sport Tourism och Sport and...