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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.
Den 21–22 november 2019 samlades forskare från hela Sverige på Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan, GIH, i Stockholm för den årliga SVEBI-konferensen. Efter två dagar fyllda av intressanta presentationer, händer röda av entusiastiskt applåderande och sinnen överfulla av spännande tankar och idéer, har forumets utsända levererat en sammanfattande redogörelse av konferensdagarna.
In recent years, questions about the keeping and welfare of horses have been debated in social media. Voices of researchers, elite and leisure riders are heard, and different ideas about horse-keeping meet, clash and are discussed. The purpose of this study is to analyze stable cultures in cyberspace in Sweden and Norway. Horse riders’ communication in social media in relation to horse-keeping will be focused.