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    Alternative forklaringer på sosioøkonomisk ulikhet i ungdomsidretten | Et sammendrag

    I den här featureartikeln sammanfattar Mads Skauge och Arve Hjelseth sitt kapitel i Idrett, kjønn og ledelse: Festskrift til Jorid Hovden (Anne Tjønndal, red.), i vilken de appliceraren en uppsättning teoretiska verktyg för att problematisera de tydliga skillnaderna i idrottsdeltagande. De diskuterar hur förtrolighet med idrottens konkurrenslogik och idrottsligt föräldraengagemang kan bidra till den socioekonomiska ojämlikheten i ungdomsidrott.

    Alternative Explanations for Socioeconomic Inequality in Youth Sports | A Summary

    In this feature article, Mads Skauge and Arve Hjelseth summarize their chapter in Idrett, kjønn og ledelse: Festskrift til Jorid Hovden [Sport, gender and leadership: Festschrift in honor of Jorid Hovden] (Anne Tjønndal, ed.) in which they apply a set of theoretical concepts to discuss how familiarity with sport’s competitive logic and sports parental involvement can contribute to the socioeconomic inequality in youth sports.

    Social sporting innovations from Hogwarts to Bruges

    With her new anthology, Social Innovation in Sport (Palgrave Macmillan), Anne Tjönndal aims at providing fresh insights on how social innovations are utilized as strategies to make sport more accessible and inclusive. Our reviewer Alan Bairner is doubtful however, seeing sport’s adaptability to change as more often than not driven by market logics, since sport, he claims, is inherently conservative, reactionary even, in its refusal to change its core values and renew its traditional hierarchies.

    Organisert idrett og skole som komplementære og konkurrerende arenaer: ulike mønstre for minoritets- og majoritetsungdom? Et sammendrag

    I den här featureartikeln sammanfattar Mads Skauge och Arvid Hjelseth sin senaste forskningsstudie publlcerad i Nordisk tidsskrift förungdomsforskning, i vilken de undersöker vad som ligger bakom att ungdomar lämnar den organiserade idrotten i de senare tonåren, med särskild uppmärksamhet på skolarbetets roll och på skillnader mellan minoritets- och majoritetsungdom.

    Organized Sport and School as Complementary and Competing Venues: Different Patterns for Minority and Majority Youth? | A Summary

    In this feature article, Mads Skauge and Arve Hjelseth summarize their recent article from Nordisk tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning (the Norwegian Journal of Youth Studies) in which they examine what lies behind young people leaving organized sports in their late teens, with special attention to the role of school homework and on differences between minority and majority youth.

    Kjønnet trening som uttrykk for kjønnet mening? Treningsorganisering og treningsmotiver blant ungdom i Norge 13-18 år 2010-2018 | Et sammendrag

    I den här featureartikeln sammanfattar Mads Skauge och Kolbjørn Rafoss sin senaste foskningsstudie publlcerad i Tidsskrift för kjønnsforskning, där de undersöker skillnader i pojkars och flickors motiv för träning och deltagande i idrottsföreningar, gym och egenorganiserad träning. Med utgångspunkt i Giddens’ reflexivitetskoncept och Bourdieus habitusbegrepp diskuteras hur skillnader i träningsmotiv kan förklaras som uttryck för könade identitetsprojekt och könshabitus.

    Gendered Exercise as an Expression of Gendered Meaning? Exercise Contexts and Motives Among Norwegian Youths 13–18 Years Old, 2010–2018 | A Summary

    In this feature article, Mads Skauge and Kolbjørn Rafoss summarize their recent article from Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning (the Norwegian Journal of Gender Studies) in which they report a major study that examines differences in boys’ and girls’ exercise motives and participation in sports clubs, fitness gyms and self-organized exercise, drawing on Giddens’ concept of reflexivity and Bourdieu’s notion of gendered habitus.

    Youth Sport 2.0? The Development of eSports in Norway from 2016 to 2019 | A Summary

    In this feature article, Anne Tjønndal and Mads Skauge summarize their recent article from Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health in which they argue that eSports is gaining considerable and increasing prominence in Norwegian sports, in spite of not being formally recognized by the national sports confederation. However, local sports clubs as well as high school sports programs are openly encouraging participation in eSports.

    Where do They all Come From? Youth, Fitness Gyms, Sport Clubs and Social Inequality | A Summary

    In this feature article, Mads Skauge and Ørnulf Seippel summarize their article from Sport in Society in which they study youth physical activity in organised sports as compared to fitness centers exercise. The trend is to move from the former to the latter, and not just in Norway where this study was carried out. The pertinent aspect of this move is whether it will impact the developmen of a lifelong interest in exercise and a healthy lifestyle.

    Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, Volume 13, 2021, Issue 1 | Contemporary digital qualitative research in sport, exercise and health

    Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health is a landmark publication – it is the first international journal solely dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of qualitative research in the sport, exercise, and health sciences. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: YOUTH SPORT 2.0? THE DEVELOPMENT OF ESPORTS IN NORWAY FROM 2016 TO 2019 by Anne Tjønndal & Mads Skauge.
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