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Pierre Bourdieu and Physical Culture
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Foreword (Michael Grenfell) Preface Part A: An Introduction to Pierre Bourdieu's Concepts 1. Pierre Bourdieu and his conceptual tools (lisahunter, Wayne Smith, elke emerald) Part B: Bourdieu in Practice: Using Theory to Understand Physical Cultures 2. 'I'll go back next week - it's complicated': Returning to dance with the help of Bourdieu (elke emerald, Karen Barbour) 3. Bourdieu, physical culture and universities (Wayne Smith) 4. 'Stop: No'. Exploring social suffering in practices of surfing as opportunities for change (lisahunter) 5. Bourdieu in the Changing Room (Toni O'Donovan, Rachel Sandford, David Kirk) 6. Putting habitus to work in research on how coaches learn through experience: Identifying a coaching habitus (Richard Light, John Evans) 7. Challenging the economy of gendered practices in PE using Bourdieu's embodied reflexive sociology (David Brown, David Aldous) 8. Skirting the issue: Women boxers, liminality and change (Elise Paradis) 9. Entering the field as a sports coordinator: negotiating the micropolitics of the profession (Erin Christensen, Anthony Rossi) 10. Bourdieu, young people and physical activity: Intersecting fields of social class and family (Symeon Dagkas, Thomas Quarmby) 11. The paradox of physical activity for Qatari women: Researcher hysteresis and reflexivity (Kelly Knez, lisahunter) 12. Understanding dis/ability in Physical Education through the lens of Bourdieu (Hayley Fitzgerald, Peter Hay) 13. Symbolic capital and the hetero norm as doxa in Physical Education (Karin Redelius, Birgitta Fagrell, Hakan Larsson) 14. Understanding snowboarding bodies with Bourdieu: Some reflections from the snow field (Holly Thorpe) 15. Bourdieu and Body (Qiang Gao) Part C: Issues and Tensions Using Bourdieu 16. Thinking with and outside Bourdieu (Katie Fitzpatrick) 17. Does my research look good in that? Problems, politics and processes when choosing social theory in research in physical culture (Doune Macdonald, Louise McCuaig) 18. Bourdieu comes off the bench: a reflexive analysis of the circulation of ideas within the sociology of sport field (Richard Pringle) 19. Continuing to work with, against and beyond Bourdieu (lisahunter, elke emerald, Wayne Smith)

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lisahunter researches and teaches in movement, subjectivities, epistemology, research methods (participatory activist research, visual, narrative, sensory, (auto)ethnography), pedagogy, sex/gender/sexualities, and fields of sport/leisure, health, and education Wayne Smith is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Wayne drew on Bourdieu's framework for his doctoral thesis and subsequent published articles elke emerald is a Senior Lecturer in The School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University, Australia. elke's current research investigates the impacts of research on the researcher

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