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Roslyn Kerr
Roslyn Kerr
Professor in Sociology of Sport, Lincoln University, New Zealand
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From Foucault to Latour: Gymnastics training as a socio-technical network
R Kerr
Sociology of sport journal 31 (1), 85-101, 2014
412014
Sport and technology: An actor-network theory perspective
R Kerr
Manchester University Press, 2016
392016
Producing success: A critical analysis of athlete development governance in six countries
N Barker-Ruchti, A Schubring, O Aarresola, R Kerr, K Grahn, J McMahon
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 10 (2), 215-234, 2018
342018
The impact of Nadia Comaneci on the sport of women's artistic gymnastics
R Kerr
Sporting Traditions 23 (1), 87-102, 2006
332006
“Gymnasts are like wine, they get better with age”: becoming and developing adult women’s artistic gymnasts
N Barker-Ruchti, R Kerr, A Schubring, G Cervin, M Nunomura
Quest 69 (3), 348-365, 2017
302017
Hard work or child's play? Migrant coaches’ reflections on coaching gymnastics in New Zealand
R Kerr, K Moore
World Leisure Journal 57 (3), 185-195, 2015
262015
Integrating scientists into the sports environment: A case study of gymnastics in New Zealand
R Kerr
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 36 (1), 3-24, 2012
252012
Coming of age: coaches transforming the pixie-style model of coaching in women’s artistic gymnastics
R Kerr, N Barker-Ruchti, A Schubring, G Cervin, M Nunomura
Sports Coaching Review 8 (1), 7-24, 2019
232019
Reassembling sex: reconsidering sex segregation policies in sport
R Kerr, C Obel
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 10 (2), 305-320, 2018
232018
The Disappearance of the Perfect 10: Evaluating Rule Changes in Women's Artistic Gymnastics
R Kerr, C Obel
The International Journal of the History of Sport 32 (2), 318-331, 2015
212015
Women’s artistic gymnastics in Australia and New Zealand: A Foucauldian examination of the relationship between sport governance and consumption
R Kerr, N Barker-Ruchti
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 39 (5), 396-411, 2015
192015
Coming of age: Towards best practice in women's artistic gymnastics
R Kerr, N Barker-Ruchti, A Schubring, G Cervin, M Nunomura
Lincoln University, 2015
182015
Promoting athlete welfare: A proposal for an international surveillance system
R Kerr, G Kerr
Sport Management Review 23 (1), 95-103, 2020
152020
An Ironic Imbalance: Coaching Opportunities and Gender in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics in Australia and New Zealand
R Kerr, G Cervin
The International Journal of the History of Sport 33 (17), 2139-2152, 2016
152016
Assembling high performance: an actor network theory account of gymnnastics in New Zealand.
RF Kerr
University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2010
142010
The migration of gymnastics coaches from the Former Soviet Union to New Zealand: an actor–network theory perspective
R Kerr, C Obel
Leisure Studies 37 (5), 615-627, 2018
112018
Moving Beyond “Insider or Outsider”: The Ethnographic Challenges of Researching Elite Sport Facilities in New Zealand
R Kerr, D Sturm
Qualitative Inquiry 25 (9-10), 1137-1147, 2019
102019
The evolution of women's artistic gymnastics since 1952
R Kerr
Faculty of Education, University of Sydney, 2004
102004
The role of science in the practice of talent identification: a case study from gymnastics in New Zealand
R Kerr
Sport in Society 22 (9), 1589-1603, 2019
92019
Growing up and speaking out: female gymnasts' rights in an ageing sport
G Cervin, R Kerr, N Barker-Ruchti, A Schubring, M Nunomura
Annals of Leisure Research 20 (3), 317-330, 2017
92017
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