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Foucault, sport and exercise: Power, knowledge and transforming the self
P Markula-Denison, R Pringle
Routledge, 2007
10492007
Foucault, sport and exercise: Power, knowledge and transforming the self
P Markula-Denison, R Pringle
Routledge, 2007
10452007
Foucault, sport and exercise: Power, knowledge and transforming the self
P Markula-Denison, R Pringle
Routledge, 2007
10442007
Masculinities, sport, and power: A critical comparison of Gramscian and Foucauldian inspired theoretical tools
R Pringle
Journal of sport and social issues 29 (3), 256-278, 2005
3292005
No pain is sane after all: A Foucauldian analysis of masculinities and men’s rugby experiences of fear, pain, and pleasure
R Pringle, P Markula
Sociology of sport journal 22 (4), 472-497, 2005
2422005
Negotiating masculinities via the moral problematization of sport
RG Pringle, C Hickey
Sociology of sport journal 27 (2), 115-138, 2010
1242010
Finding pleasure in physical education: A critical examination of the educative value of positive movement affects
R Pringle
Quest 62 (2), 119-134, 2010
1142010
Competing discourses: Narratives of a fragmented self, manliness and rugby union
R Pringle
International review for the Sociology of Sport 36 (4), 425-439, 2001
982001
Defamiliarizing heavy-contact sports: A critical examination of rugby, discipline, and pleasure
R Pringle
Sociology of sport journal 26 (2), 211-234, 2009
942009
‘No rugby—no fear’: collective stories, masculinities and transformative possibilities in schools
R Pringle
Sport, Education and Society 13 (2), 215-237, 2008
922008
Incidence of sporting injury in New Zealand youths aged 6-15 years.
RG Pringle, P McNair, S Stanley
British journal of sports medicine 32 (1), 49-52, 1998
611998
The politics of pleasure: An ethnographic examination exploring the dominance of the multi-activity sport-based physical education model
G Gerdin, R Pringle
Sport, Education and Society 22 (2), 194-213, 2017
542017
Competing obesity discourses and critical challenges for health and physical educators
R Pringle, D Pringle
Sport, Education and Society 17 (2), 143-161, 2012
502012
Sport and the social significance of pleasure
R Pringle, RE Rinehart, J Caudwell
Sport and the social significance of pleasure, 2015
402015
Gaining a foothold in football: A genealogical analysis of the emergence of the female footballer in New Zealand
B Cox, R Pringle
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 47 (2), 217-234, 2012
362012
Examining the justifications for government investment in high performance sport: A critical review essay
R Pringle
Annals of leisure research 4 (1), 58-75, 2001
332001
Sport, physical culture, and the moving body: Materialisms, technologies, ecologies
ML Adams, K Baxter, D Booth, KS Bunds, MD Giardina, M Clark, ...
Rutgers University Press, 2020
322020
A social-history of the articulations between rugby union and masculinities within Aotearoa/New Zealand
R Pringle
New Zealand Sociology 19 (1), 102-128, 2004
312004
Doing the damage? An examination of masculinities and men's rugby experiences of pain, fear and pleasure
R Pringle
The University of Waikato, 2003
302003
Masculinities, gender relations and leisure studies: Are we there yet?
R Pringle, T Kay, JM Jenkins
Annals of leisure research 14 (2-3), 107-119, 2011
252011
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