The Sociology of Sport and Physical Education: An Introductory Reader

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Further reading

Bernstein, B. (1996) Pedagogy, Symbolic Control and Identity, Theory, Research, Critique. London: Taylor and Francis.
Oliver, K.L. and Lalik, R. (2000) Bodily Knowledge, Learning about Equity and Justice with Adolescent Girls. New York: Peter Lang.
Jones, R.L. and Armour, K.M. (2000) Sociology of Sport, Theory and Practice. London: Longman.

References


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Ball, S. (1994) Intellectuals or technicians? The urgent role of theory in educational studies. Annual Address to the Standing Conference for Studies of Education, RSA, 4 November 1994.
Best, S. and Kellner, D. (1991) Postmodern Theory—Critical Interrogations. London: Macmillan.
Benn, T. (1996) Muslim women and physical education in initial teacher education. Sport, Education and Society, 1, 1, 5-23.
Bernstein, B. (1996) Pedagogy, Symbolic Control and Identity: Theory, Research and Critique. London: Taylor and Francis.
Bernstein, B. (1999) Vertical and horizontal discourse: an essay. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20, 2, 157-175.
Brown, D. (1999) Complicity and reproduction in teaching physical education. Sport, Education and Society, 4, 2, 143-161.

c
Carreiro Da Costa and Pieron, M. (1997) Teaching the curriculum: policy and practice in Portugal and Belgium. The Curriculum Journal, 8, 2, 231-249.
Clarke, G. (1998) Queering the pitch and coming out to play: lesbians in physical education and sport. Sport, Education and Society, 3, 2, 145-161.
Constas, M.A. (1996) The changing nature of educational research and a critique of postmodernism. Educational Researcher, 27, 2, 26-33.

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Evans, J. (1986) Physical Education, Sport and Schooling: Studies in the Sociology of Physical Education. London: The Falmer Press.
Evans, J. (1993) Equality, Education and Physical Education. Lewes: Falmer Press.
Evans, J. and Davies, B. (1986) ‘ Sociology, Schooling and Physical Education ’, in Evans, J. (Ed.) Physical Education, Sport and Schooling: Studies in the Sociology of Physical Education, 11-41. London: The Falmer Press.
Evans, J., Davies, B. and Penney, D. (1994) Whatever happened to the subject and the state in policy research in education. Discourse: the Australian Journal of Educational Studies, 14, 2, 57-65.
Evans, J., Penney, D. and Davies, B. (1996) ‘ Back to the future: education policy and physical education ’, in Armstrong, N. (Ed.) New Directions in Physical Education, 1-19. London: Cassell.

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Featherstone, M. (1982) The body in consumer culture. Theory, Culture and Society, 1, 2, 18-33.

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