Research Publications for Belinda Wheaton
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Thorpe, H., & Wheaton, B. (2016). Surfing an Olympic sport? Cultural politics towards Tokyo 2020. In Surfing Social Conference (Hui). Conference held at Solscape, Raglan, New Zealand.
Wheaton, B. (2016). Surfing through the life-course: silver surfers’ negotiation of ageing. Annals of Leisure Research, 13, 1-21. doi:10.1080/11745398.2016.1167610
Thorpe, H., & Wheaton, B. (2016). Surfing an Olympic sport? Cultural politics towards Tokyo 2020. In Surfing Social Hui. Conference held at Solscape, Whaingaroa Raglan, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Wheaton, B. (2016). Lifestyle sport. In B. Houlihan, & D. Malcolm (Eds.), Sport and Society: A student introduction (3rd ed., pp. 109-133). London: Sage.
Gilchrist, P., & Wheaton, B. (2016). Lifestyle and adventure sports amongst youth. In K. Green, & A. Smith (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Youth Sport (pp. 186-200). Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/
Wheaton, B. (2015). Assessing the sociology of sport: On action sport and the politics of identity. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(4-5), 634-639. doi:10.1177/1012690214539160
Wheaton, B. (2015). The challenge of public intellectualism: Engaging in and through action sports cultures. In SAANZ Waikato 2015. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Wheaton, B. (2015). Exploring the social benefits of informal and action sports: An untapped potential?. In Exploring the Social Benefits of Informal and Action Sports Seminar Series, Brighton, UK.
Wheaton, B. (2015). Performance parkour: Challenging the sportization of parkour in England. In World Congress for the Sociology of Sport. Paris, France.
Thorpe, H., & Wheaton, B. (2015). Understanding and responding to the trends of young people: Action sports in New Zealand communities. In Auckland, New Zealand.