19. Sport and Leisure

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)


a) Men, sport and leisure

Note: Messner and Sabo's Sex, Violence and Power in Sports, their Sport, Men and the Gender Order, McKay et al.'s Masculinities, Gender Relations, and Sport, and Messner's Taking the Field are in many ways the best places to start in the literature in this area.

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Abdel-Shehid, G. (2005). Who Da Man? Black Masculinities and Sporting Cultures. Toronto: CSPI.

Adair, Daryl et.al. (1998). Playing Fields Through to Battle Fields: The Development of Australian Sporting Manhood in its Imperial Context, circa 1850-1918. Journal of Australian Studies, No. 56

Adams, Mary Louise. (1993). To Be an Ordinary Hero: Male Figure Skaters and the Ideology of Gender. In Haddad, Tony. (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Adams, Mary Louise. (2005). ‘Death to the Prancing Prince’: Effeminacy, Sport Discourses and the Salvation of Men’s Dancing. Body & Society, 11(4): 63-86.

Anderson, Eric. (2002). Openly gay athletes: Contesting hegemonic masculinity in a homophobic environment. Gender & Society 16(6), December, pp. 860-877.

Anderson, Eric. (2005). In The Game: Gay athletes and the cult of masculinity. Albany, NY: State University of New York.

Anderson, Kristin L. (1999). Snowboarding: The construction of gender in an emerging sport. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Vol. 23, Iss. 1, February.

Archetti, Eduardo. (1996). Playing Styles and Masculine Virtues in Argentine Football. In Machos, Mistresses, Madonnas: Contesting the Power of Latin American Gender Imagery. Marit Melhuus & Kristi Anne Stolen. (eds.). London: Verso. 34-55.

Bairner, Alan. (1999). Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland: Between Hooliganism and Terrorism. Men and Masculinities, 1(3), January.

Bassett, Graeme. (1998). Sport, triumph displays and masculinity. Metro (Melbourne, Vic), no.116: 36-41.

Benedict, Jeffrey R. (1998). Athletes and Acquaintance Rape. Sage.

Benedict, Jeffrey R. Public Heroes, Private Felons: Athletes and Crimes Against Women. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Boyd, K. (2006). May the best man win: Sport, masculinity, and nationalism in Great Britain and the empire, 1880-1935. Journal of British Studies, 45(1): 210-212.

Boyd, K. (2006). May the best man win: Sport, masculinity, and nationalism in Great Britain and the empire, 1880-1935. Journal of British Studies, 45(1): 210-212.

Boyle, Raymond. (1994). Game, Set and Macho: Masculinity and Irish Sport. Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

Bramham, Peter. (2003). Boys, Masculinities and PE. Sport, Education and Society, Volume 8 Number 1, January, pp. 57-71.

Brook, H. (1997). Big Boofy Blokes in Frocks: Feminism, Football and Sexuality. Social Alternatives, 16(1), January, pp. 5-9

Brown, David and Hoggs, Russell. (1997). Violence, Masculinity and Sport: Governance and the Swinging Arm. UTS Review, 3(1), May.

Brown, David. (1999). Complicity and Reproduction in Teaching Physical Education. Sport, Education & Society, 4(2), pp.143-160.

Brown, David. (1999). Men, Bodybuilders and the Social Meaning of Muscle. In Silvennoinen, M. and A. Sparkes. (eds.). Men’s Bodies. University of Jyvaskyla: SoPhi.

Bryson, L. (1987). Sport and the Maintenance of Masculine Hegemony. Women’s Studies International Forum, 10(4).

Burgess, Ian, Allan Edwards, and James Skinner. (2003). Football Culture in an Australian School Setting: The Construction of Masculine Identity. Sport, Education and Society, Volume 8 Number 2, October, pp. 199-212.

Burstyn, Varda. (1999). The Rites of Men: Manhood, Politics, and the Culture of Sport. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Butterworth, M.L. (2006). Pitchers and Catchers: Mike Piazza and the Discourse of Gay Identity in the National Pastime. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 30(2): 138-157.

Campbell, H. (2000). The Glass Phallus: Pub(lic) Masculinity and Drinking in Rural New Zealand. Rural Sociology. 65(4):562-581, Dec..

Carl, S. (2006). Televised Sports, Masculinist Moral Capital, and Support for the U.S. Invasion of Iraq. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 30(1): 79.

Carrington, B. (1998). Sport, masculinity, and black cultural resistance. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22(3): 275-298.

Carrington, Ben. (1998). Sport, Masculinity, and Black Cultural Resistance. Journal of Sport and Social Issues. 22, August, pp. 275-298.

Chapman, Kris. (2004). Ossu! Sporting masculinities in a Japanese karate dojo. Japan Forum, Volume 16, Number 2, July.

Chepyator-Thomson, J.R., and C.D. Ennis. (1997). Reproduction and Resistance to the Culture of Femininity and Masculinity in Secondary School Physical Education. Res Q Exerc Sport. Mar;68(1):89-99.

Children Now. (2002). Boys To Men, Sports Media - Message About Masculinity. URL: http://www.childrennow.org/media/boystomen/report-sports.html. (Accessed 10 April 2002).

Clayton, Ben, and John Harris. (2004). Footballers’ wives: The role of the soccer player’s partner in the construction of idealized masculinity. Soccer and Society, Volume 5, Number 3, Autumn, pp. 317-335.

Connell, R.W. (1983). Men’s Bodies. In Which Way is Up? Essays on Sex, Class and Culture. Sydney: George Allen & Unwin

Cooper, Mick. (1994). Sporting Identities. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, Autumn

Crotty, Martin. (2003). The making of the Man: Australian public schoolboy sporting violence 1850-1914. The International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 20, Number 3, September, pp. 1-16.)

Curry, Timothy John. (1991). Fraternal Bonding in the Locker Room: A Pro-Feminist Analysis of Talk About Competition and Women. Sociology of Sport Journal, 8(2), June.

Curry, Timothy John. (1992). A Little Pain Never Hurt Anyone: Athletic Career Socialization and the Normalization of Sport Injury. Gregory Stone Symposium, Las Vegas, February 9.

Curry, Timothy John. (2001). Reply to “A Conversation (Re)analysis of Fraternal Bonding in the Locker Room”. Sociology of Sport Journal, 18(3): pp. 339-344.

David, P. (2006). Sportophobia: Why do some Men Avoid Sport? Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 30(2): 122.

Davis, Laurel. (1997). The Swimsuit Issue and Sport: Hegemonic Masculinity in Sports Illustrated. New York: State University of New York Press.

Davis, N. W., and M. C. Duncan. (2006). Sports Knowledge is Power: Reinforcing Masculine Privilege Through Fantasy Sport League Participation. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 30(3): 244.

Drummond, Murray. (1994). Masculinity from a Feminist Perspective: or How Feminism Helped Create the New Man. Issues in Educational Research. Vol 4 number 2.

Drummond, Murray. (1998). The Social Construction of Masculinity in Sport: An Australian Surf Lifesaving Perspective. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation. Vol 20, number 2.

Drummond, Murray. (2001). Boys’ Bodies in the Context of Sport and Physical Activity: Implications for Health. Journal of Physical Education New Zealand. 34(1), May

Drummond, Murray. (2002). Sport and Images of Masculinity: The Meaning of Relationships in the Life Course of ‘Elite’ Male Athletes. Journal of Men’s Studies, 10(2), Winter.

Duncan, M.C. (1990). Sports Photographs and Sexual Difference: Images of Women and Men in the 1984 and 1988. Olympics. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7.

Dundes, Alan, and Howard F. Stein. (1985). The American Game of ‘Smear the Queer’ and the Homosexual Component of Male Competitive Sport and Warfare. Journal of Psychoanalytic Anthropology, 8(3), Summer.

Dunning, Eric. (1986). Sport as a Male Preserve: Notes on the Social Sources of Masculine Identity and its Transformations. Theory, Culture and Society, 3(1) .

Duquin, M. (1984). Power and Authority: Moral Consensus and Conformity in Sport. International Review for Sociology of Sport, 19(3/4).

Enquist, Per Olov. (1995). A Man’s Role on the Sports Stage. In Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (Equality Affairs Division), Sweden. (eds.). Men on Men: Eight Swedish Men’s Personal Views on Equality, Masculinity and Parenthood, Sweden (trans. David Canter and Rebecka Charan).

Evers, C. (2006). How to surf. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 30(3): 229-243.

Evers, Clifton. (2004). Men who surf. Cultural Studies Review, v.10, no.1, March: 27-41.

Fine, Gary Alan. (1987). With the Boys: Little League Baseball and Preadolescent Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Fine, L.M. (2000). Rights of Men, Rites of Passage: Hunting and Masculinity at Reo Motors of Lansing, Michigan, 1945-1975. Journal of Social History. 33(4):805-+, Sum..

Fitzclarence, Lindsay, and Christopher Hickey. (2001). Real Footballers Don’t Eat Quiche: Old Narratives in New Times. Men and Masculinities, 4(2), October, pp. 118-139 .

Free, Marcus, and John Hughson. (2003). Settling Accounts with Hooligans: Gender blindness in football supporter subculture research. Men and Masculinities, 6(2), October.

Gard, Michael, and Robert Meyenn. (2000). Boys, Bodies, Pleasure and Pain: Interrogating Contact Sports in Schools. Sport, Education and Society, Volume 5, Number 1, March, pp. 19-34.

Gard, Michael. (2001). ‘I Like Smashing People, and I Like Getting Smashed Myself’: Addressing Issues of Masculinity in Physical Education and Sport. In Martino, Wayne and Bob Meyenn. (eds.). What About the Boys? Issues of Masculinity in Schools. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Gilbert, Rod, and Pam Gilbert. (1998). Playing the Game. Chapter Three in Masculinity Goes to School. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin

Gillett, James, and Philip G. White. (1992). Male Bodybuilding and the Reassertion of Hegemonic Masculinity: A Critical Feminist Perspective. Play and Culture, 5(4), November.

Grasmuck, S., and J. Goldwater. (2005). Protecting Home: Class, Race and Masculinity in Boys’ Baseball. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Grundy, Pamela. (2001). The Fire of Rivalry: Men’s College Athletics, 1880-1901. pp. 10-39; IN:; Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Hall, M. Ann. (1993). Gender and Sport in the 1990s: Feminism, Culture, and Politics. Sport Science Review, 2.

Hall, M. Ann. (ed). (1987). The Gendering of Sport, Leisure and Physical Education. (Special Issue) Women’s Studies International Forum, 10(4).

Hargreaves, Jennifer. (1986). Where’s the Virtue? Where’s the Grace? A Discussion of the Social Production of Gender Relations In and Through Sport. Theory, Culture and Society, 3(1).

Hartmann, D. (2003). The sanctity of Sunday football: Why men love sports. Contexts, Volume 2, Number 4, November, pp. 13-21.

Harvey, Steven J. (1996). The Construction of Masculinity Among Male Collegiate Volleyball Players. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(2), November.

Hemphill, Dennis (ed). (1998). All Part of the Game: Violence and Australian Sport.
Contents;
Martin Crotty: ‘There’s a Tumult in the Distance and a War-Song in the Air: Violence and Sport in the Australian Public School of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century.’
Brett Hutchins: ‘Sporting Violence: History, Theory, Context and Figurations.’
Roy Hay: ‘A New Look at Soccer Violence.’
Roy Hay and Ian Warren: ‘Order and Disorder at Sporting Venues.’
Ian Warren: ‘Violence, Sport and the Law: A Critical Discussion.’
Michael Burke: ‘Is Boxing Violent? Let’s Ask Some Boxers.’
Baydon Beddoe: ‘In the Fight: Phenomenology of a Pugilist.’
Margaret Lindley: ‘Her Beauty and Her Terror: Australian Football and the Community.’
Dennis Hemphill: ‘It’s All Part of Whose Game? A Violence and Sport Commentary.’
Rob Hess: ‘Violence and Sport: Selected Bibliography’.

Hickey, Christopher, Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Russell Matthews. (eds.). (2000). Where The Boys Are: Masculinity, Sport and Education. Melbourne: Deakin University Press

Hill, J. (2005). Sport Stripped Bare: Deconstructing Working-Class Masculinity in “This Sporting Life”. Men and Masculinities, 7(4): 405-423.

Hill, Jeffrey. (2005). Sport Stripped Bare: Deconstructing Working-Class Masculinity in “This Sporting Life”. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), April, pp. 405-423.

Hokowhitu, Brendan. (2004). Tackling Maori Masculinity: A colonial geneaology of savagery and sport. Contemporary Pacific, 16(2), Fall, pp. 259-284.

Hughson, J. (2000). The Boys are Back in Town: Soccer Support and the Social Reproduction of Masculinity. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 24(1): 8-23.

Hughson, John. (2000). The Boys are Back in Town: Soccer Support and the Social Reproduction of Masculinity. Journal of Sport and Social Issues. Vol. 24, No. 1, February, pp. 8-23.

Hutchins, B., and J. Mikosza. (1998). Australian rugby league and violence 1970 to 1995: A case study in the maintenance of masculine hegemony. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, v.34 no.3 Nov: 246-263.

Jackson, David. (1990). Sporting Activities and Masculinities. Chapter 10 in Unmasking Masculinity: A Critical autobiography. London: Unwin Hyman

Jaggard, E. (2001). ‘Tempering The Testosterone’: Masculinity, Women and Australian Surf Lifesaving. International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 18, Number 4, December, pp. 16-36.

Jansen, Sue C., and Don Sabo. (1994). The Sport/War Metaphor: Hegemonic Masculinity, the Persian Gulf War, and the New World Order. Sociology of Sport Journal, 11(1), March.

Jimerson, Jason B. (2001). A Conversation (Re)analysis of Fraternal Bonding in the Locker Room. Sociology of Sport Journal, 18(3): pp. 317-338.

Katz, Jackson. (1995). Reconstructing Masculinity in the Locker Room: The Mentors in Violence Prevention Project. Harvard Educational Review, 65(2), Summer, pp. 163-174

Katz, Jackson. (1996). Masculinity and sports culture. In R. Lapchick. (ed.), Sport in society: Equal opportunity or business as usual? Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
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Kennedy, Eileen. (2000). ‘You Talk a Good Game’: Football and Masculine Style on British Television. Men and Masculinities, 3(1), July.

Kennedy, Eileen. (2000). Bad Boys and Gentlemen: Gendered Narrative in Televised Sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, March, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 59-73(15).

Kidd, Bruce. (1987). Sports and Masculinity. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press

King, Anthony. (1997). The Lads: Masculinity and the New Consumption of Football. Sociology, 31(2), May, pp. 329-346.

Kirk, D. (2000). High School Rugby, the Body and the Reproduction of Hegemonic Masculinity. Sport, Education and Society, 5(2), pp. 163-176.

Klein, Allan M. (1989). Managing Deviance: Hustling, Homophobia, and the Bodybuilding Subculture. Deviant Behaviour, 10(1). (Also in Patricia A. and Peter Adler. (eds.). (1994). Constructions of Deviance: Social Power, Context, and Interaction, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company).

Klein, Allan M. (1993). Little Big Men: Bodybuilding Subculture and Gender Construction. New York: State University of New York Press.

Klein, Allan M. (1993). Of Muscles and Men. Sciences, 33(6), November-December, pp. 32-37.

Klein, Allan M. (1995). Tender Machos: Masculine Contrasts in the Mexican Baseball League. Sociology of Sport Journal, 12(4), December, pp. 370-388.

Klein, Michael. (1990). The Macho World of Sport: A Forgotten Realm? Some Introductory Remarks. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 25(3).

Knoppers, A. (1988). Men Working: Coaching as a Male Dominated and Sex Segregated Occupation. Arena Review, 12(2), November.

Knoppers, A. et. al. (1990). Gender and the Salaries of Coaches. Sociology of Sport Journal, 6.

Knoppers, Annelies, and Anton Anthonissen. (2005). Male Athletic and Managerial Masculinities: Congruencies in Discursive Practices? Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 14 Number 2, July.

Kopay, D., and P.D. Young. (1977). The Dave Kopav story. New York: Arbor House.

Kusz, K. W. (2001). “I Want to be the Minority”: The Politics of Youthful White Masculinities in Sport and Popular Culture in 1990s America. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(4): 390-416.

Kusz, Kyle W. (2001). ‘I Want to Be the Minority’: The Politics of Youthful White Masculinities in Sport and Popular Culture in 1990s America. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(4), November, pp. 390-416.

Kusz, Kyle W. (2001). Andre Agassi and Generation X: Reading White Masculinity in 1990s America. IN: Andrews, David L. and Jackson, Steven J. (eds.). Sports Stars: The Cultural Politics of Sporting Celebrity; London & New York: Routledge.

Laberge, S., and M. Albert. (1999). Conceptions of Masculinity and of Gender Transgressions in Sport among Adolescent Boys: Hegemony, Contestation, and Social Class Dynamic. Men and Masculinities, 1(3): 243-267.

Laitinen, Arja, and Arto Tiihonen. (1990). Narratives of Men’s Experiences in Sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 25(3).

Laurendeau, J. (2004). The “crack choir” and the “cock chorus”: The intersection of gender and sexuality in skydiving texts. Sociology Of Sport Journal, 21 (4): 397-417.

Lenskyj, H. (1991). Combating Homophobia in Sport and Physical Education. Sociology of Sport Journal , 8.

Lever, J. (1976). Sex Differences in the Games Children Play. Social Problems.

Levine, P. (1997). Ellis-Island to Ebbets Field Revisited: Speculations on Sport, Masculinity, and American Culture. Journal of Sport History, 24(2), pp. 259-262.

Light, Richard, and David Kirk. (2000). High School Rugby, the Body and the Reproduction of Hegemonic Masculinity. Sport, Education and Society, Volume 5, Number 2, October, pp. 163-176.

Lockley, Timothy. (2003). ‘The manly game’: Cricket and masculinity in Savannah, Georgia in 1859. The International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 20, Number 3, September, pp. 77-98.

Loo, Tina. (2001). Of Moose and men: Hunting for masculinities in British Columbia, 1880-1939. The Western Historical Quarterly. Logan: Autumn, Vol. 32, Iss. 3.

Louise, B. (1999). The trouble with feelings: Gender, sexualities, and power in a gender regime of competitive sailing. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 23(4): 421.

Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin, and Chris Haywood. (2006). Sporting Genders: Media Masculinities and Femininities. In Gender, Culture and Society: Contemporary Femininities and Masculinities.

Mangan, J.A. (ed). (2000). Making European Masculinities: Sport, Europe, Gender. Frank Cass.

Mason, Gay. (1992). Looking Into Masculinity: Sport, Media and the Construction of the Male Body Beautiful. Social Alternatives, 11(1)

McDevitt, Patrick F. (2004). May the Best Man Win: Sport, Masculinity, and Nationalism in Great Britain and the Empire, 1880-1935.

McDowell, Deborah E. (1997). Pecs and Reps: Muscling in on Race and the Subject of Masculinities. In Stecopoulos, Harry and Uebel, Michael. (eds.). Race and the Subject of Masculinities, Duke University Press.

McGuire, B., K. Monks, and R. Halsall. (2001). Young Asian Males: Social Exclusion and Social Injustice in British Professional Football? Culture, Sport, Society, Volume 4, Number 3, Fall, pp. 65-80.

McKay, Jim, and David Rowe. (1997). Field of Soaps: Rupert v. Kerry as Masculine Melodrama. Social Text, 15(1), Spring

McKay, Jim, and Iain Middlemiss. (1995). ‘Mate Against Mate, State Against State’: A Case Study of Media Constructions of Hegemonic Masculinity in Australian Sport. Masculinities, 3(3), Fall

McKay, Jim, Michael A. Messner, and Don Sabo. (eds.). (2000). Masculinities, Gender Relations, and Sport. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (Research on Men and Masculinities Series, No. 13).
Contents;
Series Editor’s Foreword / Kimmel, Michael S.
1. Studying Sport, Men, and Masculinities From Feminist Standpoints / McKay, Jim; Messner, Michael A; Sabo, Donald F.
Pt. 1. Everyday Constructions of Hegemonic Masculinity.
2. Wrestling With Gender: Physicality and Masculinities Among Inner-City First and Second Graders / Hasbrook, Cynthia A.; Harris, Othello.
3. Moms, Sisters, and Ladies: Women Student Trainers in Men’s Intercollegiate Sport / Walk, Stephan R.
4. The Morality/Manhood Paradox: Masculinity, Sport, and the Media / Dworkin, Shari Lee; Wachs, Faye Linda.
5. Dueling Machos: Masculinity and Sport in Mexican Baseball / Klein, Alan M.
Pt. 2. Men’s Violence and Sport.
6. “Be a Buddy to Your Buddy”: Male Identity, Aggression, and Intimacy in a Boxing Gym / de Garis, Laurence.
7. Researching Sports Injury: Reconstructing Dangerous Masculinities / Young, Kevin; White, Philip.
8. Domestic Violence and Televised Athletic Events: “It’s a Man Thing” / Sabo, Donald F; Gray, Philip M; Moore, Linda A.
9. Athletic Affiliation and Violence Against Women: Toward a Structural Prevention Project / Crosset, Todd W.
10. Booze and Bar Fights: A Journey to the Dark Side of College Athletics / Curry, Timothy Jon.
11. After the War? Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland / Bairner, Alan.
Pt. 3. Contesting the Gender Regime of Sport.
12. Conceptions of Masculinity and Gender Transgressions in Sport Among Adolescent Boys: Hegemony, Contestation, and the Social Class Dynamic / Laberge, Suzanne; Albert, Mathieu.
13. Homosexuality and Sport: Who’s Winning? / Pronger, Brian.
14. Panic Sport and the Racialized Masculine Body / Rowe, David; McKay, Jim; Miller, Toby.
15. Dennis Rodman - Do You Feel Feminine Yet? Black Masculinity, Gender Transgression, and Reproductive Rebellion on MTV / Dunbar, Michelle D

McKay, Jim. (1991). Masculine Hegemony and the Social Construction of Genders. pp. 52-56 in No Pain, No Gain? Sport and Australian Culture. Sydney: Prentice Hall

McKay, Jim. (1991). Phallic Panic in the Media: Sporting Women and Hysterical Men. Paper to the Research on Masculinity and Men in Gender Relations Conference, Australian Sociological Association, Macquarie University, 7-8 June

McKay, Jim. (1993). ‘Marked Men’ and ‘Wanton Women’: The Politics of Naming Sexual ‘Deviance’ in Sport. Journal of Men’s Studies, 2(1), August, pp. 69-87.

McKay, Jim. (ed). (1999). Men and Masculinities, Special Issue: Men and Sport, 1(3), January.

McLaughlin, T. (2004). “Man to man”: Basketball, movement, and the practice of masculinity. The South Atlantic Quarterly, 103(1): 169.

McLaughlin, T. (2004). “Man to Man”: Basketball, Movement, and the Practice of Masculinity. South Atlantic Quarterly, Winter, vol. 103, no. 1, pp. 169-191.

McMillan, Peter. (1992). Watching. pp. 103-107 in Men, Sex & Other Secrets. Melbourne: Text Publishing Company.

McNeill, David. (2005). ‘Black magic’: Racism, sport and masculinity in contemporary Australia. Broadsheet (Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia), v.34, no.2, June-Aug: 101-105.

Mean, Lindsey. (2001). Identity and discursive practice: Doing gender on the football pitch. Discourse & Society, November, vol. 12, no. 6, pp. 789-815(27).

Messner, M. (1989). Masculinities and Athletic Careers. Gender Society, 3(1): 71-88.

Messner, M. A., M. Dunbar, and D. Hunt. (2000). The Televised Sports Manhood Formula. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 24(4): 380.

Messner, Michael A. (1986). Masculinity and Sports: An Exploration of the Changing Meaning of Male Identity in the Lifecourse of the Athlete. Dissertation Abstracts International, 46(9), March.

Messner, Michael A. (1987a). The Meaning of Success: The Athletic Experience and the Development of Male Identity. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin

Messner, Michael A. (1987b). The Life of a Man’s Seasons: Male Identity in the Life Course of the Jock. In Kimmel, Michael. (ed). (1987). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage

Messner, Michael A. (1988). Sports and Male Domination: The Female Athlete as Contested Ideological Terrain. Sociology of Sport Journal, 5(3).

Messner, Michael A. (1989). Masculinities and Athletic Careers. Gender and Society, 3(1), March.

Messner, Michael A. (1990). Boyhood, Organised Sports, and the Construction of Masculinities. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 18(4), January (Also in Kimmel, Michael and Messner, Michael. (eds.). (1992). Men’s Lives. New York/Toronto: Macmillan/Maxwell (2nd edition))

Messner, Michael A. (1990). Men Studying Masculinity: Some Epistemological Issues in Sport Sociology. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7(2), June.

Messner, Michael A. (1990). When Bodies are Weapons: Masculinity and Violence in Sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 25(3).

Messner, Michael A. (1992). Power at Play: Sports and the Problem of Masculinity. Boston: Beacon Press.

Messner, Michael A. (2002). Taking The Field: Women, Men, and Sports. University of Minnesota Press.

Messner, Michael A., and Donald F. Sabo. (eds.). (1990). Sport, Men, and the Gender Order: Critical Feminist Perspectives. Illinois: Human Kinetics Books.
Contents;
Introduction: Toward a Critical Feminist Reappraisal of Sport, Men, and the Gender Order / Michael A. Messner and Donald F. Sabo.
PART I: Theoretical and Historical Foundations.
1: Sport in the Social Construction of Masculinity / David Whitson.
2: The Men’s Cultural Centre: Sports and the Dynamic of Women’s Oppression/Men’s Repression / Bruce Kidd.
3: Masculinity, Sexuality, and the Development of Early Modern Sport / Todd Crosset.
4: Baseball and the Reconstitution of American Masculinity, 1880-1920 / Michael S. Kimmel.
5: Rugby in the 19th Century British Boarding School System: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Perspective / Philip G. White and Anne B. Vagi.
PART II: Contemporary Research.
6: An Iron Man: The Body and Some Contradictions of Hegemonic Masculinity / R.W. Connell.
7: Masculinities and Athletic Careers: Bonding and Status Differences / Michael A. Messner.
8: ‘Cool Pose’: Black Masculinity and Sports / Richard Majors.
9: Football Ritual and the Social Reproduction of Masculinity / Don Sabo and Joe Panepinto.
10: Little Big Man: Hustling, Gender Narcissism, and Body Building Subculture / Alan M. Klein.
11: Gay Jocks: A Phenomenology of Gay Men in Athletics / Brian Pronger.
12: Male Cheerleaders and the Naturalization of Gender / Laurel R. Davis.
13: Women Coaching Male Athletes / Ellen J. Staurowsky.
PART III: Challenges, Changes, and Alternatives.
14: Challenges to Male Hegemony in Sport / Lois Bryson.
15: Women of Color, Critical Autobiography, and Sport / Susan Birrell.
16: Warriors or Wimps? Creating Alternative Forms of Physical Education / Barbara Humberstone.
17: Addressing Homophobia in Physical Education: Responsibilities for Teachers and Researchers / Pat Griffin and James Genasci.
18: How Should We Theorize Gender in the Context of Sport? / M. Ann Hall.
Epilogue / Carole Oglesby.

Messner, Michael A., and Donald F. Sabo. (eds.). (1994). Sex, Violence and Power in Sports: Rethinking Masculinity. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press.

Messner, Michael A., and William S. Solomon. (1993). Outside the Frame: Newspaper Coverage of the Sugar Ray Leonard Wife Abuse Story. Sociology of Sport Journal, 10.

Messner, Michael A., Margaret Carlisle Duncan, and Kerry Jensen. (1993). Separating the Men from the Girls: The Gendered Language of Televised Sports. Gender & Society, 7(1), March.

Messner, Michael A., Michele Dunbar, and Darnell Hunt. (2000). The televised sports manhood formula. Journal of Sport & Social Issues 24(4), November, pp. 380-394.

Miller, Kathleen E., Merrill J. Melnick, Michael P. Farrell, Donald F. Sabo, and Grace M. Barnes. (2006). Jocks, gender, binge drinking, and adolescent violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(1), January.

Miller, T. (1998). Commodifying the male body, problematizing “hegemonic masculinity?” Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22(4): 431-446.

Miller, Toby. (1990). Sport, Media and Masculinity. In David Rowe and Geoff Laurence, (eds.). Sport and Leisure: Trends in Australian Popular Culture. Sydney: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Miller, Toby. (2001). Sportsex. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Contents;
Introduction: Sportsextro.
1. Bodnam: Body, Nation, Media.
2. Commodifying the Male Body = Problematizing Hegemonic Masculinity?.
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Park, Roberta J., and James A. Mangan. (eds.). (2001). From “Fair Sex” To Feminism: Sport And The Socialization Of Women In The Industrial And Post-Industrial Eras. London: Frank Cass Publishers.

Patton, C. (2001). “Rock hard”: Judging the female physique. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(2): 118.

Pelak, Cynthia Fabrizio. (2002). Women’s collective identity formation in sports: A case study from women’s ice hockey. Gender & Society, February, 16(1).

Pemberton, Cynthia Lee. (2002). More Than A Game: One Woman’s Fight For Gender Equity In Sport. Ithaca, NY: Northeastern University Press.

Remley, Mary L. (1991). Women in Sport: An Annotated Bibliography and Resource Guide. New York: Macmillan.

Rinehart, R. (2005). “Babes” & Boards: Opportunities in New Millennium Sport? Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 29(3): 232.

Robinson, L. (1998). Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada’s National Sport. Toronto: McLelland and Stewart.

Rowe, David. (ed). (1995). Media Information Australia, Special Issue: Sport! Changing the Angle, No. 75, February.
Includes;
Cook, Jackie & Jennings, Karen / Live and Sweaty: Australian Women Re-cast Australian Sports Television.
Ndalianis, Angela / Muscle, Excess and Rupture: Female Bodybuilding and Gender Construction.

Ryan, Joan. (1996). Little Girls in Pretty Boxes: The Making and Breaking of Elite Gymnasts and Figure Skaters. New York: Warner Books

Sandoz, Joli, A. (1997). Whole Other Ball Game: Women’s Literature On Women’s Sport. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Sandoz, Joli, and Joby Winans. (eds.). (1999). Whatever It Takes: Women On Women’s Sport. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Sleap, Mike. (1998). Social Issues in Sport. Macmillan.

Smalley, Andrea L. (2005). ‘I Just Like to Kill Things’: Women, Men and the Gender of Sport Hunting in the United States, 1940-1973. Gender & History, Volume 17, Number 1, April, pp. 183-209.

Smith, Lissa,. (1998). Nike Is A Goddess: The History Of Women In Sports. New York: Grove/Atlantic.

Stedman, Leanne. (1997). From Gidget to Gonad Man: Surfers, Feminists and Postmodernisation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(1), March.

Stoddart, B. (1986). Saturday Afternoon Fever. Angus & Robertson.

Theberge, Nancy. (1989). A Feminist Analysis of Responses to Sports Violence: Media Coverage of the 1987 World Junior Hockey Championship. Sociology of Sport Journal, 6(3), September.

Theberge, Nancy. (1991). Reflections on the Body in the Sociology of Sport. Quest, 43.

Theberge, Nancy. (1997). ‘It’s Part of the Game’: Physicality and the Production of Gender in Women’s Hockey. Gender & Society, 11(1), February.

Theberge, Nancy. (2003). “No Fear Comes”: Adolescent Girls, Ice Hockey, and the Embodiment of Gender. Youth & Society, Vol. 34 No. 4, June, pp. 497-516.

Thompson, Shona M. (1999). Mother’s Taxi: Sport And The Incorporation Of Women’s Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Wachs, F. L. (2002). Leveling the playing field: Negotiating gendered rules in coed softball. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 26(3): 300.

Wakefield, Wanda. Playing to Win: Sports and the American Military, 1898-1945. New York: State University of New York Press.

Wearing, B., and S. Wearing. (1988). All in a Day’s Leisure: Gender and the Concept of Leisure. Leisure Studies, 7, pp. 111-123.

Wensing, E. H., and T. Bruce. (2003). Bending the Rules: Media Representations of Gender During an International Sporting Event. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 38(4): 387-396.

Wiley, Carol A. (ed.). (1992). Women in the Martial Arts. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

Woolum, Janet. (1992). Outstanding Women Athletes: Who They Are and How They Influenced Sports in America. Phoenix: Oryx Press.

Working Group on Women in Sport. (1985). Women, Sport and the Media. Canberra: AGPS.

Wright, Jan. (1991). Gracefulness and Strength: Sexuality in the Seoul Olympics. Social Semiotics, 1(1).

Young, Iris Marion. (2005). Throwing Like a Girl. In On Female Body Experience: ‘Throwing like a Girl’ and Other Essays. New York: Oxford.

Zimmerman, Jean, and Gil Reavill. (1998). Raising Our Athletic Daughters: How Sports Can Restore Self-Esteem And Save Girls’ Lives. New York: Doubleday.

Journals

International Journal of the History of Sport
International Review for the Sociology of Sport
Journal of Sport and Social Issues
Play and Culture
Sociology of Sport Journal
Sport, Education and Society

 

(c) Sport and violence against women

AFL (Australian Football League). (2005). Respect & Responsibility: Creating a safe and inclusive environment for women at all levels of Australian Football. Melbourne: Australian Football League, November.

Benedict, Jeffrey R. (1998). Athletes and Acquaintance Rape. Sage.

Benedict, Jeffrey R. Public Heroes, Private Felons: Athletes and Crimes Against Women. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Boeringer, Scot. (1999). Associations of rape-supportive attitudes with fraternal and athletic participation. Violence Against Women, January, 5(1): 81-90.

Brackenridge, Celia. (2001). Spoilsports: Understanding and Preventing Sexual Exploitation in Sport. London; New York: Routledge.

Brown, Theresa J., Kenneth E. Sumner, and Romy Nocera. (2002). Understanding Sexual Aggression Against Women: An Examination of the Role of Men’s Athletic Participation and Related Variables. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Sept., 17(9): 937-952.

Chandler, S., J. Dewaynes, and P. Carroll. (1999). Abusive behaviors of college athletes. College Student Journal, 33(4), 638.

Cleary, Phil. (2004). Football, culture and violence against women: or how the law lets women down. [Lecture delivered at Trades Hall in Melbourne on 30 June 2004.] Overland, no.176, Spring: 69-75.

Cleary, Phil. (2004-2005). Footy’s subculture of misogyny. Women Against Violence, Issue 16.

Coutts, R., K. Reilly, and R. Weatherby. (2005). Contact and non contact sports and sexual aggression within Australian sporting teams: A preliminary investigation. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 8(4).

Craig, Kellina M. (2000). Defeated Athletes, Abusive Mates? Examining Perceptions of Professional Athletes Who Batter. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(11): 1224-1232.

Crosset, T.W., J. Ptacek, M.A. McDonald, and J.R. Benedict (1996). Male student-athletes and violence against women: A survey of campus judicial affairs offices. Violence Against Women, 2, 163-179.

Crosset, Todd W. (1999). Male athletes’ violence against women: A critical assessment of the athletic affiliation, violence against women debate. Quest (Champaign, Ill.) [H.W. Wilson - EDUC], Aug. Vol. 51, Iss. 3.

Fields, Sarah K., Christy L. Collins, and R. Dawn Comstock. (2007). Conflict On the Courts: A Review of Sports-Related Violence Literature. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, October, Vol. 8, No. 4: 359-369.

Flood, Michael. (2002-2003). Engaging Men: Strategies and dilemmas in violence prevention education among men. Women Against Violence: A Feminist Journal, 13, pp. 25-32. (Free copy available from author upon request.)

Football Fans Against Sexual Assault. (2005). Towards Champions: A better culture, a better game. Submission to Australian Football League and National Rugby League.

Frintner, M.P., and L. Rubinson. (1993). Acquaintance rape: The influence of alcohol, fraternity membership, and sports team membership. Journal of Sex Education & Therapy, 19: 272-284.

Gard, Michael. (2001). ‘I Like Smashing People, and I Like Getting Smashed Myself’: Addressing Issues of Masculinity in Physical Education and Sport. In Martino, Wayne and Bob Meyenn. (eds.). What About the Boys? Issues of Masculinity in Schools. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Hemphill, Dennis (ed). (1998). All Part of the Game: Violence and Australian Sport.

Hickey, Christopher, Lindsay Fitzclarence and Russell Matthews. (eds.). (2000). Where The Boys Are: Masculinity, Sport and Education. Melbourne: Deakin University Press

Humphrey, Stephen E., and Arnold S. Kahn. (2000). Fraternities, athletic teams, and rape: Importance of identification with a risky group. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Dec., 15(12): 1313-1322.

Hutchins, B., and J. Mikosza. (1998). Australian rugby league and violence 1970 to 1995: A case study in the maintenance of masculine hegemony. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, v.34 no.3 Nov: 246-263.

Katz, Jackson. (1995). Reconstructing Masculinity in the Locker Room: The Mentors in Violence Prevention Project. Harvard Educational Review, 65(2), Summer, pp. 163-174.

Kift, Sally. (2005). Sport and the law: sex and the team player: When a team becomes a gang. Alternative Law Journal, v. 30 no. 3, June, pp. 136-137, 145.

Koss, Mary P, and Cleveland, Hobart H III. (1996). Athletic participation, fraternity membership, and date rape. Violence Against Women, June, Vol. 2, Iss. 2.

Koss, Mary P., and Gaines, J.A. (1993). The prediction of sexual aggression by alcohol use, athletic participation, and fraternity affiliation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 8 (1), 94-108.

Leonard, D. J. (2007). Innocent Until Proven Innocent: In Defense of Duke Lacrosse and White Power (and Against Menacing Black Student-Athletes, a Black Stripper, Activists, and the Jewish Media). Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 31(1): 25-44.

McKay, Jim, Michael A. Messner, and Don Sabo. (eds.). (2000). Masculinities, Gender Relations, and Sport. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (Research on Men and Masculinities Series, No. 13).
Includes;
6. “Be a Buddy to Your Buddy”: Male Identity, Aggression, and Intimacy in a Boxing Gym / de Garis, Laurence.
8. Domestic Violence and Televised Athletic Events: “It’s a Man Thing” / Sabo, Donald F; Gray, Philip M; Moore, Linda A.
9. Athletic Affiliation and Violence Against Women: Toward a Structural Prevention Project / Crosset, Todd W.
10. Booze and Bar Fights: A Journey to the Dark Side of College Athletics / Curry, Timothy Jon.
11. After the War? Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland / Bairner, Alan.

Melnick, Merrill. (1992). Male Athletes and Sexual Assault. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. Reston: May, Vol. 63, Iss. 5; p. 32 (4 pages).

Messner, Michael A. (2002). Taking The Field: Women, Men, and Sports. University of Minnesota Press.

Messner, Michael A., and Donald F. Sabo. (eds.). (1994). Sex, Violence and Power in Sports: Rethinking Masculinity. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press.

Nelson, Mariah Burton. (1996). Sexual assault as spectator sport. Chapter 7 in The Stronger Women Get, the More Men Love Football: Sexism and the Culture of Sport. London: The Women’s Press.

Nixon, Howard L II. (1997). Gender, sport, and aggressive behavior outside sport. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, November, Vol. 21, Iss. 4.

Pappas, Nick T., Patrick C. McKenry, and Beth Skilken Catlett. (2004). Athlete Aggression on the Rink and off the Ice: Athlete violence and aggression in hockey and interpersonal relationships. Men and Masculinities, 6(3), January, pp. 291-312.

Parrot, A., N. Cummings, T.C. Marchell, and J. Hofher. (1994). A rape awareness and prevention model for male athletes. Journal of American College Health.

Parrot, Andrea, Nina Cummings, and Timothy Marchell. (1994). Rape 101: Sexual Assault Prevention Education for College Athletes. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications, Inc.

Philadelphoff-Puren, Nina. (2004). Dereliction: Women, rape and football. Australian Feminist Law Journal, v. 21, Dec: 35-51.

Robinson, L. (1998). Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada’s National Sport. Toronto: McLelland and Stewart.

Russell, G. W. (2004). Sport riots: A social-psychological review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(4): 353-378.

Sachs, C. J., and L. D. Chu. (2000). The Association Between Professional Football Games and Domestic Violence in Los Angeles County. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(11): 1192-1201.

Safai, Parissa. (2002). Boys Behaving Badly: Popular Literature on the Mis/behaviour of Male Team Sport Athletes in North America. International Review for the Sociology of Sport; 37(1), pp. 97-102.

Sawyer, Robin G., Estina E. Thompson, and Anne Marie Chicorelli. (2002). Rape myth acceptance among intercollegiate student athletes: A preliminary examination. Amerian Journal of Health Studies. Tuscaloosa. 18(1): 19-25.

Schacht, Steven P. (1996). Misogyny On and Off the ‘Pitch’: The Gendered World of Male Rugby Players. Gender & Society, 10(5), October.

Schissel, B. (2000). Boys against girls: The structural and interpersonal dimensions of violent patriarchal culture in the lives of young men. Violence Against Women, 6(9), 960-986.

Segrave, Jeffrey O. (2002). “The lovely evil”: The pregame sex myth and the denigration of women. Violence against Women, 8(1), January, 116-146.

Smith, Dave, and Sally Stewart. (2003). Sexual aggression and sports participation. Journal of Sport Behavior, 26(4), pp. 384-395.

Star, Lynne. (1994). Televised Rugby and Male Violence. Feminist Studies in Aotearoa Electronic Journal, No. 25, August 19.

Warren, I. (2005). Footballers, Culture and Sexual Assault. In Football Fever: Crossing Boundaries, Ed. R. Hess, M. Nicholson and B. Stewart, Melbourne, Maribyrnong Press.

Waterhouse-Watson, D. (2008). All Women Are Sluts: Australian Rules Football and Representations of the Feminine. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 27(2): 155-162.

Welch, Michael. (1997). Violence against women by professional football players: A gender analysis of hypermasculinity, positional status, narcissism, and entitlement. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, November, Vol. 21, Iss. 4.

West, W.G. (1996). Youth Sports and Violence: A Masculine Subculture? In Gary M. O’Bireck, (ed). Not a Kid Anymore: Canadian Youth, Crime, and Subcultures. Toronto, Ontario: Nelson Canada (pp. 309-348).


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Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood.
19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6

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