Moving Writing: Crafting Movement in Sport Research

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Eleven international scholars from kinesiology, cultural studies and sport sociology contribute ten essays about new ways of writing sport research—specifically, writing from a personal or autoethnographic perspective, as opposed to traditional notions of "neutrality" in reporting and analyzing people's experiences. Topics discussed include the practices of autoethnography and writing ethnographic fiction, injury and pain, freedom through movement, obsessive fan behavior, sexual identity in sport, the sports of displaced kids—skateboarding, inline skating, BMX—and reflections on the craft of sport fiction writing. No subject index. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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  • ISBN-13: 9780820455419
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2003
  • Series: Cultural Critique Ser.
  • Pages: 215

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Introduction: Moving Writing 1
I Crafting Autoethnography in Sport Research 25
Ch. 1 Bodily Dialogues: Writing the Self 27
Ch. 2 Bodies, Identities, Selves: Autoethnographic Fragments and Reflections 51
Ch. 3 Body Talks: I Write 77
Ch. 4 Initiation 87
II Crafting Ethnographic Fiction in Sport Research 113
Ch. 5 A Fan's Life: Lost and Found 115
Ch. 6 Pass 133
Ch. 7 On "Sk8ing": Reflections on Method 151
Ch. 8 Ecstasy on Skis 167
III Author Interviews, Notes on Craft 181
Ch. 9 An Interview with Jenifer Levin 183
Ch. 10 An Interview with Donald Hayes 193
Conclusion: Movement Practices Through Text 201
Contributors 213
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