‘Race’, Youth Sport, Physical Activity and Health provides a resource that addresses ‘race’ and racism in an accessible way by contextualizing theory with practical evidence-based examples drawn from global geographical and cultural settings.
Thisis the first book to focus on issues of ‘race’ and racism in youth sport, physical activity and health. Drawing on critical race theory, intersectionality and post-feminism, and presenting a range of international empirical case studies, it explores racialization processes in pedagogical and non-pedagogical settings. The book examines how ‘race’ and racism in pedagogical settings shape young peoples’ dispositions towards participation in sport and physical activity, and how identity discourses are being shaped in contemporary sport, physical activity and health.
Essential reading for anybody working in sport and exercise studies, physical education, sociology or health studies.
Introduction - The Project
Symeon Dagkas, Laura Azzarito and Kevin Hylton
1. ‘Race’, Racism and Race Logic
2. Social Justice and Intersectionality in Sport, Physical Activity and Health Pedagogy: Creating Connections
3. Why is Our PE Teacher Education Curriculum White? A Collaborative Self- Study of Teaching About ‘Race’ in PETE Programmes
Joanne Hill and Jennifer Walton-Fisette
4.Stories of Difference and Sameness: South Asian, Muslim Young Women Talk Physical Education
5. Athleticising Young Black Lives: Confusing Education with Commerce in High School Sports
Claire E. Crawford
6. "Playing the Game" and "Finding My Way": Minority Ethnic Female PE Teachers’ Counter-Stories
7. Race Logic in American College Sports: Athletic Exploitation, Privilege and Institutional Resentment
Derek van Rheenen
8. Challenging the Stereotypical Construction of Black Physical Superiority and Intellectual Inferiority in Sport
Louis Harrison, Brandon Crooms and Latrice Sales
9.Le Parkour, Freerunning and Young White Men: Identities, Resistances and Digital Representations
10.Sport and the Normalisation of Australian Aboriginal Peoples
Louise Mccuaig and Murray Phillips
11. British Asians, Racial Framing and Football Exclusion
12. Physicality and Health Inequalities in British Pakistani Muslim Women: Analysis of a Participatory Theatre-Based Play
Qulsom Fazil and Polly Wright
13. Decolonising Health in Education: Considering Indigenous Knowledge in Policy Documents
Katie Fitzpatrick and Jean M. Allen
14. The "Health Gap" From a Social Justice Perspective: Critical Race Theory, Post Colonialism, and Post-Feminism
This series presents important new critical studies that explore and explain issues relating to social justice and equality in sport and leisure. Addressing current debates and examining key concepts such as inclusion and exclusion, (anti)oppression, neo-liberalism, resistance, merit(ocracy), and sport for all, the series aims to be a key location for scholars, students and policy makers interested in these topics.
Innovative and interrogative, the series will explore central themes and issues in critical sport and leisure studies, including: theory development, methodologies and intersectionality; policy and politics; ‘race’, ethnicity, gender, class, sexuality, disability; communities and migration; ethics and morals; and media and new technologies. Inclusive and transdisciplinary, it aims to showcase high quality work from leading and emerging scholars working in sport and leisure studies, sport development, sport coaching and PE, policy, events and health studies, and areas of sport science that consider the same concerns.