Publications

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Journal Articles

Mark Norman. Transforming Space? Spatial Implications of Yoga in Prisons and Other Carceral Sites. Race & Yoga, 4(1), 1-16. [Link]

Mark Norman & Gavin J. Andrews. (2019). The Folding of Sport Space into Carceral Space: On the Making of Prisoners’ Experiences and Lives. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 63(3), 453-465. [Link]

Mark Norman, Katelyn Esmonde, & Courtney Szto. (2019). Public Sociology of Sport in the ‘Hockey Blogosphere’: A Self-Reflexive Analysis. Sociology of Sport Journal, 36(2), 135-143. [Link]

Mark Norman. (2018). Researching Sport in a ‘Total Institution’: Reflections on Research Barriers and Methodological Adaptations in a Study of Prison Physical Culture. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 10(1), 17-31. [Link]

Fernando S.M. Trajo, Mark Norman, & Christophe Jaccoud. (2018). Encounters on the Playing Field: Observations at the Football-3-Halves Festival During the Euro Cup 2016. Sociology of Sport Journal, 35(4), 367-374. [Link]

Mark Norman. (2017). Sport in the Underlife of a Total Institution: Social Control and Resistance in Canadian Prisons. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 52(5), 598–614. [Link]

Mark Norman. (2016). Esporte, educação e o sistema prisional canadense [Sport, Education and the Canadian Prison System]. Revista Com Censo, 2(5), 33-36. [Link]

Mark Norman, Matt Ventresca, Courtney Szto, & Simon C. Darnell. (2015). Driving to the ‘Net: Blogs, Frames and Politics in the New York Islanders Stadium Saga. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 39(1), 19-39. [Link]

Mark Norman. (2014). Online Community or Electronic Tribe? Exploring the Social Characteristics and Spatial Production of an Internet Hockey Fan Culture. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 38(5), 395-414. [Link]

Mark Norman. (2012). Saturday Night’s Alright for Tweeting: Cultural Citizenship, Collective Discussion, and the New Media Consumption/Production of Hockey Day in Canada. Sociology of Sport Journal, 29(3). [Link]

Book Chapters

Jay Scherer & Mark Norman. (2020). Sport, Media and Ideology. In J. Scherer & B. Wilson (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Canadian Sport and Physical Activity, 2nd Edition (pp. 231-256). Toronto: Pearson.

Mark Norman. (2018). Physical Activity in Prisons. J. Piggin, L. Mansfield, & M. Weed (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity Policy and Practice (pp. 342-355). New York: Routledge.

Mark Norman. (2016). Serious Leisure, Prosumption, and the Digital Sport Media Economy: A Case Study of Ice Hockey Blogging. In D. McGillivray, G. McPherson, & S. Carnicelli (Eds.), Digital Leisure Cultures: Critical Perspectives (pp. 80-93). New York: Routledge.

Mark Norman. (2015). Prison Yoga as a Correctional Alternative? Physical Culture, Rehabilitation, and Social Control in Canadian Prisons. In W. Crichlow and J. Joseph (Eds.), Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice: Arts and Physical Engagement in Criminal Justice and Community Settings (pp. 78-98). New York: Palgrave.

Reports

Michele K. Donnelly, Mark Norman, & Peter Donnelly. (2015). The Sochi 2014 Olympic Games: A Gender Equality Audit. Toronto: Centre for Sport Policy Studies. [Link]

Bruce Kidd & Mark Norman. (2015). Gender Equality at the Commonwealth Games, Part II: Glasgow 2014. Toronto: Centre for Sport Policy Studies. [Link]

Bruce Kidd & Mark Norman. (2014). Gender Equality at the Commonwealth Games, Part 1: A Historical Perspective. Toronto: Centre for Sport Policy Studies. [Link]

Peter Donnelly, Mark Norman, & Bruce Kidd. (2013). Gender Equity in Canadian Interuniversity Sport: A Biennial Report (No. 2). Toronto: Centre for Sport Policy Studies. [Link]

Peter Donnelly, Bruce Kidd, & Mark Norman. (2011). Gender Equity in Canadian Interuniversity Sport: A Biennial Report. Toronto: Centre for Sport Policy Studies. [Link]

Reviews

Mark Norman. (2013). Review of Tackling Peace (2009) and The Games They Play (2010). Journal of Sport History, 40(2), 313-315. [Link]

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