Professor Ivan Waddington Publications

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Books: sole authored

Sport, Health and Drugs: A Critical Sociological Perspective, E & F N Spon/Routledge, London and New York, 2000, reprinted 2001, 214pp.

 

The Medical Profession in the Industrial Revolution, Gill and Macmillan, 1984, 236pp. [

 

Books: co-authored

An Introduction to Drugs in Sport: Addicted to Winning? (with Andy Smith), London, Routledge, 2009, 270pp.

Drugs in Sport: The Pressure to Perform (with B. Houlihan, D. Mottram and P. Korkia), British Medical Association, British Medical Journal Books, London, 2002, 165pp.

Doping, Therapeutics, Ethics and Law (with A. Felix, D. Malcolm and P. Thomas), University of Bath, 1998, 208pp.

Books: co-edited

Matters of Sport: Essays in Honour of Eric Dunning, (with Dominic Malcolm), Routledge, London, 2008, pp. 193.

Pain and Injury in Sport: Social and Ethical Analysis, (with S. Loland and B. Skirstad), Routledge, London and New York, 2006, pp. 268.

Sport Histories: Figurational Studies of the Development of Modern Sport, (with E. Dunning and D. Malcolm), Routledge, London and New York, 2004, paperback edition 2006, 216pp.

Fighting Fans: Football Hooliganism as a World Phenomenon (with E. Dunning, P. Murphy and A. Astrinakis), University College Dublin Press, 2002, 270 pp. Portuguese version published by Livros Horizonte (forthcoming).

Guest Journal editor

La comunicazione per lo sport e la salute/Communication for sport and health, (co-edited with Stefano Martelli), special issue of Sociologia e Politiche Sociali, 13 (2), 2010, Milano, Franco Angeli.

Theoretical Approaches to Change in Sports Organizations (co-edited with Berit Skirstad), Routledge, London (special issue of European Sport Management Quarterly, 8 (4), 2008). 

Matters of Sport: Essays in Honour of Eric Dunning (co-edited with Dominic Malcolm), Routledge, London (Special issue of Sport in Society, 9 (4), October, 2006).

Papers in Refereed Journals

Waddington, I., Christiansen, A.V., Gleaves, J., Hoberman, J., & Moller, V. (2013). Recreational drug use and sport: Time for a WADA rethink?, Performance Enhancement and Health, 2(2), 41-47.

“Issues and problems in the organization of children’s sport: a case study of Norway” (with B. Skirstad and R. Säfvenbom), European Physical Education Review, 18 (3), 2012, 309-321.

“Surveillance and control in sport: a sociologist looks at the WADA whereabouts system”, International Journal of Sport Policy, 2 (3), 2010, 255-274.

“Attività fisica, movimento, sport e salute. Qual è il messaggio corretto per la salute pubblica?” (Physical activity, exercise, sport and health: what is the appropriate public health message?), Sociologia e Politiche Sociali, 13 (2), 2010, 13-27.

“Presentazione” (with Stefano Martelli), Sociologia e Politiche Sociali, 13 (2), 2010, 5-11.

“Sport, health and drugs: a critical re-examination of some key issues and problems” (with Dag Vidar Hanstad), Perspectives in Public Health, 129 (4), 2009, 174-182.   

“The establishment of the World Anti-Doping Agency: a study of the management of organizational change and unplanned outcomes”, (with D. V. Hanstad and A. Smith), International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 43 (3), 2008, 227-249.

“Theoretical approaches to change in sports organizations”, (with B. Skirstad), European Sport Management Quarterly, 8 (4), 2008, 311-313. 

“ ‘No systematic doping in football’; a critical review”, (with D. Malcolm), Soccer In Society, 9 (1), 2008, 198-214.

“Are elite athletes exploited?” (with P. Murphy), Sport in Society, 10 (2), 2007, 239-255.

“Abuse, intimidation and violence as aspects of managerial control in professional football in Britain and Ireland”, (with Seamus Kelly), International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 41 (2), 2006, 147-164.

“The use of drugs in European football” (with D Malcolm), International Review of Modern Sociology, 32 (2), 2006, 309-331.

“Alternative sport programmes and social inclusion in Norway” (with Eivind Asrum Skille), European Physical Education Review, 12 (3), 251-270, 2006.

“Eric Dunning: this sporting life” (with D. Malcolm), Sport in Society, 9 (4), 2006, 503-513.

“Managing pain and injury in non-elite rugby union and rugby league: A case study of players at a British university” (with K. Liston, D.Reacher and A. Smith), Sport in Society, 9 (3), 2006, 388-402.

“Le dopage sportif: la responsibilité des practiciens médicaux / Doping in sport: the responsibilities of medical practitioners”, Revue internationale des sciences du sport et de l’éducation physique/The International Journal of Sport Science and Physical Education, 70, Automne 2005, 9-23.

“Changing patterns of drug use in British sport from the 1960s”, Sport in History, 25 (3), 2005, 472-496.

“Drug use in English professional football” (with D. Malcolm, M. Roderick and R Naik), British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2005; 39:e18.

“¿ Se explota a los deportistas de élite?” (Are elite athletes exploited?) Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 78, 4 trimestre 2004, 26-32.

“Using ‘Sport in the community schemes’ to tackle crime and drug use among young people: some policy issues and problems” (with A. Smith), European Physical Education Review, 10 (3), 2004, 279-298 . 

“Sport as a drug and drugs in sport: some exploratory comments” (with E. Dunning), International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 2003, 38 (3), 351-368.

“Jobs for the boys? A study of the employment of club doctors and physiotherapists in English professional football”, Soccer and Society, 2002, 3 (3), 51-64.

“The management of medical confidentiality in English professional football clubs: some ethical problems and issues” (with M. Roderick), British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2002, 36 (2), 118-123.

“Methods of appointment and qualifications of club doctors and physiotherapists in English professional football: some problems and issues” (with M. Roderick and R. Naik), British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2001, 35 (1), 48-53. [See also subsequent correspondence: ‘Club doctors and physiotherapists: authors’ reply’, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2001, 35 (3), 207-8 and ‘The football club doctor system: authors’ reply’, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2001, 35 (4), 281.]

 

“Doping in sport: some issues for medical practitioners”, Facta Universitatis, Series Physical Education and Sport, Vol. 1, No 8, 2001, 51-59.

“Playing hurt: managing injuries in English professional football” (with M. Roderick and G. Parker), International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 2000, 35 (2), 165-180.

"The people's game? Football spectatorship and demographic change" (with D. Malcolm and I. Jones), Soccer and Society, 2000, 1 (1), Spring, 129-143.

 

"Sport for all: some public health policy issues and problems" (with P. Murphy), Critical Public Health, 1998, 8 (3), 193-205

"The social composition of football crowds in Western Europe: a comparative study" (with D. Malcolm and R. Horak), International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 1998, 33 (2), 155-169.

"Gender stereotyping and physical education" (with D. Malcolm and J. Cobb), European Physical Education Review, 1998, 4 (1), 34-46.

 

     "Sport, health and physical education: a reconsideration" (with D. Malcolm and K. Green), European Physical Education Review, 1997, 3, (2), 165-182.

 

"The development of sports medicine", Sociology of Sport Journal, 1996, 13, (2), 176-196.

"Managing social change: a process-sociological approach to understanding organisational change within the National Health Service", (with Sue Dopson), Sociology of Health and Illness, 1996, 18 (4), 525-550.

"American exceptionalism: soccer and American football" (with M. Roderick), The Sports Historian, 1996, 16, 42-63.

"Research note: surveying the social composition of football crowds", (with E. Dunning and P. Murphy), Leisure Studies, 1996, 15, 209-214.

 

"Anthropological versus sociological approaches to the study of soccer hooliganism: some critical notes", (with E. Dunning and P. Murphy), Sociological Review, 1991, vol. 39, no. 3, August, 459-478.

 

"The movement towards the professionalisation of medicine", British Medical Journal, 1990, 150th anniversary edition, 301, 688-90.

"Reagan's war on health; the impact of the Contra War on health in Nicaragua" (with L. Irvine), Radical Community Medicine, No 32, Winter 1987/88, 47-52.

 

"Competition and Monopoly in a Profession: The Campaign for Medical Registration in Britain", Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift, 1979, 6, 288-321.

 

"The Relationship Between Social Class and the Use of Health Services in Britain", Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1977, 2, 51-61

 

"The Development of Medical Ethics: A Sociological Analysis", Medical History, 1975, 19, 36-51.

 

"The Role of the Hospital in the Development of Modern Medicine", Sociology, 1973, 7, 211-224.

The Struggle to Reform the Royal College of Physicians, 1767-71: A Sociological Analysis, Medical History, 1973, 17, 107-126.

Contributions to scholarly books

“Sports medicine, client control and the limits of professional autonomy”, in D. Malcolm and P. Safai (eds.), The Social Organization of Sports Medicine: Critical Socio-cultural Perspectives, Routledge, New York, 2012, 204-226. 

“ ‘A prison of measured time?’ A sociologist looks at the WADA whereabouts system”, in M. McNamee and V. Møller (eds.), Doping and Anti-Doping Policy in Sport: Ethical, Legal and Social Perspectives, London, Routledge, 2011, 183-199.

“Addicted to winning: drugs, sport and the quest for achievement”, in A. Ohira (ed), Norbert Elias and Globalization: Sport, Culture and Society, Tokyo, Japan, DTP Publishing, 2009, 7-31.

“The role of the hospital in the development of modern medicine: a sociological analysis”, in R. Dingwall (ed), Qualitative Health Research, Vol. 3, 1-12, London, Sage, 2008.

 “Drugs”, in D. Malcolm (ed.), The Sage Dictionary of Sports Studies, London, Sage, 2008, 72-74.

“Health”, in D. Malcolm (ed.), The Sage Dictionary of Sports Studies, London, Sage, 2008, 127-9.

“Eric Dunning: this sporting life” (with D. Malcolm), in D. Malcolm and I. Waddington, (eds.), Matters of Sport: Essays in Honour of Eric Dunning, Routledge, London, 2008, 1-11.

“Doping in de sport – Naar een sociologische verklaring”, in J. Van Gestel (ed), Figuraties in de Sport, Gent, Belgium, Academia Press, 2007, 185-211.

'Performance Enhancing Drugs in European Football' (with D Malcolm), in Leon Grunberg and Sunil Kukreja (eds), Discourses on the Beautiful Game. New Delhi, Ashwin-Anoka Press, 2007, 163-188.

“Theoretical perspectives in the study of sport” (with C. Collins), in C. Collins and S. Jackson (eds.), Sport in Aotearoa/New Zealand Society, 2nd edition, Albany, New Zealand, Thomson, 2007, 23-50.

“Health and Sport”, in G. Ritzer (ed) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Malden, MA and Oxford, Blackwell, vol. 5, 2007, 2091-95.

“A história recente do uso de drogas nos esportes: a caminho de uma compreensão sociológia”, in Ademir Gebara and Luiz Alberto Pilatti (eds) Ensais sobre história e sociologia nos esportes, Coleção Norbert Elias, Fontoura, Brazil, 2006, vol. 2, 13-44. 

“The development of doping and doping control in Britain”, in G. Spitzer (ed) Doping and Doping Control in Europe, Meyer and Meyer Sport, Aachen, 2006, 115-144.

“Changing patterns of drug use in British sport from the1960s”, in P. Dimeo (ed), Drugs, Sport and Alcohol, London, Routledge, 2006, 119-143.

“Introduction: pain and injury in sport” (with S. Loland and B. Skirstad), in S. Loland, B. Skirstad and I. Waddington (eds.), Pain and Injury in Sport: Social and Ethical Analysis, London, Routledge, 2006, 1-13

“Ethical problems in the medical management of sports injuries: A case study of English professional football”, in S. Loland, B. Skirstad and I. Waddington (eds.), Pain and Injury in Sport: Social and Ethical Analysis, London, Routledge, 2006, 182-199.

“Sport in the community schemes for young people at risk: do they work? The UK experience”(with Andrew Smith) in T. Hoikkala, P. Hakkarainen & S. Laine, (eds.), Beyond Health Literacy. Youth Cultures, Prevention and Policy. Finnish Youth Research Network/Finnish Youth Research Society, publications 52 & Stakes, Helsinki, 2005, 355-371.

“Occupational closure and the 1858 Medical Act”, in D. Brunton (ed), Health, Disease and Society in Europe 1800-1930, Manchester, Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, 2004, 90-94.

“Doping in sport: some issues for medical practitioners”, in J. Hoberman and V. Moller  (eds), Doping and Public Policy, University Press of Southern Denmark, 2004, 31-44

“Sport, health and public policy”, in K. Young (ed), Sporting Bodies, Damaged Selves: Sociological Studies of Sports-Related Injury, Research in the Sociology of Sport, volume 2, Elsevier Science Press, Oxford, 2004, 287-307.

“Introduction: history, sociology and the sociology of sport: the work of Norbert Elias” (with E. Dunning and D. Malcolm), in E. Dunning, D. Malcolm and I Waddington (eds), Sport Histories: Figurational Studies in the Development of Modern Sport, Routledge, London and New York, 2004, 1-14.

“Conclusion: figurational sociology and the development of modern sport” (with E. Dunning and D. Malcolm), in E. Dunning, D. Malcolm and I Waddington (eds), Sport Histories: Figurational Studies of the Development of Modern Sport, Routledge, London and New York, 2004,191-206.

“Sport and welfare in Britain” (with S. Dopson), in K. Heinemann (ed), Sport and Welfare: Six European Case Studies, Verlag Karl Hofmann, Schorndorf, 2003, 87-137.

“Doping in sport: towards a sociological understanding”, in E. Dunning and D. Malcolm (eds), Sport: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Vol. 4, Routledge, London and New York, 2003, 433-455.

“Violence in the British civilizing process” (with E. Dunning and P. Murphy), in E. Dunning and S. Mennell (eds), Norbert Elias, vol. II, 5-34, Sage, London, 2003.

“Drugs in sport: some neglected aspects” (with E. Dunning), in E. Dunning and S. Mennell (eds), Norbert Elias, vol. IV, 227-240, Sage, London, 2003.

 “Towards a sociological understanding of football hooliganism as a world phenomenon” (with E. Dunning and P. Murphy) in E. Dunning, P. Murphy, I. Waddington and A. Astrinakis (eds), Fighting Fans: Football Hooliganism as a World Phenomenon, University College Dublin Press, 2002, 1-22.

“Towards a global programme of research into fighting and disorder at football” (with E. Dunning and P. Murphy) in E. Dunning, P. Murphy, I. Waddington and A. Astrinakis (eds), Fighting Fans: Football Hooliganism as a World Phenomenon, University College Dublin Press, 2002, 218-224.

“Drugs in sport: some neglected issues” (with E. Dunning), in M. R. Friederici, H-D. Horch & M. Schubert (eds.), Sport, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, Verlag Karl Hofmann, Schorndorf, 2002, 39-51.

“Doping in sport: a medical sociological perspective”, in Research in Doping in Sport, Norwegian Research Council, Oslo, 2001, 11-21.

"Sport and health: a sociological perspective", in E. Dunning and J. Coakley (eds), Handbook of Sports Studies, Sage, London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi, 2000, 408-421.

"Figurational sociology and its application to sport" (with P Murphy and K Sheard), in E. Dunning and J. Coakley (eds), Handbook of Sports Studies, Sage, London, Thousand Oaks, New  Delhi, 2000, 92-105.

“Sports medicine”, in R. Cox, G. Jarvie & W. Vamplew (eds), Encyclopedia of British Sport, ABC-CLIO, Oxford, Santa Barbara, Denver, 2000, 374-5.

"The people's game? Football spectatorship and demographic change" (with D. Malcolm and I. Jones) in J. Garland, D. Malcolm and M. Rowe (eds), The Future of Football, Cass, London, Portland Or., 2000, 129-143.

"Theoretical perspectives in the study of sport" (with C. Collins), in C. Collins (ed), Sport in New Zealand Society, Dunmore Press, Palmerston North, NZ, 2000, 15-44.

"Sport und Gesundheit: Eine soziologische Analyse", in A. Rütten (ed), Public health und Sport, Verlag Stephanie Naglschmid, Stuttgart, 1998, 91-114.

"Professions", in A. Kuper and J. Kuper (eds): The Social Science Encyclopedia, 2nd. Edition, Routledge, London and New York, 1996, 677-8.

 

"Drugs, sport and ideologies", (with P. Murphy), in E. Dunning and C. Rojek (eds): Sport and Leisure in the Civilizing Process: Critique and Counter Critique, Macmillan, Basingstoke and London, 1992, 36-64.

"Violent Disorders in Twentieth Century Britain" (with E. Dunning, P. Murphy and T Newburn) in G. Gaskell and R. Benewick (eds), The Crowd in Contemporary Britain, Sage, London, Beverley Hills, new Delhi, 1987, 19-75.

 

"Medicine, the Market and Professional Autonomy; Some Aspects of the Professionalization of Medicine", in W. Conza and J. Kocka (eds); Bildungsburgertum im 19 Jahrhundert, Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart, 1985, 388-416.

"Professions", in A. Kuper and J. Kuper (eds); The Social Science Encyclopaedia, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London and Boston, 1985, 650-651.

"General Practitioners and Consultants in Early Nineteenth Century England: The Sociology of an Intra-Professional Conflict", in J Woodward and D Richards (eds), Health Care and Popular Medicine, Croom Helm, London, 1977, 164-188.

 

Research reports

Managing Injuries in Professional Football: the Roles of the Club Doctor and Physiotherapist. A Report prepared for the Professional Footballers Association (with M. Roderick and G. Parker), CRSS, University of Leicester, 1999, 68 pp. [Reviewed in Auto/Biography, 8 (1-2), 2000, 108-9; Soccer and Society, 1 (2), 2000, 197-8.]

Player Welfare. A Survey of the views of Senior Intercounty Gaelic Footballers & Hurlers. A Report Commissioned by the Gaelic Players Association, (with C. Hooper and F. McVeigh), Centre for Sports Studies, School of Health and Population Studies, University College Dublin, 2005.