Feeling the way: Notes toward a haptic phenomenology of distance running and scuba diving

@article{AllenCollinson2011FeelingTW,
  title={Feeling the way: Notes toward a haptic phenomenology of distance running and scuba diving},
  author={Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and J. Hockey},
  journal={International Review for the Sociology of Sport},
  year={2011},
  volume={46},
  pages={330 - 345}
}
Along with a resurgence of interest in ‘the body’ within the social sciences generally over the last two decades, in recent years a corpus of sociological research specifically on sporting embodiment has started to develop. Calls have been made to analyse more fully and deeply the sensory dimension of the lived sporting body, including via phenomenological perspectives. This article contributes to this developing literature by bringing to bear insights derived from existential phenomenology on… Expand
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