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Sport Psychology as Cultural Praxis: Future Trajectories and Current Possibilities

  title={Sport Psychology as Cultural Praxis: Future Trajectories and Current Possibilities},
  author={T. Ryba},
In this paper, I argue for the development of a “sport psychology as cultural praxis” (Ryba & Wright, 2005) discourse that reflects the paradigmatic shift that I believe would provide a viable gateway for the entry of psychology of sport into the arena of (post)sport studies. I begin with an outline of future trajectories of the discipline and focus on a brief theoretical articulation of the intersection of applied sport psychology and cultural studies as one of the possible approaches to… Expand
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