Göran Gerdin
Göran Gerdin
Associate Professor, Linnaeus University
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The politics of pleasure: An ethnographic examination exploring the dominance of the multi-activity sport-based physical education model
G Gerdin, R Pringle
Sport, Education and Society 22 (2), 194-213, 2017
The productive effect of power:(dis) pleasurable bodies materialising in and through the discursive practices of boys’ physical education
G Gerdin, H Larsson
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 23 (1), 66-83, 2018
Caring teaching and the complexity of building good relationships as pedagogies for social justice in health and physical education
KM Moen, K Westlie, G Gerdin, W Smith, S Linnér, R Philpot, K Schenker, ...
Sport, Education and Society 25 (9), 1015-1028, 2020
Relative age effect in Swedish male and female tennis players born in 1998–2001
G Gerdin, M Hedberg, CA Hageskog
Sports 6 (2), 38, 2018
Conceptualising social justice–what constitutes pedagogies for social justice in HPE across different contexts?
K Schenker, S Linnér, W Smith, G Gerdin, K Mordal Moen, R Philpot, ...
Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education 10 (2), 126-140, 2019
Boys, bodies, and physical education: Problematizing identity, schooling, and power relations through a pleasure lens
G Gerdin
Routledge, 2017
It is only an intervention, but it can sow very fertile seeds: Graduate physical education teachers’ interpretations of critical pedagogy
G Gerdin, R Philpot, W Smith
Sport, Education and Society 23 (3), 203-215, 2018
Researching social justice and health (in) equality across different school health and physical education contexts in Sweden, Norway and New Zealand
G Gerdin, RA Philpot, L Larsson, K Schenker, S Linner, KM Moen, ...
European Physical Education Review 25 (1), 273-290, 2019
‘It's not like you are less of a man just because you don't play rugby'—boys' problematisation of gender during secondary school physical education lessons in New Zealand
G Gerdin
Sport, Education and Society 22 (8), 890-904, 2017
Critical Research in Sport, Health and Physical Education
R Pringle, H Larsson, G Gerdin
Routledge, 2018
The disciplinary and pleasurable spaces of boys’ PE–The art of distributions
G Gerdin
European Physical Education Review 22 (3), 315-335, 2016
School HPE: Its mandate, responsibility and role in educating for social cohesion
W Smith, R Philpot, G Gerdin, K Schenker, S Linnér, L Larsson, ...
Sport, Education and Society 26 (5), 500-513, 2021
Coaching and ethical self-creation: Problematizing the “efficient tennis machine”
G Gerdin, R Pringle, H Crocket
Sports Coaching Review 8 (1), 25-42, 2019
Exploring social justice pedagogies in health and physical education through Critical Incident Technique methodology
R Philpot, W Smith, G Gerdin, L Larsson, K Schenker, S Linnér, KM Moen, ...
European Physical Education Review 27 (1), 57-75, 2021
Social justice pedagogies in school health and physical education—building relationships, teaching for social cohesion and addressing social inequities
G Gerdin, L Larsson, K Schenker, S Linnér, K Mordal Moen, K Westlie, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (18), 6904, 2020
The enactment of social justice in HPE practice: how context (s) comes to matter
S Linnér, L Larsson, G Gerdin, R Philpot, K Schenker, K Westlie, ...
Sport, Education and Society 27 (3), 228-243, 2022
Challenging gendered inequalities in boys’ physical education through video-stimulated reflections
A Mooney, G Gerdin
Sport, Education and Society 23 (8), 761-772, 2018
A ‘culture of everyone doing it’and ‘playing games’–discourses of pleasure in boys’ physical education
G Gerdin
Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 7 (1), 55-75, 2016
Wanting to become PE teachers in Spain: connections between previous experiences and particular beliefs about school physical education and the development of professional …
G González-Calvo, G Gerdin, R Philpot, D Hortigüela-Alcalá
Sport, Education and Society 26 (8), 931-944, 2021
Boys Will Be Boys?
G Gerdin
Boys, Bodies, and Physical Education, 3-15, 2017
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