Katherine Dashper
Katherine Dashper
Reader, School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Leeds Beckett University
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‘Dressage is full of queens!’Masculinity, sexuality and equestrian sport
K Dashper
Sociology 46 (6), 1109-1124, 2012
972012
Together, yet still not equal? Sex integration in equestrian sport
K Dashper
Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 3 (3), 213-225, 2012
702012
Tools of the trade or part of the family? Horses in competitive equestrian sport
K Dashper
Society & Animals 22 (4), 352-371, 2014
462014
Human-animal relationships in equestrian sport and leisure
K Dashper
Taylor & Francis, 2016
402016
Listening to horses: Developing attentive interspecies relationships through sport and leisure
K Dashper
Society & Animals 25 (3), 207-224, 2017
382017
Rural tourism: An international perspective
K Dashper
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015
382015
Revise, resubmit and reveal? An autoethnographer’s story of facing the challenges of revealing the self through publication
K Dashper
Current Sociology 63 (4), 511-527, 2015
342015
Getting better: An autoethnographic tale of recovery from sporting injury
K Dashper
Sociology of sport journal 30 (3), 323-339, 2013
332013
Strong, active women:(Re) doing rural femininity through equestrian sport and leisure
K Dashper
Ethnography 17 (3), 350-368, 2016
292016
Introduction: Diversity, equity and inclusion in sport and leisure
K Dashper, T Fletcher
Sport in Society 16 (10), 1227-1232, 2013
29*2013
‘Bring on the dancing horses!’: ambivalence and class obsession within British Media reports of the dressage at London 2012
T Fletcher, K Dashper
Sociological Research Online 18 (2), 118-125, 2013
212013
The promises and pitfalls of sex integration in sport and physical culture
A Channon, K Dashper, T Fletcher, RJ Lake
Sport in society 19 (8-9), 1111-1124, 2016
202016
Rural tourism: Opportunities and challenges
K Dashper
Rural Tourism: An International Perspective. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 1-16, 2014
202014
Sports events, society and culture
K Dashper, T Fletcher, N McCullough
Routledge, 2014
192014
Beyond the binary: Gender integration in British equestrian sport
KL Dashper
Gender and Equestrian Sport, 37-53, 2013
192013
Researching from the inside: Autoethnography and critical event studies
K Dashper
Critical event studies, 213-229, 2016
162016
Challenging the gendered rhetoric of success? The limitations of women‐only mentoring for tackling gender inequality in the workplace
K Dashper
Gender, Work & Organization 26 (4), 541-557, 2019
152019
Clothes make the rider? Equestrian competition dress and sporting identity
K Dashper, M St John
Annals of Leisure Research 19 (2), 235-250, 2016
152016
Moving beyond anthropocentrism in leisure research: Multispecies perspectives
K Dashper
Annals of Leisure Research 22 (2), 133-139, 2019
142019
Learning to Communicate: The Triad of (Mis) Communication in Horse Riding Lessons
K Dashper
The Meaning of Horses, 101-115, 2016
132016
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