Jenny McMahon
Jenny McMahon
Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of Tasmania
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‘Body practices—exposure and effect of a sporting culture?’Stories from three Australian swimmers
J McMahon, D Penney, M Dinan-Thompson
Sport, education and society 17 (2), 181-206, 2012
‘Body work—regulation of a swimmer body’: an autoethnography from an Australian elite swimmer
J McMahon, M DinanThompson
Sport, education and society 16 (1), 35-50, 2011
A malleable body: revelations from an elite Australian swimmer
J McMahon, M Dinan Thompson
ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal 55 (1), 23, 2008
Child abuse and future criminality: The role of social service placement, family disorganization, and gender
J McMahon, J Clay-Warner
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 17 (9), 1002-1019, 2002
(Self-) surveillance and (self-) regulation: living by fat numbers within and beyond a sporting culture
JA McMahon, D Penney
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 5 (2), 157-178, 2013
Body pedagogies, coaching and culture: three Australian swimmers’ lived experiences
J McMahon, D Penney
Physical education and sport pedagogy 18 (3), 317-335, 2013
Empowering swimmers and their bodies in and through research
J McMahon, D Penney
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 3 (2), 130-151, 2011
Exposure and effect: An investigation into a culture of body pedagogies
J McMahon
Structuring the Thesis, 243-250, 2018
Sporting parents on the pool deck: living out a sporting culture?
JA McMahon, D Penney
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 7 (2), 153-169, 2015
Mentoring in coaching: the means of correct training? An autoethnographic exploration of one Australian swimming coach’s experiences
C Zehntner, JA McMahon
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 6 (4), 596-616, 2014
Mother runners in the blogosphere: A discursive psychological analysis of online recreational athlete identities
KR McGannon, J McMahon, CA Gonsalves
Psychology of sport and exercise 28, 125-135, 2017
Slim to win: An ethnodrama of three elite swimmers’‘presentation of self’in relation to a dominant cultural ideology
J McMahon, KR McGannon, C Zehntner
Sociology of sport journal 34 (2), 108-123, 2017
Assimilating to a boy’s body shape for the sake of performance: three female athletes’ body experiences in a sporting culture
J McMahon, N Barker-Ruchti
Sport, Education and Society 22 (2), 157-174, 2017
High-performance sport, learning and culture: new horizons for sport pedagogues?
D Penney, J McMahon
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 21 (1), 81-88, 2016
The use of narrative in coach education: The effect on short-and long-term practice
J McMahon
Sports Coaching Review 2 (1), 33-48, 2013
Re-immersing into elite swimming culture: A meta-autoethnography by a former elite swimmer
J McMahon, K McGannon
Sociology of sport journal 34 (3), 223-234, 2017
Whose stories matter? Re-vising, reflecting and re-discovering a researcher's embodied experience as a narrative inquirer
J McMahon, KR McGannon
Sport, education and society 21 (1), 96-113, 2016
The lived and living bodies of two health and physical education tertiary educators: how embodied consciousness highlighted the importance of their bodies in their teaching …
JA McMahon, HE Huntly
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 38 (4), 3, 2013
The impact of a coaching/sporting culture on one coach's identity: How narrative became a useful tool in reconstructing coaching ideologies
C Zehntner, J McMahon
Sports Coaching Review 3 (2), 145-161, 2014
Using narrative as a tool to locate and challenge pre service teacher bodies in health and physical education
JA McMahon, D Penney
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