Stuart Whigham
Stuart Whigham
Senior Lecturer in Sport, Coaching and Physical Education, Oxford Brookes University
Verified email at brookes.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
‘Anyone but England’? Exploring anti-English sentiment as part of Scottish national identity in sport
S Whigham
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 49 (2), 152-174, 2014
272014
‘Sport for Yes’? The role of sporting issues in pro-independence political discourse during the Scottish independence referendum campaign
S Whigham, A May
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 2017
42017
The SNP, Scottish Labour and Glasgow 2014 – contrasting political narratives of the 2014 Commonwealth Games
S Whigham
Scottish Affairs 26 (3), 271-296, 2017
42017
Analysing sport policy and politics: the promises and challenges of synthesising methodological approaches
S Whigham, A Bairner
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 10 (4), 721-740, 2018
32018
Internal migration, sport and the Scottish diaspora in England
S Whigham
Leisure Studies 34 (4), 438-456, 2015
32015
Sport and the Scottish Diaspora.
A Bairner, S Whigham
Edinburgh University Press, 2014
22014
“Més Que Un Joc?”: Sport and Contemporary Political Nationalism in Scotland and Catalonia
S Whigham, H Lopez-Gonzalez, X Ramon
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 43 (3), 219-244, 2019
12019
The ‘Auld Enemy’? Exploring the England vs. Scotland rivalry from the perspective of soccer fans
S Whigham, T Gibbons
Soccer & Society 19 (5-6), 673-686, 2018
12018
‘Team GB’or ‘Team Scotland’? Media representations of ‘Britishness’ and ‘Scottishness’ at London 2012 and Glasgow 2014
J Black, S Whigham
Journalism, 1464884917736002, 2017
12017
Sending ‘Proud Edward’s Army’ tae think again: a Scottish perspective on the quest for an English identity in sport
S Whigham
Sport and English National Identity in a ‘Disunited Kingdom', 170-183, 2017
12017
The politics of the Commonwealth Games
S Whigham
The Routledge Handbook of Sport and Politics, 507-519, 2017
12017
The Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games and Scottish independence:“political truce” or political truth (s)?
SJ Whigham
12014
London 2012, Glasgow 2014 and athletes as political symbols–the precarious positioning of athletes within the evolving contemporary politics of the United Kingdom.
S Whigham, J Black
European Journal for Sport and Society., 2019
2019
Reproduction in physical education, society and culture: the physical education curriculum and stratification of social class in England
S Whigham, M Hobson, J Batten, AJ White
Sport, Education and Society, 1-14, 2019
2019
Populism, Right-wing Politics and Sport in Europe
G Molnar, S Whigham
2019
Where extremes meet: Sport, nationalism, and secessionism in Catalonia and Scotland
M Vaczi, A Bairner, S Whigham
Nations and Nationalism, 2019
2019
Nationalism, party political discourse and Scottish independence: comparing discursive visions of Scotland's constitutional status
S Whigham
Nations and Nationalism, 2019
2019
Sport and the push for'Empire 2.0': the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the media
S Whigham, J Black
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 1-3, 2018
2018
Glasgow 2014, the media and Scottish politics: The (post) imperial symbolism of the Commonwealth Games
S Whigham, J Black
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 20 (2), 360-378, 2018
2018
'Where Anything Is Possible'-promotional and political narratives of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
C Richards, S Whigham
PSA Annual Conference 2018: Sport, Policy and Politics: Interdisciplinary …, 2018
2018
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