Publications-Brian

BOOKS (AUTHORED)

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2016). The Greening of Golf: Sport, Globalization and the Environment. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Wilson, Brian. (2012). Sport & Peace: A Sociological Perspective. Toronto: Oxford University Press. ‘Honourable Mention’ in the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Outstanding Book Competition.

Wilson Brian. (2006). Fight, Flight, or Chill: Subcultures, Youth, and Rave into the 21st Century. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

BOOKS (EDITED)

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (Eds.) (2020). Sport and the Environment: Politics and Preferred Futures. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Scherer, Jay & Wilson Brian. (Eds.) (2020). Sport and Physical Culture in Canadian Society. Toronto: Pearson.

Film/Documentary

Yoon, Liv, Wilson, Brian. & Wade, Jordan. (StoryHero Media). (2018). Mount Gariwang: An Olympic Casualty (Documentary film – a production associated with the Centre for Sport and Sustainability, the School of Kinesiology, and StoryHero Media). Film credits and publicity page here. Watch film and see details for project here. Korean version, released in 2019, available here.

PUBLICATIONS BY YEAR (BOOKS, CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES)

2020 to present

Ardizzi, M., Wilson, B., Hayhurst, L., & Otte, J. (2021). “People Still Believe a Bicycle Is for a Poor Person”: Features of “Bicycles for Development” Organizations in Uganda and Perspectives of Practitioners. Sociology of Sport Journal, 38(1), 36-49.

Steinmann, Jeanette, Wilson, Brian, McSweeney, Mitchell, Bandoles, Emerald, & Hayhurst. Lyndsay M.C.. (2021). An Exploration of Safe Space: From a Youth Bicycle Program to the Road. Sociology of Sport Journal. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1123/ssj.2020-0155.

McSweeney, M., Millington, B., Hayhurst, L., Wilson, B., Ardizzi, M., & Otte, J. (2021). ‘The bike breaks down. What are they going to do?’Actor-networks and the Bicycles for Development movement. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 56(2), 194-211.

McSweeney, M., Hayhurst, L., Wilson, B., Bandoles, E., & Leung, K. (2021). Colliding mandates of social enterprises: exploring the financial strategies, environment, and social-market tensions of bicycles-for-development organizations. Sport Management Review, 1-24.

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (Eds.) (2020). Sport and the Environment: Politics and Preferred Futures. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (2020). Introducing a Sociological Approach to Sport, Environmental Politics and Preferred Futures (pp. 1-28). In Brian Wilson & Brad Millington (Eds.), Sport and the Environment: Politics and Preferred Futures. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Yoon, Liv & Wilson, Brian. (2020). Reflections on an attempt to do “environmental sports Journalism”: The behind-the scenes story of the documentary Mount Gariwang: An Olympic casualty (pp. 179-198). In Brian Wilson & Brad Millington (Eds.), Sport and the Environment: Politics and Preferred Futures. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Weedon, G., & Wilson, B. (2020). Textbook journalism? Objectivity, education and the professionalization of sports reporting. Journalism, 21(10), 1375-1400.

Scherer, Jay & Wilson Brian. (Eds.) (2020). Sport and Physical Culture in Canadian Society. Toronto: Pearson.

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad (2020). Sport and the Environment. In Jay Scherer & Brian Wilson (Eds.), Sport and Physical Culture in Canadian Society (pp. 330-354). Toronto: Pearson.

Wilson, Brian & Scherer, Jay (2020). Sport and the Future. In Jay Scherer & Brian Wilson (Eds.), Sport and Physical Culture in Canadian Society (pp. 355-376). Toronto: Pearson.

Scherer, Jay, Wilson, Brian, and Crossman, Jane. (2020). Perspectives on Sport and Physical Culture in Canada. In Jay Scherer & Brian Wilson (Eds.), Sport and Physical Culture in Canadian Society (pp. 1-24). Toronto: Pearson.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2020). Golf, the Environment and Development. In. S. Darnell & R. Millington (Eds.), Sport, Development and Environmental Sustainability (pp. 35-50). New York: Routledge.

2019

Wilson, Brian & Van Luijk, Nicolien. (2019). Covering protest at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics: A peace journalism inspired analysis. Sociology of Sport Journal, 36(1), 32-47. (Note: Article was ‘Runner-Up’ in the Sociology of Sport Journal’s Outstanding Article Competition).

Yoon, Liv & Wilson, Brian. (2019). Journalism, Environmental Issues, and Sport Mega-Events: A Study of South Korean Media Coverage of the Mount Gariwang Development for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic & Paralympic Games. Communication and Sport, 7(6), 699-728.

2018

Forde, Shawn & Wilson, Brian (2018). Radical Sports Journalism?: Reflections on ‘Alternative’ Approaches to Covering Sport-Related Social Issues. Sociology of Sport Journal, 35(1), 66-76.

Weedon, G., Wilson, B., Yoon, L., Lawson, S. (2018). Where’s all the ‘good’ sports journalism?: Sports media research, the sociology of sport, and the question of quality sports reporting. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 53(6), pp. 639 – 667.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2018). A Wake-Up Call? Donald Trump, Sport, and Sustainable Development. The Society Pages. Article link: https://thesocietypages.org/engagingsports/2018/11/08/a-wake-up-call-donald-trump-sport-and-sustainable-development/

2017

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2017). Contested Terrain and Terrain that Contests: Donald Trump, Golf’s Environmental Politics, and a Challenge to Anthropocentrism in Physical Cultural Studies. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 52(8), 910-923.

Waldman, Devra. & Wilson, Brian (2017). Behind the scenes of sport for development: Perspectives of executives of multinational sport organizations. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 52(6), 651-674.

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (2017). Sport, the Environment, and Physical Cultural Studies. In M. Silk, D. L. Andrews & H. Thorpe (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Physical Cultural Studies (pp. 333-343). New York: Routledge.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2017). The Masters Golf Tournament: Media Mega-Event, the Environment and the Emergence of Augusta National Syndrome. In A. Billings & L. Wenner (Eds.), Sport, Media and Mega-Events (pp. 142-155). London: Routledge.

2016

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2016). The Greening of Golf: Sport, Globalization and the Environment. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Yoon, Liv & Wilson, Brian. (2016). ‘Nice Korea, naughty Korea’: Media framings of North Korea and the inter-Korean relationship in the London 2012 Olympic Games. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 51(5), 505-528.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2016). An unexceptional exception: Pesticides, golf and environmental regulation in Canada. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 51(4), 446-467.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2016). Media Research: From Text to Context. In B. Smith & A. Sparkes (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise (pp. 152-163). New York: Routledge.

2015

Wilson, Brian, Van Luijk, Nicolien, & Boit, Mike. (2015). When Celebrity Athletes are ‘Social Movement Entrepreneurs’: A Study of the Role of Elite Runners in Run-for- Peace Events in Post-conflict Kenya in 2008. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(8), 929-957.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2015). Golf and the environmental politics of modernization. Geoforum. (Published ‘Online First’, DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.08.013)

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (2015). Sport and Environmentalism. In R. Giulianotti (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Sport (pp. 366-376). New York: Routledge.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2015, July 17). Eco-friendly golf means not worrying if the grass is greener on the other course. The Conversation. Article link: https://theconversation.com/eco-friendly-golf-means-not-worrying-if-the-grass-is-greener-on-the-other-course-44688

2014

Wilson, Brian. (2014). Middle-Walkers: Negotiating Middle Ground on the Shifting Terrain of Sport, Peace and Development. In K. Young & Chaiki Okada (Eds.), Sport and Social Development (pp. 19-43). Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Wilson, Brian. (2014). Sport and the Future. In J. Crossman & Jay Scherer (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Canadian Sport and Physical Activity (pp. 320-342) Toronto: Pearson.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2014). The Masters of Nature: Golf, Non-humans, and Consumer Culture. In J. Gillett & M. Gilbert (Eds.), Sport, Animals & Society (52-66). New York: Routledge.

2013

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2013). Super Intentions: Golf Course Management and the Evolution of Environmental Responsibility. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(3), 450-475.

Falls, Dominique & Wilson, Brian. (2013). ‘Reflexive modernity’ and the transition experiences of female university athletes. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 48(5) 572-593.

Wilson, Brian & Millington, Brad. (2013). Sport, Ecological Modernization, and the Environment. In D. Andrews & B. Carrington (Eds.), A Companion to Sport (Wiley-Blackwell Companions to Cultural Studies) (pp. 129-142). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

Wilson, Brian. (2013). Ethnography, the Internet, and Youth Culture: Strategies for Examining Social Resistance and “Online-Offline” Relationships. In B. Smart, K. Peggs & J. Burridge (Eds.), Observation Methods (Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods) (pp. 339-355). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Reprint of a 2006 article published originally in Canadian Journal of Education).

2012

Wilson, Brian. (2012). Sport & Peace: A Sociological Perspective. Toronto: Oxford University Press. ‘Honourable Mention’ in the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Outstanding Book Competition.

Wilson, Brian (2012). Growth and Nature: Reflections on Sport, Carbon Neutrality, and Ecological Modernization. In D. Andrews & M. Silk (Eds.), Sport and Neo-Liberalism: Politics, Consumption, and Culture (pp. 90-108). Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2012). Media analysis in physical cultural studies: From production to reception. In M. Atkinson & K. Young (Eds.), Qualitative methods in sport and physical culture (pp. 131-152). Bingley, UK: Emerald.

2011

Hayhurst, Lyndsay, Wilson, Brian, & Frisby, Wendy. (2011). Navigating neoliberal networks: Transnational Internet Platforms in Sport for Development and Peace. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 46(3), 315-329.

Wilson, Brian & Atkinson, Michael. (2011). Rave and Straightedge, the Virtual and the Real: Exploring On-line and Off-line Experiences in Canadian Youth Subcultures. In Chris Rojek (Ed.), Popular Music (Volume 4) (pp. 205-232). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Note: This is a reprint of a 2005 article published originally in Youth and Society).

Wilson, Brian & Jette, Shannon. (2011). Canadian Youth Culture: Consumption, Resistance, and Rave. N. Mandell & A. Duffy (Eds.), Canadian Families: Diversity, Conflict and Change (4th Edition) (pp. 61-85). Toronto, ON: Nelson. (Note: This is an updated and revised version of chapter published in previous edition of this book in 2005).

2010

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2010). Context Masculinities: Media Consumption, Physical Education, and Youth Identities. American Behavioral Scientist, 53(11), 1669-1688.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2010). Media Consumption and the Contexts of Physical Culture: Methodological Reflections on a “Third Generation” Study of Media Audiences. Sociology of Sport Journal, 27(1), 30-53.

Millington, Brad & Wilson, Brian. (2010). Consuming Media, Constructing Masculinities: A Study of Youth Audiences and Physical Education in ‘Reflexively Modern’ Times. In M. Kehler & M. Atkinson (Eds.), Boys’ Bodies (pp. 91-112). New York: Peter Lang. (Note: This is a revised version of journal article published previously in American Behavioral Scientist)

2009

Wilson, Brian & Hayhurst, Lyndsay. (2009). Digital Activism: Neo-Liberalism, the Internet, and ‘Sport for Youth Development’. Sociology of Sport Journal, 26(1), 155-181. (Note: Article was ‘Runner-Up’ in the Sociology of Sport Journal’s Outstanding Article Competition).

Wilson, Brian (2009). Ethnography, the Internet, and Youth Culture: Strategies for Examining Social Resistance and “Online Offline” Relationships. In M. Srinivasan & R. Mathur (Eds.), Ethnography and the Internet: An Exploration (pp. 14-34). Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta, India: ICFAI University Press. (Note: Reprint of 2006 article published originally in Canadian Journal of Education)

2008

Wilson, Brian (2008). Believe the Hype?: The Impacts of the Internet on Sport-Related Subcultures. In M. Atkinson & K. Young (Eds.), Tribal Play: Sport, Subcultures and Countercultures (pp. 135-152). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.

Millington, Brad, Vertinsky, Patricia, Boyle, Ellexis and Wilson, Brian. (2008) Making Chinese-Canadian masculinities in Vancouver’s physical education curriculum. Sport, Education and Society, 13(2), 195-214.

2007

Wilson, Brian. (2007). New Media, Social Movements, and Global Sport Studies: A Revolutionary Moment and the Sociology of Sport. Sociology of Sport Journal, 24(4), 457-477.

Jette, Shannon, Wilson, Brian, & Sparks, Robert. (2007). Female Youth Interpretations of Smoking in Film. Qualitative Health Research, 17(3), 323-339.

Wilson, Brian. (2007). Oppression is the Message: Media, Sport, Spectacle and Gender. In P. White & K. Young (Eds.), Sport and Gender in Canada (2nd Edition) (pp. 212-233). Toronto, ON: Oxford University Press.

2006

Wilson Brian. (2006). Fight, Flight, or Chill: Subcultures, Youth, and Rave into the 21st Century. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Wilson, Brian. (2006). Ethnography, The Internet and Youth Culture: Strategies for Examining Social Resistance and ‘Online-Offline’ Relationships. Canadian Journal of Education, 29(1), 307-328.

Darnell, Simon & Wilson, Brian. (2006). Macho media: Unapologetic hypermasculinity in Vancouver’s ‘talk radio for guys’. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 50(3), 444-466.

Wilson, Brian. (2006). Selective Memory In A Global Culture: Reconsidering Links Between Youth, Hockey and Canadian Identity. In R. Gruneau & D. Whitson (Eds.), Artificial Ice: Hockey, Culture, and Commerce (pp. 53-70). Peterborough, ON: Broadview/Garamond Press.

Greenberg, Joshua & Wilson, Brian. (2006). Youth Violence, Moral Panic, and the Canadian Media: News Coverage of School Shootings in the United States and Canada. In P. Attallah & L. Regan Shade (Eds.), Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication (pp. 95-113). Toronto, ON: Thomson/Nelson.

Sabiston, Catherine & Wilson, Brian. (2006). Britney, the Body and the Blurring of Popular Cultures: A case study of music videos, gender, a transcendent celebrity, and health issues. In L. Fuller (Ed.), Sport, Rhetoric, and Gender: Historical Perspectives and Media Representations (pp. 199-210). New York: Palgrave.

2005

Wilson, Brian & Atkinson, Michael. (2005). Rave and Straightedge, the Virtual and the Real: Exploring On-line and Off-line Experiences in Canadian Youth Subcultures. Youth & Society, 36(3), 276-311.

Wilson, Brian. (2005). Race, representation, and the promotional culture of the NBA: The Canadian Case. In S. Jackson & D. Andrews (Eds.), Sport, Culture, and Advertising: Identities, Commodities and the Politics of Representation (pp. 100-118). New York, NY: Routledge.

Wilson, Brian & Jette, Shannon. (2005). Interpreting the Cultural Activities of Canadian Youth. N. Mandell & A. Duffy (Eds.), Canadian Families: Diversity, Conflict and Change, 3rd Edition (pp. 64-86). Toronto, ON: Nelson.

2004

Carrington, Ben & Wilson, Brian. (2004). Dance Nation: Rethinking Youth Subcultural Theory. In A. Bennett & K. Harris (Eds.), After Subculture: Critical Studies of Contemporary Youth Culture (pp. 65-78). New York: Palgrave.

2003

Wilson, Brian & White, Phil. (2003). Urban Sanctuary: Youth Culture in a Recreation/Drop-in Centre. In R. Wilcox, D. Andrews, R. Pitter, & R. Irwin (Eds.) Sporting Dystopias: The Making and Meaning of Urban Sport and Cultures (pp. 153-178) Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

2002

Wilson, Brian. (2002). The Canadian Rave Scene and Five Theses on Youth Resistance. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 27(3), 373-412.

Wilson, Brian. (2002). The “Anti-Jock” Movement: Reconsidering Youth Resistance, Masculinity and Sport Culture in the Age of the Internet. Sociology of Sport Journal, 19(2), 207-234.

Wilson, Brian & White, Phil. (2002). “Revive the Pride”: Social Process, Political Economy and a Fan-Based Grassroots Movement. Sociology of Sport Journal, 19(2), 119-148.

Atkinson, Michael & Wilson, Brian. (2002). Subcultures, Bodies and Sport. In J. Maguire & K. Young (Eds.), Theory, Sport and Society (pp. 375-395). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.

Carrington, Ben & Wilson, Brian. (2002). Global clubcultures: Cultural flows and ‘late modern’ dance music culture. In M. Ceislik & G. Pollock (Ed.), Young People in a Risk Society: The Restructuring of Youth Identities and Transitions in Late Modernity (pp. 74-99). Aldershot, Hampshire, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

2001

Wilson, Brian & White, Phil. (2001). Tolerance Rules: Identity, Resistance, and Negotiation in an Inner City Recreation/Drop in Center. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(1), 73-103.

Wilson, Brian, White, Phil, & Fisher, Karen. (2001). Multiple Identities in a Marginalized Culture: Female Youth In An “Inner City” Recreation/Drop-In Centre. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 25(3), 301-323.

Wilson, Brian & Sparks, Robert. (2001). Michael Jordan, Sneaker Commercials, and Canadian Youth Cultures. In D. Andrews (Ed.), Michael Jordan Inc.: Corporate Sport, Media Culture, and Late Modern America (pp. 217-255). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Carrington, Ben & Wilson, Brian. (2001, November—invited). One Continent Under a Groove: Rethinking the Politics of Youth Subcultural Theory. Soundscapes (on-line journal of media culture), 4, http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/. (Soundscapes is an international, online journal)

2000

Wilson, Brian. (2000). Book Review of ‘Sport and Postmodern Times’ by Genevieve Rail. International Journal of Sport History, 17(1), 211-214.

Wilson, Brian. (2000). Book Review of ‘Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We Are Afraid to Talk About It’ by Jon Entine. OLYMPIKA – International Journal of Olympic Studies, IX, 115-122.

1999

Wilson, Brian & Sparks, Robert. (1999). Impacts of Black Athlete Media Portrayals on Canadian Youth. Canadian Journal of Communication, 24(4), 589-627.

White, Phil & Wilson, Brian. (1999). Distinctions in the Stands: An Investigation of Bourdieu’s ‘Habitus’, Socio-Economic Status and Sport Spectatorship in Canada. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 34(3), 245-264.

Wilson, Brian. (1999). “Cool Pose” Incorporated: The Marketing of Black Masculinity in Canadian NBA Coverage. In P. White & K. Young (Eds.), Sport and Gender in Canada (pp. 232-253). Toronto, ON: Oxford University Press.

Wilson, Brian.  (1999). Cultural Studies, Postmodernism, and Symbolic Interactionist Ethnography:  Some Comments about Integration and Compatibility.  In W. Shaffir, D. Pawluch, & C. Miall (Eds.), Conference Proceedings for the First Annual Colloquium on Qualitative Research, 71-83.

1997

Wilson, Brian. (1997). “Good Blacks” and “Bad Blacks”: Media Constructions of African-American Athletes in Canadian Basketball. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 32(2), 177-189.

1996

Wilson, Brian & Sparks, Robert. (1996). “It’s Gotta Be the Shoes”: Youth, Race, and Sneaker Commercials. Sociology of Sport Journal, 13(4), 398-427.