Lyndsay Hayhurst


Articles Published in Refereed Journals

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Thorpe, H., Hayhurst, L.M.C. & Chawansky, M. (Forthcoming). ‘Once my relatives see me on social media it will be very bad’: The Ethics of Organizational Representations of Sporting Girls from the Global South. Sociology of Sport Journal.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (Forthcoming). Image-ining Resistance: Using Postcolonial Feminist Participatory Action Research and Visual Research Methods in Sport for Development and Peace. Third World Thematics.

Hayhurst, L.M.C., Sundstrom, L. & Arksey, E. (Forthcoming). Navigating Norms: Charting Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Sexual Health Rights through Global-Local Sport for Development and Peace Relations in Nicaragua. Sociology of Sport Journal.

Gardham, K., Giles, A. & Hayhurst, L.M.C. (Forthcoming). Sport for Development for Aboriginal Youth in Canada: A Scoping Review. Journal of Sport for Development.

Gardham, K., Giles, A. & Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2017). Understanding the privatization of funding for sport for development in the Northwest Territories: A Foucauldian analysis. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. doi: 10.1080/19406940.2017.1310742.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. & Szto, C. (2016). Corporatizating activism through sport-focused social justice?: Investigating Nike’s Corporate Responsibility initiatives in Sport for Development and Peace.  Journal of Sport & Social Issues.

Darnell, S.C., Chawansky, M., Marchessault, D., Holmes, M. and Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2016). The State of Play: Critical sociological insights into recent 'Sport for Development and Peace' research. International Review for the Sociology of Sport.doi:10.1177/1012690216646762

Hayhurst, L.M.C., Giles, A.R. & Wright, J. (2016). Biopedagogies and Indigenous Knowledge: Examining Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) for Indigenous Young Women in Canada and Australia. Sport, Education & Society. doi: 10.1080/13573322.2015.1110132.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2016). Sport for Development and Peace: A Call for Transnational, Multi-Sited, Postcolonial Feminist Research.Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health. doi: 10.1080/2159676X.2015.1056824.

Hayhurst, L.M.C., Giles, A.R., Radforth, W. & The Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society (2015). “I want to come here to prove them wrong”: Using a Postcolonial Feminist Participatory Action Research (PFPAR) approach to studying Sport, Gender and Development programs for urban Indigenous young women. Sport in Society. doi: 10.1080/17430437.2014.997585.

Hayhurst, L.M.C., MacNeill, M., Kidd, B. & Knoppers, A. (2014). Gender-based violence and Sport for Development and Peace: Questions, concerns and cautions emerging from Uganda. Women’s Studies International Forum, 47, 157-167.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2014). The Girl Effect and martial arts: Exploring social entrepreneurship and Sport, Gender and Development in Uganda. Gender, Place & Culture, 21(3), 297-315. doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2013.802674.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. & Giles, A.R. (2013). Private and moral authority, self-determination, and the ‘domestic transfer objective:’ Foundations for understanding Sport for Development and Peace in Aboriginal communities in    Canada. Sociology of Sport Journal,30, 504-519.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2013). Girls as the ‘new’ agents of social change? Exploring the ‘Girl Effect’ through Sport, Gender and Development programs in Uganda. Sociological Research Online (Special Issue: Modern Girlhoods), 18(2).

Darnell, S.C. & Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2012). Hegemony, resistance, postcolonialism, and Sport-for Development: A response to Lindsey & Grattan. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 4(1), 111-124.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2011). Corporatising sport, gender and development: Postcolonial IR feminisms, transnational private governance and Global Corporate Social Engagement (GCSE). Third World Quarterly, 32(3), 531-549.

Darnell, S. C. & Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2011). Sport for Decolonization: Exploring a new praxis of sport for development. Progress in Development Studies, 11(3), 183-196.

Hayhurst, L.M.C., Wilson, B. & Frisby, W. (2011). Navigating neoliberal networks: Transnational Internet platforms in Sport for Development and Peace. International Review for the Sociology of Sport46(3), 315-329.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. & Frisby, W. (2010). Inevitable tensions: Swiss and Canadian sport for development NGO perspectives on partnerships with high perfor mance sport. European Sport Management Quarterly, 10(1), 75-96.

Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2009). The power to shape policy: Charting sport for development and peace policy discourses. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 1(2)203 – 227.

Wilson, B. & Hayhurst, L.M.C. (2009). Digital activism: Neoliberalism, the Internet, and sport for youth development. Sociology of Sport Journal, 26 (1), 155-181.