Published Research

Selected Recent Publications:


Bright, C. & Molnár, G. (2023). Neo-tribes in a Type One Diabetes Football Online Community. In: Roberts, W., Whigham, S., Parnell, D., & Culvin, A. (eds.), Critical Social Theory and Football. Routledge.

Thomas, G., Devine, K., & Molnár, G. (2023). Experiences and Perceptions of Women Strength and Conditioning Coaches: A Scoping Review, International Sport Coaching Journal10(1), 78-90.

Richardson, E. V., Nagata, S., Hall, C., & Akimoto, S. (in press). A proposition for cultural praxis in critical disability studies. A methodological design for inclusive research. Quest, DOI:  10.1080/00336297.2023.2188600

Richardson, E. V., Nagata, S., Hall, C., Akimoto, S., Barber, L., & Sawae, Y. (2023). Developing a socially-just research agenda for inclusive physical education in Japan. Quest.


Molnár, G. (2022). Sport, Labour and Migration. In: Wenner, L. (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Sport and Society. Oxford University Press. 

Molnár, G. & Bullingham, R. (eds.) (2022). Routledge Handbook of Politics of Gender in Sport and Physical Activity. Oxon: Routledge. 

Renfree, G, Burgess, B, and Jones, V. (2022) Educating Generation Z about issues relating to Gender Equality in the governance and leadership of sport in the UK. In: Gender Equity in UK Sport Leadership and Governance. Emerald Studies in Sport and Gender. Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley.

Adamson, B., Adamson, M., Clarke, C., Richardson, E. V., & Sydnor, S. (Joint first authors) (2022). Social justice through sport and exercise studies: A manifesto. Journal of Sport and Social Issues46(5), 407-444.

Silveira, S. L., Richardson, E. V., & Motl, R. W. (2022). Wellness interventions among persons with spinal cord injury. Cellular, Molecular, Physiological, and Behavioral Aspects of Spinal Cord Injury. Elseveir

Silveira, S. L., Richardson, E. V., & Motl, R. W. (2022). Desired recourse for changing diet among persons with multiple sclerosis. Qualitative inquiry informing future dietary interventions. International Journal of Multiple Sclerosis Care.

Spencer, N. & Molnár, G. (2022). Whose Knowledge Counts in Adapted Physical Activity Research? Quest, 74(1): 1-16


Edwards, C., Molnar, G., & Tod, D. (2021). Searching for ontological security: women’s experiences leading to high drive for muscularity. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 14 (4), 609-627. 

Richardson, E. V., Fifolt, M., Barstow, E., & Motl, R. W. (2021). Models and materials for exercise promotion in comprehensive multiple sclerosis care: Completion of the ‘Exercise in Medicine’ development process. International Journal of Multiple Sclerosis Care.