Index

Neil Baxter (University of Warwick, UK)

Running, Identity and Meaning

ISBN: 978-1-80043-367-0, eISBN: 978-1-80043-366-3

Publication date: 30 June 2021

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Baxter, N. (2021), "Index", Running, Identity and Meaning (Emerald Studies in Sport and Gender), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 213-216. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-366-320210009

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Copyright © 2021 Neil Baxter. Published under an exclusive licence by Emerald Publishing Limited


INDEX

Active Lives Survey (ALS)
, 6, 27–30, 61–62, 144

disability and mental health
, 67

ethnicity
, 66

occupation and education
, 67–68

Adventure
, 11–12, 69–70, 85, 158

Age
, 31–32, 62, 66, 82, 84, 91–92, 151, 190

Athleticism
, 151

Athletics
, 6, 190

Amateur Athletic Club (AAC)
, 46

competitive
, 55–56

cultural capital
, 22–23

pedestrianism
, 45–46

Athletics track
, 43, 66, 146, 152

Authenticity
, 3–4, 155–156

pre-social
, 52–53

Big Running Survey (BRS)
, 6, 67–68, 91, 101, 103, 142, 152–153

data collection
, 26–28

economic and cultural capital
, 19

primary data analysis
, 71–88

Biopolitics
, 13–14, 37, 51, 94–95

Body
, 2–3, 5

Data in Big Running Survey
, 101–103

civilised
, 10

consciousness
, 9–10

disciplined
, 174–176

dissatisfaction
, 27

fascism
, 14–15, 94–95

maintenance
, 64–65

muscular
, 166–167

piercings
, 10–11

shaming
, 15–16, 23–24

shaping and training
, 9, 100, 107

youthful
, 53

Body projects
, 10–11, 106

Bourdieu
, 2–3, 6, 60, 125, 141, 169–170

fields and capitals
, 18–20

habitus and taste
, 18

lifestyle sport
, 11–12

occupation and education
, 67

running as field
, 21–22

social position
, 17–18

social reproduction
, 20–21

Capital

aesthetic
, 107

cultural. See Cultural capital

economic
, 22–23, 38, 85–86

existential
, 22–23

fields and
, 18–20

physical. See Physical capital

symbolic
, 113–114

Childhood
, 18, 65, 114–115, 118

Civilizing process
, 6, 36

Class
, 177, 179–180

gender and
, 6–7, 18

healthy lifestyle aesthetic
, 98–100

mental toughness and
, 137–138

middle
, 28–29, 55

occupational
, 84–86

reproduction
, 22–23, 67

ruling
, 49–50

social characteristics
, 160–161

upper
, 36–37

working
, 41–42

Club running
, 27–28, 69–70, 119, 146

Commercialisation
, 56, 163–164

Commuting
, 23–24, 128, 142

Competence
, 65

athletic
, 116

perceived
, 172

perceptions
, 183

personal
, 176–177

physical
, 120, 165–166

Competition
, 1, 22, 55, 115, 118, 173–174

international
, 48

physical
, 65

vs. self-care
, 79

Cultural capital
, 6–7, 45, 77, 172–173

existential capital
, 22–23

forms
, 20–21

high levels
, 85–86

social variables
, 86–88

Democratisation
, 7, 13, 68, 190–191

Diet
, 10–11, 73–74, 106, 125

Disability
, 67, 94–95

Discipline
, 2–3, 15, 125, 133

bodies
, 53, 174, 176

body shaming
, 15–16

masculinity
, 49–50

mind
, 176–177

training
, 113–114

Distinction
, 17–19, 60, 85–86, 133, 170

Doxa
, 20, 56, 181

Economic capital
, 1–2, 22–23, 38, 79–80, 141

class inequalities
, 98–99

social variables
, 86–88

Education
, 3–4, 28

occupation and
, 67–71

physical education (PE)
, 47–48, 116

private
, 118–119

social characteristics
, 160–161

social variables
, 62

upper-class
, 43–44

Elias
, 3, 10, 35–36, 175

Emotion
, 23, 36, 182–183

engagement
, 165

management
, 107–108

toughness and mind
, 135–136

Ethics
, 6–7, 32–33, 93, 154–155, 173–174

Ethnicity
, 6, 18, 66, 159, 179–180

Extreme sport
, 11–12, 158

Family
, 15, 39, 127, 142, 182–183

Fat
, 97, 100, 106, 175

Fell running
, 4–5, 12, 57–58, 65–66, 157, 178–179

Femininity
, 41, 65, 107

heteronormal
, 116

normative
, 117–118, 137

Feminisation
, 150, 180, 186

Field

capitals
, 18–20

competitive
, 114–124

depth interviews
, 29–30

doxa
, 21

new actors
, 55–56

physical capital
, 170–173

running
, 21–22

secondary data analysis
, 61–71

social
, 5, 20–21

time
, 35–37

Field of running
, 6, 80, 82, 102–103, 114, 141–142, 171

development
, 20–21

domination
, 50

mapping
, 72–74

multiple correspondence analysis (MCA)
, 25

Field of sport
, 61–71

Fitness
, 91–92, 139–140, 175

activities
, 62

apps
, 16

cardiovascular
, 149

functional
, 162

gendered embodiment
, 183–185

jogging
, 60

physical
, 14–15

Foucault
, 6–7, 10, 14, 35, 110

Gender
, 9–10, 12, 31–32, 92, 115, 118, 171

age and
, 62–66

body management
, 103–107

capital
, 130–131

ethnicity
, 6

identities
, 136

masculine
, 158

vs. running
, 185–186

social variables
, 82–84

Gentrification
, 187–189

Habitus
, 18, 120, 167

civilised
, 43

conservative
, 177

masculine
, 65

Half-marathon
, 72, 74, 122–123, 142, 183–184

Healthism
, 6, 15, 35, 97, 175

Healthy lifestyle
, 6–7, 12, 17, 94, 98, 100

Illusio
, 55, 113–114, 131, 172

Individualism
, 14, 53–54, 174

Interviews
, 5, 78, 95–96, 117, 75

depth
, 29–30

Skype
, 30

Jogging
, 1, 50–51, 55, 65–66, 69–70, 183

Leisure
, 3–4, 21–22

active
, 62, 171

conspicuous
, 54

serious
, 110–111

Lifestyle
, 51, 125, 167–168, 171

aesthetic and class
, 98–100

fields and capitals
, 18–19

healthy
, 6–7, 12, 17, 98, 100

hedonistic
, 93

social position
, 17–18

unhealthy
, 97

Lifestyle sport
, 11–12, 55, 99

Marathon
, 1

half
, 81

London
, 54–55, 120–121

runners
, 22–23

swimming
, 103

ultra
, 4–5, 79, 187–188

women
, 48–49

Marketing
, 31–32, 161–162

Masculinity
, 12, 45–46, 115–116

athleticism
, 149

competitive
, 107

disciplined
, 106

domination
, 130–131

frontiersman
, 158

hegemonic
, 65, 181

Mental health
, 67, 108

Mental toughness
, 134–135, 137–138, 176

Misrecognition
, 20–21, 99–100, 172–173

Morality
, 9, 98

Multiple correspondence analysis (MCA)
, 25, 72–74, 91, 146

field of running
, 72

variable names and descriptions
, 74

Muscle
, 64, 100, 149

Neoliberalism
, 6–7, 13, 35, 52–53, 173–174

Obstacle course racing (OCR)
, 12, 63, 73–74, 141, 159–160, 162, 167, 186

ethnicity
, 66

marketing
, 161–162

runners
, 160

Olympics
, 39, 143

Pedestrianism
, 6, 40, 42, 45–46, 189

Physical capital
, 7, 113–114, 148, 170, 173

age-related changes
, 64

forms
, 19

runners
, 41

Privilege
, 5, 12, 43–44, 116, 153, 159, 189–190

Racing
, 12, 40, 63, 85, 122, 176

Record keeping
, 46, 154–155

Reproduction (social)
, 19–21, 61, 169

Risk
, 27–28

gendered perception
, 144

health
, 44

interpersonal violence
, 45–46

society
, 157–158

sports
, 65

taking
, 179

Road running
, 6–7, 28–29, 60, 82, 84, 142, 146

School
, 158–159

private
, 93

virtues
, 49–50

Self-care
, 11, 31–32, 55, 91, 113, 160–161, 180

vs. competition
, 79

ethics
, 13–14

psychological
, 108–109

Self-control
, 15–16, 135–136, 176

Slimness
, 15–16, 54, 91, 175

Social capital
, 23–24

Social media
, 27–28, 57, 163–164, 177–178

Sociology of sport
, 2

Surveillance
, 13–14, 16

Surveys
, 5, 175

Active Lives Survey (ALS)
, 28–29, 61–62, 144

Big Running Survey (BRS)
, 26, 28, 71, 88, 91

Symbolic capital
, 40, 121, 142

Talent
, 27, 147, 171

perceived
, 72, 74, 80–81

running
, 120

Teams
, 44, 146

competitive
, 64

sports
, 68–70

Technology
, 6, 15, 58–59, 110, 178–179

Theory of Practice
, 5, 16–17

Timing
, 45–46

Training
, 1, 42–43, 69–70, 125, 133

academic
, 176

physical
, 13

Trajectory
, 56, 86

Treadmill
, 4, 60, 65–66, 145, 184–185

Triathlon
, 69–70, 117, 188–189

Ultramarathon
, 4–5, 79, 137–138, 153–154, 187–188

Weight
, 2, 120–121

healthy
, 183–184

loss drugs
, 15–16

management
, 91–92

training
, 69–70

well-being
, 12–13, 91, 144, 177–178