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Title: Conclusion: Doping: Unbound
Author(s): Henning, April
Andreasson, Jesper
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Editor(s): Henning, April
Andreasson, Jesper
Citation: Henning A & Andreasson J (2022) Conclusion: Doping: Unbound. In: Henning A & Andreasson J (eds.) <i>Doping in Sport and Fitness</i>. Research in the Sociology of Sport, 16. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 253-261.
Keywords: Sport and fitness
Doping arenas
Issue Date: 2022
Date Deposited: 12-Dec-2022
Series/Report no.: Research in the Sociology of Sport, 16
Abstract: This chapter concludes the volume. This is done in two capacities. First, the contributing chapters within in each theme are brought together through a reflexive discussion on current debates on anti-doping approaches, health and risk, doping arenas and communities, and the gendering of doping. Second, the interrelationships between the themes are discussed, pointing to new research directions.
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DOI Link: 10.1108/s1476-285420220000016014
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