Dr Lindsey Gaston

Liverpool Business School

Dr Lindsey Gaston received his PhD in Social Science and Health from Durham University in 2014. His research examined the Social History of the Rugby Player’s Associations’ Benevolent Fund with specific attention to the “Life After Rugby” programme. Lindsey also holds two Bachelor Degrees is Sociology and Religion from the University of Kansas and a combined Master’s Degree in Sociology and American History from Baker University.

Degrees

2022, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, Masters,, Academic Practice
2014, Durham University, United Kingdom, PhD
2003, Baker University, United States, Masters
2000, University of Kansas, United States, BA

Academic appointments

Senior Lecturer, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, 2014 - present

Postgraduate training

Masters in Academic Practice, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, 2020 - 2022
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 2015 - 2015

Book

Brown T, Fletcher T, Gaston L, Higson P. 2022. Events MISmanagement Learning from Failure 9781915097101

Chapters

Dixon L, Gaston L. 2022. No Hope and No Glory – How the Hope and Glory Music Festival was Designed to Fail Brown T, Higson P, Gaston L. Events MISmanagement Learning from Failure 9781915097101 DOI

Humphries C, Gaston L, Magrath R, White A. 2019. Exploring the attitudes towards homosexuality of a semi-professional Swedish football team with an openly gay teammate Magrath R, Cleland J, Anderson E. Handbook of Masculinity and Sport: Palgrave 978-3-030-19798-8 DOI

Gaston L, Killick L. 2019. From past to present: Is there room for professional rugby in the United States of America? Harris J, wise N. Rugby in Global Perspective :37-49 Routledge. London DOI Publisher Url

Gaston L. 2019. Follow the leather brick road: Place, community and the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco and beyond Wise N, Harris J. Events, Places and Societies

Gaston LE. 2017. The Cowboy Way: Pain and the Bull Riding Lifestyle. Turner D, Carnicelli S. Lifestyle Sports and Public Policy Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society. 978-1138652217

Journal article

Gaston LINDSEY. 2022. Using Photo Voice to Determine the need for LGBTQAI+ Inclusive Curriculum. SAGE Research Methods Cases, Doing Research Online, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Gaston L, Blundell M, Fletcher T. 2020. Gender Diversity in Sport Leadership: A Review of United States of America National Governing Bodies of Sport Managing Sport and Leisure, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Gaston L, Dixon L. 2019. A want or a need? Exploring the role of grassroots gay rugby teams in the context of inclusive masculinity. Journal of Gender Studies, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Gaston LE. 2018. The Quad-Lemma: How the Rugby Players Association Benevolent Fund was Establish to Address the Welfare needs in the Professional Format of Rugby Union. Sport in Society, 22 :462-475 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Gaston LE, Magrath R, Anderson E. 2017. From hegemonic to inclusive masculinities in English professional football: marking a cultural shift Jounral of Gender Studies, 27 :301-312 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Highlighted activities

Conference presentation:

Rainbow in sea of Black and White., Football, Politics and Popular Culture, Universirty of Limerick, Oral presentation. 2017

Does the growth of gay rugby teams challenge the increasing belief of sociologists that homophobia is decreasing sport, British Sociology Association 2017 Annual Conference, Manchester, UK, Oral presentation. 2017

How Post-Athletic Retirement Preperation is Discussed in the Rugby Community., The World in Union. Global Rugby Summit: Past, Present and Future, University of Brighten, Oral presentation. 2015

Life After Rugby: A Sociological Study of the Development of a Social Intergration Discourse in Rugby Football, World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Paris, France, Oral presentation. 2015

Professional activities

Award:

Teaching Excellence Award in the Category of Individual Teaching Excellence., Liverpool John Moores University. 2022

Rising Star in Teaching and Learning, Liverpool John Moores University. 2017

Conference presentation:

Giving voice to the silent student: Vevox in the classroom, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool, UK, Oral presentation. 2021

Rainbow in sea of Black and White., Football, Politics and Popular Culture, Universirty of Limerick, Oral presentation. 2017

Does the growth of gay rugby teams challenge the increasing belief of sociologists that homophobia is decreasing sport, British Sociology Association 2017 Annual Conference, Manchester, UK, Oral presentation. 2017

How Post-Athletic Retirement Preperation is Discussed in the Rugby Community., The World in Union. Global Rugby Summit: Past, Present and Future, University of Brighten, Oral presentation. 2015

Life After Rugby: A Sociological Study of the Development of a Social Intergration Discourse in Rugby Football, World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Paris, France, Oral presentation. 2015

Other invited event:

Belonging Matters: LGBTQ+ Students in HE, Virtual Workshop, LJMU Staff Development Event Hosted by the Teaching and Learning Academy.. 2021

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