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Sport Studies Leisure and Nutrition

Dr John Hayton

Dr John Hayton

Telephone: 0151 231 5203

Publications

Chapters

Hayton J, Cronin C, armour K. 2018. The cost of caring: Dave's story Care in Sport Coaching Pedagogical Cases Routledge 9780815363491

Hayton JW, Bailey R. 2014. Urban Sport Development and Social Inclusion Gilbert K, McPherson K. Urban Sport Development Common Ground Publishing

Journal article

Hayton JW, Blundell M, Cullinane D, Walker C. 2018. Building an inclusive cycling "movement": Exploring the charity-led mobilisation of recreational cycling in communities across Merseyside, England. Sport Management Review, >DOI

Hayton JW, walker C. 2018. An analysis of third sector sport organisations in an era of ‘super-austerity’ International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, >DOI

Cronin C, Ryrie A, Huntley T, Hayton J. 2017. 'Sinking and swimming in disability coaching': a narrative of coaching in a new context Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, >DOI

Hayton JW. 2017. Helping them to help themselves? An evaluation of student-led tutorials in a Higher Education setting Journal of Further and Higher Education, >DOI

Hayton JW. 2017. They do treat us as a bit normal now”: students’ experiences of liminality and communitas whilst volunteering on a sports-based outreach project. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, >DOI

Hayton JW. 2017. “They need to learn to take it on the chin”: Exploring the emotional labour of student volunteers in a sports-based outreach project in the North East of England. SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT JOURNAL, >DOI

Hayton JW. 2016. Plotting the Motivation of Student Volunteers in Sports-Based Outreach Work in the North East of England Sport Management Review, >DOI

Hayton JW, Millward P, Petersen-Wagner R. 2015. Chasing a Tiger in a network society? Hull City’s proposed name change in the pursuit of China and East Asia’s new middle class consumers International Review for the Sociology of Sport, >DOI

Hayton JW. 2015. Sports Volunteering on University-Led Outreach Projects: A Space for Developing Social Capital? Journal of Sport and Social Issues, >DOI

Hayton JW, Morris M, Lamb KL, Cotterrell D, Buckley J. 2010. The validity and reliability of predicting maximal oxygen uptake from a treadmill-based sub-maximal perceptually regulated exercise test. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 5 :983-988 >DOI

Hayton JW, Morris M, Lamb KL, Cotterrell D, Buckley J. 2009. Predicting Maximal Oxygen Uptake Via A Sub-maximal Perceptually Regulated Treadmill Exercise Test. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 5 :258-259 >DOI

Hayton JW, Walker C. Navigating Austerity: Balancing ‘Desirability with Viability’ in a Third Sector Disability Sports Organisation. European Sport Management Quarterly, >DOI

Hayton JW. Predicting Maximal Oxygen Uptake Via A Sub-maximal Perceptually Regulated Treadmill Exercise Test Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise,

Other

Hayton JW, Blundell M. 2018. Exploring Repeated Sport Event Volunteering Through Longitudinal Field-Based Research Sage Research Methods, >DOI

Conference publication

Hayton JW. 2014. Plotting the Motivation of Student Volunteers in Sports-Based Outreach Work British Sociological Association

Hayton JW. 2012. Shifting the Field of Play: Utilising Capital to Promote Social Inclusion in Sports-Based Outreach Projects. International Sociology of Sport Association World Congress

Hayton JW. 2010. Enhancing capital and restructuring the habitus via situated action: interpersonal exchanges between student volunteers and ‘hard to reach groups’. 7th European Association for Sociology of Sport Conference

Ryrie A, Cronin C, Huntley T, Hayton J. 'Sinking and swimming in disability coaching': A narrative of coaching in a new context ICCE 11th Global Coach Conference

Hayton JW. Managing emotion in sports-based student volunteering International Sociology of Sport Association 2015 World Congress

Hayton JW. Sports Volunteering on University-Led Outreach Projects: Building Bridges. Political Studies Association: Sport, Politics and Social Policy.

Thesis/Dissertation

Hayton JW. The validity of predicting VO2max from perceptually regulated treadmill exercise Morris M.

Hayton JW. PhD thesis Looking on the SUNEE side: An analysis of student volunteering on a university sports-based outreach project Millward P, Palmer C, Hillyard S.

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Navigating Austerity: Balancing ‘Desirability with Viability’ in a Third Sector Disability Sports Organisation., The Sport, Politics and Social Justice Conference 2016, Bournemouth, UK, Oral presentation 04/06/2016

Emotional labour in student volunteering, Sports Volunteering in the Current Landscape, Manchester Metropolitan University, Oral presentation 04/05/2016

Emotional Labour in Student Volunteering, Sport Volunteering in the Current Landscape, Manchester, UK, Oral presentation 04/05/2016

Managing emotion in sports-based student volunteering, The Sociological Lens and the Wellbeing of Sport, Paris, France, Oral presentation 09/06/2015

Conference organisation:

Leisure Studies Association Conference 2016, Member of organising Committee, http://www.leisurestudies.org/

8th Political Studies Association (Sport sub-group) annual conference, ‘Sport and the Politics of Exclusion’., Co-organiser, http://www.psa.ac.uk/events/8th-annual-conference-psa-sport-and-politics-group-sport-and-politics-exclusion

Editorial boards:

ConnectSport, Member of Editorial Board, http://www.connectsport.co.uk/

Fellowships:

Fellow of the Higher Education Association, Higher Education Association