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James Brighton, Robert C. Townsend, Natalie Campbell, and Toni L. Williams

coincided with a disciplinary shift to the emergence of what is more adequately distinguished as critical disability studies (CDS). 2 In doing so, we outline both theoretical architecture that has been used effectively in sociology of sport research and theories, which, to date, have been scarcely

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Nancy Quinn, Laura Misener, and P. David Howe

role within the Games as marginal, and others celebrated the reality of being present in an integrated location of high-performance sport. In this section, informed by Lefebvre’s ( 1991 ) concept and framing of space and guided by the framework of critical disability studies, we discuss several themes

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Nikolaus A. Dean, Andrea Bundon, P. David Howe, and Natalie Abele

mother identities . Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 36, 41 – 49 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.01.008 10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.01.008 Meekosha , H. , & Shuttleworth , R. ( 2016 ). What’s so “critical” about critical disability studies? In L.J. Davis (Ed.), The disability

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Andrew M. Hammond, Andrea Bundon, Caitlin Pentifallo Gadd, and Tim Konoval

how, following others in the sociology of sport, we have overlaid Ball et al.’s ( 2012 ) enactment theory with the critical disability studies concept of ableism to theorize the relationship between policy and managers’ practice in relation to the enactment of disability-inclusive polices in the

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Emma Pullen, Daniel Jackson, Michael Silk, P. David Howe, and Carla Filomena Silva

affects: Happiness, accessibility, and the capacitation of disability . Health, Culture and Society, 5 ( 1 ), 135 – 149 . doi:10.5195/HCS.2013.136 10.5195/HCS.2013.136 Goodley , D. , & Lawthom , R. ( 2019 ) Critical disability studies, Brexit and Trump: A time of neoliberal–ableism . Rethinking

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Damian Haslett, Javier Monforte, Inhyang Choi, and Brett Smith

context), methodology (e.g., a reflexive thematic analysis [RTA]), interpretations of the data (e.g., links to critical disability studies research), and how we discussed the findings (e.g., connecting with the narrative theory of power). Considering reflexivity (i.e., how has the interpretation of the

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Andrew Hammond, Ruth Jeanes, Dawn Penney, and Deana Leahy

 al., 2013 ; Wedgwood, 2014 ). In the next section we provide essential background about Australian swimming before using the critical disability studies concept of neoliberal-ableism to critique the schema of classification . As we explain, through our theorization of neoliberal-ableism, classification is

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Brian Wilson and Nicolien VanLuijk

, feminist studies, critical race studies, critical disability studies and cultural studies more broadly—that are especially attuned to the subtle and overt ways that media are implicated in maintaining an unequal status quo. It is widely acknowledged across these interrelated traditions that any analysis

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Karen P. DePauw

vision%20for%202030.pdf Fine , M. ( 2019 ). Critical disability studies: Looking back and forward . Journal of Social Issues, 75 ( 3 ), 972 – 984 . https://doi.org/10.1111/josi.12344 Hacking , I. , & Hacking , T. ( 1990 ). The taming of chance (No. 17). Cambridge University Press . Hall

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Dunja Antunovic and Andrea Bundon

as a personal or individual tragedy to be overcome while ignoring the role of societies in creating disabling conditions and exclusionary environments ( Berger, 2008 ; Braye et al., 2013 ). 1 In addition to the supercrip framing, scholars working in the multidisciplinary area of critical disability