Sport and technology: An actor-network theory perspective
How do new technologies come to be used in sport? This is the question that Sport and technology aims to answer, moving beyond the idea of functionality to explore the many other important factors that athletes and sporting bodies consider throughout the process of technology adoption. Sport and technology offers theoretical insights relevant to students and scholars of sport and sociology. It will also be fascinating reading for anyone interested in elite sporting practice in the twenty-first century.
Fields of Research170114 Sport and Exercise Psychology; 160808 Sociology and Social Studies of Science and Technology
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CitationKerr, R. (2016). Sport and technology: An actor-network theory perspective. Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press.
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