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BLACK, Jack and CHERRINGTON, James (2020). ‘Nature doesn’t care that we’re there’: Re-Symbolizing Nature’s ‘Natural’ Contingency. International Journal of Žižek Studies, 14 (1), 1-26.

CHERRINGTON, James and BLACK, Jack (2019). Mountain bike trail building, ‘dirty’ work and a new terrestrial politics. World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research.

CHERRINGTON, James (2019). The Myth of the Repack Group: Some Problems and Provocations from an Actor-Network Perspective. Leisure Sciences: an interdisciplinary journal.

CHERRINGTON, James and BLACK, Jack (2019). Spectres of nature in the trail building assemblage. International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure.

CHERRINGTON, James (2019). Media Review: Joe Bowman and Aaron Bartlett (Directors/Producers), "Gamble", Steel City Media/Creative Concept. International review for the sociology of sport.

CHERRINGTON, James, BLACK, Jack and TILLER, Nicholas (2018). Running away from the taskscape : ultramarathon as ‘dark ecology’. Annals of Leisure Research, 1-21.

WOODHOUSE, Donna and CHERRINGTON, James (2018). Walking in the shoes of others: Critical reflection in community sport management and physical activity. In: WILSON, Robert and PLATTS, Chris, (eds.) Managing and developing community sport. London, Routledge, 30-44.

CHERRINGTON, James and GREGORY, Maxine (2017). Where nature and culture coalesce: The social, cultural and political impact of outdoor recreation in Sheffield. In: TURNER, Daniel and CARNICELLI, Sandro, (eds.) Lifestyle sports and public policy. Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society . London, Routledge, 100-116.

CHERRINGTON, James (2015). Basketball, embodiment and the everyday. In: WELLARD, Ian, (ed.) Researching Embodied Sport : Exploring Movement Cultures. Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society . London, Routledge, 101-116.

CHERRINGTON, James (2014). 'It's just superstition I suppose ... I've always done something on game day': The construction of everyday life on a university basketball team. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 49 (5), 509-525.

CHERRINGTON, James and WATSON, Beccy (2010). Shooting a diary, not just a hoop: using video diaries to explore the embodied everyday contexts of a university basketball team. Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 2 (2), 267-281.

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