Moss Edward Norman
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Embodying the double-bind of masculinity: Young men and discourses of normalcy, health, heterosexuality, and individualism
ME Norman
Men and Masculinities 14 (4), 430-449, 2011
962011
Rural youth and emotional geographies: how photovoice and words-alone methods tell different stories of place
NG Power, ME Norman, K Dupré
Journal of Youth Studies 17 (8), 1114-1129, 2014
532014
‘Down the rabbit hole’: enhancing the transition process for youth with cystic fibrosis and congenital heart disease by re‐imagining the future and time
FJ Moola, ME Norman
Child: care, health and development 37 (6), 841-851, 2011
532011
‘Bladerunner or boundary runner’?: Oscar Pistorius, cyborg transgressions and strategies of containment
ME Norman, F Moola
Sport in society 14 (9), 1265-1279, 2011
442011
“The fishery went away” The impacts of long-term fishery closures on young people's experience and perception of fisheries employment in Newfoundland coastal communities
NG Power, ME Norman, K Dupré
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
342014
Stuck between ‘the rock’and a hard place: rural crisis and re-imagining rural Newfoundland feminine subjectivities
ME Norman, NG Power
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (1), 50-66, 2015
322015
Playing in the woods: Youth, leisure and the performance of gender relations in rural Newfoundland
ME Norman, N Gerarda Power, K Dupré
Annals of Leisure Research 14 (2-3), 155-175, 2011
242011
“Dere’s Not Just One Kind of Fat” Embodying the “Skinny”-Self Through Constructions of the Fat Masculine Other
ME Norman
Men and Masculinities 16 (4), 407-431, 2013
202013
Moving Subjects, Feeling Bodies: Emotion and the Materialization of Fat Feminine Subjectivities in Village on a Diet
ME Norman, G Rail, S Jette
Fat Studies 3 (1), 17-31, 2014
152014
On judgement day: Anorexic and obese women’s phenomenological experience of the body, food and eating
FJ Moola, ME Norman
Feminism & Psychology 27 (3), 259-279, 2017
142017
The weight of (the) matter: A new material feminist account of thin and fat oppressions
ME Norman, FJ Moola
Health 23 (5), 497-515, 2019
132019
HPV vaccination discourses and the construction of “at-risk” girls
G Rail, L Molino, C Fusco, ME Norman, LA Petherick, J Polzer, F Moola, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 109 (5), 622-632, 2018
132018
Transcending ‘Hoop Dreams’: Toward a consideration of corporeality, crossroads and intersections, and discursive possibilities in disability and theory
FJ Moola, ME Norman
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 4 (2), 284-295, 2012
112012
Indigenous gender reformations: Physical culture, settler colonialism and the politics of containment
ME Norman, M Hart, LA Petherick
Sociology of Sport Journal 36 (2), 113-123, 2019
92019
Examining the more-than-built environments of a northern Manitoban community: Re-conceptualizing rural indigenous mobilities
ME Norman, LA Petherick, E Garcia, C Glazebrook, G Giesbrecht, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 42, 166-178, 2015
92015
Teaching across the lines of fault in psychology and sociology: Health, obesity and physical activity in the Canadian context
FJ Moola, ME Norman, LA Petherick, S Strachan
Sociology of Sport Journal 31 (2), 202-227, 2014
92014
Nine: The Enemy Within: Teaching" Hard Knowledges" About" Soft Bodies" in a Kinesiology Faculty
M Norman, LA Petherick
Counterpoints 467, 91-99, 2016
72016
Life lessons: Learning about what it means to be fat in the North American mass media
M Lafrance, S Lafrance, ME Norman
Cultural Studies? Critical Methodologies 15 (5), 350-360, 2015
72015
“With Every Step, We Grow Stronger”: The Cardiometabolic Benefits of an Indigenous-Led and Community-Based Healthy Lifestyle Intervention
HPH Lai, RM Miles, SSD Bredin, KL Kaufman, CZY Chua, J Hare, ...
Journal of clinical medicine 8 (4), 422, 2019
62019
13. Screening The Un-Scene: Deconstructing The (Bio) Politics Of Story Telling In A Canadian Reality Makeover Weight Loss Series
ME Norman, G Rail, S Jette
Obesity in Canada, 342-372, 2018
62018
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