6.8(top 2%)
Impact Factor
7.6(top 2%)
extended IF
35(top 11%)
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Most Cited Articles of Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health

Reflecting on reflexive thematic analysis20191.4K
Generalizability in qualitative research: misunderstandings, opportunities and recommendations for the sport and exercise sciences2018387
To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales2021314
A new view: exploring positive youth development in elite sport contexts201190
Post-qualitative inquiry and the new materialist turn: implications for sport, health and physical culture research201789
‘More than a game’: impact of The First Tee life skills programme on positive youth development: project introduction and Year 1 findings201387
The think aloud method: what is it and how do I use it?201773
Never the twain shall meet? Quantitative psychological researchers’ perspectives on qualitative research201168
Intention and epochē in tension: autophenomenography, bracketing and a novel approach to researching sporting embodiment201166
See the sport, not the disability: exploring the Paralympic paradox201263
Coaches of athletes with a physical disability: a look at their learning experiences201259
An interpretative phenomenological analysis of burnout and recovery in elite soccer coaches201257
What works in coach learning, how, and for whom? A grounded process of soccer coaches’ professional learning201755
Towards a conceptual understanding of acute cultural adaptation: a preliminary examination of ACA in female swimming201254
The role of coaches of wheelchair rugby in the development of athletes with a spinal cord injury201248
Exploring news media representations of women’s exercise and subjectivity through critical discourse analysis201245
‘I’m proud of what I achieved; I’m also ashamed of what I done’: a soccer coach’s tale of sport, status, and criminal behaviour201644
Moving beyond words: exploring the use of an arts-based method in Aboriginal community sport research201342
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health in the era of neoliberalism, audit and New Public Management: understanding the conditions for the (im)possibilities of a new paradigm dialogue201342
Narratives of despair and loss: pain, injury and masculinity in the sport of mixed martial arts201242
Enablers and barriers for male students transferring life skills from the sports hall into the classroom201541
Exploring the role of social capital in community-based physical activity: qualitative insights from parkrun201840
‘Does he look like a Paki?’ an exploration of ‘whiteness’, positionality and reflexivity in inter-racial sports research† The term ‘Paki’ is a racist and derogatory term used to describe members of the Pakistani diaspora.View all notes201440
‘It is fun, fitness and football really’: a process evaluation of a football-based health intervention for men201340
‘What it takes’: perceptions of mental toughness and its development in an English Premier League Soccer Academy201439