University of chester ken green

University of chester ken green

Professor Ken Green

Head of Department, Professor of Physical Education and Youth Sport

Qualifications

BA (Hons), PGCE, MEd, MSc, PhD

Overview

Prior to joining the Department in 1991, Ken spent nine years teaching PE in the South East, the Midlands and the North West of England, including one year in teacher education.

External Roles

Ken is a Professor II at Hedmark University College, Norway and a Visiting Professor at the University of Wolverhampton. He is Editor-in-Chief of the European Physical Education Review and on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Sports Policy and the Scandinavian Sports Studies Forum.

 

email: k.green@chester.ac.uk

phone: 01244 513424

Teaching

His specialist teaching and research area is the Sociology of PE. He teaches on the following:

  • Introduction to the Sociology of Sport and Exercise (Level 4)
  • Issues in Physical Education (Level 6)
  • Research Methods (MSc)
  • Sociology of Physical Education (MSc)

 

Research

Research interests

  • Physical education
  • Youth sport
  • Sports participation in Norway

University of chester ken green

Published work

Selected Publications

Green K. & Smith, A. (eds) (2016) The Routledge Handbook of Youth Sport. London: Routledge.

Jones, L. & Green, K. (forthcoming) Who teaches primary physical education? Change and transformation through the eyes of subject leaders, Sport, Education & Society, London: Routledge. DOI: 10.1080/13573322.2015.1061987

Green, K., Thurston, M., Vaage, O. & Mordal-Moen, K. (2015) Girls, young women and sport in Norway: a case of sporting convergence amid favourable socio-economic circumstances, International Journal of Sports Policy and Politics,7(4): 1-20.

Green, K., Thurston, M., & Vaage, O. (2015) Isn’t it good, Norwegian wood? Lifestyle and adventure sports participation among Norwegian youth, Leisure Studies, 34(5): 529-546.

Wheeler, K. & Green, K. (2014) Parenting in relation to children’s sports participation: generational changes and potential implications, Leisure Studies,33(3): 267-284

Mordal-Moen, K. & Green, K. (2014) Physical education teacher education in Norway: the perceptions of student teachers, Sport, Education & Society, 19(6):806-823.