Sine Agergaard
Sine Agergaard
professor mso, Aalborg Universitet
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The Copenhagen Consensus Conference 2016: children, youth, and physical activity in schools and during leisure time
J Bangsbo, P Krustrup, J Duda, C Hillman, LB Andersen, M Weiss, ...
British journal of sports medicine 50 (19), 1177-1178, 2016
Migration and career transitions in professional sports: Transnational athletic careers in a psychological and sociological perspective
S Agergaard, TV Ryba
Sociology of sport journal 31 (2), 228-247, 2014
Elite athletes as migrants in Danish women's handball
S Agergaard
International review for the sociology of sport 43 (1), 5-19, 2008
Rethinking sports and integration: Developing a transnational perspective on migrants and descendants in sports
S Agergaard
Routledge, 2018
Moving for the love of the game? International migration of female footballers into Scandinavian countries
VL Botelho, S Agergaard
Soccer & Society 12 (6), 806-819, 2011
Women, soccer and transnational migration
S Agergaard, NC Tiesler
Routledge, 2014
Development and appropriation of an integration policy for sport: how Danish sports clubs have become arenas for ethnic integration
S Agergaard
International journal of sport policy and politics 3 (3), 341-353, 2011
Ambivalent precarity: Career trajectories and temporalities in highly skilled sports labor migration from West Africa to Northern Europe
S Agergaard, C Ungruhe
Anthropology of Work Review 37 (2), 67-78, 2016
Producing mobility through locality and visibility: Developing a transnational perspective on sports labour migration
MH Engh, S Agergaard
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 50 (8), 974-992, 2015
The way out? African players' migration to Scandinavian women's football
S Agergaard, V Botelho
Women’s Sport in Africa, 75-88, 2016
Religious culture as a barrier? A counter-narrative of Danish Muslim girls’ participation in sports
S Agergaard
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 8 (2), 213-224, 2016
Female football migration: Motivational factors for early migratory processes
S Agergaard, V Botelho
Sport and migration: Borders, boundaries and crossings, 157-172, 2011
The dream of social mobility: ethnic minority players in Danish football clubs
S Agergaard, JK Sørensen
Soccer & Society 10 (6), 766-780, 2009
‘Black Lives Matter:’sport, race and ethnicity in challenging times
AB Evans, S Agergaard, PI Campbell, K Hylton, V Lenneis
European Journal for Sport and Society 17 (4), 289-300, 2020
Politicisation of migrant leisure: A public and civil intervention involving organised sports
S Agergaard, A Michelsen la Cour, MT Gregersen
Leisure studies 35 (2), 200-214, 2016
Understanding women’s professional soccer: the case of Denmark and Sweden
JB Kjær, S Agergaard
Soccer & Society 14 (6), 816-833, 2013
‘The ball and the rhythm in her blood’: Racialised imaginaries and football migration from Nigeria to Scandinavia
MH Engh, F Settler, S Agergaard
Ethnicities 17 (1), 66-84, 2017
Enacting and resisting the politics of belonging through leisure. The debate about gender-segregated swimming sessions targeting Muslim women in Denmark
V Lenneis, S Agergaard
Leisure, Racism, and National Populist Politics, 59-73, 2021
The processes of inclusion and exclusion in physical education: A social-relational perspective
M Munk, S Agergaard
Social Inclusion 3 (3), 67-81, 2015
Governing integration through sports
S Agergaard, AM la Cour
Nordic Journal of Migration Research 2 (1), 26-34, 2012
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