Writings

Peer-Reviewed

Hayhurst, LM.C. & Szto, C.  (2016).  Corporatizing activism through sport-focused social justice?: Investigating Nike’s Corporate Responsibility initiatives in Sport for Development and Peace.  Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 40(6), 522-544.

Gray, S. & Szto, C.  (2016).  A reflection of reality? The consumption and reproduction of obesity discourses by The Biggest Loser viewers through Facebook.  The Journal of Social Media in Society, 5(3), 214-243.

Szto, C.  (2016).  #LOL at multiculturalism: Reactions to Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi from the Twitterverse.  Sociology of Sport Journal, 33(3), 208-218.

Szto, C.  (2015). Serving up change? Gender mainstreaming and the UNESCO-WTA partnership for global gender equality.  Sport in Society, 18(8), 895-908.

Szto, C. & Gray, S.  (2015).  ‘Forgive me Father for I have thinned’: Surveilling the bio-citizen through Twitter.  Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7(3), 321-337.

Norman, M., Ventresca, M., Szto, C. & Darnell, S.  (2015).  ‘Driving to the Net’: Frames and politics in the New York Islanders’ Stadium Saga.  Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 39(1), 19-39.

Szto, C.  (2013).  Saving lives with soccer and shoelaces: The hyperreality of Nike (RED).  Sociology of Sport Journal (30), pp.41-56.

Donnelly, P., Atkinson, M., Boyle, S. & Szto, C.  (2011).  Sport for development and peace: A public sociology perspective.  Third World Quarterly, 32(3), pp. 589-601.

Book Chapters

MacDonald, C., Szto, C. & Edwards, J. (2017). The Game That No One Saw: Evaluating the cultural citizenship and legitimacy of women’s professional hockey through the Inaugural Women’s Winter Classic. In A.N. Milner & J.H. Braddock II (eds.), Women in Sports: Breaking Barriers, Facing Obstacles.

Szto, C. & Gruneau, R. (forthcoming). The Evolution of an Artifact: The significance of the Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi broadcast. In J. Anderson & J. Ellison (eds.), Hockey in Canada: More than just a game.

Master’s Thesis

Serving up change? Corporate social responsibility as a tool for social change: A case analysis of the UNESCO-WTA partnership for global gender equality.

Published Elsewhere

The Rabbit Hole (personal blog)

Hockey in Society (Assistant Editor)Screen Shot 2015-06-22 at 2.45.50 PM

Interrupt Magazine

  • DIY Feminism (January 2014)
  • What kind of Asian am I? (July 2013)
  • I used to be a tomboy (May 2013)

Rabble Op-ed: We make exercise scary: A call for physical literacy (January 2014)

Delirious Hem: Wrestling with gender norms: the Fighting Cholitas of Bolivia (December 2014)

BlogHer: Why the term “tomboy” needs to go (October 2012, syndicated post)

The All-Rounder: Was 2015 really the year of “Women in Sports”? (January, 2016)

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