Publications & Presentations

Butryn, Theodore M

Publications & Presentations (Selected recent articles and chapters)

  • Vaccaro, R. & Butryn, T. M. (In Press). Media representations of bipolar disorder through the case of Suzy Favor Hamilton. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal.
  • Johnson, J. J., Butryn, T. M., & Masucci, M. A. (2019). Perceptions and experiences of anti-doping efforts in world-class US and Canadian female triatheltes. Performance Enhancement & Health.
  • Grace, A., & Butryn, T. M. (2018). An Interpretational Phenomenological Analysis of 2013 Boston Marathoners’ experiences of running a subsequent Boston Marathon. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health, 11, 201-216.
  • Crockett, M., & Butryn, T. M. (2017). Chasing Rx: A spatial ethnography of the CrossFit gym. Sociology of Sport Journal, 34
  • Butryn, T. M. (2016). Whiteness in Sport Psychology. In R. Schinke, K. McGannon, & B. Smith (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of sport psychology (pp. 228-337). London: Routledge Press.
  • Bejar, M. P., & Butryn, T. M. (2016). Experiences of coping with injury in NCAA Division-I athletes from low-middle socioeconomic status backgrounds. Journal of Sport Behavior, 39, 345-371.
  • Masucci, M. A., & Butryn, T. M. (2015). Caged quandaries: Mixed martial arts and the politics of research.  In R. Schinke and K. McGannon (Eds.), The psychology of sub-culture in sport and physical activity (pp. 170-184). New York: Routledge Press.

  • Butryn, T. M., LaVoi, N. M., Kauer, K. J., Semerjian, T. Z., & Waldron, J. J. (2014). "We walk the line: An analysis of the problems and possibilities of working at the sport psychology-sport sociology nexus. Sociology of Sport Journal, 31, 162-184.

  • Masucci, M. A., & Butryn, T. M. (2013). Writing about fighting: A critical content analysis of newspaper coverage of the Ultimate Fighting Championship from 1993-2006. Journal of Sports Media, 1, 19-44.  

  • Butryn, T. M. (2013). Body politics: Coaching and technology. In J. Denison, P. Potrac, & G. Tennebaum (Eds)., Routledge handbook of sports coaching (pp. 210-220). New York: Routledge Press. 
  • Johnson, J. A., Butryn, T. M., & Masucci, M. A. (2013). A focus group analysis of the US and Canadian female triathletes' knowledge of doping. Sports in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 16, 1-18.

  • Jones, A., & Butryn, T. M., Furst, D. M., & Semerjian, T. Z. (2013). A phenomenological examination of depression in female Division-I athletes. Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of Sport Psychology, 5, 1-19.

  • Clegg, J., & Butryn, T. M. (2012). A phenomenological examination of parkour and freerunning. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health, 4, 1-21.  

  • Butryn, T. M. (2012). Putting social justice in the game: Towards a progressive coaching  psychology. In R. Schinke & R. Lidor (Ed.), Case studies in sport development: Contemporary stories promoting health, peace, and social justice (pp. 195-208). Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.

  • Jeffery, K. J., & Butryn, T. M. (2012). Motivation of marathoners in a caused-based training program. Journal of Sport Behavior, 35, 300-319.

  • Butryn, T. M. (2012). Global smackdown: Vince McMahon, WWE, and neoliberalism. In. D. Andrews  & M. Silk (Eds.) Sport and neoliberalism (pp. 280-293). New York: Temple Press. 

  • Butryn, T. M. (2011). Dancing with quantitoids: A brief and benevolent commentary on the special issue of QRSEH. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health, 3, 385-393.

  • Butryn, T. M. (2010). Interrogating whiteness in sport psychology. In T. Ryba, R. Shinke, & G. Tennebaum (Eds.). The cultural turn in sport and exercise psychology (pp. 127-152). Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology. 

  • Butryn, T. M., & Masucci, M. A. (2009). Traversing the Matrix: Cyborg athletes, technology, and the environment. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 33, 285-307. 

  • Butryn, T. M. (2009) (Re)examining whiteness in sport psychology through auto narrative excavation. International Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 7, 323-341.