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Allain, K. & Marshall, B. L. (in press). “It used to be called an old man’s game:” Masculinity, embodiment, and curling participation amongst men in later life. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life.
Allain, K. (2019, January 15). Gut Checking the Hockey FIT Program [Blog Entry]. Hockey in Society: Exploring Critical Social Issues in Hockey. Retrieved from https://hockeyinsociety.com/2019/01/15/guest-post-gut-checking-the-hockey-fit-program/
Allain, K. A. (2018). Taking slap shots at the house: An examination of the consequences of representing curlers as hockey players. In J. Anderson & J. Ellison (Eds.), Rethinking Hockey: Repenser à Hockey. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press.
Allain, K.A. (2016). “A Good Canadian Boy”: Crisis Masculinity, Canadian National Identity and Nostalgic Longings in Don Cherry’s Coach’s Corner". International Journal of Canadian Studies, 52, 107-132.
Allain, K.A. (2014). ‘What happens in the room stays in the room’: Conducting research with young men in elite-level ice hockey". Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 6(2), 205-219.
Allain, K.A. (2011). "Kid Crosby or Golden Boy: Sidney Crosby, Canadian national identity, and the policing of hockey masculinity". International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 46(1), 3-22.
Allain, K.A. (2008). "‘Real fast and tough’: The construction of Canadian hockey masculinity". Sociology of Sport Journal, 25(4) 462-481.