Since much of what is currently known about the links between sports work and mental health and illness is derived from largely psychological studies and media-led or autobiographical accounts, more sociological research is needed to better understand the costs of mental health of working in often very public and highly pressurized, medicalized, scientized, and performance-focused performance sport settings.
|Title of host publication||Sport, Mental Illness, and Sociology|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Dec 2018|
|Name||Research in the Sociology of Sport|
- Mental health
- Mental illness