Associate Professor Chris Hallinan

Phd, University of Toledo, Ohio, 1987, M.Ed, University of Toledo, Ohio, 1983, BSc, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1981, Diploma of Teaching, Charles Sturt University (Mitchell College) 1974.

Research Associate

Chris Hallinan has an extensive research background in Indigenous Studies and sports as well as the politics of ethnic, racial and national identities in sports and sports organisations. He has published several books, and over 50 research articles and book chapters.

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Research Projects

Current Projects

Publications & Resources

Books

Hallinan C & Judd, B. (2013). Native Games: Indigenous Peoples and Sports in the Post-Colonial World. London: Emerald.

Hallinan C & Judd, B. (2013). Indigenous People, Race Relations and Australian Sport. London: Routledge .

Coakley, J, Hallinan, C, & B. McDonald. (2011). Sports in Society:  Sociological Issues and Controversies (2nd edition).  Sydney: McGraw-Hill.

Hallinan, C & Hughson, J (2010). Fencing off Soccer: The Containment of the World Game in Australia.  London, Routledge.

Coakley, J, Hallinan, C, Jackson, S & Mewett, P. (2008). Sports in Society:  Issues and Controversies in Australian and New Zealand.  Sydney: McGraw-Hill.

Hallinan, C, & Jackson, S.  (2008). Social and Cultural Diversity in a Sporting World. London: Emerald.

Hallinan, C.J. & Hughson, J.E. (2001).  Sporting Tales:  Ethnographic Fieldwork Experiences.  Sydney: ASSH Inc. (ISBN 0 7334 1075 8) Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Book Chapters

Hallinan, C. & Jackson (2016). Sociology of Sport in Aoteorea and Australia. In K. Young (Ed) Research in the Sociology of Sport (Sociology of Sport: A Global Subdiscipline in Review. London: Emerald.

Butcher, T., Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2016). Traversing Ontological Dispositions with Indigenous Communities and Sporting Practices. In G. Molnar & L. Purdy (Eds.)  Ethnographies in Sport and Exercise Research. Routledge, London, UK.

Judd, B. & Hallinan, C. (2013). Indigenous Reconciliation Games: Selling Australian Football as the New Game to the New South Africa. In Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. Native Games: Indigenous Peoples and Sports in the Post-Colonial World. London: Emerald.

Coram, S. & Hallinan, C. (2013). Resisting Critical Analyses? Gatekeeping Issues with Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander ‘Subjects.’ In Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. Native Games: Indigenous Peoples and Sports in the Post-Colonial World. London: Emerald.

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2010).  Race Relations, Indigenous Australia and the Social Impact of Professional Australian Football. In R Spaaj (ed.) Social Impact of Sport. London: Routledge.

Hallinan, C.J.  & Hughson, J.E. (2010). The Beautiful Game in Howard’s 'Brutopia': Football, Ethnicity and Citizenship in Australia. In Hallinan & Hughson (ed) Fencing off Soccer: The Containment of the World Game in Australia. London, Routledge, 1-8.

Bosevski, B & Hallinan, C. (2010).  You Have the Right to Remain Violent: Power and Social Resistance in the Club, in Hallinan & Hughson (ed) Fencing off Soccer: The Containment of the World Game in Australia. London, Routledge, 96-108.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2008).  Shalosh, Shtayim, Echad: Jewish Junior Girls Basketball. In Hallinan, C, & Jackson, S.   (2008) Social and Cultural Diversity in a Sporting World. London: Emerald.

Hallinan, C, & Jackson, S. (2008) The Difference Within: Diversity as a Key Conceptual Framework. In Hallinan, C, & Jackson, S. (eds) Social and Cultural Diversity in a Sporting World. London: Emerald.

Hallinan, C.J, Hughson, J.E. & Burke, M (2007) “Supporting the ‘World Game’ in Australia: A Case Study of Fandom at International, National, and Club Level ” In S Brown (Ed.) Fan Culture, London: Routledge

Bruce, T. & Hallinan, C.J. (2001) Cathy Freeman and the Quest for Australian Identity.  In Andrews, D.L. & Jackson, S.J. Sport Stars: Public Culture and the Politics of Representation. New York: Routledge. (ISBN 0415221196)

Hughson, J. E. & Hallinan, C.J. (2001). The Ethnographic Turn in Sports Studies.  In: Sporting Tales:  Ethnographic Fieldwork Experiences.  Sydney: ASSH Inc. (ISBN 0 7334 1075 8)

Hallinan, C.J. & Reilly, E.R.  (1998)  Symbolic Interactions among Amateur Eight Ball Pool Players. In Alexander, M., Harding, S., Harrison, P., Kendall, G., Skrbis, Z. and Western,J. (eds) Refashioning Sociology: Responses to a New World Order, 504-510.  Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.

Journal Articles

Coram, S. & Hallinan, C. (2017) Critical Race Theory and the Orthodoxy of Race Neutrality: Examining the Denigration of Australian Indigenous Athlete Adam Goodes.  Australian Aboriginal Studies, 1, 99-111.

Hallinan, C. (2015)  Assessing the Sociology of Sport: On Indigeneity, Politics of Identity and Australian Sports, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(3/4): 448-453.

Hallinan, C. (2015)  Book Review. The Aboriginal Soccer Tribe: A History of Aboriginal Involvement with the World Game. Soccer & Society, 16, 1.

Hallinan, C. & Heenan, T. (2013). Australia, Asia, and the New Football Opportunity. Soccer & Society, 14(4): 751-767.

Judd,  B. & Hallinan, C. (2012) No Ashes: West Indies as the Team of Choice for Indigenous Australians. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics. 15(8): 1110-1120.

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2012) Indigenous Studies and Race Relations in Australian Sports. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 15(7): 915-921.
 
Hallinan, C. & Judd, B.  (2012) Duelling Paradigms: Australian Aborigines, Marn-grook and Football Histories. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics. 15(7): 975-986.

Hallinan, C. (2012) Book Review: Ben Carrington, Race, Sport and Politics: The Sporting Black Diaspora, Journal of Sociology September 48: 333-334.

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2012)  Producing Benevolence and Expertise: Whitestreaming marn-grook & the Other Constraints of Australian Football. Journal of Australian Indigenous Studies. 15, 2, 5-13.
 

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2010).  Race Relations, Indigenous Australia and the Social Impact of Professional Australian Football. In R Spaaj (ed.) Social Impact of Sport. London: Routledge.
 
Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2010) From Exclusion to Enlightenment: Changes in the Assumptions about Australian Indigenous Footballers, International Journal of the History of Sport 26,16, 2358-2375.
 
Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2009).  Race Relations, Indigenous Australia and the Social Impact of Professional Australian Football. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics. 12, 9, 1220-1235.
 
Hallinan, C.J.  & Hughson, J.E. (2009). The Beautiful Game in Howard’s 'Brutopia': Football, Ethnicity and Citizenship in Australia. Soccer in Society 10,1, 1-8.

Bosevski, B & Hallinan, C. (2009).  You Have the Right to Remain Violent: Power and Social Resistance in the Club, Soccer in Society 10, 1, 96-108.

Judd, B & Hallinan, C. (2008) Hoop Dreams: Constructing Aboriginal Sport Identities in Regional Victoria. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 11, 4, 17-24.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2008).  Drugs, Sport, Anxiety and Foucauldian Governmentality. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 2, 1: 39-55.

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2007). ’Blackfellas’ Basketball: Aboriginal Identity and Anglo-Australian Race Relations in Provincial Basketball.  Sociology of Sport Journal, 24, 421-436.
 
Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2007)  Friday Forfeit: Participation Issues in Jewish Junior Basketball.”.  International Journal of Sport Management & Marketing , 2(3): 16-26.
 
Hallinan, C.J, Hughson, J.E. & Burke, M (2007) “Supporting the ‘World Game’ in Australia: A Case Study of Fandom at International, National, and Club Level ” Soccer & Society , 8, 2/3: 283-297.
 
Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2006).  Women's Leadership in Victorian Junior Girls Basketball: Foucault, Feminism and Disciplining Women Coaches. Sport in Society, 9: 13-31.
 
McDonald, B. & Hallinan, C. (2005) Seishin Habitus: Spiritual Capital and Japanese Rowing. Sociology of Sport Journal, 40, 2: 187-200.
 
Hallinan, C., Bruce, T., & M. Burke (2005) Fresh Prince of Colonial Dome: Indigenous Players in the AFL, Football Studies, 8,1: 68-78.
 
Hallinan, C. & Burke, M. (2005) Transition Game: Globalisation and the Marketing of a Suburban ‘Nationalised’ Basketball Team in Australia.  International Journal of Sport Management & Marketing , 1: 127-140.
 
Roy, J.L.P., Smith, J.F., Bishop, P.A.,  Hallinan, C.,  Wang, M., and Hunter, GR. (2004). Prediction of maximal VO from a submaximal Stairmaster test in young women.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18, 92-96.
 
Hallinan, C.J. (2000) Review of One-Eyed: A View of Australian Sport by D. Booth & C.Tatz.  Sporting Traditions, 16, 114-117.
 
Hallinan, C.J. Bruce, T. & Coram, S.  (1999)  Up Front and Beyond the Centre Line: Australian Aborigines in Elite Australian Rules Football. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 34, 369-383.
 
Johnson, D., Hallinan, C.J., & Westerfield, R.C.  (1999).   Sport Stereotyping: Perception of Factors Leading to Success in Men's Collegiate Basketball.  Journal of Sport Behavior, 22. 45-53.
 
Hallinan, C.J.  (1998).  Dimensions of Gender Differentiation and Centrality in the Employment Structure of University Recreation Centers.   Journal of Sport Behavior, 21(256-264).
 
Reilly, E. R. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1996)  Impression Management in the Poolroom Subculture.  Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport Supplement. 67(1), 110.
 
Abadie, B.R., Schuler. P.B., Hunt, B.P., Lischkoff, N,J, Hallinan, C. J. & Wang, M.W.  (1996)  Perception of Body Shape in Elderly White and Black Men.   Perceptual and Motor Skills, 83, 449-450.
 
Hallinan, C. J.  (1994)  The Presentation of Human Biological Diversity in Sport and Exercise Science Textbooks: The Example of  “Race”. Journal of Sport Behavior, 17, 3-15.
 
Hallinan, C.J. & Krotee, M.L.  (1993)  Conceptions of Nationalism and Citizenship among non-Anglo-Celtic Soccer Clubs in an Australian City.   Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 17, 125-133. 
 
Hallinan, C.J. & Schuler, P.B.  (1993)  Body Shape Perceptions of Elderly Women Exercisers and non-Exercisers.   Perceptual and Motor Skills, 77, 451-456.
 
Hallinan, C.J., Eddleman, K.S. & Oslin, J.L.  (1991)  Racial Segregation by Playing Position in Elite Australian Basketball.   Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 23, 109-112. 
 
Hallinan, C.J.  (1991)  Aborigines and Positional Segregation in Australian Rugby League.  International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 26, 69-82.
 
Hallinan, C.J., Pierce E.F., Evans, J.E., DeGrenier, J.D. & Andres, F.F.  (1991) Perceptions of Current and Ideal Body Shape of Athletes and Non-Athletes.   Perceptual and Motor Skills, 72, 123-130.
 
Hallinan, C.J., Snyder, E.E., Drowatzky, J.N. & Ashby, A.A. (1990)  Values Held by Prospective Coaches Towards Women's Sport Participation.   Journal of Sport Behavior, 13, 167-180.
 
Plimpton, C.E. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1989)  The Effects of the Implementation of a Videotape Instructional Program for the Teaching of Physical Education.   Future Focus, 10(2), 10-14.
 
Desmond, S.M., Price, J.H., Hallinan, C. & Smith, D.  (1989)  Black and White Adolescents' Perceptions of their Weight.   Journal of School Health,  59, 353-358 .
 
Hallinan, C.J.  "Aboriginal Rugby League Players: Maximising Participation and Minimising Involvement," In M. Torode (Ed.), Proceedings of the 25th National Annual Scientific Conference of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Sydney, Australia: Cumberland College Press, 1988.
 
Price, J.H., Desmond, S.M., Hallinan, C.J. & Griffin, T.  (1988).  College Students' Perceived Risk and Seriousness of AIDS.   Health Education, Aug/Sep., 16-20.
 
Hallinan, C.J.  (1988)  Muslim and Judaic-Christian Perceptions of Desirable Body Shape. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 67, 80-82.
 
Hallinan, C.J. & Snyder, E.E.  (1987)  Forced Disengagement and the Collegiate Athlete.   Arena Review, 11(2), 28-34.
 
Price, J.H., Desmond, S.M. &  Hallinan, C.J.  (1987)  The Importance of Questionnaire Wording - Assessments of Weight as an Example.   Health Education, Aug., 40-43.
 
Wood, D. & Hallinan, C.  (1984)  Contemporary Athletic Administration Problems in Ohio. Future Focus, 5(3), 9-12.

Conference Proceedings

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2008) Junior Basketball and Affirmation of Jewish Female Identity. TASA Proceedings ISBN 978-0-7340-3984-2, Date of Publication: Dec 2008  Format CD ROM

Hallinan, C. & Burke,M. (2006) Cevapi Please: A Case Study of Serbian Men's Club Soccer TASA Proceedings ISBN 0-9598460-5-0,  Date of Publication: 04 Dec 2006 Format: CD ROM

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2006) A Case Study of Jewish Junior Basketball Identity. TASA Proceedings ISBN 0-9598460-5-0,  Date of Publication: 04 Dec 2006 Format: CD ROM

Hallinan, C. & Burke,M. (2006) Identity Issues, Basketball and Aboriginality. TASA Proceedings ISBN 0-9598460-5-0,  Date of Publication: 04 Dec 2006 Format: CD ROM

Hallinan, C., Burke, M. Jankovic, L. (2005) Interpretations of Racial Stacking in AFL Football.  TASA Proceedings ISBN 0-9598460-5-0,  Date of Publication: 01 Dec 2005 Format: CD ROM.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2005) Deviance, Drugs, Sport and Foucauldian Anxiety, TASA Proceedings ISBN 0-9598460-5-0,  Date of Publication: 01 Dec 2005 Format: CD ROM.

Hallinan, C, Bruce, T. & Bennie, J.  (2004) Freak Goals, Magical Moments : Commonsense Understandings About Indigenous Footballers. In Richmond, K. (ed) Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, TASA Proceedings, CD ROM, ISBN 0-9598-460-4-2

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2004)  Aspirational Coaches in Victorian  Junior Girls Basketball. In Richmond, K. (ed) Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, TASA Proceedings, CD ROM ISBN 0-9598-460-4-2

Hallinan, C.J.  "Aboriginal Rugby League Players: Maximising Participation and Minimising Involvement," In M. Torode (Ed.), Proceedings of the 25th National Annual Scientific Conference of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Sydney, Australia: Cumberland College Press, 1988.

Conference Presentations

Hallinan, C. & Judd, B. (2017, May). The Organisation of Sport as an Expression of Aboriginal Sovereignty in Central Australia. World Congress of Sociology of Sport. Taipei, Taiwan.

Heenan, T. & Hallinan C. (2012, December). From ‘Oceanic’ to ‘Asian’: The Re-Alignment of Australian Football. International Australian Studies Association Biennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Hallinan, C & Judd, B. (2011, July). Duelling Stereotypes: Australian Aborigines, South Africa and Football Futures. World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Havana, Cuba.

Hallinan & Judd (2010, July 17) Government Policy and the Removal of Aboriginal Cricket in Victoria. ISA World Congress of Sociology. Gothenburg, Sweden.

Judd & Hallinan (2010, Nov 9) Indigenous Celebrity and the Making and Unmaking of Heroic Sports Identities. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

Hallinan & Judd (2009, July 16) ‘Inconsistent’ Brilliance, Celebrated ‘Magic’ and ‘Lasting Prosperity’: Race Relations, Indigenous Australia and the Social Impact of Professional Australian Football. World Congress of the Sociology of Sport, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Judd & Hallinan (2009, July 23) Invited Paper, Remnant Clans: The Death of Aboriginal Cricket in the 20th Century. International Cricket Council Centenary Conference, Oxford University.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2008, December 2) Junior Basketball and Affirmation of Jewish Female Identity. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Melbourne.

Hallinan, C. (2008, August 7) Invited paper presented at Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, Guangzhou, China.

Hallinan, C & B. Bosevski (2008, July 22) Whose ‘Silver Lining’?: Power and Social Resistance in Australian Macedonian Soccer. The 5th World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Kyoto, Japan

Hallinan, C.J, Hughson, J.E. (2007, August, 2) The Beautiful Game in Howard’s 'Brutopia': Football, Ethnicity and Citizenship in Australia.  The 4th World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Hallinan, C. & Burke, M. (2006, December 4) Cevapi Please: A Case Study of Serbian Men's Club Soccer.  The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Perth.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2006, December 4) A Case Study of Jewish Junior Basketball Identity. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Perth.

Hallinan, C. & Burke,M. (2006, December 4). Identity Issues, Basketball and Aboriginality. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Perth.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2006, December 4) ‘I hope she doesn’t get hurt’: Empathetic Exclusion of Annika Sorenstam by Australian Sports Journalists and PGA Golfers .  The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Perth.

Hallinan, C. & Burke,M. (2006, November 5) North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Hallinan, C (2006, July) “White Eagled: A Case Study of Serbian Men’s Football in Melbourne.”  The World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa.

Hallinan, C. (2006, March 7) “Pedagogically Speaking:  Undergraduate Ethnographic Lessons from Sports Science.” International Sports Studies Conference, Melbourne.

Hallinan, C., Burke, M. Jankovic, L. (2005, December 7) Interpretations of Racial Stacking in AFL Football.   The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Hobart.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2005, December 6)  Deviance, Drugs, Sport and Foucauldian Anxiety, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Hobart.

Hallinan, C, & Abrahams, W. (2005, November 20) . “The Wanderers and Blackfellas’ Basketball in Provincial Victoria” , The 3rd World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Hallinan, C, Bruce, T. & Bennie, J.  (2004, December 11) Freak Goals, Magical Moments : Commonsense Understandings About Indigenous Footballers. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Victoria.

Burke, M & Hallinan, C. (2004, December 11)  Aspirational Coaches in Victorian  Junior Girls Basketball.  The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Victoria.

Hallinan, C & Burke, M. (2004, August 7)  Subcultural Characteristics of Gender and Coaching in Junior Girls Basketball.  Invited paper presented at Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Hallinan, C,. (2004, March 24)  Australian (Inter)nationalism, Indigenous Reconciliation and the Sydney Olympics.  Invited paper presented at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense.

McDonald, B. & Hallinan, C. (2003, June 19).  Spiritual Capital: Investments through Japanese University Rowing.  Paper presented at The 2nd World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Cologne, Germany.

Hallinan, C, Bruce, T., McDonald, B. (2002, July 11)  Recruiting of Indigenous Players to Elite Football: Narratives of Recruiters.  Paper presented at The World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane.

Bruce, T., Wensing, E.H., Hallinan, C. (2002, July 12)  Modernist Fantasies of National Identity in a Postmodern Age. Paper presented at The World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane.

Bruce, T.  & Hallinan, C.J. (2000, November 10) Intersections: Aboriginality and Sport in the Construction of Australian National Identity. Paper presented at North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Colorado Springs.

Bruce, T.  & Hallinan, C.J. (2000, September 11) Cheering for Cathy Freeman: Taking the Easy Way Out?  International Sociology Of Sport Association Symposium in conjunction with the Pre Olympic Scientific Congress, Brisbane, Australia.

Hallinan, C.J. & Bruce, T. (1999, September 2)  Aboriginal Involvement in Elite Football: Segregation in the Australian Football League.  Human Rights Council of Australia conference: How You Play The Game: The Contribution Of Sport To The Promotion Of Human Rights, Sydney.

Hallinan, C.J. Bruce, T. & Coram, S.  (1999, June 28)  Up Front and Beyond the Centre Line: Aboriginal Participation Issues in the Australian Football League.  International Sport Sociology Association annual conference, Budapest, Hungary.

Hallinan, C.J. & Reilly, E.R.  (1998, December 2)  Symbolic interactions between amateur eight ball pool players.  The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Brisbane.

Hallinan, C.J.   (1998, October, 25)  Ethnographic Meanings in Human Development Research.  Invited paper presented at Faculty of Human Development Annual Research Conference, Victoria University, Sunbury.

Hallinan, C.J. & Chapman, C.  (1997, December 12)  Representation, Identity, and Occupational Mobility of Aborigines in Elite Australian Rules Football. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Wollongong.

Chapman, C.  & C.J. Hallinan.  (1997, November 7)  Netball:  Not Enough Sex.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Hallinan, C.J.  (1996, November 16)  Flagging, new world sports ordering, and the identity strategies of selected men’s soccer clubs in ‘multicultural’ Melbourne.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Birmingham, Alabama.

Deng, X., Hallinan, C., Li, L., & Ma, L. (1996, July 10)  Attitudes of Asian students in American south-east universities towards leisure.  International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, Dallas, Texas.

Reilly, E. R. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1996, April 11 )  Impression management in the Pool room subculture.  AAHPERD Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia

Schuler, P.B., Lischkoff, N., Horn., Hallinan, C., & Wang, M.W.  (1996, April 11)  Comparison of body shape perception in elderly white and black men.  AAHPERD Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Schuler, P.B. & Lischkoff, N., Hallinan, C.J., Wang, M.W.  (1996, February 2)   The relation between body shape perception and physical activity in elderly men.  Southeastern ACSM Annual Conference, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Reilly, E. R. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1995, November 4)  Women warriors:  Negotiating the dominant order in the martial arts.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Sacramento, California.

Reilly, E. R. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1994, November 9)  Pool room politics:  Symbolic interactions among amateur 8-ball pool players.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Savannah, Georgia.  

Reilly, E. R. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1994, January 27)  Motives for continuing participation in martial arts: Perspectives of adult women.  SDAAHPERD Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Bryant, T.J. & Hallinan, C.J.  (1993, July 10)  A practice of racism in intercollegiate athletics: University of Alabama as a case history.  Scientific Conference of World University Games Conference, Buffalo, NY.

Schuler, P.B., Hallinan, C.J., & Pierce, E.F.  (1993, March 25)  The relation between body shape satisfaction and percent body fat in male and female college students.  AAHPERD, Convention, Washington D.C.

Hallinan, C.J.  (1992, November 6)  'No right way':  Physical education students' reactions to Becker, Patton, and qualitative methods.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Toledo, Ohio.

Hallinan, C.J. & Krotee, M.L.  (1992, April 8)  Conceptions of nationalism and citizenship among ethnic sport organizations in Australia.  AAHPERD Annual Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Schuler, P.B., Hallinan, C.J., Beaird, J.S. & Buhre, T.U.  (1992, April 10)  The relation between physical activity and body image satisfaction in elderly women.  AAHPERD Annual Convention, Indianapolis.

Hallinan, C.J. & Krotee, M.L.  (1991, November 8)  Recruitment practices among non-Anglo soccer clubs in Australia.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Hallinan, C.J.   (1991, July 11)  Transmission of racial ideology via sport science textbooks.  Australian Society for Sport History Annual Conference, Canberra.

Hallinan, C.J.   (1991, May 30)  Occupational segregation and stratification by gender in the recreational sports workplace.  North American Society for Sport Management Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

Hallinan, C.J. & Downes, B.   (1991, April 4)  Ethnic identity and ethnicity of soccer clubs in Australia. AAHPERD Annual Convention, San Francisco, California.

Hallinan, C.J. & DeGrenier, J.D.  (1990, November 9)  Utility of the 'race' concept in sports science research.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Hallinan, C.J., Evans, J.E. & Pierce, E.   (1990, March 31)  Gender differences in desirable body images among athletes and non-athletes.  AAHPERD Annual Convention, New Orleans,  Louisiana.

Hallinan, C.J., Drowatzky, J.N., Ashby, A.A. & Snyder, E.E.   (1990, March 31)  Values held by prospective coaches toward women's participation in sports.   AAHPERD Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hallinan, C.J.   (1989, November 9)  'Stacking' and Americans in the Australian National Basketball League.  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Hallinan, C.J.   (1988, November 12)  Positional segregation and Aboriginal rugby league players,"  North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Hallinan, C.J.  (1988, October 7)  Aboriginal rugby league players - maximising participation and minimising involvement.  Australian Sports Medicine Federation National Scientific Conference, Sydney. *Received ASMF Fellows Commended Paper Award.*

Associate Professor Chris Hallinan

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