King, S. (2006). Pink Ribbons, Inc: Breast Cancer and the Politics of Philanthropy. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
King, S. & McDonald, M. (2007). (Post)identity and sporting cultures. Sociology of Sport Journal, 24(1), 2007.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
King, S. (2014). Oxy in Ontario: The multiple materialities of prescription drugs. International Journal of Drug Policy, 25, 486-493.
King, S. (2014). Beyond the war on drugs? Prescription opioids and the NFL. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 38, 184-193.
King, S., Carey, R.S., Jinnah, N., Millington, R., Phillipson, A., Prouse, C., and Ventresca, M. (2014). When is a drug not a drug? Brett Favre, prescription painkillers, and the National Football League. Sociology of Sport Journal, 31, 249-266.
King, S. (2013) Philanthrocapitalism and the healthification of everything. International Political Sociology, 1, 96-98.
Yoon, L. and King, S. (2012). “Dae-han-min-guk”: The “Red Devils,” Korean identity, and the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Asian Journal of Exercise and Sports Science, 9, 13-35.
King, S. and McDonald, M.G. (2012). A different contender? Barack Obama, the 2008 presidential campaign and the racial politics of sport. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35, 6.
King, S. (2010). Pink diplomacy: On the uses and abuses of breast cancer awareness. Health Communication, 25, 286-289.
King, S. (2009). Homonormativity and the politics of race: Reading Sheryl Swoopes. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 13, 279-290.
King, S. (2009). Sociocultural sport studies and the scientific paradigm: A response to John Smith. Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 2, 101-106.
King, S. (2009). Virtually normal: Mark Bingham, the war on terror, and the sexual politics of sport. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 33, 5-24.
King, S. (2008). What’s queer about (queer) sport sociology now? A review essay. Sociology of Sport Journal, 25, 419-442.
King, S. (2008). Offensive lines: Sport-state synergy in an era of perpetual war. Cultural Studies ~ Critical Methodologies, 8, 527-539.
King, S. (2007). Designer babies, stem cells, and the market for genetics: The limits of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act. Canadian Journal of Communication, 32, 613-620.
King, S. & McDonald, M. (2007). (Post)identity and sporting cultures: An introduction and overview. Sociology of Sport Journal, 24, 1-19.
King, S. (2004). Pink ribbons, inc: Breast cancer activism and the politics of philanthropy. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Special Issue on Breast Cancer, 17(4), 473-492.
King, S. (2001). An all-consuming cause: Breast cancer, corporate philanthropy, and the market for generosity. Social Text, 69, 115-143.
King, S. (2001). Marketing generosity: Avon’s women’s health programs and new trends in global community relations. International Journal of Sport Marketing and Promotion, September/October, 267-289.
King, S. (2000). Consuming compassion: AIDS, figure skating, and Canadian identity. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 24(2), 148-175.
King, S. (1993). The politics of the body and the body politic: Magic Johnson and the ideology of AIDS. Sociology of Sport Journal, 10(3), 270-285.
King, S. (In press). Poststructuralism and the sociology of sport. In R. Giulianotti (Ed). Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Sport.
King, S. (In press). Doing good by running well: Breast cancer, the Race for the Cure, and new technologies of ethical citizenship. In M. Silk and D. L. Andrews (Eds.), Physical Cultural Studies. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
King, S. (2013). Buckets for the cure: Do the benefits of cause related marketing outweigh the costs? In J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (Eds.), Communication in Question: Competing perspectives in controversial issues in Communication Studies. Scarborough, ON: Nelson Publishing.
King, S. (2012). Nike U: Full-program athletic contracts and the corporate university. In D. Andrews and M. Silk (Eds.), Sport and neoliberalism. Temple University Press.
King, S. (2012). Civic fitness: The body politics of commodity activism. In S. Banet-Weiser, & R. Mukherjee (Eds.), Commodity activism (pp. 199-218). New York University Press.
King, S. (2011). Pink ribbons go corporate. In P. Donnelly (Ed.), Taking sport seriously: Social issues in Canadian sport. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing. (Part reprint/part new text).
King, S. (2011). Contesting the closet: Sheryl Swoopes, racialized sexuality, and media culture. In D. J. Leonard and C. Richard King (Eds.), Commodified and criminalized: New racism and African Americans in contemporary sports (pp. 203-222). Plymouth UK: Rowman & Littlefield.
King, S. (2010). Pink ribbons, inc: The emergence of cause-related marketing and the corporatization of the breast cancer management. In P. Saukko (Ed.), Governing the female body: Science, media, and the production of femininity (pp.85-111). New York: SUNY Press.
King, S. (2005). How to be good: The NFL, corporate philanthropy, and the racialization of generosity. In C. McCarthy, W. Crichlow, G. Dimitriadis, & N. Dolby (Eds.), Race, identity, and representation in education, Volume 2 (pp. 273-287). New York: Routledge Falmer.
King, S. (2005). Methodological contingencies in contextual sport studies. In D. Andrews, D. Mason, & M. Silk (Eds.), Qualitative research methods in sport studies. New York: Sage.
King, S. (2005). Marketing generosity: The Avon WorldWide Fund for Women’s Health and the reinvention of global corporate citizenship. In M. Silk, D. L. Andrews, and C. L. Cole (Eds.), Sport and Corporate Nationalisms (pp. 83-108). New York: Berg.
Kings, S. (2004). Sports ‘r us: All-school contracts, trademarks and logos. In S. Slaughter and G. Rhoades (Eds.), Academic capitalism and the new economy: Markets, state and higher education (pp. 256-278). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.
King, S. (2003). Doing good by running well: Breast cancer, the Race for the Cure, and new technologies of ethical citizenship. In J. Bratich, J. Packer, & C. McCarthy, (Eds.), Foucault, Cultural Studies, and Governmentality (pp. 295-316). London: SUNY Press.
Cole, C. L. & King, S. (2002). The new politics of urban consumption: Hoop Dreams, Clockers, and “America.” In R. Wilcox, D. Andrews, & R. Pitter (Eds.), Sporting Dystopias: The Making and Meanings of Urban Sport Cultures (pp. 221-246). SUNY Press. (Joint first authorship).
Cole, C. L. & King, S. (2000). Documenting America: Race, realism, and Hoop Dreams. In P. Kivisto & G. Rundblad (Eds.), Multiculturalism in the United States: Current Issues, Contemporary Voices (pp. 229-243). Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge Press. (Joint first authorship).
Cole, C. L. & King, S. (1999). Documenting America: Ethnographies of inner city basketball and logics of capitalism. In R. Sands (Ed.), Anthropology, Sport, and Culture (pp. 147-171). Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey. (Joint first authorship).
Cole, C. L. & King, S. (1998). Representing black masculinity and urban possibilities: Racism, realism, and Hoop Dreams (co-authored with C. L. Cole). In G. Rail (Ed.), Sport and Postmodern Times (pp. 49-86). Albany, New York: SUNY Press. (Joint first authorship).
MASS MEDIA ARTICLES
King, S. (2013, September). The Quaz Q&A: Samantha King. www.jeffpearlman.com.
King, S. (2013, July). Cancer Knowledge Network. http://cancerkn.com/tag/samantha-king/.
King, S. (2012, October 10). Interview with Samantha King. Breast Cancer Consortium. www.breastcancerconsortium.net.
King, S. (2012). A teaching moment about politics and Komen. CNN. http://articles.cnn.com/2012-02-07/opinion/opinion_king-komen_1_susan-g-komen-nancy-brinker-cure-foundation?_s=PM:OPINION.
King, S. (2010, Fall). Pink cigarettes for the cure? Breast Cancer Action Montreal Bulletin, 18, 3. www.bcam.qc.ca.
Kings, S. (2010). What’s next? Pink cigarettes for the cure? Blog entry for University of Minnesota Press. http://www.uminnpressblog.com/2010/10/whats-next-pink-cigarettes-for-cure.html. (Revised version of BCAM Bulletin article).
King, S. (2007, November 3). Sugar coated disease. The National Post, p. WP6.
King, S. (2006, October 26). How corporations, charities can curb cancer. Chronicle of Philanthropy, 19(2), p.73.
King, S. (2006, October 6). Are we getting pinkwashed? Commercialization of breast cancer cause has overshadowed the search for a cure, author argues. Toronto Star, p. E1.
King, S. (2004, October 23). Pink Ribbon Inc. Kingston Whig-Standard, p.7.
King, S. (2011). Barbara L. Ley, From pink to green: Disease prevention and the environmental breast cancer movement, Rutgers University Press, 2009. Health, 15, 2, 206-207.
Kings, S. (2009). Caudwell, J. (Ed.). Sport, sexualities, and queer/theory. London: Routledge. Leisure Studies, 28, 113-114.
Kings, S. (2008). Aronowitz, R. Unnatural History: Breast Cancer and American Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Journal of American History, 95, 533.
King, S (2007). Reuter, S. Z. Narrating Social Order: Agoraphobia and the Politics of Classification. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Canadian Journal of Sociology, http://www.cjsonline.ca/current.html.
King, S. (2006). Abdel-Shehid, G. Who Da Man? Black Masculinities and Sporting Cultures. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. New Dawn: Journal of Black Canadian Studies, 1(1).
King, S. (2006). Hong, F. & Mangan J. (Eds). Women, Soccer, Sexual Liberation: Kicking Off a New Era. London: Frank Cass. Journal of Gender Studies, 15(2):200-01.
King, S. (in press). Offensive lines: Sport-state synergy in an era of perpetual war The NFL: Critical/Cultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
King, S. (in press). Designer babies, stem cells, and the market for genetics: The limits of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act. In GLOBAL VIEWPOINTS: Genetic Engineering. Gale.
King, S. (2005). Pink Ribbon Inc: Do some firms exploit breast cancer and our goodwill to boost their bottom lines? Reprinted from the Kingston Whig-Standard in R. Beamish & A, Burfoot (Eds.), Social Dynamics; Social Relations; Social Change Vol. I, Pearson Custom Publishing.
King, S. (2001). The politics of the body and the body politic: Magic Johnson and the ideology of AIDS. Republished in A. Yiannikis & M. Melnick (Eds.), Contemporary Issues in the Sociology of Sport. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Press.
King, S. (2003). “Physical Education.” In M. Stein et al (Eds.), Encyclopedia Of Lesbian Gay Bisexual And Transgendered History In America (pp. 380-382). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
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