• Anabolic–androgenic steroid use and correlates in Norwegian adolescents 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo; Bakken, Anders; Loland, Sigmund (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This paper surveys the prevalence and correlates of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) use among Norwegian adolescents, and examines the degree to which sports participation is a mediating or moderating factor to well-known ...
    • Anti-doping as solidarity: A philosophical inquiry into anti-doping in elite sport 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Doctoral thesis, 2020)
      Doping in elite sport is commonly understood as a moral problem. In line with this view, antidoping work is set out to protect ‘clean’ athletes and ‘the spirit of sport’ from individual athletes’ and accomplices’ lack of ...
    • Å snakke om doping: en studie av kommunikasjon om doping i en gruppe unge og lovende landeveissyklister 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Master thesis, 2015-10-22)
      Tidligere forskning på doping i landeveissykling viser at bruk og ikke-bruk utfoldes i en sosial kontekst. Unge rekrutter i profesjonelle lag blir del av nye miljøer, får nye mennesker rundt seg og opplever kanskje at ...
    • From political sports to sports politics: on political mobilization of sports issues 

      Seippel, Ørnulf; Dalen, Håvard Bergesen; Sandvik, Morten Renslo; Solstad, Gerd Marie (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      How and why do sports issues turn into politics? The aim of this paper is to explore how politicization of sports might happen, to show how social movement theory might contribute to such understandings and to contribute ...
    • Sport, stories and morality: a Rortyan approach to doping ethics 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Stories pervade sport. In elite spectator sport, stories play out in packed stadiums while being broadcast simultaneously to immense TV audiences. These stories, which present controversial goals, great comebacks, underdog ...
    • Talking doping: a frame analysis of communication about doping among talented, young, Norwegian road cyclists 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo; Strandbu, Åse; Loland, Sigmund (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-07-08)
      In everyday communication, participants can critically explore their understanding of morally complex phenomena. There has been little effort within the social sciences to provide insight into whether and how athletes ...
    • The Confession Dilemma: Doping, Lying, and Narrative Identity 

      Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Despite the commonly held view that confessing to doping is morally right, few former elite athletes who have doped confess to doping. In this paper, I ask whether elite athletes who have doped are morally obliged to ...
    • Young people’s experiences of parental involvement in youth sport 

      Strandbu, Åse; Stefansen, Kari; Smette, Ingrid; Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Recently parental involvement in youth sport has intensified, challenging the understanding of youth sports as an arena where adolescents can develop their identity and autonomy. On this background, our study explores how ...
    • Young people’s experiences of parental involvement in youth sport 

      Strandbu, Åse; Stefansen, Kari; Smette, Ingrid; Sandvik, Morten Renslo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      Recently parental involvement in youth sport has intensified, challenging the understanding of youth sports as an arena where adolescents can develop their identity and autonomy. On this background, our study explores how ...