William V. Massey, Ph.D.

William V. Massey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
william.massey@oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-737-3226

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Women's Building 203C

160 SW 26th Street

160 SW 26th Street
Corvallis, OR 97331
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Biography

PhD, Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MS, Psychosocial Kinesiology, Southern Illinois University
BA, Sport Studies, Central Michigan University

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New book: Sport in Under-resourced, Underdeveloped, and Conflict Regions

Over the past two decades, scholars and practitioners have taken a keen interest in the field of Sport for Development and Peace (SDP). These efforts have largely focused on and debated the merits of sport as a tool for development, diplomacy, and peace building in under-resourced, underdeveloped, and conflict regions. Making sense of the positive contributions that sport can offer to such complex and multi-faceted issues requires understanding the various connections and meanings that individuals and communities ascribe to their sporting experiences. This book offers a unique outlet for research that engages with, rather than makes claims about, individuals and communities around the world. Diverse, contemporary, and thought-provoking examples of qualitative methods in the study of SDP are detailed, along with rich, meaningful, and provocative insights from these studies.

Publications

2016

2013

Journal Article

W. V. Massey, Meyer, B. B., and Naylor, A. H., Toward a grounded theory of self-regulation in mixed martial arts, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 12 - 20, 2013.

2011

Journal Article

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