The Deviant Leisure Perspective: A Theoretical Introduction
Thomas Raymen and Oliver Smith
What lies beneath? Some notes on ultra-realism, and the intellectual foundations of the ‘deviant leisure’ perspective
Consumptive and non-consumptive leisure and its fit with deviance
Robert A. Stebbins
Real Ultras and Ultra Realism: Deviant Leisure Cultures, High Theory and Raw Realism
‘Be more VIP’: Deviant Leisure and hedonistic excess in Ibiza’s ‘Disneyized’ party spaces
Keith Hayward and Tim Turner
Substance Use in the Night-Time Economy: Deviant Leisure?
Lifestyle Drugs and Late-Capitalism: A Topography of Harm
‘The fittest on Earth’: Performance and Image Enhancing Drugs within UK CrossFit Communities
Katinka Van de Ven and Kyle J.D. Mulrooney
From edgework to death drive: The pursuit of pleasure and denial of harm in a leisure society
The Business of Resistance: Feminist pornography and the limits of leisure industries as sites of political resistance
Lifestyle Gambling in Accelerated Culture
Loving the Planet to Death: Tourism and Ecocide
Luxury, Tourism and Harm: A Deviant Leisure Perspective
14Conspicuously Doing Charity: Exploring the relationship between ‘doing good’ and doing harm in tourism
Harmful Spaces, Harmful Places
The Paradox of Parkour: Conformity, Resistance and Spatial Exclusion
Urban Exploration as Deviant Leisure
Holiday camps, prison time and confined escapism: Understanding leisure, pleasure and harm in prisons
Kate Gooch and David Sheldon
Oliver Smith is a reader in Criminology at The University of Plymouth, UK. He has published widely in the field of deviant leisure, and is author of Contemporary Adulthood and the Night Time Economy (Palgrave, 2014). His current research examines the capacity for environmental harm in the context of commodified leisure markets.
Thomas Raymen is Senior Lecturer in criminology at Northumbria University, UK. His interests span the fields of criminology, moral philosophy, leisure studies, cultural geography and urban studies. Thomas is the author of Parkour, Deviance and Leisure in the Late Capitalist City (Emerald, 2018), and his research has focused upon a criminological exploration of the concept of 'deviant leisure'. He is currently focused on developing a theory of social harm rooted in a post-liberal ethics.
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