Joanne Mayoh

Dr Joanne Mayoh

  • 01202 968385
  • jmayoh at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Sport , Physical Activity & Health
  • Dorset House D144, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
Back to top

Biography

My current research interests are located within physical cultural studies focusing on digital bodies, neoliberalism and wellbeing. Recent papers have focused on how people engage in embodied gender and identity practices using social media, and have philosophically conceptualised how physicality provides existential possibilities for wellbeing. I am also interested in the relationship between physical activity and wellbeing for older adults. I am currently involved in a number of cross-school bids that focus on active ageing and physical activity intervention design and evaluation for older adults with chronic health conditions

My earlier work and PhD focused on how cultural changes associated with the postmodern age such as the Internet effect our society and the ageing population. This led to an interest in how consumers use the internet and new technologies (such as application software) as a part of physical activity and exercise regimes.

I also have a passion for methodology, and particularly those that empower and involve the general public within the research process...

more

Journal Articles

Conferences

  • Mayoh, J. and Jones, I., 2014. Older adults’ experiences of physical activity: A path towards well-being through empowering embodiment. In: British Sociological Association, Ageing, Body and Society Study Group 6th Annual Conference "Researching Bodies" 28 November 2014 London.
  • Mayoh, J. and Jones, I., 2014. Woman’s Sport and Exercise Experiences: A Path towards Empowering Embodiment. In: Leisure Studies Association 7-9 July 2014 Paisley.
  • Mayoh, J. and Onwuegbuzie, A., 2013. Mixed Methods Phenomenological Research: Moving towards a conceptualisation. In: International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 15-18 May 2013 Champaign, Illinois.
  • Mayoh, J. and Onwuegbuzie, A., 2013. Mixed Methods Phenomenological Research: Surveying the Landscape. In: International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 15-18 May 2013 Champaign, Illinois.
  • Mayoh, J. and Jones, I., 2013. Using the Dwelling- Mobility Theory to Explore how Sport can make Wellbeing an Experiential Possibility. In: Paper presented at the Phenomenology Special Interest Group 3 July 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Mayoh, J., Kavanagh, E. and Wilding, A., 2012. Conceptualising Wellbeing from a Community Perspective. In: LSA 2012 17-19 July 2012 Edinburgh.
  • Mayoh, J., Hutchings, J., Kavanagh, E., Wilding, A. and Jones, I., 2012. A parallel study on ageing and positive achievement in ultra-endurance sport. In: LSA 2012 17-19 July 2012 Edinburgh.
  • Mayoh, J., 2012. The Experience of Using Mixed Methods for Doctoral Research- The Challenges and Opportunities. In: International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 16-19 May 2012 Champaign, IL.
  • Mayoh, J., 2009. Navigating the maze of online health information: the experiences of people with chronic health conditions. In: BCS Health Informatics Scotland Conference 2009 21-22 September 2009 Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Mayoh, J. and Bond, C.S., 2008. Mixed feelings. In: 7th International Qualitative Research Conference 8-10 September 2008 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Mayoh, J., 2008. Will the development of Web 2.0 technology result in a preference for quantity over quality? In: Medicine 2.0 Congress 4-5 September 2008 Toronto, Canada.
  • Mayoh, J., 2008. Using a sequential mixed methods approach to explore the information seeking experiences of people with chronic illness. In: Mixed Methods Conference & Workshops 2008 21-24 July 2008 Cambridge, England.

PhD Students

  • Amy Lloyd
  • Emma Mosley
  • Sophie Bushell

Profile of Teaching PG

  • MIxed Methods Research

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Social Perspectives in Sport, Research Skills, Dissertation

Grants

  • RDF Small Grant (Internal, 01 May 2012). Completed
  • RDF Small Grant (Internal, 01 May 2011). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • British Medical Association, Paient Information Reviewer
  • Journal of Mixed Methods Research, Reviewer

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Dorset Partnership for Older People Programme

Qualifications

  • PhD in Health Informatics (2011)
  • BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science (2006)

Honours

  • SUBU You're Brilliant Award (2013)

Memberships

  • British Society of Gerontology, Member,

Networks

  • BUDI
The data on this page was last updated at 04:10 on September 25, 2018.