Phipps, C. (2019) Thinking beyond the binary: Barriers to trans* participation in university sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, DOI: 10.1177/1012690219889621.
Phipps, C. (2020) ‘We already do enough around equality and diversity’: Action taken by student union officers to promote LGBT+ inclusion in university sport. Sociology of Sport Journal, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1123/ssj.2019-0119
Moghadam, S., Phipps, C., Thelwell, R., & Weston. N. (2020) Navigating the rocky road: Elite female boxers’ perceptions of their boxing journey. Martial Arts Studies, 9, 71-85. DOI: org/10.18573/mas.100
Phipps, C. (2019) ‘They were constantly harassing us and a lot of it was to do with our sexuality’: Masculinities, heteronormativity and homophobia in university-based sport. In: R. Magrath, J. Cleland & E. Anderson (Eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Masculinity in Sport (in press).
Phipps, C., Khomutova, A., & Channon, A.C. (2019) Coaching female combat athletes: Creating positive environments for women and girls. In: J. Wallace & J. Lambert (Eds.) Sport Coaching with Diverse Populations: Theory and Practice (in press).
Channon, A., & Phipps, C. (2017) Pink gloves still give black eyes: Exploring ‘alternative’ femininity in women’s combat sports. Martial Arts Studies, 3, 24-37.
Piedra, J., Ramírez-Macías, G., Ries, R., Rodríguez-Sánchez, A.R., & Phipps, C. (2015) Homophobia and heterosexism: Spanish physical education teachers’ perceptions. Sport in Society, 8(1), 42-55.
Mierzwinski, M., & Phipps, C. (2015) ‘’I’m not the type of person who does yoga’’: Women, ‘hard’ martial arts and the quest for exciting significance. In: A. Channon & C.R. Matthews [Eds.] Global Perspectives on Women in Combat Sports. Women Warriors around the World (237-252). Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.