Books / Llyfrau
Jones, C. (due 2016) Sport and Alcohol: An ethical perspective. London: Routledge.
Iorwerth, H. a Jones, C. (2013) Chwaraeon yn y Gymdeithas (Sport in Society). Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. http://www.colegcymraeg.ac.uk/flipbook/chwaraeon/
Edited Books / Llyfrau wedi ei golygu
Hardman A.R and Jones, C.R (Eds) (2011), Philosophy of Sport: International perspectives. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hardman, A.R. and Jones, C. (Eds) (2010) The Ethics of Sports Coaching. London: Routledge.
Refereed Journal Articles / Erthyglau
Iorwerth, H. and Jones, C. (submitted) Ystyriaeth Gritigol o Arwyddocâd Moesegol Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol Gwerddon
Jones, C. (2015) Care and Phronesis in teaching and coaching: dealing with personality disorder. Sport Education and Society DOI: 10.1080/13573322.2015.1015976
Jones, C. (2015) Doping as Addiction: disorder and moral responsibility. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport DOI: 10.1080/00948705.2014.997743
Jones, C. (2015) Ffenomenoleg Dibyniaeth: profiad cyn-chwaraewr pêl-droed. Gwerddon 19 28-44.
Iorwerth, H., Jones, C.R. & Hardman, A. R. (2014) National Identity, Citizenship and the Nation: A Sporting Case Study, National Identities DOI: 10.1080/14608944.2014.897316
Jones, C. (2014) Alcoholism and recovery: A case study of a former professional footballer. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 49 (3/4): 485-505
Jones, C. and Edwards, L. (2013) The Woman in Black: Exposing Sexist Beliefs about Female Officials in Elite Men’s Football, Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. 7, 2: 202-216
Edwards, L., Jones, C., and Weaving, C. (2013) Celebration on ice: double standards following the Canadian women’s gold medal victory at the 2010 Winter Olympics. Sport in Society. 16, 5: 682-698
Iorwerth, H., Jones, C., and Hardman, A. (2012) The Moral Pathologies of National Sporting Representation at the Olympics. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. 6, 2: 267-288
Jones, C. (2011) Drunken Role Models: rescuing our sporting exemplars. Sport Ethics and Philosophy. 5, 4: 414-432.
Iorwerth, H., Jones, C.R. & Hardman, A.R. (2010) Nationalism and Olympism: towards a normative theory of international sporting representation. Olympika. 19: 81-110
Hardman, A., Jones, C. and Jones, R. (2010) “Sports coaching, virtue ethics and emulation.” Physical Education and Sports Pedagogy. 15, 4: 345-359.
Jones, C. (2010) Doping in Cycling: Realism, Antirealism and Ethical Deliberation. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 37, 1: 88-101.
Jones, C. and Fleming, S. (2010) “Judge, Jury and Executioner: The moral status of the ‘hard man’ in sport.” Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. 4, 3: 296-307
Edwards, L. and Jones, C. (2009) “Post Modernism, Queer Theory and Moral Judgment in Sport: some critical reflections”. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 44, 4: 1-14.
Jones, C. and Wilson, C. (2009) “Defining advantage and athletic performance: The case of Oscar Pistorius”. European Journal of Sport Sciences. 9, 2: 125-131.
Jones, C. (2008) “Teaching Virtue through Physical Education.” Sport Education and Society. 13, 3: 337-349.
Jones, C. (2007) Developing good practitioners: Issues of Clarification and Character. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review. 3, 1: 40-42
Jones, C. and Fleming, S. (2007) “I’d Rather Wear a Turban than a Rose”: the (in) appropriateness of terrace chanting amongst sport spectators. Race, Ethnicity and Education. 10, 4: 401-414.
Edwards, L. and Jones, C. (2007) “A Soft Gynocentric Critique of the Practice of Modern Sport.” Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. 1, 3: 346-366.
McNamee, M.J., Jones, C., Cooper, S.M., Bingham, J., North, J. and Finlay, V. (2007) “British spectators’ perceptions of the values and norms in selected professional sports: A comparative ethical survey.” Leisure Studies. 26, 1: 23-45.
Howe, P. D. and Jones, C. (2006) “Classification of Disabled Athletes: (Dis) Empowering the Paralympic Practice Community.” Sociology of Sport Journal.
Jones, C. and Howe, P.D. (2005) “The Conceptual Boundaries of Sport for the Disabled: Classification and Athletic Performance.” Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 32, 2: 127-140
Jones, C. (2005) “Character, Virtue and Physical Education.” European Physical Education Review. 11, 2: 139-151
Fleming, S., Hardman, A., Jones. C., and Sheridan, H. (2005) “Role models Amongst Elite Young Male Rugby League Players in Britain.” European Physical Education Review. 11, 1: 51-70
McNamee, M. J., Jones, C. and Duda, J. (2003) “Psychology, Ethics and Sport”: back to an Aristotelian museum of normalcy” International Journal of Sport and Health Sciences, 1,1: 61-75
Jones, C. (2003) “The Traditional Football Fan: an ethical critique of a selective construction”. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 30. 1: 37-50
Jones, C. (2001) “Towards an Understanding of Ethical Action in Professional Football”. Journal of Professional Ethics. 9, 3&4: 97-119
Jones, C. & McNamee, M.J. (2000) "Moral Reasoning, Moral Action, and the Moral Atmosphere of Sport”. Sport Education and Society. 5, 2: 131-144.
Book Chapters / Penodau
Jones, C. (2014) Esgusodi Twyll (Excusing cheating) yn E Gwynn Matthews (Gol) Y drwg a’r da a’r duwiol Astudiaethau Athronyddol 3.Y Lolfa
Jones, C. (2014) Disability and Sport. A Companion to the Philosophy of Sport. Bloomsbury.
Jones, C. (2014) Spectatorship. Handbook of the Philosophy of Sport. London: Routledge.
Jones, C. (2013) Sports Ethics. In Neil, R., Hanton, S., Fleming, S., and Wilson, K. (Eds) The Research Process In Sport, Exercise and Health; case studies of active researchers. London: Routledge pp 5-20.
Hardman, A. and Jones, C. (2013) Ethics for Coaches. In Jones, R.L.., Hughes, M. and Kingston, K. (Eds.) An introduction to sports coaching (2nd edition) London: Routledge. pp 64-72.
Hardman, A. R., Iorwerth, H. & Jones, C.R. (2012) Sport, patriotism and the Olympic games. In M. Austin and H. Reid (eds.) The Olympics and philosophy. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky.
Hardman, A. and Jones, C. (2011) Sports Coaching and Virtue Ethics in A. Hardman and C.Jones (Eds.) The Ethics of Sports Coaching, London: Routledge pp 72-84.
Jones, C.R. & Edwards, L. (2011) Scoring own goals in gender research: a philosophical critique of the dominant methodology. In A.R. Hardman & C.R. Jones, Philosophy of sport: international perspectives. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 196-216.
Jones, C. and Fleming, S. (2010) “I’d Rather Wear a Turban than a Rose”: the (in) appropriateness of terrace chanting amongst sport spectators in M. McNamee (Ed) The Ethics of Sport: A Reader. London: Routledge pp 276 -285.
Jones, C. (2010) Oscar Pistorius, the Paralympics and issues of fair competition. In D, Lampman and S, Spickard Prettyman, (eds) Learning Cultures through Sport. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield. pp. 238-250.
Hardman, A. a Jones. C. (2009) Athroniaeth ar gyfer hyfforddwyr, yn Jones, R.L.., Hughes, M. a Kingston, K. (Gol.) Cyflwyniad I Hyfforddi Chwaraeon. Caerdydd: Gwasg UWIC. pp 64-72
Jones, C. & Fleming, S. (2008) Izterjevalec v vrhunskem športu: konceptualna kritika [The ‘enforcer’ in elite level sport: A conceptual critique]. Borec LX: 275-287. [Slovenian translation, ISSN 0006-7725]
Hardman, A. H. and Jones, C. (2008). Philosophy for Coaches. In Jones, R.L.., Hughes, M. and Kingston, K. (Eds.) An introduction to sports coaching London: Routledge. pp 64-72.
Jones, C. & McNamee, M.J. (2003) “Moral Development and Sport: Character and Cognitive Developmentalism Contrasted." in Boxill, J.(ed) Sports Ethics, an Anthology. Oxford: Blackwell. pp.40-52
Jones, C. (2000) “Sorry Ref I didn’t see it”- The Limitations of Shields and Bredemeier’s Model of Moral Action. in M.J. McNamee, C.Jennings, and M. Reeves, (eds) Just Leisure: Policy, Ethics and Professionalism. Brighton: LSA Publications. pp 105-119
McNamee, M. J. & Jones, C. (2000) “Value conflicts, Fair Play and a Sports Education worthy of the name” in M. Leicester, C Modgil and S. Modgil .(eds) Education Values and Cultural Diversity Taylor and Francis.pp.107-115.