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Below you can find a selection of the various publications of LMCFR staff. If you require further information about a specific publication, please get in touch.

Published work - 2018

Elliott, R. & Gusterud, E. (2018). 'Finding the back of the net: Networks and migrant recruitment in Norwegian football'. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 53(1), 69-83. 

Lawrence, S. and Crawford, G. (eds.) (2018) Digital Football Cultures: Fandom, Resistances and Identities. London: Routledge.

Published work - 2017 - 2016

Elliott, R. (2017). 'Introduction: 25 years of the English Premier League'. In R. Elliott (Ed.) The English Premier League: A socio-cultural analysis. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R. (2017). 'The best league in the world? Predicting the future of the English Premier League'. In R. Elliott (Ed.) The English Premier League: A socio-cultural analysis. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R. (2017).'The English Premier League: A socio-cultural analysis'. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R. (2017).'Winning the global war for talent: Immigrant players, status and the English Premier League'. Invited paper presented at High Point University and the University of North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina, USA.

Elliott, R. (2017).'Winning the war for talent: foreign players, status and the English Premier League'. In R. Elliott (Ed.) The English Premier League: A socio-cultural analysis. London: Routledge.

Lawrence, S. (2017) ‘A Critical Race Theory analysis of the English Premier League: Confronting the declining significance of race and racism myth’. In: R. Elliott (ed.) The English Premier League: A Socio-Cultural analysis. London: Routledge, pp. 133.

Magrath, R. and Anderson, E. (2017). Football, homosexuality and the English Premier League. In Elliott, R. (ed.).The English Premier League: A socio-cultural analysis,pp. 150-162. 

Magrath, R., Cleland, J. and Anderson, E. (2017). Bisexual erasure in the British print media: Representation of Tom Daley's coming out.Journal of Bisexuality, 17(3), 300-317. 

Magrath, R. (2017). Footballing masculinities: The changing nature of English football academies. In Price, J. and Kilvington, D. (eds.).Sport and Discrimination, pp. 109-121.

Magrath, R. (2017). Inclusive Masculinities in Contemporary Football: Men in the Beautiful Game.London: Routledge.

Magrath, R. (2017). Media accounts of the first transgender person to work in the English Premier League. In Anderson, E. and Travers, A. (eds.).Transgender Athletes in Competitive Sport,pp. 116-128.

Magrath, R. (2017). The intersection of race, religion and homophobia in British football.International Review for the Sociology of Sport,52(4), 411-429.

Magrath, R. (2017). "To try and gain an advantage for my team": Homophobic and homosexually themed chanting among English football fans.Sociology (Online First).

Roberts, S., Anderson, E. and Magrath, R. (2017). Continuity, change and complexity in the performance of masculinity among elite young footballers in England.British Journal of Sociology, 68(2), 336-357.

Webber, D. M. (2017). ‘Doing our Bit by Wearing the Kit: Liverpool FC, Standard Chartered and the Postcolonial Subjectivities of ‘Ethical’ Football Shirt Sponsorship’, paper presented at the 2017 Sports Africa conference, University of Free State Bloemfontein.

Webber, D. M. (2017). ‘The Great Transformation of the English Game: Karl Polanyi and the Double Movement ‘Against Modern Football”, in B. Garcia and J. Zheng (eds.) (2017)Whose Game Is It? Supporter Activism and Regulation in European Football, London: Palgrave, 9-26.

Webber, D. M. (2017). ‘Trauma, Safety and Justice: the Cognitive Politics of ‘Safe Standing’’, paper presented at the ‘Crisis and Everyday Personal Finance’ workshop, the University of Warwick Brussels Office.

Anderson, E., Magrath, R. and Bullingham, R. (2016). Out in Sport: The Experiences of Openly Gay and Lesbian Athletes in Competitive Sport.London: Routledge.

Cleland, J., Magrath, R. and Kian, T. (2016). Masculinity and sexuality in association football: An online response to the coming out of Thomas Hitzlsperger. Men and Masculinities (Online First).

Elliott, R. (2016). 'Football’s Irish exodus: Examining the factors influencing Irish player migration to English professional leagues'. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 51(2), 146-161.

Elliott, R. (2016).‘Networks and migrant recruitment in professional football: An analysis of the Norwegian Tippeligaen’. Paper presented at 13th European Association for Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Copenhagen: Denmark.

Elliott, R. and Gusterud, E. (2016). Finding the back of the net: Networks and migrant recruitment in Norwegian football.International Review for the Sociology of Sport. DOI: 10.1177/1012690216640526.

Lawrence, S (2016). '‘We are the boys from the Black Country’! (Re)Imagining local, regional and spectator identities through fandom at Walsall Football Club'. Social & Cultural Geography 17: 282-299.

Lawrence, S and Pipini, M (2016). 'Violence'. In: Cashmore, E. and Dixon, K. (eds.) Studying Football. London: Routledge.

Turner, M. (2016). 'Examining the new fan movement to permit standing at football in England and Wales'. Paper presented at the 13th European Association for the Sociology of Sport Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Candidate:

Turner, M. (2016). 'Investigating the networks, tactics and mobilisations to permit standing at football matches in England and Wales'. Paper Presented at the North America Society for the Sociology of Sport, Tampa, Florida.

Turner, M. (2016). 'Investigating the new fan movement to permit standing at football in England and Wales'. Paper presented at the World Congress for the Sociology of Sport, International Sociology of Sport Association, Budapest, Hungary.

Turner, M. (2016). 'The evolution of the Safe Standing Movement; investigating the tactics and mobilisations'. Presentation at the ‘Future Football: a design for life’ conference by the Football Collective, Broadhurst Park, Manchester.

Webber, D. M. (2016). ‘‘Governmentality’ in the Global Game: FIFA, Foucault and Neoliberalization of World Football’, paper presented at the 2016 Sport&EU conference, CEU-San Pablo University, Madrid.

Webber, D. M. (2016). ‘Hillsborough inquest rights the wrongs, but now attitudes towards fans must change’, The Conversation, 27 April 2016.

Webber, D. M. (2016). ‘Safe standing would be “fitting legacy” to Hillsborough victims’,The Football Supporters Federation, 29 September 2016.

Published work - 2015 - 2014

Elliott, R. (2015). 'Chasing the ball: The motivations, experiences and effects of migrant professional footballers'. In R. Elliott & J. Harris (Eds.) Football and Migration: Perspectives, places, players. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R. (2015). 'From the Baltic to the Solent: Some preliminary observations on the role that football can play in the integration of Polish migrants in Southampton'. Paper presented at Football as Inclusive Leisure, Southampton: England.

Elliott, R. (2015). 'Ireland's loss, England's gain: An analysis of the factors influencing Irish player migration to English professional football leagues'. Paper presented at 12th European Association for Sociology of Sport Annual Conference, Dublin: Ireland.

Elliott, R. and Harris J. (Eds.) (2015). 'Football and Migration: Perspectives, places, players'. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R. and Harris, J. (2015). 'Playing the long-ball game: Future directions in the study of football and migration'. In R. Elliott & J. Harris (Eds.) Football and Migration: Perspectives, places, players. London: Routledge.

Harris, J. and Elliott, R. (2015). 'Perspectives, places and players: An introduction to football and migration'. In R. Elliott & J. Harris (Eds.) Football and Migration: Perspectives, places, players. London: Routledge.

Hylton, K and Lawrence, S (2015). Reading Ronaldo: Contingent whiteness in the football media. Soccer & Society 16: 765-782.

Magrath, R., Anderson, E. and Roberts, S. (2015). On the door-step of equality: Athletes toward gay athletes among academy-level footballers. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(7), 804-821.  

Magrath, R., Anderson, E. and Roberts, S. (2015). On the door-step of equality: Athletes toward gay athletes among academy-level footballers. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(7), 804-821.  

Magrath, R., and Anderson, E. (2015). Homophobia in Men’s Football. In J.E. Hughson, J. Maguire, R. Spaajj and K. Moore (eds.). Handbook of Football Studies. 

Rookwood, J. (2015). Consuming football in late modern life. Sport in Society, 18(3), 388-401. 

Rookwood, J. (2015). ‘Encountering the Animals’: football hooliganism in the Balkans. European Association for Sociology of Sport conference. Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland.

Rookwood, J. (2015). Managing sport-for-development: Sports projects in fractured and developing communities. Invited lecture at University of Vic, Spain.

Rookwood, J. (2015). ‘Old fans, new customers’: prevailing localism and intruding globalism in English football. Invited lecture at Malmö University, Sweden.

Rookwood, J. (2015). Sport for development: A British university project in Malawi. Political Studies Association Sport conference. Durham University, England.

Turner, M. (2015). 'Exploring English Football Fan Activism, Mobilisation, and Social Movements post- 1990: A Case Study of the ‘Safe Standing’ Campaign'. Paper presented at the 12th European Association for the Sociology of Sport, Dublin. Ireland.

Turner, M. (2015). 'Fan Activism and Inclusive Social Movements'. Paper presented at the Football as Inclusive Leisure Conference, Southampton Solent University. Southampton. England.

Webber, D. M. (2015). ‘Party policies’, When Saturday Comes, May 2015, issue 339.

Webber, D. M. (2015). ‘“Playing on the Break”: Karl Polanyi and the Double-Movement ‘Against Modern Football”, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, published online first, 23 December 2015 (doi: 10.1177/1012690215621025).

Bullingham, R. and Magrath, R. (2014). Changing the game: Sport, and a cultural shift away from homohysteria. In Anderson, E. and Hargreaves, J. (eds.). Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexualities, pp. 275-282.

Elliott, R. (2014). Brits abroad: A case study analysis of three British footballers migrating to the Hungarian Soproni Liga, Soccer and Society, 15(4), 517-534.

Elliott, R. (2014). Elite youth development and ‘feet-drain’ in Brazilian football. Invited paper presented at Encontro Internacional de Futebol Unisport, Sao Paulo: Brazil.

Elliott, R. (2014). Football’s Irish exodus: Examining the factors influencing Irish player migration to English professional leagues, International Review for the Sociology of Sport. Sage Online-First, 1-15.

Elliott, R. (2014). Professional football, commercialisation and the sponsorship, advertising, media axis. Invited paper presented at Encontro Internacional de Futebol Unisport, Sao Paulo: Brazil.

Elliott, R., and Harris J. (Eds.) (2014). Football and Migration: Perspectives, places, players. London: Routledge. 

Lawrence, S (2014). Racialising the “great man”: A Critical Race study of idealised male athletic bodies in Men’s Health magazine. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 51 (7): 777-799

Magrath, R. (2014). “The inclusive masculinities of Premier League academy footballers.” Presented at University of Sussex, Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies Conference. Brighton: England.

Magrath, R. (2014). “The construction of masculinities among adolescent and emerging footballers.” Presented at Izmir University, International Men and Masculinities Symposium. Izmir: Turkey.

Magrath, R. (2014). “The current state of play: Documenting football’s changing relationship with homophobia.” Presented at Manchester Metropolitan University, Football and Culture Conference. Manchester: England.

Rookwood, J. (2014). ‘Building walls, building bridges’ – war and peace in Israel and Palestine. Invited lecture at VIA University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Rookwood, J. (2014). Exploring football fandom and football hooliganism in the UK and Europe. Invited lecture at Pacific University, Oregon, USA.

Rookwood, J. (2014). ‘Football, fandom and festivity’: A comparative analysis of the use, impact and experience of fan parks at international football tournaments between 2002 and 2014. Leisure Studies Association conference. University of Western Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland. 

Rookwood, J. (2014). Hooliganism. In H. Copes & C. Forsyth (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Social Deviance. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Rookwood, J. (2014). Slovenia 2002. In D. Hewitson & D. Hardman (Eds.), Places I Remember: Liverpool FC in Europe. Liverpool: Bluecoat Chambers Press.

Rookwood, J. (2014). Sport, Culture and Education – from Europe to Africa. Invited lecture at SOS Children’s Villages, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Rookwood, J. (2014). ‘The Bulgarian strain of an English disease?’ Examining youth cultures and the development of football fandom and disorder from Britain to South-eastern Europe. Invited lecture at Sofia University, Bulgaria.

Rookwood, J. (2014). ‘We pushed a wall on them all’: British football fan rivalries, chants and the manipulation of tragedy. Sport, Probing the Boundaries conference. University of Oxford, England.

Turner, M. (2014). #WorldCup: tweeting football fans change the nature of the game, in the Conversation. 

Turner, M. (2014). Football Fandom in Late Modernity: Alternative Spaces and Places of Consumption, in Fletcher, T., Dashper, K. and McCullough, N. (Eds.) Sports Events, Society and Culture. Taylor and Francis: Oxford

Turner, M. (2014). The pageantry, performance and publicity of goal celebrations, in the Conversation.

Webber, D. M. (2014). ‘Karl Polanyi and the Cultural ‘Everyday’ Political Economy of English Football’, paper presented at the Football and Culture symposium, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Webber, D. M. (2014). ‘The Labour Party, English Football and the Decline of British Industry’, paper presented at the Deindustrialization and Its Aftermath: Class, Culture, and Resistance conference, Concordia University, Montréal.  

Webber, D. M. (2014). ‘The People’s Party, the People’s Game: The Labour Party, English Football and the Exclusion of the Working Classes’, paper presented at the 2014 PSA Sport and Politics conference, Liverpool John Moores University.

Webber, D. M. and Cloake, M. (2014). ‘Priced out of matches and treated as commodities, football fans are finally starting to reclaim the beautiful game’, New Statesman, 23 December 2014.

Published work - 2013 - 2012

Elliott, R. (2013). Hungary for a chance: A case study analysis of British professional footballers' migrations to the Hungarian Soproni Liga. 10th European Association for Sociology of Sport conference, Cordoba: Spain. 

Elliott, R. (2013). New Europe, new chances?: The migration of professional footballers to Poland's Ekstraklasa, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 48(6), 736-750. 

Elliott, R. (2013). Reinventing the past: Youth and national team development in England and Germany. In Waine, A and Naglo, K (Eds.) On and off the field: Football culture in England and Germany. Berlin: Springer.

Elliott, R. and Bania, K. (2013). Poles apart: Foreign players, Polish football and Euro 2012, Soccer and Society special issue, 'Exploring the cultural, ideological and economic legacies of Euro2012', Soccer and Society, Taylor & Francis iFirst, 1-16.

Magrath, R. (2013). “It’s not homophobia, just banter!” Presented at Cardiff University, Young Sexualities Postgraduate Conference, Cardiff: Wales.

Magrath, R. (2013). “It’s not homophobia – just a bit of banter!” The discourse of gay-friendly football fans. Presented at Glasgow University, New Agendas on Youth and Young Adulthood, Glasgow: Scotland. 

O'Brien, J. (2013 - Forthcoming). From La Furia to La Roja; Football, Politics and Culture in Spain. Bristol: Intellect Books.

Rookwood, J. (2013). Building from Beslan: examining an NGO community sport initiative in Russia and its capacity to promote peace amongst victims of terrorism. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 5 (4), 230-242.

Rookwood, J. (2013). Disasters, rivalries and disorder in European football. Invited lecture at University of Vic, Spain.

Rookwood, J. (2013). ‘Where were you when you were us?’ MK Dons v AFC Wimbledon. Political Studies Association Sport conference. University of Bath, England.

Turner, M. (2013). English Football Goal Celebrations within a Global Context in Waine, A and Naglo, K (Eds.) On and off the field: Football culture in England and Germany. Berlin: Springer.

Turner, M. (2013). Modern 'live' football: moving from the panoptican gaze to the performative, virtual and carnivalesque. Sport in Society. 16. (1). pp. 85-93.

Elliott, R. (2012). Football and international relations: People, places, power, Invited paper presented at Football: Politics of the global game, Warsaw: Poland. 

Elliott, R. (2012). Poles apart: The migrations of professional footballers to Poland's Ekstraklasa International Sociology of Sport Association World Congress, Glasgow: Scotland.

Elliott, R. (2012). The global game, the global league: Examining the globalisation of the English Premier League. Invited paper presented at the UWE Hartpury Sports Management Conference, Gloucestershire. England.

Elliott, R., Cross, J. and Jones, C. (2012). LMA Review of Technical Areas. Warwick: League Managers Association.

Magrath, R. (2012). “To try and put them off their game”: The use of homophobic discourse among gay-friendly football fans. Presented at British Sociological Association, Young Masculinities: Challenges, Changes and Transitions, London: England.

O'Brien, J. (2012). "El Clasico" and the demise of tradition in Spanish Club Football: Perspectives on shifting patterns of cultural identity. Sport, Race and Ethnicity, University of Ulster, Belfast.

O'Brien, J. (2012). Shades of Basqueness; Football, Politics and Ethnicity in The Basque Country - a case study of Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad, Sport in Society.

Rookwood, J. (2012). Constructing peace and fostering social integration through sport and play in Azerbaijan. In B. Segaert, M. Theeboom, C. Timmerman & B. Vanreusel (Eds.), Sports, Governance, Development and Corporate Responsibility. New York: Routledge. 

Rookwood, J. (2012). ‘We’re not English we are Scouse!’ Examining the identities of Liverpool Football Club supporters. In J. Hughson, C. Palmer & F. Skillen (Eds.), Sport and Social Identity: Studies from the Field. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Rookwood, J. and Pearson, G. (2012). The football hoolifan: positive fan attitudes to ‘hooliganism.’ International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 47(2), 147-162.

Turner, M. (2012). From 'pats on the back' to 'dummy sucking': a critique of the changing social, cultural and political significance of football goal celebrations. Soccer and Society. 13. (1). 1-18.

Published work - 2011 - 2010

Elliott, R. (2011). 'Back to the future': Assessing the problems facing youth development in English grass-roots and elite level football. Leisure Studies Association Annual Conference, Southampton: England. 

Elliott, R. and Harris, J. (2011). Crossing the Atlantic from Football to Soccer: Preliminary Observations on the Migrations of English Players and the Internationalization of Major League Soccer, Working USA, 14(4), 555-568.

Rookwood, J. (2011). Playing football and building peace in Liberia: the impact of value-led initiatives. In, A. Ratna & B. Lashua (Eds.), Leisure Studies Association Series. Diversity and Equality in Leisure, Sport and Tourism:  Inclusion and Community. Leeds: Leisure Studies Association.

Rookwood, J. (2011). Playing sport and constructing communities. Invited lecture at The University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia.

Rookwood, J. and Chan, N. (2011). ‘The 39th Game’ – Fan responses to the Premier League’s proposal to globalise English football, Soccer & Society, 12(6), 897-913.

Rookwood, J. and Millward, P. (2011). ‘We all dream of a team of Carraghers’: Comparing ‘local’ and Texan Liverpool fans’ talk. Sport in Society, 14(1), 37-52.

Rookwood, J. and Millward, P. (2009). ‘A working class hero is something to be’: Examining Liverpool supporters’ heroism of Jamie Carragher. European Association for the Sociology of Sport conference. Scuolo dello Sport del Lazio, Rome, Italy.

Rookwood, J. and O’Callaghan, L. (2011). ‘We’re the price of Merseyside’. Exploring football rivalries in the capital of culture. International Journal of Arts and Sciences conference. Anglo-American University, Prague, Czech Republic.   

Rookwood, J. and Palmer, C. (2011). ‘Invasion games in war-torn nations’ – Can football help to build peace? Soccer & Society, 12(2), 184-200.

Elliott, R. (2010). Football’s ‘other’ transfer market: Examining the effects of foreign players and processes of ‘feet-exchange’ in the Premier Academy League. Centers and Peripheries in Sport, Malmo: Sweden.

Elliott, R. (2010). The athlete as highly skilled migrant: Examining the significance of a conceptual synthesis in athletic migration research. Sport and Diaspora, Lisbon: Portugal.

Elliott, R. and Weedon, G. (2010). Foreign players in the Premier Academy League: ‘Feet-Drain’ or ‘Feet-Exchange’? International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 46(1), 61-75.

O'Brien, J. (2010). Football, Politics and The Media in Contemporary Spain. Political Studies Association, University of Edinburgh.

O'Brien, J. (2010). Football, Politics and The Nation in Spanish Football. World Journalism Education Council: Journalism in an Age of Radical Change, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Rookwood, J. (2010). Constructing peace and fostering social integration through Sport and Play in Azerbaijan. Sports: a Matter of Peace conference. University of Antwerp, Belgium.

Rookwood, J. (2010). ‘I smell the blood of an Englishman’: Cardiff City, football disorder and Welsh nationalism. International Journal of Arts & Sciences conference: University of Malta, Gozo, Malta.

Rookwood, J. (2010). ‘I smell the blood of an Englishman’: Cardiff City, football disorder and Welsh nationalism. The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Thought, 1(1), 395-406. 

Rookwood, J. (2010). The development of English football since 1985. Invited lecture at Sport University, Cologne, Germany.

Rookwood, J. (2010). The response to British football hooliganism. Invited lecture at University of Vic, Spain.

Rookwood, J. and Wassong, S. (2010). NGOs – using sport to promote peace and integration in fractured societies. In N. Ferguson (Ed.), Conflict and the Reconstruction of Civil Society. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Published work - 2009 - 2008

Elliott, R. (2009). A game of two halves?: Foreign players in the English Premier League, Invited paper presented at Central Council for Physical Recreation European Summit, London: England.

Elliott, R. (2009). 'Feet-Drain' or 'Feet-Exchange'?: Examining the Effects of Elite Foreign Footballers in the Premier Academy League. Labour Market Migration in European Football: Issues and Challenges. Birkbeck Sports Business Centre: London.

Elliott, R. (2009). Football's foreign exchange: Challenging perceptions of foreign player involvement in the English Premier Academy League, Play the Game: 6th World Communications Conference on Sport and Society, Coventry: England.

Elliott, R. (2009). Football's new 'foreign legion'?: Foreign players in the Premier Academy League, Invited paper presented at FC Business Live Player and Coach Development Conference, Birmingham: England.

Harris, J. (2009). ‘Shaping up to the men: (Re)creating identities in women’s football’, in J. Harris and A. Parker (Eds.) Sport and Social Identities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Harris, J. and Parker, A. (Eds.) (2009). Sport and Social Identities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Maguire, J., Mazur, Z., Wawrzyczek, I. and Elliott, R. (2009). 'New Europe, Old Games': Making Sense of Anglo-Polish Media Coverage of England versus Poland Football Matches. Sport in Society .12(2), 141-154

O'Brien, J. (2009). Football, Politics and Cultural Identity in Post - Franco Spain: Communications and Mass Media, Athens Institute for Education and Research: Athens.

O'Brien, J. (2009). Football, Politics and The Media in Spain 1920 – 1940: The Governance and Regulation of Sport , Birkbeck: London.

Rookwood, J. (2009). Applying Olympic values – peace promotion through sport in Russia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Journal of Olympic History, 17(2), 22-33. 

Rookwood, J. (2009). ‘Can we have our Kop back please?’ Retaining, reclaiming and re-inventing identity and fan culture at Liverpool Football Club. Political Studies Association, Sport and Politics Group conference, Birkbeck, University of London, England.

Rookwood, J. (2009). Fan Perspectives of Football Hooliganism: Defining, Analysing and Responding to the British Phenomenon. Saarbrücken: VDM Publishing House.

Rookwood, J. (2009). ‘Keep Flags Scouse!’ A pictorial representation of the expression of regional identities by Liverpool Football Club Supporters. European Association for the Sociology of Sport conference. Scuolo dello Sport del Lazio, Rome, Italy.

Rookwood, J. (2009). Promoting, building and sustaining peace through sporting interaction in Israel. Peace Forum, 24(34), 29-44. 

Rookwood, J. (2009). Social Development in Post-conflict Communities: Building Peace through Sport in Africa and the Middle East. Saarbrücken: VDM Publishing House.

Rookwood, J. (2009). Sport, values and development; International sports coaching. Invited lecture at SOS Tibetan Homes Foundation, India.

Rookwood, J. (2009). The miracle of Istanbul. In C. Palmer (Ed.), The Sporting Image. Preston: UCLAN University Press.

Rookwood, J. and Millward, P. (2009). ‘A working class hero is something to be’: Examining Liverpool supporters’ heroism of Jamie Carragher. European Association for the Sociology of Sport conference. Scuolo dello Sport del Lazio, Rome, Italy.

Rookwood, J. and Palmer, C. (2009). A photo-ethnography: A picture-story-board of experiences at an NGO football project in Liberia. Journal of Qualitative Research in Sports Studies, 3(1), 161-210. 

Rookwood, J. and Palmer, C. (2009). Examining the employment and applicability of football coaching initiatives as a tool for peace promotion in areas prone to conflict. British Philosophy of Sport Association conference. Abertay University, Dundee, Scotland.

Clayton, B. and Harris, J. (2008). ‘Our friend Jack: Alcohol, friendship and masculinity in university football’, Annals of Leisure Research, 11( 3/4), 311-330.

Elliott, R. (2008). 'Feet Drain or Feet Exchange?: The Effects of Foreign Players in the Premier Academy League, Invited paper presented at 'Feet Drain': An Opportunity for Players and a Loss for Nations Conference, London, England.

Elliott, R. and Maguire, J. (2008). 'Thinking Outside of the Box': Exploring a Conceptual Synthesis for Research in the Area of Athletic Labour Migration. Sociology of Sport Journal, 25 (4), 482-497.

Harris, J. and Clayton, B. (2008). Tales from the pitch: Some observations on the gendered dynamics of English collegiate soccer, Journal for the Study of Sport and Athletes in Education, 2(2), 239-262.

Rookwood, J. (2008). Soccer for peace and social development. Peace Review, 20(4), 471-479.

Rookwood, J. and Palmer, C. (2008). A socio-aesthetic account of construction and destruction in world football. In C. Palmer and D. Torevell (Eds.), The Turn to Aesthetics. Liverpool: Liverpool Hope University Press.

Published work - 2007 - 2006

Harris, J. (2007). Doing gender on and off the pitch: The world of female football players, Sociological Research Online, 12(1).

Harris, J. and Clayton, B. (2007). David Beckham and the changing (re)presentations of English identity, International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, 2(3), 208-221.

O'Brien, J. (2007). FC Barcelona: Politics and Culture, Symposium on Sports Journalism , International University of Catalonia. 

O'Brien, J. (2007). Football, The Media and Politics in Spain; From Autocracy to Democracy, Journalism and Politics (Media and Politics Association), University of Staffordshire. 

Rookwood, J. and Buckley, C. (2007). The significance of the Olympic soccer tournament. Journal of Olympic History, 15(3), 6-15.

Rookwood, J. and Buckley, C. (2007). The significance of the Olympic soccer tournament. British Society of Sports History conference. University of Stirling, Scotland. 

O'Brien, J. (2006). Football and the Media, Anglo-Spanish Comparisons Symposium , University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Published work - 2005 - 2004

Harris, J. (2005). The image problem in women's football, Journal of Sport and Social Issues , 29(2), 184-197.

Mwaanga, O. (2005). Education through Sport: EduSport Road Map 2010. EduSport Foundation: Lusaka.  

Mwaanga, O. (2005). 'Kicking Aids Out', Sport for Development Conference : Livingstone.

Clayton, B. and Harris, J. (2004). Footballers wives: The role of the soccer players partner in the construction of idealised masculinity, Soccer and Society , 5(3), 316-334.

Harris, J. (2004). Still a man's game? Women footballers, personal experience and tabloid myth, in S. Wagg (Ed.) British Football and Social Exclusion . London: Routledge.

Hayes, M., and O'Brien, J. (2004, September). Soccer, Sectarianism and Social Identity: A Comparative Study of Glasgow Celtic and Barcelona, International Football Institute Conference on European Football, Change and Development , University of Central Lancashire.

Ozawa, T., Cross, J., and Henderson, S. (2004). Market orientation and financial performance of English football clubs. Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing, 13(1).

Published work - 2003 - 2002

Cross, J. and Henderson, S. (2003). Strategic challenges in the football business: A space analysis, Strategic Change, 12(8): 409-420.

Mwaanga, O. (2002). A brief guide to mentoring EduSport Talented Athletes. EduSport, Lusaka. 

Mwaanga, O. (2002). 'Kicking AIDS Out' through Movement Games and Sport Activities. NORAD: Oslo. 

Mwaanga, O. (2002). Methods and approaches for "Kicking AIDS Out". Keynote paper nd  International Conference on HIV/AIDS Education through sport , National Sports Center, Oslo, Norway. 

Published work - 2001 - 2000

Harris, J. (2001). Playing the man's game: Sites of resistance and incorporation in women's football, World Leisure,43(4), 22-29.

Cross, J. and Henderson, S. (2000). 'Clubs in Space'. Centre Circle.

Published work - pre 2000

Harris, J. (1999). Lie back and think of England: The women of Euro 96, Journal of Sport and Social Issues , 23(1), 96-110.

Harris, J. (1998). Association football in Breconshire 1900-1929, Brycheiniog XXIX, 105-111.

Harris, J. (1996). The early history of association football in Breconshire, Brycheiniog , XXVIII, 127-135.

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