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Sport and exercise science


Physiology

Fisher, J., T. Clark, K. Newmann-Judd, J. Arnold, and J. Steele, (2016). Intra-subject variability of 5K time trial performance completed by competitive trained runners. Journal of Human Kinetics. In press

Wright, J., Jobson, S., Bruce-Low, S & Jessop, D (2015). The reliability and validity of the 3-minute critical power test in linear and isokinetic mode. [abstract] Journal of Science and Cycling, 4(2), 30–31

Fisher, J., and Steele, J., (2014). Questioning the resistance/aerobic training dichotomy: A commentary on physiological adaptations determined by effort rather than exercise modality. Journal of Human Kinetics. 44, 137-142

Wright, J., Jobson, S & Bruce-Low, S (2014). The reliability and validity of the 3-minute critical power test. [abstract]. Journal of Science and Cycling, 3(2), 75.

Steele, J., Fisher J, McGuff D, Bruce-Low S,  Smith D, (2012). Resistance training to momentary muscular failure improves cardiovascular fitness in humans: A review of acute physiological responses and chronic physiological adaptations. Journal of Exercise Physiology. 15(3), pp 53 – 80

Bridge, C., Jones, M.A., Drust, B. (2011) The Activity Profile in International Taekwondo Competition is Modulated by Weight Category. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 6: 344-57.

Wright, J., Ball, N., & Wood, L., (2009). Fatigue, H/Q ratios and muscle coactivation in recreational football players. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 17, 161-167.

Bridge, C., Jones M.A. and Drust, B. (2009) Physiological responses and perceived exertion during International Taekwondo competition. Journal of Sport Physiology and Performance, 4:485-493.

Bridge, C, Jones, M.A., Hitchen, P.J. and Sanchez, X. (2007). Heart Rate Responses to Taekwondo Training in Experienced Practitioners. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21:718-723.

Bridge, C. and Jones, M.A. (2006). The effect of caffeine ingestion on 8-km run performance in a field setting. Journal of Sports Sciences, 24:433-439.

Jones, M.A., Stratton, G., Reilly, T. and Unnithan, V.B. (2005). Biological risk indicators for recurrent non-specific low-back pain in children. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 39,137-140.

Jones, M.A., Stratton, G., Reilly, T. and Unnithan, V.B. (2004). A school-based survey of recurrent low-back pain prevalence and consequences in children. Health Education Research, 19, 284-289.

Stratton, G., Jones, M.A., Fox, K.R., Tolfrey, K., Harris, J., Maffulli, N., and Frostick, S.P. (2004). BASES position statement on guidelines for resistance exercise in young people. Journal of Sports Sciences, 22: 383-390. 

Psychology and motor learning

Fisher, J., A. Sales, L Carlson, and J. Steele, (2016). A comparison of the motivational factors between CrossFit participants and other resistance exercise modalities; A Pilot Study. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. Epub ahead of print.

Forsdyke, D., Smith, A., Jones, M.A. and Gledhill, A. (2016) Psychosocial factors associated with outcomes of sports injury rehabilitation in competitive athletes: a mixed studies systematic review. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50:537-544.

Wimshurst ZL, Sowden PT, Wright M (2016). Expert-novice difference in brain function of field hockey players. Neuroscience. 315, 31-44

Wimshurst ZL, Sowden PT, Cardinale M (2012). Visual skills and playing positions of Olympic field hockey players. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 114(1), 204-216 

Biomechanics

Fisher, J., J. Steele, and D. Jessop, (2016). Surface electromyography and force production of a novel strength training method suitable for microgravity. Journal of Trainology. Epub ahead of print

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, D. Smith, D. Jessop, and N. Osborne, (2016). Determining the reliability of a custom built seated stadiometry set-up for measuring spinal height in participants with chronic low back pain. Applied Ergonomics. 53, pp 203-208

Vigotsky, A., C. Beardsley, B. Contreras, J. Steele, D. Ogborn, and S. Phillips, (2015). Greater electromyographic responses do not imply greater motor unit recruitment and ‘hypertrophic potential’ cannot be inferred. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Epub ahead of print.

Strength and conditioning

Steele, J., J. Fisher, A.R. Assunção, M. Bottaro, and P. Gentil, (2016). The role of volume-load in strength and absolute endurance adaptations in adolescents performing high- or low-load resistance training. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. In press

Arruda, A., D. Souza, J. Steele,J. Fisher, J. Giessing, and P. Gentil, (2016). Reliability of meta-analyses to evaluate resistance training programmes. Journal of Sport Sciences. Epub ahead of print

Gentil, P., J. Fisher, and J. Steele, (2016). A review of the acute effects and chronic adaptations of single- and multi-joint exercises during resistance training. Sports Medicine. Epub ahead of print

Giessing, J., B. Eichmann, J. Steele, and J. Fisher, (2016). A comparison of low volume ‘high-intensity-training’ and high volume traditional resistance training methods on muscular performance, body composition, and subjective assessments of training. Biology of Sport. 33(3), 241-249

Giessing, J., J. Fisher, J. Steele, F. Rothe, K. Raubold, and B. Eichmann, (2016). The effects of low volume resistance training with and without advanced techniques in trained participants. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. 56(3), pp 249-258

Fisher, J. P., L. Carlson, J. Steele, D. Smith, (2015). Reply to “Discussion of ‘The effects of pre-exhaustion, exercise order, and rest intervals in a full body resistance training intervention’ – Pre-exhaustion exercise and neuromuscular adaptations: an inefficient method? Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 40(8), pp 852-853

de Franca, H. S., P. A. N. Branco, D. P. Guedes Junior, P. Gentil, J. Steele, C. V. L. Teixeira, (2015). The effects of adding single-joint exercises to a multi-joint exercise resistance training program on upper body muscle strength and size in trained men. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 40(8), pp 822-826

Steele, J., A. Fitzpatrick, S. Bruce-Low, and J. Fisher, (2015). The effects of set volume during isolated lumbar extension resistance training in recreationally trained males. Peer J. 3, pp e878

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, and D. Smith, (2015). A review of the specificity of exercises designed for conditioning the lumbar extensors. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 49(5), pp 291-297

Steele, J., (2014). Regarding the article “Effect of lumbar stabilization and dynamic lumbar strengthening exercises in patients with chronic low back pain”. Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine. 38(6), pp 876-878

Mola JN, Bruce-Low SS, Burnet SJ (2014). Optimal recovery time for postactivation potentiation in professional soccer. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 28(6), 1529-1537

Fisher, J., J. Steele, P. McKinnon, and S. McKinnon, (2014). Strength gains as a result of brief, infrequent resistance exercise in older adults. Journal of Sports Medicine. Pp 1-7

Fisher, J., L. Carlson, J. Steele, and D. Smith, (2014). Effects of pre-exhaustion, exercise order and rest-intervals in a full body resistance training intervention in trained participants. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 39(11), pp 1265-1270

Steele, J., and J. Fisher, (2014). Scientific rigour: a heavy or light load to carry? Sports Medicine. 44(1), pp 141 – 142

Steele, J., (2014). Intensity; in-ten-si-ty; noun. 1. Often used ambiguously within resistance training. 2. Is it time to drop the term altogether? British Journal of Sports Medicine. 48(22), 1586-1588

Fisher, J., J. Steele, and D. Smith, (2013). Evidence Based Resistance Training Recommendations for Muscular Hypertrophy. Medicina Sportiva. 17(4), pp 217 – 235

Fisher, J., L. Carlson, and J. Steele, (2016). The effects of muscle action, repetition duration and loading strategies of a whole body progressive resistance training programme on muscular performance and body composition in trained males and females. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. Epub ahead of print.

Fisher, J., J. Steele, and D. Smith, (2016). High- and Low-load resistance training; Interpretation and Practical Application of Current Research findings. Sports Medicine. Epub ahead of print

Edinborough, L., J. Fisher, and J. Steele, (2015). A comparison of the effect of kettlebell swings and isolated lumbar extension training upon acute torque production of the lumbar extensors. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 30(5), 1189-1195

Fisher, J. P., L. Carlson, and J. Steele, (2015). The effects of breakdown set resistance training on strength and body composition in young males and females. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 30(5), 1425-1432

Fisher, J., D. Blossom, and J. Steele, (2016). A comparison of volume equated knee extensions to failure, or not to failure, upon rating of perceived exertion and strength adaptations. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 41(2), pp 168-174

Gentil, P., J. Steele, M. C. Pereira, R. P. M. Castanheira, A. Paoli, and M. Bottaro, (2016). Comparison of upper body strength gains between men and women after 10 weeks of resistance training. Peer J. 4, pp e1627

Fisher, J., J. Steele, S. Bruce-Low, and D. Smith, (2011). Evidence Based Resistance Training Recommendations. Medicina Sportiva. 15(3), 147 – 162

Injury and rehabilitation

Conway, R., J. Behennah, J. Fisher, N. Osborne, and J. Steele, (2016). Associations between trunk extension endurance and isolated lumbar extension strength in both asymptomatic participants and those with chronic low back pain. Healthcare. 4(3), 70

Fisher, J., M. Asanovich, R. Cornwell, and J. Steele, (2016). A neck strengthening protocol in adolescent males and females for athletic injury prevention. Journal of Trainology. Ahead of print.

Steele, J.,S. Bruce-Low, D. Smith, D. Jessop, and N. Osborne, (2016). A randomized controlled trial of the effects of isolated lumbar extension exercise on lumbar kinematic pattern variability during gait in chronic low back pain. PM&R. 8(2), pp 105-114

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, D. Smith, N. Osborne, and A. Thorkeldsen, (2015). Can specific loading through exercise impart healing or regeneration of the intervertebral disc? The Spine Journal. 15(10), pp 2117-2221

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, and D. Smith, (2015). A review of the clinical value of isolated lumbar extension resistance training for chronic low back pain. PM&R. 7(2), pp 169-187

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, D. Smith, D. Jessop, and N. Osborne, (2014). Lumbar kinematic variability during gait in chronic low back pain and associations with pain, disability and isolated lumbar extension strength. Clinical Biomechanics. 29(10), pp 1131-1138

Fisher, J., J. Steele, M. Brzycki, and B. DeSimone, (2014). Primum non nocere: A commentary on avoidable injuries and safe resistance training techniques. Journal of Trainology. 3(1), pp 31-34

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, and D. Smith, (2014). A Reappraisal of the Deconditioning Hypothesis in Low Back Pain: Evidence from a Triumvirate of Research Methods on Specific Lumbar Extensor Deconditioning. Current Medical Research and Opinion. 30(5), pp 865-911

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, and D. Smith, (2013). Re: Willemink MJ, van Es HW, Helmhout PH, et al. The effects of dynamic isolated lumbar extensor training on lumbar multifidus functional cross-sectional area and functional status of patients with chronic non specific low back pain. Spine 2012;37: E1651–8. Spine. 38(18), pp 1609 – 1610

Steele, J., S. Bruce-Low, D. Smith, D. Jessop, and N. Osborne, (2013). A Randomised Controlled Trial of Limited Range of Motion Lumbar Extension Exercise in Chronic Low Back Pain. Spine. 38(15), pp 1245-1252

Steele, J., and S. Bruce-Low, (2012). Steiger et al. 2011: relationships and specificity in CLBP rehabilitation through exercise. European Spine Journal. 21(9), pp 1887

Jones, M.A., Stratton, G., Reilly, T. and Unnithan, V.B. (2007). Recurrent non-specific low-back pain in adolescents: The role of exercise. Ergonomics, 50:1680-1688.

Jones, M.A., Stratton, G., Reilly, T. and Unnithan, V.B. (2007). The efficacy of exercise as an intervention to treat recurrent non-specific low-back pain in adolescents. Pediatric Exercise Science, 19:349-359.

Jones, M.A., Stratton, G., Reilly, T. and Unnithan, V.B. (2002). Measurement error associated with spinal mobility measures in children with and without low-back pain. Acta Paediatrica, 91, 1339-1343.

Sport, health and wellbeing evaluation

Anderson, N., L. A. O’Neill, J. Steele, and L. Harden, (2016). Pokémon Go - Mobile App User Guide. British Journal of Sports Medicine. Epub ahead of print.

Arnold J, Bruce-Low S, Henderson S, Davies J (2016). Mapping and evaluation of physical activity interventions for school-aged children. Public Health. Epub ahead of print.

Pedagogy

Bruce-Low SS, Burnet S, Arber K, Price D, Webster L, Stopforth M (2013)). Interactive mobile learning: a pilot study of a new approach for sport science and medical undergraduate students. Advances in Physiology Education. 37(4), 292-297

Batten, J., Birch, P., Wright, J., Manley, A.J & Smith, M.J (2012). An exploratory investigation examining the cues that male and female students use to form initial impressions and expectancies of lecturers. Teaching in Higher Education, 1-13.

Yule, K., Wright, J., Jobson, S.A & Dabinett, J (2012). Reflections on the much-revised BASES Supervised Experience programme. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 34, 22-23.

Psychology

Doyle MM, Murphy J, Shevlin M (2016). Competing factor models of child and adolescent psychopathology. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. Epub ahead of print.

Bailey, L. Griffin, C. (In Press) Social locations: Class, gender and young people’s alcohol consumption in a digital world. Youth drinking cultures in a digital world: Alcohol, social media and cultures of intoxication. Routledge.

Bailey, L. Griffin, C. & Shankar, A. (2015) “Not a good look”: Impossible dilemmas for young women negotiating the culture of intoxication in the UK. Substance use and Misuse, 50:747–758.

Malson, H., Bailey, L., Clarke, S., Treasure, J., Anderson, G., & Kohn, M. (2011). Un/imaginable future selves: a discourse analysis of inpatients' talk about recovery from an 'eating disorder'. European Eating Disorders Review, 19(1), 25-39.

Harrison, M. & Adlard, J. (2016). Intra-police communication in public order police management. Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy (Online).

Stevenage, S.V. & Neil, G.J. (2014). Hearing faces and seeing voices: The integration and interaction of faces and voice processing. Psychologica Belgica, 54(3), 266-281, doi:10.5334/pb.ar.

Stevenage, S.V., Hale, S., Morgan, Y., & Neil, G.J. (2014). Recognition by association: Within- and cross-modality associative priming with faces and voices. British Journal of Psychology, 105(1), 1-16. doi: 10.1111/bjop.12011.

Emanuel, Lia, Neil, G.J., Bevan, Chris, Fraser, Danaë Stanton, Stevenage, Sarah V., Whitty, Monica T. and Jamison-Powell, Sue (2014) Who am I? Representing the self offline and in different online contexts. Computers in Human Behavior, 41, 146-152.

Stevenage, Sarah V., Walpole, Catherine, Neil, G.J. and Black, Sue M. (2014) Testing the reliability of hands and ears as biometrics: the importance of viewpoint. Psychological Research, 1-31. (doi:10.1007/s00426-014-0625-x).

Miguel-Hurtado, O., Guest,R., Stevenage, S.V., & Neil, G.J. (2014). The relationship between handwritten signature production and personality traits. (Presented at IJCB2014 – peer reviewed conference paper).

Guest, R., Miguel-Hurtado, O., Stevenage, S.V., Neil, G.J. & Black, S (2014). Biometrics within the SuperIdentity project: a new approach to spanning multiple identity domains. (Presented at ICCST 2014 – presented conference paper).

Stevenage, S. V., Neil, G.J. & Hamlin, I. (2013). When the face fits: Recognition of celebrities from matching and mismatching faces and voices. Memory, 22(3), 284-294. doi: 10.1080/09658211.2013.781654.

Guest, R., He, H., Stevenage, S.V. & Neil, G.J. (2013). An assessment of the human performance of iris identification. Presented at IEEE HST 2013, Boston, November 2013 (peer reviewed conference paper).

Neil, G.J. & Higham, P.A. (2012) Implicit learning of conjunctive rule sets: an alternative to artificial grammars. Consciousness and Cognition, 21, (3), 1393-1400. (PMID:22871460).

Stevenage, S.V., Neil, G.J., Barlow, J., Dyson, A., Eaton-Brown, C. & Parsons, B. (2012). The effect of distraction on face and voice recognition. Psychological Research, 77, (2), 167-175. (doi:10.1007/s00426-012-0450-z). 

Tijou, I. & Yardley, L. Sedikides, C. and Bizo. L. A (2010) Understanding adherence to physiotherapy: findings from an experimental simulation and an observational clinical study. Psychology and Health, 25(2); p231-247.

Football


Books

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

Book chapters

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

Elliott, R. & Maguire, J. (2010). Net-gains: Informal recruiting, Canadian players and British professional ice hockey. In J. Maguire & M. Falcous (Eds.) Sport and Migration: Borders, Boundaries and Crossings. London: Routledge.

Elliott, R.& 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.

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. (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. (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. 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.

Kenyon, J. and Rookwood, J. (2010). Sporting education – a Global Hope? Examining a sport development educational initiative at a Tibetan SOS Children’s Village in northern India. In J. Rookwood (Ed.), Fandom and Development – Mentored Essays in Sports Studies: A Research-informed Approach to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. Saarbrücken: VDM Publishing House.

Yong, A. and Rookwood, J. (2010). The Golden Triangle’s forgotten children: Using football to support the extra-national youths of Thailand and Myanmar. In J. Rookwood (Ed.), Fandom and Development – Mentored Essays in Sports Studies: A Research-informed Approach to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. Saarbrücken: VDM Publishing House.

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

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

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

Harris, J. & 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.

Mwaanga, O. (2013) The Role of Sport for Developmental NGOs. Ed. International Handbook for Sport Policy. London, Routledge.

Refereed journal papers

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. & 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.

Elliott, R. (2014) Brits abroad: A case study analysis of three British footballers migrating to the Hungarian Soproni Liga.' Soccer and Society, 15(4), p517-534.

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. & 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 Euro 2012, Soccer and Society, 15(2), 256-271.

Elliott, R. & 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, WorkingUSA, 14(4), 555-568.

Elliott, R. & 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.

Elliott, R. (2009). 'Feet-Drain' or 'Feet-Exchange'?: Examining the Effects of Elite Foreign Footballers in the Premier Academy League. Birkbeck Sports Business Centre Research Paper Series, 2(2), 71-87.

Elliott, R. & Maguire, J. (2008). Getting Caught in the Net: Examining the Recruitment of Canadian Players in British Professional Ice Hockey. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 32(2), 158-176. 

Elliott, R. & 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.

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

Brannagan, P.M. and Rookwood, J. (2016). Sports mega-events, soft power and soft disempowerment: international supporters’ perspectives on Qatar’s acquisition of the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics (online).

Sutton, N. and Rookwood, J. (2015). From Rotterdam to Rio: Investigation perceptions of sporting, socio-political and cultural developments in Germany between 2000 and 2014. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 3(4), 121-133.

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

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

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

Kenyon, J. and Rookwood, J. (2010). One eye in Toxteth, one eye in Croxteth – Examining youth perspectives of racist and anti-social behaviour, identity and the value of sport as an integrative enclave in Liverpool. The International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 3(8), 496-519. 

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. 

Spence-Evans, J. and Rookwood, J. (2009) Urban Neighbours of Hope: Futsal and social involvement in the slums of Bangkok – The Klong Toey case study. Journal of Qualitative Research in Sports Studies, 3(1), 1-16.

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

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

Watson, E. and Rookwood, J. (2008). Exploring summer student employment in the USA: British perspectives of the camp America and soccer coaching experience. Journal of Qualitative Research in Sports Studies, 2(2), 131-142.

Richardson, K. and Rookwood, J. (2008). Partnerships, provision and product: examining the modern football in the community’ programme – a case study on Everton football club. Journal of Qualitative Research in Sports Studies, 2(1), 161-174.

Liebmann, S. and Rookwood, J. (2007). Football for peace? Bringing Jews and Arabs together in northern Israel.  Journal of Qualitative Research in Sports Studies, 2(2), 11-18.

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

Residential segregation

Mahdavi, B., O’Sullivan, D., & Davis, P., (2007)  An Agent-based Microsimulation Framework for Investigating Residential Segregation Using Census Data. In Oxley, L., and Kulasiri, D. (eds.), MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, pp. 365-37, ISBN: 978-0-9758400-7

Health informatics

Lu, J., Hales, A., Rew, D., Keech, M. (2016), Timeline and Episode-Structured Clinical Data: Pre-processing for Data Mining and Analytics, 32nd IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering, ICDE 2016, Helsinki  – Workshop on Health Data Management and Mining, May 2016

Lu, J., Hales, A., Keech, M., Rew, D. (2016), Modelling of Cancer Patient Records: Challenges for Big Data Analytics, 8th IMA Conference on Quantitative Modelling in Management of Health & Social Care, March 2016

Mills-Mullett, A., Lu, J. (2015), Mining Fuzzy Time-Interval Patterns in Clinical Databases, 35th International Conference on AI, Cambridge: Proceedings AI-2015, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp.399-404

Lu, J., Hales, A., Rew, D., Keech, M., Fröhlingsdorf, C., Mills-Mullett, A., Wette, C. (2015), Data Mining Techniques in Health Informatics: A Case Study from Breast Cancer Research, 6th International Conference on IT in Bio- and Medical Informatics, Valencia: LNCS 9267, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp.56-70

Lu, J., Keech, M. (2015), Emerging Technologies for Health Data Analytics Research: A Conceptual Architecture, 2nd International Workshop on NoSQL Databases: Proceedings DEXA 2015, IEEE Computer Society, pp.225-229.

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