Journal Articles

  1. Social Marketing: Discouraging Fraud and Corruption in Sport. International Centre for Sport Security Journal
  2. Match-Fixing: Working Towards an Ethical Framework. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 42(3), 393-407.
  3. Team Work? Using Sporting Fiction as an Historical Archive and Source of Developing Theoretical Approaches to Sport History. The International Journal of the History of Sport 30(2), 131-144.
  4. & Intolerance and joy, violence and love among male football fans: towards a psychosocial explanation of ‘excessive’ behaviours. Sport in Society 16(10), 1404-1413.
  5. It’s Only a Game? Sport, Sexuality and War in Don DeLillo’s End Zone’. Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature 28(1), 99-110.
  6. Tom Brown's Schooldays: 'Sportsex' in Victorian Britain. Critical Survey 24(1)
  7. Regulating Homophobic Hate Speech: Back to Basics about Language and Politics?. Leitura Flutuante 4(1)
  8. Regulating homophobic hate speech: Back to basics about language and politics?. Sexualities 15(2), 191-206.


  1. Boys will be Boys? An Interdisciplinary Study of Sport, Masculinity and Sexuality. Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  2. Sport, Identity and Community. Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Book Chapters

  1. Academics v activists: making sense homophobia in male team sport. In Daniel Kilvington, John Price (Ed.), Sport and Discrimination. London: Routledge.
  2. Match-fixing in International Sport’. In Terri Byers (Ed.), Contemporary Issues in Sport Management: A Critical Introduction. Canada: University of New Brunswick.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2014). Protect our Game: A Good Practice Guide to Tackle Match-Fixing In Football.