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Humanities and Social Science

Dr Peter Millward

Publications

Books

Millward P, Widdop P, Cleland, J. , Doidge M. 2017. Collective Action and Football Fandom: A Relational Sociological Approach :1-239 Palgrave MacMillan. Basingstoke

Millward P. 2011. The Global Football League Palgrave Macmillan 9780230274440

Millward P. 2009. Getting ‘into’ Europe: Identification, Prejudice and Politics in English Football Culture VDM Verlag. Staarbrucken 978-3639147872

Journal Articles

Widdop P, King N, Parnell D, Cutts D, Millward P. 2017. Austerity, policy and sport participation in England International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, :1-18 >DOI

Millward P, Widdop P, Halpin M. 2017. A ‘Different Class’? Homophily and Heterophily in the Social Class Networks of Britpop Cultural Sociology, 11 :318-336 >DOI

Millward P. 2017. World Cup 2022 and Qatar’s construction projects: Relational power in networks and relational responsibilities to migrant workers Current Sociology, 65 :756-776 >DOI

Hayton JW, Millward P, Petersen-Wagner R. 2017. Chasing a Tiger in a network society? Hull City's proposed name change in the pursuit of China and East Asia's new middle class consumers INTERNATIONAL REVIEW FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT, 52 :279-298 >DOI >Link

Millward P, parnell D, spracklen K. 2015. Sport and Austerity in the UK: An insight into Liverpool 2014 Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events,

Millward P, Poulton G. 2014. Football Fandom, Mobilisation and Herbert Blumer: A Social Movement Analysis of F.C. United of Manchester Sociology of Sport Journal,

Millward P. 2013. Spatial Mobilities, Football Players and the World Cup: Evidence from the English Premier League Soccer and Society,

Millward P. 2013. 'New’ Football Directors in the Twenty-First Century: Profit and Revenue in the English Premier League’s Transnational Age Leisure Studies,

David M, Millward P. 2012. Football's Coming Home?: Digital reterritorialization, contradictions in the transnational coverage of sport and the sociology of alternative football broadcasts British Journal of Sociology, 63 :349-369 >DOI

Millward P. 2012. Reclaiming the Kop: Analysing Liverpool supporters’ twenty-first century mobilisations Sociology, 46 :633-648 >DOI

Millward P, Rookwood J. 2011. ’We All Dream of a Team of Carraghers’: Comparing the semiotics of ‘local’ and Texan Liverpool fans’ talk Sport in Society,

Millward P. 2009. Glasgow rangers supporters in the city of Manchester: The degeneration of a 'fan party' into a 'hooligan riot' International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 44 :381-398 >DOI

Millward P. 2008. The rebirth of the football fanzine: Using E-zines as data source Journal of Sport and Social Issues,

Millward P. 2008. Rivalries and racisms: 'closed' and 'open' Islamophobic dispositions amongst football supporters Sociological Research Online, 13 >DOI

Millward P. 2007. True Cosmopolitanism or Conditional Acceptance of Non-National Players in English Football: Or, how ‘bloody foreigners’ get blamed when ‘things go wrong’ Sport in Society,

Millward P, levermore R. 2007. ‘‘Official’ policies and informal transversal networks: Creating a sense of belonging across Europe through sport? The Sociological Review,

Millward P. 2006. 'We've all got the bug for euro-aways': What fans say about european football club competition International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 41 :375-393 >DOI

Millward P. 2003. The 'grey digital divide': Perception, exclusion and barriers of access to the Internet for older people First Monday,

Millward P, Hill TR, Canniford R. Against Modern Football: Mobilising Protest Movements in Social Media Sociology, >Link

Millward P, David M, Kirton AW. Castells, ‘Murdochisation’, Economic Counterpower and Live-Streaming Convergence: the journal of research into new media technologies, >Link

Editorials and letter to the editor

Parnell D, Spracklen K, Millward P. 2017. Sport management issues in an era of austerity European Sport Management Quarterly, 17 :67-74 >DOI

Chapters

Millward P. 2016. Football and Social Media: Fanzines, Fan-Scenes and Supporter Protest Movements in Elite English Football Hughson JE, Moore K, Spaaj R. Routledge Handbook of Football Studies (Routledge International Handbooks) Routledge. New York and Abingdon >Link

Other

Millward P, gilchrist PM, holden R. 2015. The Political Sociologies of Sport Sociological Research Online: an electronic journal,