Jamie Cleland
Jamie Cleland
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TitleCited byYear
Fans, homophobia and masculinities in association football: Evidence of a more inclusive environment
E Cashmore, J Cleland
The British journal of sociology 63 (2), 370-387, 2012
1452012
Racism, football fans, and online message boards: How social media has added a new dimension to racist discourse in English football
J Cleland
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 38 (5), 415-431, 2014
912014
Glasswing butterflies: Gay professional football players and their culture
E Cashmore, J Cleland
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 35 (4), 420-436, 2011
872011
Discussing homosexuality on association football fan message boards: A changing cultural context
J Cleland
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 50 (2), 125-140, 2015
742015
From passive to active: the changing relationship between supporters and football clubs
JA Cleland
Soccer & Society 11 (5), 537-552, 2010
702010
Fans, racism and british football in the twenty-first Century: the existence of a ‘colour-blind’ideology
J Cleland, E Cashmore
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (4), 638-654, 2014
502014
Association football and the representation of homosexuality by the print media: A case study of Anton HysÚn
J Cleland
Journal of homosexuality 61 (9), 1269-1287, 2014
482014
Football's dark side: corruption, homophobia, violence and racism in the beautiful game
E Cashmore, J Cleland
Springer, 2014
482014
Football fans’ views of racism in British football
J Cleland, E Cashmore
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 51 (1), 27-43, 2016
472016
A sociology of football in a global context
J Cleland
Routledge, 2015
442015
Why aren't there more black football managers?
E Cashmore, J Cleland
Ethnic and Racial Studies 34 (9), 1594-1607, 2011
362011
The media and football supporters: a changing relationship
J Cleland
Media, Culture & Society 33 (2), 299-315, 2011
302011
‘Black and whiters’: the relative powerlessness of ‘active’supporter organization mobility at English Premier League football clubs
J Cleland, K Dixon
Soccer & Society 16 (4), 540-554, 2015
282015
Football fans’ views of violence in British football: Evidence of a sanitized and gentrified culture
J Cleland, E Cashmore
Journal of sport and social issues 40 (2), 124-142, 2016
272016
The changing organizational structure of football clubs and their relationship with the external media
JA Cleland
International Journal of Sport Communication 2 (4), 417-431, 2009
262009
The internet as a site of decreasing cultural homophobia in association football: An online response by fans to the coming out of Thomas Hitzlsperger
J Cleland, R Magrath, E Kian
Men and Masculinities 21 (1), 91-111, 2018
252018
Collective action and football fandom: A relational sociological approach
J Cleland, M Doidge, P Millward, P Widdop
Springer, 2018
202018
Bisexual erasure in the British print media: Representation of Tom Daley's coming out
R Magrath, J Cleland, E Anderson
Journal of Bisexuality 17 (3), 300-317, 2017
172017
Sexuality, masculinity and homophobia in association football: An empirical overview of a changing cultural context
J Cleland
International review for the sociology of sport 53 (4), 411-423, 2018
162018
Strand 2: becoming an independent learner
G Walton, J Cleland
Rethinking information literacy: a practical framework for teaching, 13-26, 2013
152013
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