Number of items: 7.
Deafness, Community and Culture in Britain; leisure and cohesion, 1945-1995.
Manchester University Press, Manchester.
Deserving of charity or deserving of better? The continuing legacy of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act for Britain’s Deaf population.
Review of Disability Studies, 7
A feeling as much as a place: leisure, deaf clubs and the British deaf community.
Leisure Studies, 28
Deaf by choice: issues of identity in the British deaf community'.
Historical Perspectives on Social Identities.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 129-136.
Acquiring social capital through shared deafness: examining the leisure activities of deaf club members.
Sport, Leisure, Culture and Social Capital: Discourse and Practice.
Leisure Studies Association, Eastbourne, UK, pp. 67-78.
The theft of the Jules Rimet Trophy: the hidden history of the 1966 World Cup in England.
IFI Series, 3
Meyer and Meyer Sport, Germany.
Atherton, Martin, Russell, Dave and Turner, Graham
More than a Match: The Role of Football in Britain’s Deaf Community.
Soccer and Society, 2