Items by Manley, Andrew
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Number of items: 18.
Manley, A., Morgan, H. and Atkinson, J., 2014. ‘Mzungu!’:implications of identity, role formation and programme delivery in the sport for development movement. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics
Williams, S. and Manley, A., 2014. Elite coaching and the technocratic engineer:Thanking the boys at Microsoft! Sport, Education and Society
Manley, A. and Silk, M., 2014. Liquid London:Sporting spectacle, britishness and ban-optic surveillance. Surveillance and Society, 11 (4), pp. 360-376.
Silk, M. and Manley, A., 2012. Globalization, urbanization and sporting spectacle in Pacific Asia:Places, peoples and pastness. Sociology of Sport Journal, 29 (4), pp. 455-484.
Manley, A., Palmer, C. and Roderick, M., 2012. Disciplinary power, the oligopticon and rhizomatic surveillance in elite sports academies. Surveillance and Society, 10 (3-4), pp. 303-319.
Bush, A., Manley, A. and Morgan, H., 2012. Scoping Project for Badminton England: Towards Modelling a Junior Performance Badminton Academy. Other. Badminton England.
Conference or Workshop Items
Manley, A. and Williams, S., 2015. Elite Sport Governance and the Technocratic Engineer:Thanking the boys at Microsoft! In: Political Studies Association, Sport, Policy & Politics Conference, 2015-01-07, Durham.
Morgan, H. J., Manley, A. T. and Bush, A. J., 2013. Campaigning for change: challenges and tensions in evaluating ‘sport for good’. In: Sport Leisure and Social Justice Conference, 2013-09-19 - 2013-09-19, Eastbourne.
Manley, A. T., Morgan, H. J. and Bush, A. J., 2013. Success: at what cost? Towards fictionally (re)presenting the politics of elite athlete exploitation. In: Political Studies Association, Sport, Policy & Politics Conference, 2013-02-02, Bath.
Manley, A., 2012. Surveillance, Disciplinary Power and Athletic Identity: A Sociological Investigation into the Culture of Elite Sports Academies. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). Durham University, UK.
Manley, A. and Silk, M., 2014. The rise of the replica:China's urban imitation and a push to protect the nation's heritage. [Non-academic press]
Silk, M. and Manley, A., 2014. From Tower Bridge to Sydney Harbour, welcome to China’s city of clone. [Non-academic press]
Clift, B. and Manley, A., 2016. Five reasons why your city won’t want to host the Olympic Games. The Conversation.
Manley, A. and Williams, S., 2014. ‘Big Brother’ surveillance in elite sport is pushing a culture with a machine mentality. The Conversation.
Silk, M. and Manley, A., 2014. A city strives to protect its heritage from China’s trend for Eiffel Towers and plastic copies. The Conversation.
Fullagar, S., Manley, A. and Silk, M., 2014. Glossy new London’s Olympic legacy is letting down women. The Conversation.