International Research Cluster

Mobile Media Sport Research Cluster

Over a four-year period, the Fellowship will identify and connect 25 researchers who, in different ways, investigate and explain the complex interaction between sport, mobile media, telecommunications, and convergent media environments. The objective is to generate and foster much-needed ‘critical mass’ in this important area of innovation and study. This international Research Cluster encompasses a range of perspectives and experiences, including postgraduate and early career researchers, as well as mid-career and senior scholars. These figures offer a range of disciplinary perspectives, including media studies, cultural studies, communications, policy studies, and sociology.

Members

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Raymond Boyle is Professor of Communication and Deputy Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He has published widely on sport and the media, with his books including Football in the New Media Age (Routledge) with Richard Haynes, and Sports Journalism: Context and Issues (Sage). His most recent book is The Television Entrepreneurs (Ashgate) with Lisa Kelly. Email: Raymond.Boyle@glasgow.ac.uk Twitter: @RaymondBoyle67

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Tom Evens is Senior Researcher at the Research Group for Media & ICT and lectures in ICT markets and economics at Ghent University in Belgium. He has published on the media business in international journals such as New Media & Society, Telematics & Informatics, and Media, Culture & Society. Together with Petros Iosifidis and Paul Smith, he is the author of The Political Economy of Television Sports Rights (Palgrave Macmillan). He is also the Book Review Editor for the International Journal of Digital Television. Email: Tom.Evens@UGent.be

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Gerard Goggin is Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney. His research focusses on the social, cultural, and political aspects of digital technologies. A pioneer in the study of mobile communication and media studies, his books include Global Mobile Media (Routledge), Cell Phone Culture (Routledge), and New Technologies and the Media (Palgrave Macmillan). His most recent edited collections are The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media (with Larissa Hjorth) and Locative Media (with Rowen Wilken). Email: gerard.goggin@sydney.edu.au Twitter: @ggoggin

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Larissa Hjorth is an artist, digital ethnographer, Professor and Deputy Dean in Research & Innovation in the School of Media & Communication at RMIT University . Researching the gendered and socio-cultural dimensions of mobile, social, locative and gaming cultures, her books include Mobile Media in the Asia-Pacific (Routledge), Games & Gaming (Berg), Online@AsiaPacific: Mobile, Social and Locative Media in the Asia-Pacific (Routledge) , and Understanding Social Media (Sage). Email: larissa.hjorth@rmit.edu.au Twitter: @micronarrative

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Andy Miah is Professor of Ethics and Emerging Technologies and Director of the Creative Futures Institute at the University of the West of Scotland. His research sits at the intersections of art, ethics, technology and culture, and includes topics such as mobile media, social networking and experimental journalism. Andy’s books include The Olympics: The Basics (Routledge), Human Futures (Liverpool University Press), and Genetically Modified Athletes (Routledge). Email: email@andymiah.net Twitter: @andymiah

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David Rowe is Professor of Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney in Australia. He has published extensively in the areas of media and popular culture, especially sport, music and journalism. His books include Globalization and Sport: Playing the World (Sage), Sport, Culture and the Media: The Unruly Trinity (Open University Press), Global Media Sport: Flows, Forms and Futures (Bloomsbury Academic), and Sport, Public Broadcasting, and Cultural Citizenship: Signal Lost? (Routledge). Email: d.rowe@uws.edu.au

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Jimmy Sanderson is Vice-Chair of the International Association for Communication and Sport, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Clemson University in South Carolina in the US. His research has appeared in Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Journal of Sport and Social Issues, International Journal of Sport Communication, and American Behavioral Scientist . He is the author of It’s A Whole New Ballgame: How Social Media is Changing Sports (Hampton Press). Email: jsande6@clemson.edu Twitter: @jimmy_sanderson

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Lawrence Wenner is the Von der Ahe Professor of Communication and Ethics in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. His books include Media, Sports, & Society (Sage), MediaSport (Routledge), Sport, Beer, and Gender: Promotional Culture and Contemporary Social Life (Peter Lang), and Fallen Sports Heroes, Media, and Celebrity Culture (Peter Lang). He is the editor of the International Review for the Sociology of Sport and founding editor of Communication & Sport. He is also a former two-term editor of the Journal of Sport and Social Issues. Email: lwenner@lmu.edu Twitter: @LawrenceWenner

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Rowan Wilken is a Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications at Swinburne University. His interests include mobile and locative media, digital technologies and culture, old and new media, theories and practices of everyday life, and domestic technology consumption. His books include Locative Media (with Gerard Goggin), Teletechnologies, Place, and Community (Routledge), and Mobile Technology and Place (Routledge). Email: rwilken@swin.edu.au Twitter: @endotician

Zhang Yanqiu is Professor of Communication and the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication at Communication University of China in Beijing. She is also the Director of the Africa Communication Research Center at CUC. Her research focusses on international communication, media literacy and new media studies. She is the author of numerous academic articles and chapters, with her books including International Communication Planning and Understanding Media Literacy: Origins, Paradigms and Approaches. Email: yqzhang@cuc.edu.cn