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Article

Zion, Lawrie, Spaaij, Ramon and Nicholson, Matthew (2011) Sport media and journalism: An introduction. Media International Australia, 140. pp. 80-83. ISSN 1329-878X

Danylchuk, Karen, Doherty, Alison, Nicholson, Matthew and Stewart, Bob (2008) International Sport Management: Creating an International Learning and teaching Community. International Journal of Sport Marketing and Management, 4 (2/3). pp. 125-145. ISSN 1475-8962

Nicholson, Matthew and Stewart, Robert (2006) The Role of Sport Journalists During Crisis Events in Sport. Sporting Traditions, 22 (2). pp. 31-47. ISSN 0813-2577

Stewart, Bob, Nicholson, Matthew and Dickson, Geoff (2005) The Australian Football League's Recent Progress: A Study In Cartel Conduct And Monopoly Power. Sport Management Review, 8 (2). pp. 95-117. ISSN 1441-3523

Stewart, Robert, Smith, Aaron C. T and Nicholson, Matthew (2003) Sport Consumer Typologies: A Critical Review. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 12 (4). pp. 206-216. ISSN 1061-6934

Book Section

Nicholson, Matthew and Hess, Rob (2007) Australia's Sporting Culture : Riding on the Back of its Footballers. In: The games are not the same : the political economy of football in Australia. Stewart, Bob, ed. Melbourne University Press academic monograph series . Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 23-42.

Hess, Rob and Nicholson, Matthew (2007) Beyond the Barassi Line : The Origins and Diffusion of Football Codes in Australia. In: The Games are not the Same : The Political Economy of Football in Australia. Stewart, Bob, ed. Melbourne University Press academic monograph series . Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 43-70.

Inglis, Alistair, Nicholson, Matthew and Hanlon, Clare ORCID: 0000-0001-5547-5327 (2007) Learning sport management through interaction with the real world. In: Cases on Global E-Learning Practices : Successes and Pitfalls. Sharma, Ramesh C and Mishra, Sanjaya, eds. Information Science Publishing, Hershey, Pa., USA, pp. 150-160.

Klugman, Matthew ORCID: 0000-0002-0554-6761 (2006) Emotional Devotees : Approaching the Inner World of Australian Rules Football Fans. In: Football Fever : Moving the Goalposts. Nicholson, Matthew, Stewart, Bob and Hess, Rob, eds. Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 207-222.

Hess, Rob (2006) When Sports Collide : Basketball and Australian Rules Footballl in Melbourne During the 1950s. In: Football Fever : Moving the Goalposts. Nicholson, Matthew, Stewart, Bob and Hess, Rob, eds. Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 147-155.

Hess, Rob and Nicholson, Matthew (2005) Australian Rules Football and Spectator Culture : Runthroughs, Banners and Cheersquads. In: Fanfare: Spectator Culture and Australian Rules Football. Nicholson, Matthew, ed. ASSH studies in sports history (15). Australian Society for Sports History, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 11-24.

Westerbeek, Hans and Smith, Aaron (2005) Australian amateur soccer and ethnicity: cross-cultural marketing challenges. In: Football Fever: crossing boundaries. Nicholson, Matthew, Stewart, Bob and Hess, Rob, eds. Maribyrong Press, Hawthorn, Vic, pp. 73-88.

Hess, Rob (2004) Chinese Footballers and Female Players : Discontinuous and Marginalized Histories. In: Football Fever: Grassroots. Stewart, Bob, Hess, Rob and Nicholson, Matthew, eds. Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 31-49.

Trail, Margaret (2004) Magical Mixadelics : Listening to Australian Rules Football. In: Football Fever : Grassroots. Hess, Rob, Stewart, Bob and Nicholson, Matthew, eds. Football fever . Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 9-18.

Book

Hess, Rob, Nicholson, Matthew, Stewart, Bob and De Moore, Gregory (2008) A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football. Penguin, Camberwell, Vic..

Stewart, Bob, Nicholson, Matthew, Smith, Aaron C. T and Westerbeek, Hans (2004) Australian Sport: Better by Design? the evolution of Australian sport policy. Routledge, London.

Thesis

Nicholson, Matthew (2002) Print media representation of crisis events in Australian football. PhD thesis, Victoria University.