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Journal Articles

Malcolm, D (Accepted for publication) Soccer, CTE, and the Cultural Representation of Dementia, Sociology of Sport Journal, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.2019-0113.

Malcolm, D and Waddington, I (2020) Scholar, gentleman and player: a tribute to Eric Dunning, Sport in Society, 23(10), pp.1581-1586, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430437.2020.1814570.

Marcen, C and Malcolm, D (2020) Health and democratization as contradictory policy goals: sport in Zaragoza city, Sport in Society, 23(10), pp.1672-1689, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430437.2020.1814578.

He, B and Malcolm, D (2020) The development of cricket in China, Sport in Society, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430437.2020.1795134.

Malcolm, D and Velija, P (2020) Covid-19, exercise and bodily self-control, Sociología del Deporte, 1(1), pp.29-34, ISSN: 2660-8456. DOI: 10.46661/socioldeporte.5011.

Gibson, K and Malcolm, D (2019) Theorizing physical activity health promotion: towards an Eliasian framework for the analysis of health and medicine, Social Theory and Health, ISSN: 1477-8211. DOI: 10.1057/s41285-019-00098-w.

Malcolm, D and Pullen, E (2018) 'Everything I enjoy doing I just couldn't do': Biographical disruption for sport-related injury., Health (London), pp.1363459318800142-1363459318800142, DOI: 10.1177/1363459318800142.

Pullen, E and Malcolm, D (2018) Assessing the side effects of the ‘exercise pill’: the paradox of physical activity health promotion, Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 10(4), pp.493-504, ISSN: 2159-676X. DOI: 10.1080/2159676X.2017.1388833.

Malcolm, D (2018) Concussion in Sport: Public, Professional and Critical Sociologies, Sociology of Sport Journal, pp.1-8, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.2017-0113.

Malcolm, D, Orme, MW, Morgan, MD, Sherar, LB (2018) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), illness narratives and Elias's sociology of knowledge, Social Science & Medicine, ISSN: 0277-9536. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.09.022.

Malcolm, D (2017) Learning from history and acting politically: the threats and opportunities facing the sociology of sport community, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 53(1), pp.3-10, ISSN: 1461-7218. DOI: 10.1177/1012690217743508.

Pullen, E, Malcolm, D, Wheeler, P (2017) How effective is the integration of sport and exercise medicine in the English national health service for sport related injury treatment and health management?, Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, ISSN: 0022-4707. DOI: 10.23736/S0022-4707.18.08389-5.

Waddington, I, Scott, A, Malcolm, D (2017) The social management of medical ethics in sport: confidentiality in English professional football, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 54(6), pp.649-665, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690217733678.

Malcolm, D, Scott, A, Waddington, I (2017) The provision of medical care in English professional football: an update, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 20(12), pp.1053-1056, ISSN: 1440-2440. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsams.2017.05.004.

Mayer, J, Giel, KE, Malcolm, D, Schneider, S, Diehl, K, Zipfel, S, Thiel, A (2017) Compete or rest? Willingness to compete hurt among adolescent elite athletes, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 35, pp.135-150, ISSN: 1469-0292. DOI: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.12.004.

Liston, K, McDowell, M, Malcolm, D, Scott-Bell, A, Waddington, I (2016) On being 'head strong: The pain zone and concussion in non-elite rugby union, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690216679966.

Orme, MW, Esliger, DW, Kingsnorth, AP, Steiner, MC, Singh, SJ, Malcolm, D, Morgan, MD, Sherar, LB (2016) Physical Activity and Respiratory Health (PhARaoH): Data from a Cross-Sectional Study, Open Health Data, 4(1), pp.4-4, DOI: 10.5334/ohd.28.

Malcolm, DE (2015) Confidentiality in Sports Medicine, Clinics in Sports Medicine, 35(2), pp.205-215, ISSN: 1556-228X. DOI: 10.1016/j.csm.2015.10.006.

Scott, A and Malcolm, D (2015) ‘Involved in every step’: how working practices shape the influence of physiotherapists in elite sport, Qualitiative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7(4), pp.539-556, ISSN: 2159-676X. DOI: 10.1080/2159676X.2014.968605.

Malcolm, D (2015) Durkheim and sociological method: historical sociology, sports history and the role of comparison, The International Journal of the History of Sport, ISSN: 1743-9035. DOI: 10.1080/09523367.2015.1108968.

Malcolm, D and Tangen, JO (2015) Etiquette and the cultural diffusion of golf: globalization and emotional control in social relations, International Journal of golf science, ISSN: 2168-7595. DOI: 10.1123/ijgs.2014-0018.

Baker, J (2014) Health and Elite Sport, DOI: 10.4324/9781315885919.

Scott, A and Malcolm, D (Accepted for publication) ‘Involved in every step’: how working practices shape the influence of physiotherapists in elite sport, Qualitiative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, ISSN: 2159-676X. DOI: 10.1080/2159676X.2014.968605.

Malcolm, DE and Musson, H (2014) Are young people interested in cricket? Journal of the Cricket Society, 27(4), pp.4-8.

Malcolm, D (2014) The social construction of the sociology of sport: A professional project, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 49(1), pp.3-21, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690212452362.

Mierzwinski, M, Velija, P, Malcolm, D (2014) Women's experiences in the mixed martial arts: A quest for excitement?, Sociology of Sport Journal, 31(1), pp.66-84, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.2013-0125.

Pinheiro, MC, Pimenta, N, Resende, R, Malcolm, D (2014) Gymnastics and child abuse: an analysis of former international Portuguese female artistic gymnasts, SPORT EDUCATION AND SOCIETY, 19(4), pp.435-450, ISSN: 1357-3322. DOI: 10.1080/13573322.2012.679730.

Malcolm, D and Scott, A (2014) Practical responses to confidentiality dilemmas in elite sport medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48(19), pp.1410-1413, ISSN: 0306-3674. DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2013-092458.

Malcolm, D (2014) Sport, medicine and health: a research agenda for social scientists, Asia-Pacific Journal of Sport and Social Science, 3(1), pp.51-63, DOI: 10.1080/21640599.2014.889343.

Malcolm, D and Mansfield, L (2013) The quest for exciting knowledge: Developments in figurational sociological research on sport and leisure, Politica y Sociedad, 50(2), pp.397-419, ISSN: 1130-8001. DOI: 10.5209/rev-POSO.2013.v50.n2.40026.

Malcolm, D (2013) Cricket, violence and social conflict: An Eliasian examination, Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 5(4), pp.211-219, ISSN: 1759-6599. DOI: 10.1108/JACPR-12-2012-0016.

Malcolm, D and Scott, A (2013) Practical responses to confidentiality dilemmas in elite sport medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, ISSN: 0306-3674. DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2013-092458.

Malcolm, DE (2013) The Social Construction of the Sociology of Sport: a Professional Project, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 47, pp.1-19.

Malcolm, DE (Accepted for publication) The Sociology of Sport in the Twenty-First Century: Theories, Focus, Futures, Japanese Journal for the Sociology of Sport, 15, pp.1-2.

Malcolm, D and Safai, P (2012) Introduction: The social science of sports medicine, pp.1-22, DOI: 10.4324/9780203113400.

Malcolm, DE and Scott, A (2012) Suicide, Sport and Medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46(16), pp.1902-1093.

Malcolm, DE, Pinheiro, C, Pimenta, N, Resende, R (2012) Gymnastics and Child Abuse: an Analysis of Former International Portuguese Female Artistic Gymnasts, Sport, Education and Society, 17, pp.1-16.

Malcolm, D (2012) Figuring Freddie: Andrew Flintoff, the Ashes and English national identity, Sport in Society, 15(8), pp.1070-1085, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430437.2012.730692.

Malcolm, DE (2011) Professional Relations in Sport Healthcare: Workplace Responses to Organisational change, Social Science and Medicine, 72, pp.513-520.

Malcolm, DE (2011) Sports Medicine, Injured Athletes and Norbert Elias’s Sociology of Knowledge, Sociology of Sport Journal, 28, pp.284-302.

Malcolm, D (2011) Sport medicine, injured athletes and Norbert Elias's sociology of knowledge, Sociology of Sport Journal, 28(3), pp.282-304, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.28.3.284.

Malcolm, DE, Bairner, AES, Curry, G (2010) 'Woolmergate': Cricket and the Representation of Islam and Muslims in the British Press, Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 34(2), pp.215-235, ISSN: 0193-7235. DOI: 10.1177/0193723510367768.

Sánchez García, R and Malcolm, DE (2010) Decivilizing, civilizing or informalizing? The international development of Mixed Martial Arts, International Review of the Sociology of Sport, 45(1), pp.39-58, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690209352392.

Malcolm, D, Gemmell, J, Mehta, N (2009) Cricket and modernity: International and interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of the imperial game, Sport in Society, 12(4-5), pp.431-446, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430430802702715.

Velija, P and Malcolm, D (2009) 'Look, it's a girl': Cricket and gender relations in the UK, Sport in Society, 12(4-5), pp.629-642, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430430802702905.

Mehta, N, Gemmell, J, Malcolm, D (2009) 'Bombay sport exchange': Cricket, globalization and the future, Sport in Society, 12(4-5), pp.694-707, ISSN: 1743-0437. DOI: 10.1080/17430430802702996.

Malcolm, D (2009) Medical uncertainty and clinician-athlete relations: The management of concussion injuries in rugby union, Sociology of Sport Journal, 26(2), pp.191-210, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.26.2.191.

Malcolm, D (2009) Malign or Benign? English National Identities and Cricket, Sport in Society, 12(4/5), pp.613-628.

Malcolm, D (2009) Cricket in Colonial India, 1780-1947., JOURNAL OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE ORIENT, 52, pp.176-179, ISSN: 0022-4995. DOI: 10.1163/156852009X405410.

Malcolm, D (2008) A Response to Vamplew and Some Comments on the Relationship Between Sports Historians and Sociologists of Sport, Sport in History, 28(2), pp.259-279, ISSN: 1746-0263. DOI: 10.1080/17460260802090743.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (2008) "No Systematic Doping in Football": A Critical Review, Soccer and Society, 9(2), pp.198-214.

Malcolm, DE (2008) A Response to Vamplew and Some Comments on the Relationship Between Sports Historians and Sociologists of Sport, Sport in History, 28(2), pp.259-279.

Malcolm, D (2006) Unprofessional Practice? The Power and Status of Sports Physicians, Sociology of Sport Journal, 23(4), pp.376-395, ISSN: 0741-1235.

Malcolm, D (2006) The Diffusion of Cricket to America: A Figurational Sociological Examination, Journal of Historical Sociology, 19(2), pp.151-173, ISSN: 1467-6443. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-6443.2006.00276.x.

Malcolm, DE (2006) Unprofessional Practice? The Power and Status of Sports Physicians, Sociology of Sport Journal, 23(4), pp.376-395.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (2006) Performance Enhancing Drugs in European Football, International Review of Modern Sociology, 32(2), pp.309-331.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (2006) Eric Dunning: This Sporting Life, Sport in Society, 9(4), pp.503-513.

Malcolm, D (2005) Sport and society (issues in society), SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ONLINE, 10(4), ISSN: 1360-7804.

Malcolm, D (2005) The Emergence, Codification and Diffusion of Sport, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 40(1), pp.115-118, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690205052173.

Malcolm, D, Smith, S, Sheard, K (2005) Protective Equipment and the Injury Crisis in English Rugby Union, Football Studies, 8(1), pp.58-67.

Malcolm, D (2005) The Emergence, codification and diffusion of sport: theoretical and conceptual issues, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 40(1), pp.115-118.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Naik, R, Roderick, M (2005) Drug use in English Professional Football, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 39, e18.

Parry, M and Malcolm, D (2004) England's Barmy Army: Commercialization, Masculinity and Nationalism, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 39(1), pp.73-92.

Malcolm, D, Sheard, K, Smith, S (2004) Protected Research: Sports Medicine and Sports Injuries, Sport in Society, 7(1), pp.97-110.

Malcolm, D and Sheard, K (2002) "Pain in the Assets": The Effects of Commercialization and Professionalization on the Management of Injury in English Rugby Union, Sociology of Sport Journal, 19(2), pp.149-169, ISSN: 0741-1235.

Malcolm, D and Sheard, K (2002) “Pain in the Assets”: The Effects of Commercialization and Professionalization on the Management of Injury in English Rugby Union, Sociology of Sport Journal, 19(2), pp.149-169, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.19.2.149.

Malcolm, D (2002) 'Clean bowled?' Cricket, racism and equal opportunities, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 28(2), pp.307-325, ISSN: 1369-183X. DOI: 10.1080/13691830220124350.

Malcolm, D (2002) Cricket and Civilizing Processes: A response to Stokvis, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 37(1), pp.37-57, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/1012690202037001003.

Malcolm, D and Darby, P (2002) Ian Taylor in Memoriam, Soccer and Society, 3(1), pp.79-80.

Malcolm, D (2002) "Clean Bowled"? Cricket, Racism and Equal Opportunities, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 28(2), pp.307-325.

Malcolm, D (2001) 'It's not Cricket': Colonial Legacies and Contemporary Inequalities, Journal of Historical Sociology, 14(3), pp.253-275, ISSN: 1467-6443. DOI: 10.1111/1467-6443.00146.

Malcolm, D (2001) "It's not cricket": Colonial legacies and contemporary inequalities, Journal of historical sociology, 14(3), pp.253-275, ISSN: 0952-1909. DOI: 10.1111/1467-6443.00146.

Malcolm, D (2000) Football Business and Football Communities in the Twenty-First Century, Soccer and Society, 1(3), pp.102-113.

Malcolm, D, Sheard, K, White, A (2000) The Changing Structure and Culture of English Rugby Union Football, Culture, Sport, Society, 3(3), pp.63-87.

Garland, J, Malcolm, D, Rowe, M (2000) Introduction: The Future of Football, Soccer and Society, 1(1), pp.1-7.

Malcolm, D, Jones, I, Waddington, I (2000) The People's Game? Football Spectatorship and Demographic Change, Soccer and Society, 1(1), pp.129-143.

Malcolm, D (1999) Cricket Spectator Disorder: Myths and Historical Evidence, The Sports Historian, 19(1), pp.16-37, ISSN: 1351-5462. DOI: 10.1080/17460269909445806.

Malcolm, D (1999) Cricket Spectator Disorder: Myths and Historical Evidence, The Sports Historian, 19(1), pp.16-37.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Horak, R (1998) THE SOCIAL COMPOSITION OF FOOTBALL CROWDS IN WESTERN EUROPE, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 33(2), pp.155-169, ISSN: 1012-6902. DOI: 10.1177/101269098033002003.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Cobb, J (1998) Gender Stereotyping and Physical Education, European Physical Education Review, 4(1), pp.34-46, ISSN: 1356-336X. DOI: 10.1177/1356336x9800400104.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Horak, R (1998) The Social Composition of Football Crowds in Western Europe: A Comparative Study, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 33(2), pp.155-169.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Cobb, J (1998) Gender and Physical Education in English Schools, European Physical Education Review, 4(1), pp.34-46.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Green, K (1997) Sport, Health and Physical Education: A Reconsideration, European Physical Education Review, 3(2), pp.165-182, ISSN: 1356-336X. DOI: 10.1177/1356336x9700300206.

Malcolm, D (1997) Stacking in Cricket: A Figurational Sociological Reappraisal of Centrality, Sociology of Sport Journal, 14(3), pp.263-282, ISSN: 0741-1235. DOI: 10.1123/ssj.14.3.263.

Waddington, I, Malcolm, D, Green, K (1997) Sport, Health and Physical Education, European Physical Education Review, 3(2), pp.165-182.

Malcolm, D (1997) Cricket, "Racial" Stereotyping and Physical Education, Bulletin of Physical Education, 33(1), pp.8-14.

Malcolm, DE (1997) Stacking in Cricket: A Figurational Sociological Re-appraisal of Centrality, Sociology of Sport Journal, 14(3), pp.265-284.



Conferences

Malcolm, DE (2009) Elias, Sociology of Knowledge, and Sports Medicine. In XII Symposio Internacional Processo Civilizador, Recife, Brazil, pp.191-210.

Malcolm, DE, Bairner, AES, Curry, G (2008) Cricket, Islam and the Postcolonial: The death of Bob Woolmer. In North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Denver, USA.

Malcolm, DE (2008) NASSS and the Sociology of Sport: A European view. In North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Denver, USA.

Malcolm, D, Bairner, A, Curry, G (2008) Cricket, Islam and the Postcolonial: Reflections on the death of Bob Woolmer. In Cricket and Globalisation: An international conference, Leeds Metropolitan University, pp.217-234.

Malcolm, DE (2007) Cricket, Colonialism, Postcolonialism and Commercialism. In Memphis University and University of Maryland London Study Abroad Programme, Sport & Culture in the Global MarketPlace, London, pp.1-11.

Malcolm, D (2007) Concussion in Rugby: A Case Study of Medical Uncertainty in Sport. In Social Connections: Identities, Technologies, Relationships, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2007) Medical Aspects of Sport - Consolidation and Agenda Setting. In Social Connections: Identities, Technologies, Relationships, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2007) A New England? Cricket and English National Identities. In Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Cricket - Dawn of a New World: Growth, Development and Commerce, London University, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2007) Cricket, Globalization and English National Identity. In Sports, Organisations, Identities, Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2007) Cricket, Globalization and English National Identity. In Sports, Organisations, Identities, Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, pp.109-110.

Bairner, A, Malcolm, D, Curry, G (2007) Ireland's Other National Sport? Irishness and the Cricket World Cup 2007. In North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, USA, pp.1-11.

Malcolm, DE (2007) Concussion in Rugby: A Case Study of the Management of Medical Uncertainty in Sport. In ISSA and ISHPES Joint World Congress, Sport in a Global World: Past, Present and Future, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, pp.1-11.

Bairner, A and Malcolm, D (2007) British or English? National Identities and Cricket in the United Kingdom. In ISPHES/ISSA Joint World Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp.1-11.

Malcolm, D (2006) A New England: Cricket, the Ashes and National Identity. In University of Chester, England, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2006) The Ashes and the Media. In Historians on Sport: Australia, the Ashes and All that, De Montfort University, Leicester, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2006) The Ashes and the Media. In Historians on Sport: Australia, the Ashes and All that, De Montfort University, Leicester, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2006) A New England? Cricket, the Ashes and National Identity. In Sport, Nation, Nationalism, 8th ISHPES Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2006) The Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in European Football. In Soccer - From England to the World: European, African and Asian Aspects, SOAS, London University, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2006) A New England? Cricket, the Ashes and National Identity. In Birkbeck College, London University, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2006) Sports Diffusion: Civilizing and Decivilizing Processes. In Re-Imagining Community/Re(en) Visioning Sport, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2006) Unprofessional Practice? The Status and Power of Sports Physicians. In Re-Imagining Community/Re(en) Visioning Sport, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2005) The Peculiarity of Sports Medicine? Doctors and Physiotherapists in Elite English Rugby Union. In Telemark University, Bo, Norway, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2005) The Injury Problem in Professional Rugby Union. In Telemark University, Bo, Norway, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2004) The Peculiarity of Sports Medicine? Doctors and Physiotherapists in English Football and Rugby Union. In Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education, Oslo, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2003) The Injury Crisis in Elite Rugby Union? A critique of risk-compensation theories. In BSA Sport Study Group Annual Regional Seminar, Warwick University, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2003) Cricket and Racial Equality Policies. In The Irish Football Association, Sport and Social Responsibility, Belfast, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2003) Female Incursion into Cricket's "Male Preserve": Cricket, Gender and Elias's Theory of Established-Outsider Relations. In Sport and Human Rights, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2002) Injuries in Professional Rugby Union and the effects of Commercialization. In Southampton Institute, Southampton, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2002) Cricket: the early laws and the control of violence. In British Society of Sports History, Leicester, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (2001) The Future of Football: Issues and Controversies in the Twenty First Century. In University of Ruhr, Bochum, Germany, pp.109-110.

Malcolm, D (2001) The Injury Crisis in Rugby Union. In University of Warwick, Coventry.

Malcolm, D, Sheard, K, White, A (2001) The Management of Injuries in Elite Rugby Union: the Problems of commercialisation and globalisation. In 1st World Congress of the Sociology of Sport, Sociology of Sport and New Global Order: Bridging Perspectives and Crossing Boundaries, Seoul, Korea, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (1999) Cricket and Spectator Disorder. In 18th Annual Conference of the British Society of Sports History, University of Brighton, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (1998) Cricket and Spectator Disorder. In University of Warwick, Coventry.

Malcolm, D (1997) British Racial Minority Participation in Cricket: Class and Empire Relations. In European Sociological Association Conference, University of Essex, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (1997) Sport and Health: Some Public Policy Implications. In Health and Public Policy, Nanterre X University, Paris, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, D (1997) Sport and Health: Some Public Policy Implications. In Health and Public Policy, Nanterre X University, Paris.



Books

Malcolm, D (2019) The concussion crisis in sport,ISBN: 9780367262938. DOI: 10.4324/9780429292408.

Malcolm, DE (2016) Sport, Medicine and Health: the medicalization of sport.

Malcolm, DE (ed) (2016) Sport and Society: A Student Introduction, sage, ISBN: 9781446276181.

Malcolm, DE (2013) Globalizing Cricket: Englishness, Empire and Identity, Bloomsbury Academic, ISBN: 978-1-84966-527-8.

Malcolm, D and Safai, P (ed) (2012) The Social Organization of Sports Medicine: Critical socio-cultural perspecitve, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415884440.

Malcolm, D (2012) Sport and Sociology,ISBN: 9780415571210.

Malcolm, DE, Gemmell, J, Mehta, N (ed) (2010) The Changing Face of Cricket: From Imperial to Global Game, Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-415-44329-6.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (ed) (2007) Matters of Sport: Essays in Honour of Eric Dunning, Routledge, ISBN: 978-0415348331.

Malcolm, D (2007) The Sage Dictionary of Sport Studies, Sage.

(2006) Pain and Injury in Sport, Routledge, DOI: 10.4324/9780203002995.

Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Waddington, I (ed) (2004) Sport Histories: Figurational Studies in the Development of Modern Sports, Routledge.

Dunning, E and Malcolm, D (ed) (2003) Sport: Critical Concepts in Sociology Volumes I-VI, Routledge.

Garland, J, Malcolm, D, Rowe, M (ed) (2000) The Future of Football: Challenges for the 21st Century, Cass.



Chapters

Malcolm, D (2019) Concussion, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and the medicalization of sport. In Ventresca, M and McDonald, MG (ed) Sociocultural Examinations of Sports Concussions, Routledge, pp.23-40, ISBN: 9780367134501. DOI: 10.4324/9780429028175.

Malcolm, D (2019) Sociocultural aspects of concussion. In Caron, J and Bloom, G (ed) Psychological Aspects of Sports-Related Concussions, Routledge, pp.199-212, ISBN: 9780815391869. DOI: 10.4324/9781351200516.

Liston, K and Malcolm, D (2019) Sports-related brain injury: Concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy. In Research in the Sociology of Sport, pp.89-104, DOI: 10.1108/S1476-285420190000012008.

Malcolm, D (2018) Elias on the development of modern sport: empirical error, interpretive insight and conceptual clarification. In Excitement Processes. Norbert Elias’s unpublished works on sports, leisure, body, culture, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften © Springer, pp.153-169, ISBN: 9783658149116. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-14912-3.

Gibbons, T and Malcolm, D (2017) Nationalism, the English question and sport. In Sport and English National Identity in a ‘disunited kingdom’, Routledge, pp.1-15, ISBN: 978-1138120594.

Malcolm, D and Velija, P (2017) Cricket: the quintessential English game?. In and English National Identity in a ‘disunited kingdom’, Routledge, pp.19-33, ISBN: 978-1138120594.

Malcolm, D and Gibbons, T (2017) English national identity and intra-British relations: empirical and theoretical reflections. In Sport and English National Identity in a ‘disunited kingdom’, Routledge, pp.201-209, ISBN: 9781138120594.

Malcolm, D and Fletcher, T (2017) The international cricket council cricket world cup: A “second class” megamediasport event?. In Sport, Media and Mega-Events, © Taylor & Francis, pp.115-129, ISBN: 9781138930384. DOI: 10.4324/9781315680521.

Malcolm, DE and Pullen, E (2016) Is Exercise Medicine?. In Mansfield, L, Piggin, J, weed, M (ed) Handbook of Physical Activity: Policy, Politics and Practice, routledge, pp.101-115.

Malcolm, DE (2016) On developments of modern sport: the Eliasian perspective. In haut, J, dolan, P, reicher, D, Sanchez Garcia, R (ed) Excitement Processes. Sports, leisure, body, culture in the works of Norbert Elias, Springer VS, pp.90-105.

Malcolm, DE and fletcher, T (2016) . A “Second Class” MegaMediaSport Event? The ICC Cricket World Cup. In Wenner, L and billings, A (ed) MegaMediaSport, pp.75-90.

Malcolm, DE and horne, J (2016) Sociology of sport research in the UK. In Young, K (ed) Sociology of Sport: A Global Subdiscipline in Review, pp.55-70.

Malcolm, D and Waldman, D (2016) The politics of international cricket. In Handbook of Sport and Politics, © Taylor & Francis (Routledge), pp.150-165, ISBN: 9781138792548.

Malcolm, D (2016) Sport and sociological theory. In Sport and Society: a student introduction, SAGE Publications Ltd, pp.11-31, ISBN: 9781446276181.

Houlihan, B and Malcolm, D (2016) Introduction [Sport and Society: A Student Introduction]. In Sport and Society: a student introduction, SAGE Publications Ltd, pp.1-7, ISBN: 9781446276181.

Safai, P and Malcolm, D (2016) Sport, health and medicine. In Sport and Society: a student introduction, SAGE Publications Ltd, pp.157-179, ISBN: 9781446276181.

Horne, J and Malcolm, D (2016) Sociology of sport: United Kingdom. In Research in the Sociology of Sport, pp.303-319, DOI: 10.1108/S1476-285420160000009021.

Malcolm, DE (2015) Football and Performance Enhancing Drugs. In Smtih, A (ed) The Routledge Companion to Sport and Drugs, pp.103-114.

Malcolm, DE (2015) Norbert Elias and the sociology of sport. In Giulianotti, R (ed) Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Sport, pp.50-60.

(2015) Routledge Handbook of Drugs and Sport. In Unknown Parent Title, Routledge. DOI: 10.4324/9780203795347.

Malcolm, DE and Mansfield, L (2014) The Olympic Movement, Sport and Health. In Baker, J, Thomas, JF, Safai, P (ed) Health and elite sport: Is high performance sport a healthy pursuit?, pp.187-203.

Malcolm, DE and Mansfield, L (2014) Sociology. In Vamplew, W (ed) Critical Concepts in Sports History, pp.351-369.

Mansfield, L and Malcolm, D (2014) The olympic movement, sport and health. In Health and Elite Sport: Is High Performance Sport a Healthy Pursuit?, pp.187-203, ISBN: 9780415708661. DOI: 10.4324/9781315885919-23.

Malcolm, D (2013) Sports medicine goes under the knife: The dissection of athlete healthcare. In Doing Real World Research in Sports Studies, pp.26-30, ISBN: 9780415505253.

Malcolm, DE, Mansfield, L, Hughes, J (2013) Norbert Elias and Leisure. In Blackshaw, T (ed) Handbook of Leisure Studies, pp.120-132.

Malcolm, DE (2013) Medical Management in Professional Football: Some Reflections. In Waddington, I and Smith, A (ed) Doing Real World Research in Sports Studies, pp.26-30.

Malcolm, D, Mansfield, L, Hughes, J (2013) Norbert Elias and Leisure studies. In Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies, pp.120-132, ISBN: 9780415697170. DOI: 10.4324/9780203140505-21.

Malcolm, DE (2012) The Social Science of Sports Medicine. In Malcolm, D and Safai, P (ed) The Social Organization of Sports Medicine, pp.1-22, ISBN: 9780415884440.

Malcolm, DE (2010) Malign or Benign? English National Identities and Cricket. In Malcolm, D, Gemmell, J, eds, NM (ed) The Changing Face of Cricket: From Imperial to Global Game, Routledge, pp.183-198, ISBN: 978-0-415-44329-6.

Velija, P and Malcolm, DE (2010) 'Look, it's a girl': cricket and gender relations in the UK. In Malcolm, D, Gemmell, J, eds, NM (ed) The Changing Face of Cricket: From Imperial to Global Game, Routledge, pp.199-212, ISBN: 978-0-415-44329-6.

Malcolm, DE, Gemmell, J, Mehta, N (2010) Cricket and modernity: international and interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of the Imperial Game. In Malcolm, D, Gemmell, J, eds, NM (ed) The Changing Face of Cricket: From Imperial to Global Game, Routledge, pp.1-16, ISBN: 978-0-415-44329-6.

Mehta, N, Gemmell, J, Malcolm, DE (2010) 'Bombay Sport Exchange': cricket, globalization and the future. In Malcolm, D, Gemmell, J, eds, NM (ed) The Changing Face of Cricket: From Imperial to Global Game, Routledge, pp.264-277, ISBN: 978-0-415-44329-6.

Malcolm, DE and Bairner, AES (2010) On a Boundary: Cricket, internal colonialism and 'the Celtic fringe'. In Rumford, C and eds, SW (ed) Cricket and Globalization, Cambridge Scholar Press, pp.189-209, ISBN: 978-1-4438-2370-8.

Malcolm, DE, Bairner, AES, Curry, G (2010) Cricket and cultural difference: Bob Woolmer's death and postcolonial relations. In Rumford, C and eds, SW (ed) Cricket and Globalization, Cambridge Scholar Press, pp.231-251, ISBN: 978-1-4438-2370-8.

Malcolm, DE (2010) Sociologia do Conhecimento e Medicina Desportiva [Elias, Sociology of Knowledge, and Sports Medicine]. In ed, JLS (ed) XII Symposio Internacional Processo Civilizador, Editora Universitaria da Ufpe, pp.5-17.

Mansfield, L and Malcolm, DE (2010) Sports History and Sociology of Sport. In Pope, SW and eds, JN (ed) Routledge Companion to Sports History, Routledge, pp.99-113, ISBN: 978-0-415-77339-3.

Malcolm, D, Waddington, I, Smith, A (2009) Drug use in professional football: A case study. In Waddington, I and Eds, AS (ed) An Introduction to Drugs in Sport: Addicted to Winning?, Routledge, pp.155-178.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (2008) Eric Dunning: This Sporting Life. In Malcolm, D and Eds, IW (ed) Matters of Sport: Essays in Honour of Eric Dunning, Cass, pp.1-11.

Malcolm, DE (2008) A New England? Cricket, the Ashes and National Identity. In Ed, TP (ed) Sport, Nation, Nationalism: Proceedings of the 8th ISHPES Seminar and International Conference on Social Science and Sport, Fakulteta za sport, Institut za sport, Zavod Ekvilib, pp.269-285.

Malcolm, DE (2008) Female Cricketers and Male Preserves. In Atkinson, M and Eds, KY (ed) Tribal Play: Sport Subcultures and Countercultures, Elsevier Press, pp.217-234.

Malcolm, D and Waddington, I (2008) "No systematic doping in football": A critical review. In Martinez, D and Eds, PM (ed) Football: From England to the World, Routledge, pp.43-59.

Malcolm, D and Guilianotti, R (2007) Soccer. In Ed, GR (ed) The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Science, Blackwell, pp.4345-4350.

Malcolm, D (2007) Sports Industry. In Ed, GR (ed) The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Science, Blackwell, pp.4713-4717.

Malcolm, DE and Waddington, I (2007) Performance Enhancing Drugs in European Football. In Grunberg, L and Eds, SK (ed) Discourses on the Beautiful Game, Ashwin-Anoka Press, pp.163-188.

Malcolm, DE (2006) Sports Medicine: A Very Peculiar Practice? Doctors and Physiotherapits in Elite English Rugby Union. In Loland, S, Skirstad, B, Eds, IW (ed) Pain and Injury in Sport, Social and Ethical Analysis, Routledge, pp.165-181.

Malcolm, D (2006) O Desenvolvimento do críquete com especial referência à teoria dos processos civilizadores de Elias. In Gebara, A and Eds, AP (ed) Ensaios Sobre História e Sociologia Nos Esportes: Caleção Norbert Elias, Vol 2, Fontowa.

Malcolm, D (2004) Outsiders Within: The Reality of Rural Racism. In Chakraborti, N and Eds, JG (ed) Rural Racism: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives, Wilan Publishing, pp.63-84.

Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Waddington, I (2004) Introduction: history, sociology and the sociology of sport: the work of Norbert Elias. In Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Eds, IW (ed) Sport Histories: Figurational Studies of the Development of Modern Sports, Routledge, pp.1-14.

Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Waddington, I (2004) Conclusion: figurational sociology and the development of modern sport. In Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Eds, IW (ed) Sport Histories: Figurational Studies of the Development of Modern Sports, Routledge, pp.191-206.

Malcolm, D (2004) Cricket: Civilizing and De-civilizing Processes in the Imperial Game. In Dunning, E, Malcolm, D, Eds, IW (ed) Sport Histories: Figurational Studies of the Development of Modern Sports, Routledge, pp.71-87.

Dunning, E and Malcolm, D (2003) General Introduction: On Sociology as an inherently critical subject. In Dunning, E and Eds, DM (ed) Sport: Critical Concepts in Sociology Vol. 1, Routledge, pp.1-19.

Malcolm, D (2003) Cricket and Civilizing Processes: A response to Stokvis. In Dunning, E and Eds, DM (ed) Sport: Critical Concepts in Sociology Vol. 4, Routledge, pp.109-132.

Malcolm, D (2003) Cricket and Civilizing Processes: A response to Stokvis. In Dunning, E and Eds, SM (ed) Norbert Elias Vol. 3, Sage, pp.319-342.

Malcolm, D, Sheard, K, White, A (2001) The Management of Injuries in Elite Rugby Union: The Effects of Commercialization and Globalization. In Sport, PSWCOSO (ed) Sociology of Sport and New Global Order: Bridging Perspectives and Crossing Boundaries, Yonsei University, pp.313-322.

Garland, J, Malcolm, D, Rowe, M (2000) Introduction: The Future of Football. In Garland, J, Malcolm, D, Eds, MR (ed) The Future of Football: Challenges for the 21st Century, Cass, pp.1-7.

Malcolm, D, Jones, I, Waddington, I (2000) The People's Game? Football Spectatorship and Demographic Change. In Garland, J, Malcolm, D, Eds, MR (ed) The Future of Football: Challenges for the 21st Century, Cass, pp.129-143.



Other

Malcolm, D (2009) Cricket in Colonial India, 1780-1947 by Boria Majumdar.

Malcolm, D (2006) Sports Mega-Events: Social Scientific Analyses of a Global Phenomenon by John Horne and Wofram Manzenreiter (eds.).

Malcolm, D (2005) Sport and Society: History, Power and Culture by Graham Scambler.

Maguire, J (2005) Sport and Globalisation.

Malcolm, D (2004) The European Football Ritual: Football in the New Europe.

Malcolm, D (2004) Mud, Sweat and Beers.

Malcolm, D (2003) Cricket and Race.

Malcolm, D (1999) Liberation Cricket: West Indies Cricket Culture.

Malcolm, D (1998) Sport: Social Problems and Issues.



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