Citations

Tracking citations isn’t the easiest thing to do, but when I find them, I try to include them here. Thanks to those who cite. For those who don’t, you’re not doing your job properly.

 

BOOKS

Miah, A. (ed.) (2008) Human Futures: Art in an Age of Uncertainty, FACT & Liverpool University Press.

  • Delgado, A., Rommetveit, K., Jones, R. (2009) Imagining High-Tech Bodies: Science Fiction and the Ethics of Enhancement, Science Communucation,
  • Jones, R. (2009) Designs for Living, Nature Nanotechnology, 4, 471.
  •  Frood, Arran. (2009) “The Future Is Now: Book Review of Human Futures: Art in an Age of Uncertainty.” Nature 457, 22 January (2009): 383-4.

Miah, A. & Rich, E. (2008) The Medicalization of Cyberspace (London and NY: Routledge).

  • Whitehouse, Diane and George, Carlisle and Duquenoy, Penny (2011) eHealth: legal, ethical and governance challenges: an overview. In: Med-e-Tel 2011, 6-8 April 2011, Luxembourg.
  • Giles, D.C. (2011) Self- and Other-Diagnosis in User-Led Mental Health Online Communities, Qualitative Health Research, 21(3): 419-428.
  • Vandereychken, W. (2011) Media Hype, Diagnostic Fad or Genuine Disorder? Professionals’ Opinions About Night Eating Syndrome, Orthorexia, Muscle Dysmorphia, and Emetophobia, Eating Disorders, 19(2): 145-155.
  • Conrad, P. & Stults, C. (2010) The Internet and the Experience of Illness, in: Bird, C.E., Conrad, P., Fremont, A.M. & Timmermans, S. Handbook of Medical Sociology (6th Edition), Nashville, Vanderbilt University Press, pp.179-191.
  • Rail, G., Holmes, D. & Murray, S.J. (2010) The politics of evidence on `domestic terrorists': Obesity discourses and their effects Social Theory & Health, Volume 8, Number 3, pp. 259-279(21).
  • Webb, L. & Quennerstedt, W. (2010) Risky bodies: health surveillance and teachers’ embodiment of health, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 23, Number 7, December 2010 , pp. 785-802(18)
  • Nayar, P. (2010) An Introduction to New Media and Cybercultures. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • O’Riordan, K. (2010) The Body Incorporated: Constructing Biodigital Identity, Oxon; Routledge.
  • Campbell, A.V. (2009) The Body in Bioethics. Farnham, Ashgate.
  • 2009. Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society.
  • McMillon, S. (2009) Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace, New Media and Society, 11, 463-4.
  • Scott, K. (2008) Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace, Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology, 2(3), 1-3.
  • Williams, Simon.J., J. Gabe, and Peter. Davis. “The Sociology of Pharmaceuticals: Progress and Prospects.” Sociology of Health and Illness 30, no. 6 (2008): 813-24.
  • Mitchell, Lisa. M. “Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace.” Surveillance and Society 6, no. 2 (2009): 182-83.
  • Rubinelli, S. “Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace.” Body & Society 15, no. 1 (2009): 109-12.
  • Campion, E.W. “Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace.” New England Journal of Medicine 359, no. 19 (2008): 2074.
  • James, M. “Book Review: The Medicalization of Cyberspace.” BioCentre (2008): http://www.bioethics.ac.uk.

Miah, A. (2004) Genetically Modified Athletes: Biomedical Ethics, Gene Doping and Sport (London and NY: Routledge).

  • Trothen, T.J. (2011) Better than Normal: Constructing Modified Athletes and a Relational Theological Ethic, In: Parry, J., Nesti, M. & Watson, N. (2011) Theology, Ethics & Transcendence in Sports., Oxon, Routledge, 64-81.
  • Watson, N. (2011) Introduction, In: Parry, J., Nesti, M. & Watson, N. (2011) Theology, Ethics & Transcendence in Sports., Oxon, Routledge.
  • Atry, A., Hansson, M. and Kihlborn, U. (2011) Gene Doping and the Responsibility of Bioethicists, Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 5(2), 149-160.
  • Harris, J. (2010) Enhancing Evolution: The Ethical Case for Making Better People. Oxford University Press.
  • Cieszczyk et al. (2010) New threats of genetic research in sport, Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 3(5): 322-27.
  • Syed, M. (2010) Bounce: The Myth of Talent and the Power of Practice, Fourth Estate.
  • Gleaves, J. (2010) No Harm, No Foul: Justifying Bans On Safe Performance-Enhancing Drugs, Sport, Ethics & Philosophy, 4(3): 269-283.
  • Fore, J. (2010) Moving Beyond Gene Doping: Preparing for genetic modification in sport, Virginia Journal of Law and Technology, 15, 76-100
  • Bloodworth, A. & McNamee, M.J. (2010) Clean Olympians? Doping and anti-doping: The views of talented young British athletes, International Journal of Drug Policy, 21(4): 276-82.
  • Schneider, A. & Rupert, J. (2009) Constructing Winners: The Science and Ethics of Genetically Manipulating Athletes, Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 36(2), 182-206.
  • Zwart, H. (2009) From Utopia to Science: Challenges of Personalised Genomics Information for Health Management and Health Enhancemen, Medicine Studies, 1(2), 155-166
  • Loland, S. (2009) The Ethics of Performance-Enhancing Technology in Sport, Journal of the Philosophy, of Sport, 36, 152-161.
  • Mazanov, J. (2009). “Without bounds: A cosmopolitan research agenda for drugs in sport.” Sport in Society 12(3): 411 – 422.
  • Mazanov, J. (2009). “Debating the role of drugs in sport: a reader.” Sport in Society 12(3): 296 – 312.
  • Mazanov, J. and V. McDermott (2009). “The case for a social science of drugs in sport.” Sport in Society 12(3): 276 – 295.
  • McNamee, M.J. (2008) Sports, Virtues and Vices. Oxon and New York, Routledge.
  • Kious, B. M. (2008). “Philosophy on Steroids: why the anti-doping position could use a little enhancement.” Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 29: 213-234.
  • Stein, D.J. (2008) Philosophy of Psychopharmacology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.118.
  • More, Pete. (2008) Enhancing Me: The Hope and the Hype of Human Enhancement (Science Museum TechKnow Series), John Wiley & Sons, p.249.
  • Christian Lenk, Nils Hoppe & Roberto Andorno (2007) Ethics and Law of Intellectual Property: Current Problems in Politics, Science and Technology (Applied Legal Philosophy), Ashgate, p.84.
  • Heinemann Educational Publishers (2007) Perspectives on Science: The History, Philosophy and Ethics of Science.
  • Kok, F. (2007) Personalized Nutrition: Principles and Applications, p.167.
  • Green R.M. (2007) Babies by Design: The Ethics of Genetic Choice. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Petróczi, A. (2007). “Attitudes and doping: a structural equation analysis of the relationship between athletes’ attitudes, sport orientation and doping behaviour Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 2(34): doi:10.1186/1747-597X-2-34.
  • Davids, K. and J. Baker (2007). “Genes, Environment and Sport Performance: Why the Nature-Nurture Dualism is no Longer Relevant.” Sports Medicine 37(11): 961-980.
  • Mitchell, C. B., E. D. Pellegrino, et al. (2007). Biotechnology and the Human Good. Washington, DC., Georgetown University Press.
  • TWINE, R. (2007) Thinking across species – a critical bioethics approach to enhancement. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 28, 509-523.
  • D’ANDREA, A. C. (2006) Federalizing Bioethics. Texas Law Review, 83, 1663.
  • Houlihan, B.M.J. (2006) GMA Review, European Physical Education Review, 12(3), 382-384.
  • Foddy, B. (2006), ‘The ethics of genetic testing in sport’, International SportsMed Journal, 7, 3, 216-224.
  • Cavanagh, S. L. and H. Sykes (2006). “Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics: The International Olympic Committee’s Policy on Transsexual Athletes at the 2004 Athens Summer Games.”
    Body & Society 12(3): 75-102.
  • Parks, J. B., J. Quarterman, et al., Eds. (2006). Contemporary Sport Management (Third Edition). Champaign, IL., Human Kinetics.
  • Sheridan, H., B. Pasveer, et al. (2006). “Gene-Talk and Sport-Talk: A View from the Radical Middle Ground.” European Journal of Sport Science 6(4): 223-230.
  • Culbertson, L. (2006). “Book Review: Genetically Modified Athletes.” Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 33(1).
  • Tamburrini, C. (2006). “Are Doping Sanctions Justified? A Moral Relativistic View.” Sport in Society 9(2): 199-211.
  • Atkinson, M. (2006). “Book Review: Genetically Modified Athletes.” Sport in Society 9(1): 172-175.
  • Shanks, Pete. (2005) Human Genetic Engineering: A Guide for Activists, Skeptics and the Very Perplexed, Nation Books.
  • Moates, A. (2005). “Sports Medicine and Ethics.” Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 11(2): 6-9.
  • Pincock, S. (2005). “Gene Doping.” The Lancet: Special Supplement on Sport and Medicine 366(S18-S19).
  • Belyaletdinov, R.R. (2005) Divnyi novyi sport (Brave New Sports), Chelovek, #5, 169-173 [Russian Academy of Science]
  • Jonsson, Kutte. (2005) Cyborgatleterna äh här?! Om genus, “genfuskare” och idrottens hybrider, Idrottsforum, 1-13.
  • Ellliott, C. (2005) The Soul of a New Machine: Bioethicists in the Bureaucracy,
    Cambridge Quarterly for Healthcare Ethics; 14:4. 379-384.
  • Ian Ritchie (2005) Book Review.” Sociology of Sport Journal, 22, 239-241.
  • Osborn, G. (2005). Uphill race for GM sprinters? Book Review. Times Higher Education Supplement. London: 24.
  • Cutter, A. M. (2005). “Book Review.” Genomics, Society and Policy 1(2): 94-96.
  • Festeu, D. (2005) Book Review, GMA, European Sport Management Quarterly, 5(1), 95-97.
  • Cashmore, E. (2005) Making Sense of Sports. London & New York: Routledge
  • Donais, M. (2005) Book Review, Yale Journal of Public Health
  • Pederson, I. K. (2005). “Book Review.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 15: 65-66.
  • Jönsson, K. (2004). “Genetiskt modifierade idrottare.” Idrottsforum 26 October: http://idrottsforum.org/reviews/items/jonkut_gma.html.
  • Hilvoorde, Ivo van. (2004) Topsport en gendoping. Grenzen aan sport, opsporing en geloofwaardigheid. In Krisis. Tijdschrift voor empirische filosofie, 5(4), 5-21.
  • Ozyener, F. (2004). “Book Review:.” Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 3: 197.
  • Hosta, M. (2004). “Book Review of Genetically Modified Athletes.” Druzboslovne Razprave 20(46).
  • Turner, L. (2004, August 13). Book Review: Ready, Steady…Modify, The Lancet 364:9434, pp.573-4.
  • Tooby-Smith, A. (13 July, 2004) Gene Doping, British Association of Sports Medicine Today, 2.
  • McNamee, M. J. (2004). “Philosophy of Sport.” Nursing Philosophy 5(2): 182-183.
  • Córdova, M. Á. (2004). ATLETAS TRANSGÉNICOS: ¿MITO O REALIDAD? Presente: Diario Del Sureste. Mexico: http://www.diariopresente.com.mx/Portal/ArticleView.php?article_id=9919

Miah, A. and Eassom, S.B. (2002) Sport Technology: History, Philosophy and Policy. Oxford: Elsevier.

  • Bartlett, R., C. Gratton, et al., Eds. (2005). Encyclopedia of International Sports Studies (volume 2). London & New York, Routledge.
  • Jonsson, Kutte. (2005) Cyborgatleterna äh här?! Om genus, “genfuskare” och idrottens hybrider, Idrottsforum, 1-13.
  • Bale, J. (2004) Racing in Time and Space. London & New York: Routledge

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLE

Miah, A. (2006) Rethinking Enhancement in Sport, in Bainbridge, W.S. and M.C. Roco Progress in Convergence, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol, 1093, pp.301-320.

  • Ettorre, E. (2010) Culture, Bodies and the Sociology of Health, Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Kiuru, M. and R. G. Crystal (2008). “Progress and prospects: gene therapy for performance and appearance enhancement.” Gene Therapy (Nature Publishing Group) 14: 329-337.
  • Baoutina, A., I. E. Alexander, et al. (2007). “Potential Use of Gene Transfer in Athletic Performance Enhancement.” Molecular Therapy 15(10): 1751-1766.
  • Jonsson, Kutte. (2005) Cyborgatleterna äh här?! Om genus, “genfuskare” och idrottens hybrider, Idrottsforum, 1-13.

Miah, A. “Book Review: Cybertypes: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity on the Internet by Lisa Nakamura, London and New York: Routledge (2002).” Media, Culture & Society 27, no. 1 (2005): 145-47.

  • Oates, Thomas. Patrick. “Remediating Football for the Posthuman Future: Embodiment and Subjectivity in Sport Video Games.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 17-30.

Kayser, B., A. Mauron, et al. (2005). “Legalisation of performance-enhancing drugs.” The Lancet 366(Supplement on Medicine and Sport): 21.

  • Kious, B. M. (2008). “Philosophy on Steroids: why the anti-doping position could use a little enhancement.” Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 29: 213-234.
  • Wolbring, G. “Oscar Pistorius and the Future Nature of Olympic, Paralympic and Other Sports.” ScriptEd 5, no. 1 (2008): 139-60
  • Baker, J. S., M. R. Graham, et al. (2006). “Steroid and prescription medicine abuse in the health and fitness community: a regional study.” European Journal of Internal Medicine 17: 479-484.

Miah, A. (2005). “Genetics, cyberspace and bioethics: why not a public engagement with ethics?” Public Understanding of Science 14(4): 409-421.

  • Moore, A. (2009). “Public Bioethics and Public Engagement: the politics of ‘proper talk’.” Public Understanding of Science.
  • Hemphill, D. (2009). “Performance enhancement and drug control in sport: ethical considerations.” Sport in Society 12(3): 313 – 326.
  • Ahmad, Rana., Jennifer. Bailey, and Peter. Danielson. (2008): “Analysis of an Innovative Surgery Platform: Comparison of the Public’s Responses to Human Health and Salmon Genomics Surveys.” Public Understanding of Science 1, no.1-11.
  • Peters, H. P., J. T. Lang, et al. (2007). “Culture and Technological Innovation: Impact of Institutional Trust and Appreciation of Nature on Attitudes towards Food Biotechnology in the USA and Germany.” Int J Public Opin Res %R 10.1093/ijpor/edm004 19(2): 191-220.
  • Koolstra CM, Bos MJW, Vermeulen IE. Through which medium should science information professionals communicate with the public: television or the internet? Journal of Science Communication 2006;5(3):1-8.
  • Park, Y.-S. and C.-J. Kim (2006). ‘The Opportunity of Scientific Argumentation in the Classroom: Claim-Evidence Approach.’
  • Rich, E. and J. Evans (2005). “‘Fat Ethics’ – the Obesity Discourse and Body Politics.” Social Theory and Health 3(4): 341-358

Miah, A. (2005) From Anti-Doping to a ‘Performance Policy’: Sport Technology, Being Human and Doing Ethics, European Journal of Sport Science, 5(1): 51-57 [ISSN: 1746-1391].

  • Mazanov, J. and V. McDermott (2009). “The case for a social science of drugs in sport.” Sport in Society 12(3): 276 – 295.
  • Oates, Thomas. Patrick. “Remediating Football for the Posthuman Future: Embodiment and Subjectivity in Sport Video Games.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 17-30
  • Wolbring, G. “Oscar Pistorius and the Future Nature of Olympic, Paralympic and Other Sports.” ScriptEd 5, no. 1 (2008): 139-60

Miah, A. (2003) Be Very Afraid: Cyborg Athletes, Transhuman Ideals & Posthumanity, Journal of Evolution & Technology, 13(2)

  • Pilon, A. F. (2008). “The Bubbles or the Boiling Pot? An Ecosystemic Approach to Culture, Environment and Quality of Life.” Environmental Geology 57(2): 337-345.
  • Hamilton, M. (2006). “Elective Performance Enhancement Surgery for Athletes: Should it be resisted?” Acta Univ. Palacki Olomuc, Gymn 36(2): 39-46
  • PILON, A. F. (2006) Building a better world: the ecosystem approach to quality of life. Revista Brasileira em Promoção da Saúde, 19, 100-112.
  • Jonsson, Kutte. (2005) Cyborgatleterna äh här?! Om genus, “genfuskare” och idrottens hybrider, Idrottsforum, 1-13.
  • Pethokoukis, J.M. (2003, October 30) Boosting Athletic Performance, USNews.com, Next News: Daily Exploration of Science and Technology: http://www.usnews.com/usnews/nycu/tech/nextnews/archive/next031030.htm
  • Editorial (2004). Filosoof Andy Miah: Frankenrunner verdient een lintje. Ergogenics: http://www.ergogenics.org/miah.html

Miah, A. (2003) Dead Bodies for the Masses: The British Public Autopsy & the Aftermath, CTHEORY

  • Flågan, A. (2003) Posterchild for the Future: Living with Michael Jackson, CTHEORY, http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=370
  • Course Reading List: Theater und Internet & Die Digitale Arena, Institute  for Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen University, Dr Reinhold Grether. Link: http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/perfb.htm

Miah, A. (2002). Immersion and Abstraction in Virtual Sport. Sport Technology: History, Philosophy & Policy. A. Miah and S. B. Eassom. Oxford, Elsevier. 21: 225-233.

  • Hutchins, B. & Rowe, D. (2012) Sport Beyond Television: The Internet, Digital Media, and the Rise of Networked Media, Routledge.
  • Hutchins, Brett, David Rowe, and Andy Ruddock. “”It’s Fantasy Football Made Real”: Networked Media Sport, the Internet, and the Hybrid Reality of Myfootballclub.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 89-106.
  • Crawford, Garry, and Victoria. K. Gosling. “More Than a Game: Sports-Themed Video Games and Player Narratives.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 50-66.
  • Leonard, David. J. “New Media and Global Sporting Cultures: Moving Beyond the Cliches and Binaries.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 1-16.
  • Raney, A.A. & Bryan, J. (2006) Handbook of Sports and Media. Routledge.
  • Leonard, D. (2006). An Untapped Field: Exploring the World of Virtual Sports Gaming. Handbook of Sports & Media. A. A. Raney and J. Bryant. Oxon and New York, Routledge: 393-408.

Garcia, B. & Miah, A. (2002) Hosting Major Events: Lessons from Salt Lake 2002, Culture @ the Olympics, 4(1), 1-3.

  • Rennen, W. (2007). CityEvents: Place Selling in a Media Age. Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press.

Miah, A. (2002) Bioethics, Sport and The Genetically Enhanced Athlete.  Journal For Medical Ethics and Bioethics. 9:3-4: p. 2, p. 4

  • Boone, T. (2004). “Cheating in Sports:  What Should Exercise Physiologists Think?” Professionalization of Exercise Physiology 7(7): http://www.css.edu/users/tboone2/asep/CheatingWhatExercisePhysiologistsThink.html
  • Boone, T. (2004). “The Problem of Ambition Over Professionalism.” American Society of Exercise Physiologists 9(7).

Miah, A. (Mar, 2001) Genetic Technologies and Sport: The New Ethical Issue, Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, XXVIII, 32-52.

  • Wolbring, G. “Oscar Pistorius and the Future Nature of Olympic, Paralympic and Other Sports.” ScriptEd 5, no. 1 (2008): 139-60.
  • Hamilton, M. (2006). “Elective Performance Enhancement Surgery for Athletes: Should it be resisted?” Acta Univ. Palacki Olomuc, Gymn 36(2): 39-46.
  • Weaving, C. (2002) Article Review, Olympika, XI, pp.188-189.
  • Loland, S. (2002) Technology in Sport – Three Ideal-typical views and their implications, Play the Game, http://www.play-the-game.org/articles/sigmund_loland/technology.html
  • Loland, S. (2002) Sport Technologies – A Moral View, Research in Philosophy and Technology, Vol.21.
  • Paulo, D. (2004) Human Rights in Youth Sports. London and New York: Routledge

Miah, A. (2000). “The Engineered Athlete: Human Rights in the Genetic Revolution.” Culture, Sport, Society 3(3): 25-40.

  • Oates, Thomas. Patrick. “Remediating Football for the Posthuman Future: Embodiment and Subjectivity in Sport Video Games.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 17-30.
  • Wolbring, G. “Oscar Pistorius and the Future Nature of Olympic, Paralympic and Other Sports.” ScriptEd 5, no. 1 (2008): 139-60
  • Evans, M. D. R., J. Kelley, et al. (2005). “The Ethics of Gene Therapy and Abortion: Public Opinion.” Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 20(3): 223-234.
  • Houlihan, B. M. J. (2004). “Civil Rights, Doping Control and the World Anti-Doping Code.” Sport in Society 7(3): 420-437.

Miah, A. (2000) Virtually Nothing: Re-evaluating the Significance of Cyberspace, Leisure Studies, 19:3, 211-225.

  • Eid, M. (2008). On the Way to the Cyber-Arab-Culture: International Communication, Telecommunication Policies, and Democracy. Cyberculture and New Media (At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries) J. R. Francisco, Rodopi B.V.: 69-98.
  • Hughey, M. W. (2008). “Virtual (Br)others and (Re)sisters: Authentic Black Fraternity and Sorority Identity on the Internet.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 37(5): 528-560.
  • Brown Jr, J. J. (2008). “From Friday to Sunday: The hacker ethic and shifting notions of labour, leisure and intellectual property.” Leisure Studies 27(4): 395-409.
  • Oates, Thomas. Patrick. “Remediating Football for the Posthuman Future: Embodiment and Subjectivity in Sport Video Games.” Sociology of Sport Journal 26, no. 1 (2009): 17-30.
  • Brown, J.J. (2008) From Friday to Sunday: The Hacker Ethics and Shifting Notions of Labour, Leisure and Intellectual Property, Leisure Studies, 27(4), 395-409.
  • Gilchrist, P. & Ravenscroft, N. (2008) ‘Power to the paddlers’? the Internet, governance and discipline, Leisure Studies, 27(2), 129-148.
  • Nayar, P. K. (2006). Reading Culture: Theory, Praxis, Politics. London, SAGE.
  • MacFadyen, L. P. (2006). “Virtual Ethnicity: The New Digitization of Place, Body, Language, and Memory.” Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education 8(1): http://www.eastern.edu/publications/emme/2006spring/macfayden.html.
  • ROBERTS, K. (2006) Leisure in Contemporary Society (Second Edition), CABI Publishing.
  • Thexton, Wayne (2005, July). Review: Birgitta Qvarsell & Christoph Wulf (Eds.) (2003). Culture and Education. European Studies in Education [10 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 6(3), Art 14. Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/3-05/05-3-14-e.htm [Date of Access: October 15, 2005].
  • Harris, D. (2004). Key Concepts in Leisure Studies. London, SAGE.
  • Nauright, J. (2004). “Global games: culture, political economy and sport in the globalised world of the 21st century.” Third World Quarterly 25(7): 1325-1336.
  • Young, G. (2004). “From Broadcasting to Narrowcasting to ‘Mycasting': a newfound celebrity in Queer Internet Communities.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 18(1): 43-64.
  • Harris, D. (2004) Resource Guide: Leisure Consumerism and Popular Culture, HE Academy Network for Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism, Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN).
  • Patterson, Mike. (2003) First Nations in Cyberspace: Two Worlds and Tricksters – Where the Forest meets the Highway, PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology/Anthropology, Carlton University, Canada.
  • Grosseck, Gabriela. (2003) Incursiune in ciberspatiu, Revista Informatica Economia 4(28), 9-14.
  • Payne, P. (2003). “The Technics of Environmental Education.” Environmental Education Research 9(4): 525-541.
  • Lawrence, L. (2003). “‘These are the voyages…': interaction in real and virtual space environments in leisure.” Leisure Studies 22(October): 301-315.
  • Rehman, L. A., L. M. Robinson, et al. (2002). Celebrating Net Gains: Transforming the Nature of Leisure. Tenth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, University of Alberta, Canadian Association of Leisure Studies.
  • Scientific Research on the Internet, University of Maryland, USA http://www.webuse.umd.edu/biblio/bib_networks.htm
  • Patterson, M. (2003) First Nations in Cyberspace: Two Worlds and Tricksters, Where the Forest meets the Highway, PhD dissertation for Carlton University, Canada.

Miah, A. (2001) Genetics, Law and Athletes’ Rights, Sports Law Bulletin, Vol 4(5), pp.10-12

  • Foddy, B. (2006), ‘The ethics of genetic testing in sport’, International SportsMed Journal, 7, 3, 216-224.
  • Houlihan, B. M. J. (2004). “Civil Rights, Doping Control and the World Anti-Doping Code.” Sport in Society 7(3): 420-437.
  • Willis, P. (2002) Gene Sport, ABC News Article, published online at: http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/s479512.htm
  • Boone, T. (2004). “Cheating in Sports:  What Should Exercise Physiologists Think?” Professionalization of Exercise Physiology 7(7): http://www.css.edu/users/tboone2/asep/CheatingWhatExercisePhysiologistsThink.html

BOOK CHAPTERS

Miah, A. (2008) A Critical history of Posthumanism. In: Chadwick, R. & Gordijn, B. Medical Enhancements and Posthumanity. Springer.

  • Harees, L. (2012) The Mirage of Dignity on the Highways of Human Progress: The Bystanders’ Perspective. AuthorHouse, Bloomington, IN.
  • Heilinger, J-C. (2010) Anthropologie Und Ethik Des Enhancements Walter de Gruyter GmBH & Co, Berlin & New York.
  • Steltemeier, R., Dickel, S., Gaycken, S. & Knobloch, T. (2009) Neue Utopien: Zum Wandel eines Genres. Manutius Verlag
  • Tirosh-Samuelson, H. (2010) Engaging Transhumanism, in: Hansell, G.R. & Grassie, W. (eds) Transhumanism and its Critics. Philadelphia, Metanexus Institute.

Miah, A. (2008) A Deep Blue Grasshopper: Playing Games with Artificial Intelligence. In Hales, Benjamin. Philosophy Looks at Chess, Open Court Press.

  • Brindley, P.G. (2010) Patient safety and acute care medicine: lessons for the future, insights from the past, Critical Care, 14, 217.

Miah, A. Garcia, B. & Zhihui, T. (2008) We Are the Media: Alternative Voices and Non-Accredited Media at the Olympic Games. In Dayan, D. & Price, M. Owning the Olympics: Narratives of the New China. University of Michigan Press pp.320-345.

  • Hutchins, B. & Rowe, D. (2012) Sport Beyond Television: The Internet, Digital Media, and the Rise of Networked Media, Routledge.
  • Kang, J. & Traganou, J.(2011) The Beijing National Stadium as Media-space, Design & Culture, 3(2) 145-63.
  • Hutchins, B. (2010) The Web 2.0 Olympics: Athlete Blogging, Social Networking and Policy Contradictions at the 2008 Beijing Games, Convergence, 16(3) 279-297.
  • Horne, J. & Whannel, G. (2012) Understanding the Olympics. London, Routledge.
  • Horne, J. & Whannel, G. (2010) The ‘caged torch procession’: celebrities, protesters and the 2008 Olympic torch relay in London, Paris and San Francisco, Sport in Society, 13(5), 760-770.

 

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