Essays on Football in the North-East of England 1880-1930
I. Books and Journal Articles
Anderson, B. (1983). Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism. London: Verso.
Appleton, A. (1961). Hotbed of Soccer: The Story of Football in the North-East. London: The Sportsmans Book Club.
Baker, W. J. (1979). ‘The Making of a Working-Class Football Culture’, Journal of Social History, 13 (2), 241–51.
Berridge, V. (1986). ‘Content Analysis and Historical Research on Newspapers’ in M. Harris and A. Lee (eds) The Press in English Society from the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries, pp. 201–18 London: Associated University Presses.
Birrell, S. (1981). ‘Sport as Ritual: Interpretations from Durkheim to Goffmann’, Social Forces, 60, (2), 354–76.
Brake, L. and Demoor, M. (eds) (2009). Dictionary of Nineteenth Century Journalism in Britain and Ireland. Gent: Academia Press.
Collins, T. (2015). ‘Early Football and the Emergence of Modern Soccer, c.1840–1880’, International Journal of the History of Sport [IJHS], 32 (9), 1127–42.
Collins, T. (2017). ‘Review of Curry and Dunning’s Association Football: A Study in Figurational Sociology (2015)’, Sport in History, 37 (4), 529–66.
Collins, T. (2019). How Football Began; A Global History of How the World’s Football Codes Were Born. London: Routledge.
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