Paul Widdop
Paul Widdop
Senior Lecturer, Leeds Beckett University
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COVID-19, networks and sport
D Parnell, P Widdop, A Bond, R Wilson
Managing Sport and Leisure, 1-7, 2020
Social networks and music worlds
N Crossley, S McAndrew, P Widdop
Routledge, 2014
Omnivorousness in sport: The importance of social capital and networks
P Widdop, D Cutts, G Jarvie
International review for the sociology of sport 51 (5), 596-616, 2016
Austerity, policy and sport participation in England
P Widdop, N King, D Parnell, D Cutts, P Millward
International journal of sport policy and politics 10 (1), 7-24, 2018
Collective action and football fandom: A relational sociological approach
J Cleland, M Doidge, P Millward, P Widdop
Springer, 2018
Do impersonal mobilisation methods work? Evidence from a nationwide Get-Out-the-Vote experiment in England
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts, P Widdop, P John
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 113-123, 2013
Impact of place on museum participation
P Widdop, D Cutts
Cultural Trends 21 (1), 47-66, 2012
Musical preferences and technologies: Contemporary material and symbolic distinctions criticized
A Leguina, S Arancibia-Carvajal, P Widdop
Journal of Consumer Culture 17 (2), 242-264, 2017
Social stratification and sports’ participation in England
P Widdop, D Cutts
Leisure sciences 35 (2), 107-128, 2013
Sport policy and English primary physical education: the role of professional football clubs in outsourcing
D Parnell, E Cope, R Bailey, P Widdop
Sport in society 20 (2), 292-302, 2017
Management strategies of non-profit community sport facilities in an era of austerity
D Parnell, A May, P Widdop, E Cope, R Bailey
European Sport Management Quarterly 19 (3), 312-330, 2019
Understanding football as a vehicle for enhancing social inclusion: Using an intervention mapping framework
D Parnell, A Pringle, P Widdop, S Zwolinsky
Social Inclusion 3 (3), 158-166, 2015
When context matters: assessing geographical heterogeneity of get-out-the-vote treatment effects using a population based field experiment
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts, P John, P Widdop
Political Behavior 36 (1), 77-97, 2014
Reimagining omnivorousness in the context of place
D Cutts, P Widdop
Journal of Consumer Culture 17 (3), 480-503, 2017
Football Worlds: Business and networks during COVID-19
D Parnell, AJ Bond, P Widdop, D Cockayne
Soccer & Society 22 (1-2), 19-26, 2021
A ‘Different class’? homophily and heterophily in the social class networks of britpop
P Millward, P Widdop, M Halpin
Cultural Sociology 11 (3), 318-336, 2017
Routledge Handbook of football business and management
S Chadwick, D Parnell, P Widdop, C Anagnostopoulos
Routledge, 2018
With a little help from my neighbours: A spatial analysis of the impact of local campaigns at the 2010 British general election
D Cutts, D Webber, P Widdop, R Johnston, C Pattie
Electoral Studies 34, 216-231, 2014
The emergence of the sporting director role in football and the potential of social network theory in future research
D Parnell, P Widdop, R Groom, A Bond
Managing Sport and Leisure 23 (4-6), 242-254, 2018
Physical activity and sedentary behavior clustering: segmentation to optimize active lifestyles
S Zwolinsky, J McKenna, A Pringle, P Widdop, C Griffiths, M Mellis, ...
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13 (9), 921-928, 2016
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