James Bostock


NameJames Bostock
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Sport Outdoor and Exercise Science
Research instituteCollege of Science and Engineering

Research outputs

A Bibliometric Exploration of Events Literature In and Outside the Core Journals

Fletcher, R. and Bostock, J. 2022. A Bibliometric Exploration of Events Literature In and Outside the Core Journals. Event Management. 26 (7), pp. 1607-1622. https://doi.org/10.3727/152599522X16419948391177

Mission vs. Market: Theorizing the Tensions within Community Sport Trusts

Bostock, James, woodward, jon, bull, mike and sibley, jonathan 2021. Mission vs. Market: Theorizing the Tensions within Community Sport Trusts. The International Journal of Sport and Society. https://doi.org/10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/v13i01/1-22

Theorising Organisational Resilience for Sport Management Research and Practice

Bostock, James and Breese, Richard 2021. Theorising Organisational Resilience for Sport Management Research and Practice. Managing Sport and Leisure. https://doi.org/10.1080/23750472.2021.1930113

Challenges for third sector organisations in cutback management: a sporting case study of the implications of publicness.

Bostock, James, Breese, Richard, Crowther, Philip and Ridley-Duff, Rory 2019. Challenges for third sector organisations in cutback management: a sporting case study of the implications of publicness. Public Management Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2019.1577911

Review of survey methods in events management research

Fletcher, Richard and Bostock, James 2019. Review of survey methods in events management research. Event Management.

No plan B: the achilles heel of high performance sport management

Bostock, James, Crowther, Phil, Ridley-Duff, Rory and Breese, Richard 2017. No plan B: the achilles heel of high performance sport management. European Sport Management Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1080/16184742.2017.1364553

Review of established methods in event research

Crowther, Phil, Bostock, James and Perry, John 2015. Review of established methods in event research. Event Management. https://doi.org/10.3727/152599515X14229071393061

Event management research: A consensus of experience

Bostock, James, Crowther, Phil and Perry, John 2015. Event management research: A consensus of experience. in: Leisure Studies Association.

Rising to the challenge of sustainability - Community events by the community, for the community

Bostock, James, Cooper, Richard and Roberts, Gareth 2015. Rising to the challenge of sustainability - Community events by the community, for the community. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

Volunteers in social enterprise events: Triple bottom line benefits

Bostock, James 2014. Volunteers in social enterprise events: Triple bottom line benefits. in: Routledge.

From Beijing to Rio: Funding UK elite sport through the ‘No Compromise’ Policy

Bostock, James 2014. From Beijing to Rio: Funding UK elite sport through the ‘No Compromise’ Policy. in: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

A stakeholder centric approach

Bostock, James 2014. A stakeholder centric approach. in: Goodfellows.

The consequences of ‘no compromise’: Funding elite sport in the UK

Bostock, James 2013. The consequences of ‘no compromise’: Funding elite sport in the UK. in: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
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