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Duncan, Samuel Keith
Dr Sam Duncan is the senior lecturer of Holmesglen’s Sports Media and Sport Business degrees. His main research interests are sports media, sport business and the link between sport, media, community and culture. Sam is the author of Footy Grounds to Grandstands: Play, Community and the Australian Football League and has been published in a range of Australian and international peer reviewed academic journals with a focus on sport, media, society, theory and philosophy. During his professional career Sam worked in public relations and strategic communications as a Group Account Director at Javelin Australia and also regularly contributes to various media outlets about issues relating to sports media and business, including the Age, AFL Record, The New Daily and Ten Daily. Sam is also the author of a poetry book, Rolling with the Punches and children’s book, In the Land of Every Animal.
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|1||2017||Acting as one: Understanding the actions of the banned Essendon 34||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|2||May-2017||Athenians and red invincibles: The origins of Queensland Football [Book Review]||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|3||2018||The Business of Sport, Sledging and the Corruption of Play – an Interpretation through a Huizingian-Bourdieu Lens||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|4||28-Mar-2018||Managed Play: The Media’s Impact on Play in the Australian Football League||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|5||2017||Play, community and democracy: understanding how play can stimulate democracy||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|6||25-Feb-2018||Sledging in Sport – playful banter, or mean-spirited insults? A study of sledging’s place in play.||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|7||2017||The transformation of Australian football: the impact of business on the sport field||Duncan, Samuel Keith|
|8||Nov-2016||Voices from the grandstands: The attitudes of Australian football fans towards the concept of creating, developing and binding communities||Duncan, Samuel Keith|