Research Publications for Damion C Sturm
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Sturm, D. C. (2015). A glamorous and high-tech global spectacle of speed. Formula one motor racing as mediated, global and corporate spectacle. In K. Dashper, T. Fletcher, & N. McCullough (Eds.), Sport Events, Society and Culture (pp. 68-82). Oxen, England.
Sturm, D. (2015). Playing with the autoethnographical: Performing and re-presenting the fan's voice. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 15(3), 213-223. doi:10.1177/1532708614565454
Sturm, D. (2015). Smash and bash cricket? Affective technological innovations in the big bash. MEDIA INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA, (155), 80-88. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Sturm, D. (2014). Gender and genre in sports documentaries: critical essays. Studies in Documentary Film, 8(2), 172-174. doi:10.1080/17503280.2014.913335
Sturm, D. (2014). [Review of Digital Media Sport: Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society by Hutchins, Brett and Rowe, David (eds)]. Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture & Policy, (152), 196. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Sturm, D. C., & McKinney, A. (2013). Affective hyper-consumption and immaterial labors of love: Theorizing sport fandom in the age of new media. Participations Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 10(1), 357-362.
Sturm, D., & Lealand, G. (2012). Evoking 'New Zealandness': representations of nationalism during the (New Zealand) 2011 Rugby World Cup. New Zealand Journal of Media Studies, 13(2), 46-65. doi:10.11157/medianz-vol13iss2id15
Sturm, D. (2011). Masculinities, affect and the (re)place(ment) of stardom in Formula One fan leisure practices. Annals of Leisure Research, 14(2-3), 224-241. doi:10.1080/11745398.2011.615717
Fleming, D., & Sturm, D. (2011). Media, Masculinities, and the Machine: F1, Transformers, and Fantasizing Technology at its Limits. New York/London: The Continuum International Publishing Group.
Sturm, D. C. (2008). Omigod, it's Russell Crowe. South Park's assulty on celebrity. In J. A. Weinstock (Ed.), Taking South Park Seriously (pp. 209-231). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.