Law, Society and Popular Culture

Publications

Publications

Books and monographs

Film and the Law. The Cinema of Justice
Xiv +343pp, Hart Publishing, 2010, ISBN 978-1-84113-725-4 (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Peter Robson)

Readings in Law and Popular Culture
vii +328pp, Routledge, 2006, ISBN 0-415-37647-5 (edited collection, Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Law and Sport in Contemporary Society
xvii + 296 pp, Frank Cass Publishers, 2001, ISBN 071465048X (edited collection, Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Regulating Football. Commodification, Consumption and the Law
xii + 224pp, Pluto Press, 2001, ISBN 0-7453-1026-5 (Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Film and the Law
xi + 243 pp, Cavendish Publishing, 2001 ISBN 1-85941-639-X (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Peter Robson)
Shortlisted for Cavendish Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.

Contract and Control in the Entertainment industry. Dancing on the edge of heaven
viii + 210 pp, Dartmouth Publishing,1998 ISBN 1-85521-561-6 (Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Chapters in books

The impact of film and television on perceptions of law and justice – towards a realisable methodology?
In Sherwin R and Wagner A Law Culture and Visual Studies (Springer) (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Peter Robson) ISBN 978-90-481-9321-9

The Olympic Laws and the tensions and contradictions of promoting and preserving the Olympic Ideal
pp 74-86 in Girnigov, V, 2012, The London 2012 Olympics Routledge (Mark James and Guy Osborn) ISBN 978-0-415-67194-1

The poacher turned gamekeeper: James Ferman and the increasing intervention of the law
pp 93-104, in Lamberti, E 2012, Behind the Scenes at the BBFC (Palgrave/British Film Institute), (Guy Osborn and Alex Sinclair) ISBN 978-1-84457-476-6

The Olympics, the Law and the Contradictions of Olympism
in Lenskyj H and Wagg S, 2012, Handbook of Olympic Studies Palgrave (Mark James and Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn) ISBN 9780230246539

Sport and the Law: Considerations for Sport Managers
pp 285-298 in Managing Sport Business edited by Trenberth, L and Hassan, D, 2011, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-57029-9 (Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Law and Regulation
pp 73-84 in Managing football. An international Perspective edited by Hamil, S and Chadwick, S, 2010, Butterworths, ISBN 978-1-85617-544-9 (Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Matlock: America’s Greatest Lawyer? A transatlantic perspective
pp 105-114 in Lawyers in your living room! Law on Television edited by Asimow, M, 2009, ABA Press, ISBN 978-1-60442-328-0 (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Peter Robson)

Judge John deed: British TV lawyers in the 21st century
pp 205-215 in Lawyers in your living room! Law on Television edited by Asimow, M, 2009, ABA Press, ISBN 978-1-60442-328-0 (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Peter Robson)

Articles in refereed journals

The sources and interpretation of Olympic law
pp 80-86, Legal Information Management, 2012, 12(2) (Mark James and Guy Osborn) 1472-6696

From Beyond the Grave: the legal regulation of mediumship
pp 97-114, International Journal of Law in Context , 2012, 8(1) (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Stephanie Roberts) 1744-5523

London 2012 and the impact of the UK’s Olympic and Paralympic legislation: Protecting commerce or preserving culture?
pp 410-429, Modern Law Review, 2011, 74(3) (Mark James and Guy Osborn) 0026-7961

The juridification of sport: A comparative analysis of children’s rugby and cricket in England and South Africa
pp 85-104, Journal for Juridical Science 2011 36(1) (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and JP Rossouw)

Consuming Football. The Norwegian Experience, the English Impact, and the Possibilities of Interdisciplinary Research
pp 89-113, Scandinavian Sports Studies Forum, 2010 ISSN 2000-088X (Ingar Mehus and Guy Osborn)

Consuming the Olympics: the fan, the rights holder and the law
pp 1-7, Sport and Society. The summer Olympics through the lens of social science, 2010, (Mark James and Guy Osborn)

Regulating Sport: finding a role for the law?
pp 367-379, Sport in Society 2010, (Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn)

Erasmus Mundus and Education: The Leisure, entertainment and Governance Initiative
pp 1-5, Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 2010, (Bosse Carlsson, Arve Hjelseth and Guy Osborn)

The regulatory framework of the London 2012 Olympics
pp 7-9, Sports Law Administration and Practice, 2010 (Mark James & Guy Osborn)

Dancing on the edge of disciplines: law and the interdisciplinary turn’, Entertainment & Sports Law Journal 2010 (Ken Foster and Guy Osborn)

Tickets, Policy and social Inclusion: Can the European White paper on sport deliver?
pp 61-65 International Sports Law Journal, 2009, 1-2 (Mark James and Guy Osbor))

Contradictions within the criminalisation of ticket touting
Web Journal of Current Legal Issues 2009 (Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn and Stephanie Roberts)

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