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Woolf, J., Mazanov, J., & Connor, J. (2016), The Goldman Dilemma is dead: what elite athletes really think about doping, winning, and death. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, In Press.
Woolf, J., Berg, B.K. Newland, B.L, & Green, B.C. (2016), So you want to be a fighter? Institutional work and sport development processes at an elite mixed martial arts gym. Journal of Sport Management, 30(4), 438-452.
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Woolf, J., Heere, B. & Walker, M. (2013), Do Charity Sport Events function as “Brandfests” in the development of Brand Community? Journal of Sport Management, 6, 95-107.
Woolf, J., & Swain. P. (2013), Androgenic anabolic steroid policy and high school sports: Results from a policy Delphi study. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 6, 89-106.
Warner, S., Chalip, L., & Woolf, J. (2008). Fan development strategy: The Austin Wranglers’ game plan. Sport Management Review, 11, 309-330.
Woolf, J. (2008). Competitive advantage in the health and fitness industry: Developing service bundles. Sport Management Review, 11, 57-75.