Dr Paul Turner
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Business and Law|
|Department:||BL Deakin Business School|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 924 46769 +61 3 924 46769|
Dr Paul Turner is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Management in the Management Department within the School of Business in the Faculty of Business and Law. Prior to joining Deakin University in 1995 he worked in Women's Soccer (National), State Soccer and State Touch sporting Associations. He was also a school teacher in Perth between 1989 and 1992 teaching in Physical Education, Science and Maths. He was the Competition Coordinator for Melbourne Football for the Sydney Olympic Broadcasting Organisation (SOBO) during the 2000 Olympic Games. He was also a recipient of the Australian Sports Medal in 2000.
His qualifications include a PhD from Deakin University, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Edith Cowan University, A Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary) from Western Australian College of Advanced Education and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport Studies) from Canberra College of Advanced Education.
Dr Turner has a list of publications that include 1 book, 5 book chapters, 18 refereed journal publications and in excess of 40 conference papers. Research grants include the SMARTPLAY Research and Evaluation Project completed in 2009 / 2010. His research interests include sport media, sport facility and events and sport sociology. He has also acted as a guest reviewer for many journals in the sport area.
- Recipient of Australian Sports Medal for Service to sport.
- Competition Coordinator (Melbourne football) for the Sydney Olympic Broadcasting Organisation (SOBO) during the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
- National Executive Director - Australian Women's Soccer Association (1992-1995).
- Executive Director ACT Soccer Federation (1984 - 1985)
- Executive Director ACT Touch Association (1986 - 1988)
- Director of Marketing on the Board of the Australian Women’s Soccer Association and Vice President of the Victorian Women’s Soccer Association (1996 - 2000).
- Board member (2001) and Treasurer of the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (2003 - 2006).
- Ongoing membership of a range of University Committees, Boards and working parties:
- School of Management and Marketing Committee;
- Sport Management Academic Advisory Board;
- Faculty of Business and Law Admission Selection and Credit for Prior Learning Committee [Acting Chair 2013; T1 2014];
- Deakin Sport Committee.
- Bachelor of Applied Science in Sports Studies, Canberra College of Adv. Edu., 1986
- Graduate Diploma of Education, WA College of Adv. Edu., 1989
- Master of Business Administration, Edith Cowan University, 1995
- Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2005
Sport and Media
Sport and social issues
Subjects and units currently teaching
Sport Facility and Event Management
Sport in Society
Research Design Strategies for Business
Sport media, Sport facility and Event, Sport Sociology
Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised 2011
Doctor of Philosophy, Thesis entitled: Structure and Functioning of Complex Sport Organisations. School of Management and Marketing
Westerbeek, H., Smith, A., Turner, P., Emery, P., Green, C., & Van Leeuwen, L. (2005). Managing sport facilities and major events. Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin.
Rentschler, R., Turner, P., & Kellett, P. (2010). Introduction : In The global game: a history of football in Australia. In The global game : a history of football in Australia (1st ed., pp. 1-5). Teesdale, Vic.: National Sports Museum and Sports and Editorial Services Australia.
Turner, P., Kellett, P., McDonald, H., & Stavos, C. (2010). Stadia and facilities. In S. Hamil, & S. Chadwick (Eds.), Managing football : an international perspective (pp. 217-235). Oxford, England: Butterworth Heinemann.
Turner, P. (2008). Developments in web technology : enhancing the viewing spectacle of sport. In S. Chadwick, & D. Arthur (Eds.), International cases in the business of sport (pp. 178-191). Oxford, England: Butterworth-Heinemann.
Turner, P. (2007). Direct, database and online marketing in sport. In J. Beech, & S. Chadwick (Eds.), Marketing of sport (pp. 239-265). Harlow, England: Pearson.
Turner, P. (2007). Marketing in for-profit and not-for-profit sport organisations. In J. Beech, & S. Chadwick (Eds.), Marketing of sport (pp. 23-44). Harlow, England: Pearson.
Sport in Society
Grants and Consultancies
External Research Income - Industry and Other Funding - Australian
Kellett, P, Turner, P and Nguyen, S. SMARTPLAY Research and Evaluation Project
• 2009/2010: $71,000
Phillips, P., & Turner, P. (2014). Water management in sport. Sport management review, 17(3), 376-389. doi:10.1016/j.smr.2013.08.002
Turner, P. (2012). Regulation of professional sport in a changing broadcasting environment : Australian club and sport broadcaster perspectives. Sport management review, 15(1), 43-59. doi:10.1016/j.smr.2011.08.002
Berardone, D., Nguyen, S., & Turner, P. (2011). A content analysis of sponsor representation across professional sport websites : extension of attribute typology. International journal of sport management and marketing, 10(3/4), 286-305.
Kellett, P., & Turner, P. (2011). CSR and water management in the sport sector : a research agenda. International journal of sport management and marketing, 10(1/2), 142-160. doi:10.1504/IJSMM.2011.043616
Fujimoto, Y., Hagel, P., Turner, P., Kattiyapornpong, U., & Zutshi, A. (2011). Helping university students to 'read' scholarly journal articles : the benefits of a structured and collaborative approach. Journal of university teaching and learning practice, 8(3), 1-14. Retrieved from http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol8/iss3/6/
Kattiyapornpong, U., Turner, P., Zutshi, A., Hagel, P., & Fujimoto, Y. (2011). Learning to read journal articles : an exploratory study of an Australian marketing class. TMC academic journal, 5(2), 83-96.
Turner, P., Fuller, P., & Karg, A. (2010). 'Matching' the club to the sponsor : perceptions of Australian Football League club sponsorship managers. Journal of sponsorship, 3(4), 321-332. Retrieved from http://henrystewart.metapress.com/link.asp?id=h04216286v46l932
Solberg, H., & Turner, P. (2010). Exporting sports rights to overseas markets : the case of European football. Sport in society, 13(2), 354-366. doi:10.1080/17430430903523119
Turner, P., & Shilbury, D. (2010). The impact of emerging technology in sport broadcasting on the preconditions for interorganizational relationship (IOR) formation in professional football. Journal of sport management, 24(1), 10-44.
Turner, P., & Shilbury, D. (2008). Broadcasting technology and its influence on sport broadcaster inter-organisational relationship formation. International journal of sports management and marketing (IJSMM), 3(3), 167-183. doi:10.1504/IJSMM.2008.017187
Turner, P. (2007). The impact of technology on the supply of sport broadcasting. European sport management quarterly, 7(4), 337-360. doi:10.1080/16184740701717055
Turner, P., & Shilbury, D. (2005). Determining the professional sport broadcasting landscape : an Australian football club perspective. Sport management review, 8(2), 167-193. doi:10.1016/S1441-3523(05)70038-3
Turner, P., & Westerbeek, H. (2004). Network relationships in the bidding process for major sporting events. International journal of sports management, 5(4), 335-356.
Westerbeek, H., Turner, P., & Ingerson, L. (2002). Key success factors in bidding for hallmark sporting events. International marketing review, 19(2/3), 303-322. doi:10.1108/02651330210430712
Turner, P. & Cusumano, S. (2000). Virtual Advertising: Legal Implications for Sport. Sport Management Review, 3(1), 47-70.
Turner, P. (2000). Innovations in the Delivery of Television Broadcasting within Australia: The Role Sport Programming Plays in the Diffusion Process. International Journal of Sport Management, 1(3), 181-199.
Turner, P. (1999). Television and Internet Convergence: Implications for Sport Broadcasting, Sport Marketing Quarterly, 8(2), 43-49.
Turner, P. & Shilbury, D. (1997). Sport on Television. A Study of the AFL Television Rights. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 6(3), 55-62.