Dr Daniel Lock

Head of Research and Professional Practice, and Principal Academic in Sport Management

Areas of expertise

  • 3D printing
  • 3D printing and intellectual property
  • amusements
  • anthropology
  • assistive technology
  • Battle of Jutland
  • biological signs of stress
  • biomedical engineering
  • Bletchley Park
  • blockchain
  • blockchain and intellectual property
  • brain injury
  • Brexit and emotion
  • British Archaeology
  • Cerebral Palsy football
  • climate change
  • clinical engineering
  • coastal erosion
  • comics
  • cortisol
  • cultural analysis
  • Cybersecurity
  • dementia
  • Design for Security
  • Diffusion tensor Imaging
  • disability football
  • disabled technology
  • drug analysis
  • e-readers
  • e-reading
  • emotional politics
  • fairgrounds
  • female comics
  • feminist theory
  • financial scams
  • First World War
  • flooding
  • forensic analysis
  • fruits and vegetables
  • functional electrical stimulation
  • gaming
  • gender
  • gender studies
  • geophysics
  • girls and comics
  • gothic comics
  • governance of bodies
  • Greek Archaeology
  • health and social care services
  • healthy eating
  • hidden voices
  • historical diving
  • influencers
  • Innovation
  • Kindle
  • learning innovation
  • legal high
  • Lesion analysis
  • liberal democracy
  • magazines in the digital age
  • marine archaeology
  • marine biologist
  • marine climate change
  • marine geophysics
  • marine survey
  • maritime archaeology
  • Maritime history
  • mental health
  • morality and video games
  • multibeam echo sounders
  • nautical archaeology
  • naval conflict
  • naval history
  • naval intelligence
  • NPS
  • Odstock Medical Ltd
  • older gay people
  • older people sexuality
  • omega-3 oils and depression
  • online bullying
  • organisational image and legitimacy
  • overfishing
  • Paralympic games
  • parody
  • parody and intellectual property
  • participating in care
  • participatory research
  • postnatal depression
  • postnatal depression in men
  • pressure sore prevention
  • protein intake in older adults
  • reading on kindle
  • rehabilitation after stroke
  • resorts
  • rural communities sexuality
  • Russian Archaeology
  • scamming
  • Scapa Flow
  • scuba diving
  • seaside
  • Second world war
  • shipwrecks
  • social identity
  • social media addiction
  • social media influencers
  • social work
  • sociology
  • solar panels
  • sport consumption
  • sport fandom
  • sports mega-events
  • stress diagnosis
  • stress hormone
  • student mental health
  • student wellbeing
  • sugar reduction
  • sweet taste
  • tank corrosion
  • tank protection
  • technology and dementia
  • technology in learning
  • technology in teaching
  • trolling
  • U-boat wars WW1 & WW2
  • urban spaces
  • User Experience and Security
  • Vlochos
  • World War 1
  • World War 2

Daniel’s primary research interests focus on social perception and identity dynamics as they apply to sport consumption and participation. Specifically, his research addresses: (1) The influence of group membership on consumer and participant behaviour. In particularly, he investigates how organisations can cultivate identities to enhance consumer and participant retention and experiences. (2) Social perceptions of organisational legitimacy with a specific emphasis on scrutiny of practices that inhibit or deter consumers and participants from consuming or participating in sport.

MEDIA EXPERIENCE/CONVERSATION

  1. McDonald, H., & Lock, D. (2017). Declining sport viewership shows why we should keep it on free TV. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/declining-sport-viewership-shows-why-we-should-keep-it-on-free-tv-72357. This article has been read more than 160,000 times and, at the time of writing is the most viewed article written by a Bournemouth University on the Conversation.
  2. Lock, D. (2017). Business of sport. Radio interview with Share Radio, London, UK. https://audioboom.com/posts/5720129-business-of-sport-parisian-clubs-racing-92-and-stade-francais-announce-merger
  3. Kavanagh, E., Adams, A., & Lock, D. (2016). Football’s fight against homophobia might have reached a tipping point. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/footballs-fight-against-homophobia-might-have-reached-a-tipping-point-67802. [Republished by the Independent: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/football-s-fight-against-homophobia-might-have-reached-a-tipping-point-a7390451.html]
  4. Lock, D. (2015). The cultish appeal of sports. Radio interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Gold Coast, Queensland.

​5.      Lock, D. (2008). New football in Australia. Radio interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, National network.

TWITTER: @daniel__lock