This collection of studies considers the various business and political practices of professional wrestling, from independent promotions to the WWE.
- Karen Corteen and Ajay Corteen. (2012). “Dying to entertain? The victimization of professional wrestlers in the USA.” International Perspectives in Victimology, 7(1), p. 47-53.
- Dawn R. Deeter-Schmelz and Jane Z. Sojka. (2004). “Wrestling with American values: An exploratory investigation of World Wrestling Entertainment as a product-based subculture.” Journal of Consumer Behaviour 4, p. 132-43.
- Ashley Souther. (2007). “Professional wrestling as conflict transformation.” Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 19(2), p. 269-275.