Sport And Society: History, Power And Culture

Sport And Society: History, Power And Culture

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This text presents a comprehensive account of the contemporary sociology of sport. It examines the changing role of sport in society and analyses topics such as representations of sport in the media and violence in sport.Under the category of a#39;sport and outdoor activitiesa#39;, those aged 8a€“15 were found to commit an average of 29 minutes ... in intermediate or routine/manual occupations and those who had never worked, 13 minutes; and those a#39;not classifiablea#39;anbsp;...

Title:Sport And Society: History, Power And Culture
Author: Scambler, Graham
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2005-05-01

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