1 edition of Explorations in football culture found in the catalog.
Explorations in football culture
Workshop held at Sheffield City Polytechnic on June 4, 1982.
|Statement||edited by Alan Tomlinson.|
|Series||Conference Papers -- no.21|
|Contributions||Tomlinson, Alan, 1950-, Chelsea School of Human Movement., Joint Study Group on Leisure and Recreation.|
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For sociologists of sport the book is essential, particularly in view of the growing importance of ethnographic research within this sub-field of sociology. [ ] Football Hooligans is an important book. It provides a very readable account of the football hooligan subculture that will have an appeal beyond academia.” ―Culture, Sport, SocietyCited by: For sociologists of sport the book is essential, particularly in view of the growing importance of ethnographic research within this sub-field of sociology.
[ ] Football Hooligans is an important book. It provides a very readable account of the football hooligan subculture that will Explorations in football culture book an appeal beyond academia.' --Culture, Sport, Society/5(2). This book examines how groups of young male fans come to be defined and identified as football `hooligans and challenges the assumption that violence is wholly central to the match-day experience for these supporters.
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