Rethinking Aggression and Violence in Sport

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Subject index

a
adult models of sport 81
aggression/violence in sport:
causes and processes of, 12 - 15 ;
definitions of 7 - 12 , 66 - 68 ;
excessive appetite for 59 - 63 ;
integrated approach to 148 - 149 ;
and the law 134 - 138 ;
in the media 122 - 131 ;
misconceptions of 139 - 143 ;
observing 114 - 131 ;
reducing 143 - 145 ;
reversal theory view of 38 - 45 , 57 - 63 , 74 - 78 , 109 - 111 , 118 - 122 , 148 - 149 ;
sanctioned 46 - 53 ;
theories of 12 - 15 ;
unsanctioned 66 - 78 , 81 - 83 ;
and women 56 - 57
Ali, Muhammad 47
alloic state, see metamotivational state;
metamotivational state combinations
American Broadcasting Company 115
American football Coaches' Association code 83
American football 8 , 12 , 42 , 50 , 52 , 55 , 62 , 71 , 74 , 82 , 95 - 96 , 121 , 145 ;
Pro Bowl 75 ;
Super Bowl 12
anger 28 , 32 , 33 , 41 , 95 , 100 ;
violence 38 , 39 - 40 , 74 , 75 , 95
anti-apartheid movement 98
anxiety 32 , 33
athletic psychopaths 66 , 74 , 76
Australian rules football 8 , 49 , 70

b
baseball 69 , 82 , 141
basketball 3 , 82 , 88 , 97 - 98 , 99 , 121 , 146
Battiston, Patrick 70 , 75
Beckham, David 49 , 108
behavioural effects approach 123 - 124
belonging to a team 54
Bennett, Wayne 52
Bledisloe Cup 8
boredom 32 , 33 , 40 , 41
boxing 41 - 42 , 47 , 126
Bradman, Don 42 ,
Brashear, Donald 10 , 135 , 136
Brereton, Dermot 49 , 70 , 127

c
Campese, David 49
Canadian football 136
Canadian Hockey Association 90
Cantona, Eric 3
Carlesimo, P. J. 3 - 4
Carozza, Paul 9
Centraal Informatiepunt Voetbalvandalisme (The Netherlands) 103
Centre for Sport and Law (Brock University) 136
children's sport 80 - 91
cognitive synergies 120 - 122
combat sports 43 , 46
combinations
conformist state, see metamotivational state;
metamotivational state combinations
contingency 23 - 24
Costin, Michael 4 , 5
Courtnall 7 Geoff 4
Crawford, Marc 48
creativity 86
cricket 23 - 24 , 42
cultural and critical studies approach 124 - 127

d
Daley, Laurie 49
delinquency 83
Dobler, Conrad 69
Domi, Tie 2, 5 , 41 , 42 , 75
drugs 62
Duscher, Aldo 108
Dutch Football Association 104 ,

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