The Uses of Sport: A Critical Study

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a
Aberdeen 170
Aberdeen Soccer Casuals 174
Abramovich, Roman 46
absolute difference 96
academiscism 98
accounting for sport in the global age 106 -8
accounting for the uses of sport 84 -8
active participation 73
active and passive relations to sport 73
Adams, Henry 38
Adorno, Theodor 123
advancement of knowledge 11
aerobics 127
aestheticisation 99 , 114 -15
aesthetics 94 , 98 , 153
affinity 154
affluence 164
affordability of bicycles 36
agents 156
ahistorical abstraction 147
alienation 118 -19
Allan, Jay 174
Althusser, Louis 117 , 129 , 131
amalgamation of football clubs 12 , 37
amateur sports 20
amateurism 23 , 156
American constitution 52
American Dilemma52
American football 54 -5, 87 , 140
American way 54 -5
Americanisation 15 - 16 , 19 , 31 , 36 -7, 42 , 99 , 107 , 131
America's Cup 77 , 124
among the thugs 168 -73
anarchy 15 - 16
Andrews, David 108 -9
Angel of the North 181
angling 24
Anglo-centrism 137
anti-authority 105
anti-culture 177
anti-humanism 136 -7
anti-institutionalism 105
anti-nature position of sport 27
anti-utilitarianism 20
Armstrong, G. 103 , 168 -71, 173
Arnold, Matthew 9 , 11 - 16 , 18 , 24 , 37
artistry 57
Aryan race 125
ASC see Aberdeen Soccer Casuals
association football 19 , 22 , 39 , 45 , 89 , 92 ;
see also football
associational engagement 62
associations 44 -8
athleticism 14
Atkinson, Paul 175 -6
Australian Football League 127 -8
Australian rugby league 110 , 125
Australian soccer 63 , 67 -8, 96 , 104 , 112
authentic inauthenticity 101
authenticity 100 - 102
autonomy 150 -51

b
Bad Blue Boys 86
Bakhtin, Mikhail 168 -9
Bale, John 182
barbarism 23 , 38 , 123
barracking 32
Barrett, Michele 92 , 120 , 136 -7
baseball 45 , 75 , 107
basketball 62 , 107 , 126
Baudrillard, Jean 95 -8, 109
Bearcat spirit 62
beauty 141

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Sport, Culture and Civilisation 8
  • 2 - Sport, Community and the Common Culture 30
  • 3 - Sport, Public Culture and Community 51
  • 4 - Sport and Popular Culture 72
  • 5 - Sport, Postmodernism and Culture 94
  • 6 - Sport, Power and the Material Relations of Culture 116
  • 7 - Sport, Culture and Embodied Experience 138
  • 8 - Sport, Culturalism and Ethnography 159
  • Conclusion 179
  • Bibliography 188
  • Index 203
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