Sports: A Reference Guide and Critical Commentary, 1980-1999

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Index
Aaseng, Nathan, 90, 195, 207
Academic fraud, 58, 63, 64, 69, 70, 284
Acculturation, 11, 281, 315
The Achievement of American Sports Literature: A Critical Appraisal (Umphlett), 141, 161
Adelman, Melvin, 6,19, 20, 22, 75, 90
Adult novels, 140
Advances in Sport Psychology (Horn), 234, 241
Adversity, 121,180, 278
Advertising, 34, 38, 39, 223
Aerodynamics, 93, 206, 212, 247, 253
Aesthetics, 142, 148, 172,173
Africa, 273, 311, 312, 319, 323
African Americans: in American history, 9, 14; educational issues and, 65, 71; ethnicity and race, 98,99,102,103, 113; philosophy and religion, 169, 183; sociological aspects of, 277, 286
Agents: in American history, 3; business and legal aspects of, 46,47, 50, 55; educational issues, 67, 68, 85, 93; ethnicity and race, 104; in popular culture, 200, 201
Agon, 184
Agrarian ideals, 182, 285
Alumni, 15, 16, 58–60, 71, 154, 215, 278
Amateur ideals, 146
Amateurism, 17, 67, 195, 276, 301
American dream, 11, 35, 54, 105, 106, 111,202,211,282,294
American Indian Sports Heritage: Cultural Significance of AmericanIndian Sports History (Oxendine), 108,112
The American Sporting Experience: A Historical Anthology of Sport in America (Riess), 3, 6, 8,13,17, 24
American Sports: From the Age of Folk Games to the Age of Spectators (Rader), 2, 3, 6, 24, 74, 87, 93
American Sports: From the Age of Folk Games to the Age of Televised Sports (Rader), 3, 5, 7, 14, 17, 24
American Sports Poems (Knudson and Swenson), 87, 92
America's Obsession: Sports and Society since 1945 (Davies), 281, 292
Ancient World, 298, 304, 308, 322
Andrews, James R., 261, 267
Angell, Roger, 144–146, 155
Anthology: in American history, 3, 6, 8, 13,17, 24; ethnicity and race, 104, 112; gender issues, 117,128, 131–133; in literature, 141, 147–152,161; in popular culture, 198, 203, 210
Anthropology, 89, 237, 298, 314, 315, 319,322
The Anthropology of Sport: An Introduction (Blanchard), 314, 319

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • 1: Sport and American History 1
  • 2: Sport: Business and Law 27
  • 3: Sport and Education 57
  • 4: Sport: Ethnicity and Race 97
  • 5: Sport and Gender 115
  • 6: Sport and Literature 137
  • 7: Sport: Philosophy and Religion 163
  • 8: Sport and Popular Culture 193
  • 9: Sport and Psychology 213
  • 10: Sport: Science and Technology 245
  • 11: Sport and Sociology 273
  • 12: Sport and World History 297
  • Appendix 1 - Important Events in American Sports: 1980–2000 325
  • Appendix 2 - Halls of Fame, Libraries, Museums, Periodicals, and Web Sites 335
  • Index 343
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