Sport and Society: History, Power and Culture

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  • Issues in Society Series Editor: Tim May ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Editor's Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - History and Sport 5
  • 1: The Ancient Games 7
  • 2: The Genesis of Modern Sport 29
  • 3: The Modern Olympiads 48
  • Part Two - Features of Contemporary Sport 73
  • 4: Exercise, Sport and Health 75
  • 5: Sport and Violence: a 'De-Civilizing Spurt'? 93
  • 6: The Colonization and Mediation of Sport 116
  • Part Three - Social Theory and Sport 139
  • 7: Sociological Perspectives on Sport 141
  • 8: Towards a Critical Sociology of Sport 162
  • References 183
  • Index 197
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