4 edition of Sport and identity in France found in the catalog.
Sport and identity in France
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Cultural identity studies|
|LC Classifications||GV706.5 .D547 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011034841|
Communication and Sport: Surveying the Field, Third Edition examines a wide array of topics necessary to understand sports media, rhetoric, culture, and organizations from micro- to macro-level issues. All levels of sports are addressed through varied lenses such as mythology, community, and identity. This chapter begins with an introduction to the important terms and concepts specific to understanding the body of work in gender and identity in sport. A brief review of women's history in sport and physical activity is provided, including discussion of Title IX, women and girls’ physical activity/sport participation patterns, barriers to gender equity in sport, and why an understanding of.
This book: investigates the numerous ways print, electronic, and digital media present issues of identity in sports coverage - each chapter addresses media portrayals and/or cultural representations of one or more form of identity - ethnicity, gender, class, sexual orientation, ability/disability, etc - as it relates to sport. Other articles where The Identity of France is discussed: Fernand Braudel: L’Identité de la France (; The Identity of France), he applied the geohistorical method to his homeland, presenting a history that favoured the physical mutations of its diverse regions over the .
An athletic identity can quickly turn into a foreclosed identity, meaning the athlete only sees his or her self-worth in the role of "athlete." This limited identity can lead to big problems down the road when the athlete is faced with the inevitable transition of sport retirement - an experience most athletes will unexpectedly go through at the end of high school. “The I in Team takes up a timely and important—and interesting—topic. It aims to understand sports fandom in relation to social identity, most saliently race, gender, and economic condition. In so doing, it illuminates controversial contemporary phenomena like our debates around racialized sport iconography—team names like 'Redskins'—and a majority white society’s peculiar and.
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This volume is one of the outcomes of a thematic project on sport and identity in France and Europe for which he acted as coordinator and which was funded by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences ().
Product details. Series: Cultural Identity Studies (Book Cited by: 3. Sport and Identity in France Practices, Locations, Representations Series: Cultural Identity Sport and identity in France book Philip Dine.
How does sport shape society. This book seeks to answer this question by examining the meaning of sport in French society and the construction of local, national and, increasingly, global identities through sport. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Practices --ch. 1 From Gladiateur to Ourasi: France's equine sporting champions --ch. 2 Olympic Games: The French invention --and manipulation --of an international sporting showcase --ch.
3 From the Great Loop to the Hell of the North: Cycle road racing. This chapter explores the role of sport in the construction of national identity.
It focuses initially on sport as a cultural practice possessing the demonstrable capacity to generate events and experiences through which imagined communities are made real. The governments of nation-states or other political agencies might intervene directly in this process, using sport as a form of propaganda Author: Dilwyn Porter.
Book Description. Given sport’s centrality in English society, what role does it play in symbolising contemporary English national identity.
This comprehensive study explores the complex set of relationships between sport and what it means to be English in the twenty-first century.
Sport, popular culture and identity: an introduction / Maurice Roche --Individual stars and collective identities in media sport / Garry Whannel --European sports journalism and its readers during Euro ' 'living without the Sun' / Neil Blain and Hugh O'Donnell --Media sport and local identity: British Rugby League and Sky TV / John Arundel.
Sports are an important component of national identity, with success by a national sporting team often seen as an indicator of the value of the nation.
Sport is also important in nation-building as it helps create a national identity that distinguishes between “us” and “them,” but in a healthy, competitive setting (unlike war). In the twenty-first century the relationship between a. What is the relationship between sport and national identity.
What can sport tell us about changing perceptions of national identity. Bringing together the work of established historians and younger commentators, this illuminating text surveys the last half-century, giving due attention to the place of sport in our social and political history.
What is the relationship between sport and national identity. What can sport tell us about changing perceptions of national identity. Bringing together the work of established historians and younger commentators, this illuminating text surveys the last half-century, giving due attention to the place of sport in our social and political history.
Most countries have increased emphasis on sport’s capacity in promoting a sense of national identity and projecting that identity abroad. British athlete Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in the London Olympics. But the victory sparked a major controversy about Wiggins and other British athletes who were not British-born.
2) Please briefly explain the four parts of the book addressing: sport and race, sport and gender, sport and image management, and sport mediation and simulation.
These divisions seemed to sort out the chapters by subject matter most easily. Sport and race is straightforward—the extent to which sports intersects with racial identity and images. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7: – [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar], ‘More then a Sporting Touchdown’ and the subsequent debate within the Sociology of Sport Journal).
3 For further discussion of the socially constructed nature of identity see Hall Hall, S. “ The Question of Cultural Identity ”.
This book offers a wide-ranging and up-to-date exploration of the sport-identity nexus, drawing examples from a variety of sporting contexts and geographical locations, and incorporating a diversity of perspectives including players, spectators, officials, the media and policy-makers.
Heroines of Sport looks closely at different groups of women whose stories have been excluded from previous accounts of women's sports and female heroism. It focuses on five specific groups of women from different places in the world South African women; Muslim women from the Middle East; Aboriginal women from Australia and Canada; and lesbian and disabled women from different countries worldwide.
France's crisis of national identity The country's failure to come to terms with its ethnic mix has been exposed by events on the football field, says.
Including the work of top sports communication researchers, Examining Identity in Sports Media explores identity issues, including gender, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and (dis)ability, as well as the intersections within these various identity issues. This co-edited, twelve-chapter book investigates how various identity groups are framed, treated, affected, and shaped by a.
Sports and Identity. Sports are presented as a key cultural arena in which a multiplicity of identities (such as ethnicity, nationalism, gender, or class) are created, performed, and essentialized.
Sports provide people with bodily means to differentiate themselves from others latitudinally or hierarchically (see Jeremy MacClancy’s edited.
Sport and identity in France: practices, locations, representations. How does sport shape society. This book seeks to answer this question by examining the meaning of sport in French society and the construction of local, national and, increasingly, global identities through sport.
It begins by reassessing modern sport's emergence and. Conversely, if sports fans have developed a particularly ingrained social identity with a given team, and this team experiences a lack of success, this increases the likelihood of those fans attributing failures to external (e.g., biased officiating), rather than internal (e.g., a lack of talent) factors, in the interest of maintaining a sense.
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