Case studies in sport communication
Brown and O'Rourke have compiled a collection of ten qualitative studies analyzing the narratives that surround the physical and ritualistic activities of sport. Among the topics examined to explore the storied relationship of sport and communication are baseball, the WNBA, and soccer "hooliganism."
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A Narrative Analysis of Television Coverage
Announcer Bias in the 1999 U S Open
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1996 NBA Draft ability ableist Allen Iverson American analysis apologia argued Art Modell audience baseball basketball players bill Casey Martin championship Cleveland Browns commentators competition controversy critical disability discourse draft coverage Duncan Enquirer.com ESPN.com example extreme fighting fans February 13 female athletes fighter football franchise function golf Gray Hansard Hansard Parliamentary Debates hooliganism interview issues Jim Gray Journal of Speech league losers male athletes men's myths narrative frames NBA draft NCAA noted October 27 Olympics participation Pete Rose physical pick play professional basketball professional sports Quarterly Retrieved February 13 rhetorical situation ritual river culture role Rose's season semantic fields significant skills social society sport communication sporting events sports commentary Stephon Marbury stories symbolic televised sports tion Tour Tour's tournament U.S. Open U.S. Open tennis University Vescey viewers violence whitewater rafting winners WNBA women women's tennis York