Power and Ideology in American Sport: A Critical Perspective
George Harvey Sage
Human Kinetics, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 335 pages
This popular, widely acclaimed analysis of sport in America is now completely updated, with expanded treatment of contemporary issues.
Power and Ideology in American Sport, Second Editionaddresses a wide range of topics, including
-how the sporting experience is shaped by powerful individuals as well as ordinary people; and as such
-how sport both unifies and segregates individuals, social classes, racial and ethnic groups, and competing political loyalties.
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