Sex, violence & power in sports: rethinking masculinity

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Crossing Press, 1994 - Social Science - 220 pages
A collection of essays and articles which examine the relationship between sports and violence

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Contents

FOREWORD Donna Lopiano
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OUR STORIES
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A Short Story Mike Messner
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Copyright

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