We are the Champions: The Politics of Sports and Popular Music
Posing unique challenges to notions of mind, McLeod illuminates the paradoxical and often conflicting relationships associated with sport and popular music and demonstrates that they are not culturally or ideologically distinct but are interconnected modes of contemporary social practice. Dr Ken McLeod, Assistant Professor of Music History and Culture, Department of Humanities, University of Toronto, Canada.
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