Sport: The development of sport, Volume 2
Eric Dunning, Dominic Malcolm
Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Sports - 432 pages
A collection of texts providing a useful resource for students in the field of sports studies. Subject headings include approaches to the study of sport, the development and structure of modern sport, sport and power relations, and major issues in contemporary sport.
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