European Cultures in Sport: Examining the Nations and Regions
James Riordan, Arnd Kruger, Arnd Krüger
Intellect Books, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 159 pages
Sport occupies a key position in the cultural profile of a nation. This study forms a comparative guide to sport across Europe, in terms of its relative political and social status, its increasing professionalism, and the ways in which it has contributed to national achievement.
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