This Exciting, Accessible Introduction To The Field Of Sports Studies Is The Most Comprehensive Guide Yet To The Relationships Between Sport, Culture And Society Taking An International Perspective, Sport, Culture And Society Provides Students With The Insight They Need To Think Critically About The Nature Of Sport, And Includes A Clear And Comprehensive Structure Unrivalled Coverage Of The History, Culture, Media, Sociology, Politics And Anthropology Of Sport Coverage Of Core Topics And Emerging Areas Extensive Original Research And New Case Study MaterialThe Book Offers A Full Range Of Features To Help Guide Students And Lecturers, Including Essay Topics, Seminar Questions, Key Definitions, Extracts From Primary Sources, Extensive Case Studies, And Guides To Further Reading Sport, Culture And Society Represents Both An Important Course Resource For Students Of Sport And Also Sets A New Agenda For The Social Scientific Study Of Sport
Grant Jarvie is Professor and Founding Director of the Academy of Sport at the University of Edinburgh, UK.
- 414 pages
- Sport, Culture and Society: An Introduction
- Grant Jarvie
- 06 October 2018 Grant Jarvie