Sport, race, and ethnicity : narratives of difference and diversity
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Morgantown, W. Va. : Fitness Information Technology, [2011].
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Book
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1st ed.
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xi, 254 pages ; 23 cm.
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ASU Main (3rd floor)
GV706.32 .S735 2011
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Adair, D. (2011). Sport, race, and ethnicity: narratives of difference and diversity. Morgantown, W. Va.: Fitness Information Technology.

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Adair, Daryl. 2011. Sport, Race, and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity. Morgantown, W. Va.: Fitness Information Technology.

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Adair, Daryl, Sport, Race, and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity. Morgantown, W. Va.: Fitness Information Technology, 2011.

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Adair, Daryl. Sport, Race, and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity. Morgantown, W. Va.: Fitness Information Technology, 2011. Print.

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Sport, Race, and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity is a provocative collection that brings together leading international historians, sociologists, political scientists, and cultural theorists who examine sport as an arena for intergroup diversity and the negotiation of difference. Thematically, the book is both wide-ranging and inclusive, for it considers race and ethnicity in tandem; too often these subject areas are segmented into separate studies. The collection features vibrant examples from different eras, places, and spaces, wherein co-themes like post-colonialism, gender, and media representation are embedded.

Sport, Race, and Ethnicity is a vital companion for evoking a narrative; it carries within its pages masterfully crafted accounts of history and culture, of questions and conversations, and of emotions that transcend paper and ink. Any reader with a zeal for sport and its boundaries within race and ethnicity will grow significantly by engaging with the authors.

Daryl Adair is an associate professor at the School of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Adair has research interests in sport history, sport management, and sport media. His recent work deals with sport and physical activity among Aboriginal Australians, with a particular focus on stereotypes about Aboriginal people as "natural" athletes. --Book Jacket.

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English
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9781935412175, 1935412175, 9781935412090, 1935412094

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description
Sport, Race, and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity is a provocative collection that brings together leading international historians, sociologists, political scientists, and cultural theorists who examine sport as an arena for intergroup diversity and the negotiation of difference. Thematically, the book is both wide-ranging and inclusive, for it considers race and ethnicity in tandem; too often these subject areas are segmented into separate studies. The collection features vibrant examples from different eras, places, and spaces, wherein co-themes like post-colonialism, gender, and media representation are embedded.
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Sport, Race, and Ethnicity is a vital companion for evoking a narrative; it carries within its pages masterfully crafted accounts of history and culture, of questions and conversations, and of emotions that transcend paper and ink. Any reader with a zeal for sport and its boundaries within race and ethnicity will grow significantly by engaging with the authors.
Description
Daryl Adair is an associate professor at the School of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Adair has research interests in sport history, sport management, and sport media. His recent work deals with sport and physical activity among Aboriginal Australians, with a particular focus on stereotypes about Aboriginal people as "natural" athletes. --Book Jacket.
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