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Sport and Memory in North America (Sport in the Global Society) epub

by Steven Wieting


Sport and Memory in North America (Sport in the Global Society) epub

ISBN: 0714652199

ISBN13: 978-0714652191

Author: Steven Wieting

Category: Photo

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge (September 29, 2001)

Pages: 280 pages

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Start by marking Sport and Memory in North America as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball and football, figure skating and gymnastics, Canadian hockey and track and fie Cultures and nations remember themselves with select bodily images, evocative rituals and texts. This volume illustrates how sport is used in the creation, maintenance and now global dissemination of a nation's cherished values.

Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball and football, figure skating . Prologue, Stephen G. Wieting and Judy Polumbaum.

Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball and football, figure skating and gymnastics, Canadian hockey and track and field, for example - show the potency of sport's "cultural work". Part 1 The social image in memory and representation: cultural identity, law and baseball, Sarah K. Fields; pride and prejudice - reflecting on sport heroes, national identity and crisis in Canada, Steven J. Jackson and Pam Ponic; remembering the black and gold - African Americans, sport memory and the University of Iowa, David R. McMahon.

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Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball . Drugs and Numbers in. 121. Curling in Canada Stephen G Wieting. 140. Americas National Pastime. Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball and football, figure skating and gymnastics, Canadian hockey and track and field, for example - show the potency of sport's "cultural work".

Stephen G. Wieting (e., Sport and Memory in North America (London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2001) being the exception. Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian Public School. Sport in the Global Society. Olympic Dreams: The Impact of Mega-events on Local Politics. The Politics of South African Cricket.

Global sport events fashion among transnational cultures' symbolic icons . Recently, hosting global sport events has become a symbolic not only of a strong national identity but also a symbol of the capability in acting globally (Senn 1999; Black 2007; Cornelissen 2010; Jinxia 2010; Schaffer and Smith 2000). Sport in general can be seen as a mechanism to strengthen the national identity of any country and its vision of itself (Tomlinson 1986; Bairner 2001). The modern idea of the nation-state which contains society must be regarded as the basic structure of the contemporary world (Beck 2000; Kiss 2010).

Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0415494923. Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits.

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Today, the Sports Council continues to play a vital role in development of. .Tennis is an Olympic sport. The game is played all the levels of society. Ice-hockey is mostly popular in the areas of North America, particularly in northern parts of America and Canada.

Today, the Sports Council continues to play a vital role in development of sports in America. Also Read: Top 10 most popular sports in the world. Top 10 most popular sports in Australia. Tennis is popular in all ages. Although the modern game of tennis originated in England, the popularity spread worldwide in a very short period of time. The National Hockey League (NHL) is the highest level in men’s hockey and is the most popular game in North America.

Sport in the Global Society will continue to record sport’s phenomenal progress across the world stage. Mangan and Mark Dyreson.

Cultures and nations remember themselves with select bodily images, evocative rituals and texts. This volume illustrates how sport is used in the creation, maintenance and now global dissemination of a nation's cherished values. Carefully drawn cases of sport in North America - American baseball and football, figure skating and gymnastics, Canadian hockey and track and field, for example - show the potency of sport's "cultural work". The book captures uplifting images which are stressed in the public performance and national and international broadcasting of sport, but also notes the omissions and distortions of social reality that persist in sport performance and mass marketing in North America.