The sociology of sport and social identity If, as Maguire et al. (2002, p. 143) suggest, sport represents 'a potential environment for the construction and display of identity', how, we might ask, do identities take shape within this ...
Author: John Harris
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
Playing and watching sport can teach us a great deal about wider social issues. This book looks at how identities are constructed and reinforced in sport, exploring notions of race, class, sexuality and nationalism. With contributions from international experts, this book is key reading for students of sociology and sports studies.
Finally , how some fans are using online forums to enrich and transform their intergroup sports - related communication activities is considered . Social Identity and Sports Social identity theory posits one's identity and sense of self ...
Author: Howard Giles
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Dynamics of Intergroup Communication provides a timely and comprehensive review of work at the intersection of intergroup relations and communication. Chapters written by experts in the field overview current research and present directions for the future. The book is divided into sections addressing specific groups, intergroup communication processes, and core contexts in which intergroup communication occurs. Written in an engaging and accessible manner, and featuring short yet detailed chapters, the book should appeal to scholars looking for a broad overview of this growing area, as well as being appropriate for use as a text in undergraduate and graduate classes.
Social-class differences are also central to Bourdieu's discussion of sport, as he describes modern sport as originally having developed from popular vulgar games by the societal ... The relationship between sport and social identities, ...
Author: Angela Creese
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Routledge Handbook of Language and Superdiversity provides an accessible and authoritative overview of this growing area, the linguistic analysis of interaction in superdiverse cities. Developed as a descriptive term to account for the increasingly stratified processes and effects of migration in Western Europe, ‘superdiversity’ has the potential to contribute to an enhanced understanding of mobility, complexity, and change, with theoretical, practical, global, and methodological reach. With seven sections edited by leading names, the handbook includes 35 state-of-the art chapters from international authorities. The handbook adopts a truly interdisciplinary approach, covering: Cultural heritage Sport Law Education Business and entrepreneurship. The result is a truly comprehensive account of how people live, work and communicate in superdiverse spaces. This volume is key reading for all those engaged in the study and research of Language and Superdiversity within Applied Linguistics, Linguistic Anthropology and related areas.
Jim Lusted is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Studies at University of northampton, UK. he has been researching issues ... of equality policies in sport, and is currently completing a monograph entitled Sport and Social Equality which offers ...
Author: Tom Gibbons
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Sports & Recreation
Given sport’s centrality in English society, what role does it play in symbolising contemporary English national identity? This comprehensive study explores the complex set of relationships between sport and what it means to be English in the twenty-first century. The bond between sport and nationalism has long been recognised, but with increasingly vociferous separatist nationalisms threatening the dismantling of the United Kingdom, a closer analysis is timely. Part one addresses key debates regarding English national identity within the specific sporting contexts of association football, cricket, tennis, cycling and rugby. Part two discusses the complex relationship between religion, sport and English national identity as well as the attitudes and experiences of traditionally marginalized groups, including women, minority ethnic groups and disabled people. Part three considers the perspectives of the other UK nations on the link between sport and English national identity. Sport and English National Identity in a 'Disunited Kingdom' is fascinating reading for all those with an interest in the sociology, politics and history of sport, and the study of nations, nationalism and national identity.
Author: Cara Carmichael AitchisonPublish On: 2007-01-24
Challenging hegemonic femininity in women's sport,' Quest, 53, 1: 115–33. Krane, V., Barber, H. and McClung, L. (2002) 'Social psychological benefits of Gay Games participation: a social identity theory explanation', Journal of Applied ...
Author: Cara Carmichael Aitchison
Category: Social Science
This important new book brings together gender studies and sexuality studies to provide original and critical insights into processes of identity formation in a wide range of sport-related contexts. The authors draw on contemporary debates concerning gender and identity from a range of disciplines including sociology, social and cultural geography, media studies and management studies, to address key issues in masculinity, femininity and sexuality: Part 1: Representing masculinities in sport analyses media representations of men’s sports, exploring the variety and complexity of concepts of masculinity. Part 2: Transgressing femininities in sport makes use of case studies to examine the experiences of women in male-dominated sporting arenas. Part 3: Performing sexualities in sport analyses the role of queer theory in sport studies, explores experiences of and responses to homophobia in sport, and examines the significance of the Gay Games. This book will be of particular interest to students and academics working in sport studies, leisure studies, gender studies, queer and sexuality studies, social and cultural geography, and sociology.
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Author: Adam C. Earnheardt
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Identity and socialization among sports fans are burgeoning areas of study among a growing cadre of scholars in the social sciences and beyond. Sports Fans, Identity, and Socialization, edited by Adam C. Earnheardt, Paul Haridakis, and Barbara Hugenberg, is an eclectic collection of new studies from accomplished and emerging scholars in the fields of communication, business, geography, kinesiology, psychology, and more, who employ a wide range of methodologies including quantitative, qualitative, and critical analyses.
This research contributes to Giulianotti's (2002) call for studies about the sport's social meanings and identity issues in football. On the other hand, in terms of digital environment and identity relationships, this research also ...
Author: Warburton, Steven
Publisher: IGI Global
"This book examines the impact of digital identities on our day-to-day activities from a range of contemporary technical and socio-cultural perspectives while allowing the reader to deepen understanding about the diverse range of tools and practices that compose the spectrum of online identity services and uses"--Provided by publisher.
Sociology of Sport Journal, 8, 307–325. ... Hope, Trust, and Dreaming Big: Student Athlete Identity and Athletic Divisional Reclassification. ... Taking a timeout to ensure well-being: Social work involvement in college sports.
Author: Michele D. Ribeiro
A unique blend of theory and practice within the world of group psychotherapy, this text discusses diversity issues in group contexts within the realm of teaching, consulting, and facilitating psychotherapy groups. Chapters present a unique perspective on diversity issues within certain populations, such as prisoners, elite athletes, and high-risk youth, and examine questions around race, language, ability, gender, and the similarities and differences between the leader and their clients. Such examples provide an intricate look into the psychological dynamics that arise within these populations and the skill of group therapists in honoring their clients’ humanity. Readers will appreciate the practical examples of how to navigate difficult dynamics such as microaggressions and the role of compassion as a foundational principle of practice for group therapists.
Sport, theory, and social problems: A critical introduction (2nd ed.) ... Retrieved from https://www.vox.com/identities/22334014/transathletes-bills-explained Cannon, Y. , Speedlin, S. , Avera, J. , Robertson, D. , Ingram, M. , & Prado, ...
Author: Jimmy Sanderson
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Social Science
This volume brings together a collection of essays from leading global scholars working in diverse areas as sport sociology, sport management, sport media, and sport communication to illustrate how sociological approaches are imperative to enhancing our understanding of sport and social media and digital technology.
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Author: S Alexander Haslam
′The Roger Federer, the Steffi Graf, the Usain Bolt of all books about the psychology of sport, packed with insight and wisdom’ - Brian Viner, Sports writer and author of Pelé, Ali, Lillee, and Me This is the first textbook to explore and explain the contribution of social groups and social identity to all aspects of sports and exercise — from leadership, motivation and communication to mental health, teamwork, and fan behaviour. In the context of increasing recognition of the importance of group processes for athletic performance, engagement in exercise and the business of sport, this book offers a new way of understanding, researching and practicing sport and exercise psychology Written by an international team of researchers at the cutting edge of efforts to apply social identity principles to the world of sport and exercise, this will be an essential resource for students, teachers and practitioners who are keen to be at the forefront of thinking and practice.