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H-Sport Journal Watch. FIRST Quarter 2011
J O U R N A L W A T C H
H-Sport Journal and periodical review
First Quarter 2011
http://www.h-net.org/sport/jw/JW-Q1-2011.pdf
April 1, 2011
Compiled by Duncan Jamieson ([email protected]) and
Peter Marquis ([email protected])
M ULTI-L ANGUAGE J OURNALS
Compiled by Peter Marquis, University of Rouen ([email protected])
European Studies in Sports History, Vol. 3 (Nov. 2010)
http://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100390730&fa=sommaire
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« Histoire comparée du processus de civilisation au travers des transformations
d'un jeu populaire : la soule. Les cas de la France et de l'Angleterre » by
Jean-François Loudcher
«The 1896 Marathon Race – Challenge of the Distance » by Stravos Tsonias
« Les sociétés sportives : un corps social entre tradition et modernité. L'exemple
jurassien au début du 20e siècle » by Jean-Nicolas Renaud
« Volare necesse est. The Young Italian Fascists and the Conquest of the Sky »,
Alessio Ponzio
« Forbidden words. The Censorship of Sport in the Spanish Press after the Civil
War (1942-43) » by Alex Viuda-Serrano
« Images of Women's Physical Culture in Communist Poland: A Critique of Press
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Reports » by Nameeta Mathur
« Le débat autour des premières compétitions de spéléologie en France
(1980-1992). Des enjeux de professionnalisation au clivage socio-culturel » by
André Suchet and Michel Raspaud
« Les représentations du basket-ball dans la « une » du n/ 100 de Maxi Basket
d'octobre 1991 : étude de communication d'un document-éventaire » by Brice
Monier and Christian Vivier
Sport History Review, Vol. 41, Issue No. 2 (Nov. 2010)
http://journals.humankinetics.com/shr-current-issue
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“The King Has Two Bodies: Howie Morenz and the Fabrication of Memory,” by
Julie Perrone, 95 – 110
“Considering The Sportswoman, 1924 to 1936: A Content Analysis,” by Lynn E.
Couturier, 111 – 131
“La progressive montée en puissance des Etats-Unis illustrée par la genèse du
basket-ball (1891–1914),” by Sabine Chavinier, 132 – 145
“The Unexceptional: New Zealand’s Very Ordinary Early Olympic History,” by
Geoffery Z. Kohe, 146 – 163
E NGLISH L ANGUAGE J OURNALS
Compiled by Duncan Jamieson, Ashland University, ([email protected])
Agricultural History, Vol. 85, Issue 1 (Winter 2011)
http://www.aghistorysociety.org/journal
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“Abner Doubleday, Marc Bloch, and the Cultural Significance of Baseball in
Rural America,” by David Vaught, 1-20
Alabama Heritage, Issue 98 (Fall 2010)
http://alabamaheritage.com/Issues/issue98.htm
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“Capsule in a Cornerstone,” by John Hall, 18-24
Alberta History, Vol. 58, Issue 1 (Winter 2010)
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“Calgary vs. Edmonton,” by Hugh A. Dempsey, 25-27
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American Scholar, Vol. 79, Issue 4 (Autumn 2010)
http://www.theamericanscholar.org/autumn-2010/
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“Waiting for a Goal,” by Eric Calderwood, 6-11
Annals of Iowa, Vol. 69, Issue 4 (Fall 2010)
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“The Life and Legacy of Jack Trice,” by Dorothy Schwieder, 379-417
Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies, Vol. 41, Issue 2 (Aug. 2010)
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“Farmers and Fastballs: The Culture of Baseball in Depression Era Northeast
Arkansas,” by Paul Edwards, 109-122
“Finn McCool's Football Club: The Birth, Death, and Resurrection of a Pub
Soccer Team in the City of the Dead,” by Hillary R. Hunt, 137-139
Australian Historical Studies, Vol. 41, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g926818143
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“A Historian in the Museum: Story Spaces and Australia's Sporting Past,” by
Murray G. Phillips, 396-408
Canada's History, Vol. 90, Issue 3 (2010)
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“Wheelmen Ride Bicycles,” by Christopher Moore, 46-47
Central European History, Vol. 43, Issue 4 (Dec. 2010)
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?decade=2010&jid=CCC&volume
Id=43&issueId=04&iid=7931387
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“Performing the Nation: Sports, Spectacles, and Aesthetics in Germany, 19261936,” by Nadine Rossol, 616-638
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H-Sport Journal Watch. FIRST Quarter 2011
Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History, Vol. 11, Issue 4
(Dec 2010)
http://es.oxfordjournals.org/content/11/4.toc
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Michael Oriard. Bowled Over: Big-Time College Football from the Sixties to the
BCS Era. By David G. Surdam, 844-846
Ethnic & Racial Studies, Vol. 34, Issue 2 (Feb. 2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g931923302
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“‘Play and shut up’: The Silencing of Palestinian Athletes in Israeli Media,” by
Eran Shor and Yuval Yonay, 229-247
Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, Vol. 27, Issue 3 (2010)
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“Fifty Years of Football in New Orleans,” by Eric Seiferth, 6
Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television, Vol. 30, Issue 4 (Dec 2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g929823188
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“The Friendly Games-The 'Official' IOC Film of the 1956 Melbourne Olympics
as Historical Record,” by John Hughson, 529-54
History of Education Quarterly, Vol. 50, Issue 4 (Nov. 2010)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hoeq.2010.50.issue-4/issuetoc
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“The Heritage Fallacy: Race, Loyalty, and the First Grambling-Southern Football
Game,” by Thomas Aiello, 488-512
History Today, Vol. 60, No. 8 (Aug. 2010)
http://www.historytoday.com/archive/history-today/2010/volume-60-issue-8
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“Rome1960: Making Sporting History,” by Richard Bosworth, 18-24
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International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 28, Issue 5 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g934992225
Special Issue: Rule Britannia–Nationalism, Identity and the Modern Olympic Games
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“Prologue: An Indifferent Beginning,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 625 – 647
“Lighting the Olympic Flame,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 648 – 668
“A British Olympics,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 669 – 687
“The Battle of Shepherd's Bush,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 688 – 710
“‘A Tale of National Disaster’,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 711 – 729
“The Empire Savers,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 730 – 750
“‘Olympic Games are an International Farce’,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 751 –
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“‘Olympic Games Doomed’,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 773 – 795
“The Curse of the Shamateur,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 796 – 816
“Epilogue: Britannia Overruled,” by Matthew P. Llewellyn, 817 – 829
International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 28, Issue 3 & 4 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g934630025
Special Issue: Militarism, Sport, Masculinity: Martial Manliness and Armageddon
1914–1918
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“Prologue: Making Men, Destroying Bodies: Sport, Masculinity and the Great
War Experience,” by Thierry Terret, 323 – 328
Part One: Doing Sport, Preparing War and Vice-Versa: Continental Perspectives
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“Preface: Masters of the game,” by Jan Tolleneer, 329 – 330
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“Sport in the Trenches: The New Deal for Masculinity in France,” by Arnaud
Waquet, 331 – 350
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“American Sammys and French Poilus in the Great War: Sport, Masculinities and
Vulnerability,” by Thierry Terret, 351 – 371
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“Wartime Rugby and Football: Sports Elites, French Military Teams and
International Meets During the First World War,” by Arnaud Waquet; Joris
Vincent, 372 – 392
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“Boccioni's Coin,” by Sergio Giuntini; Angela Teja, 393 – 409
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“Modern Pentathlon and the First World War: When Athletes and Soldiers Met to
Practise Martial Manliness,” by Sandra Heck, 410 – 428
Part Two: Victorian and Edwardian 'Anglo-Saxon' Attitudes to War
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“Preface: They Also Served – Re-evaluating and Reconsidering the Neglected,”
by Robert Hands, 429 – 434
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“Tragic Symbiosis: Distinctive ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Visions and Voices,” by J. A.
Mangan, 435 – 457
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“Happy Warriors in Waiting? Wykehamists and the Great War – Stereotypes,
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Complexities and Contradictions,” by J. A. Mangan, 458 – 491
“In Memoriam: The Great War – John Bain, Elegist of Lost Boys and Lost
Boyhood,” by J. A. Mangan, 492 – 530
“Rescued from Obscurity: Forgotten of the Great War – Elementary
Schoolteacher Sportsmen at the Front,” by J. A. Mangan; Colm Hickey, 531 –
567
“Militarism, Drill and Elementary Education: Birmingham Nonconformist
Responses to Conformist Responses to the Teutonic Threat Prior to the Great
War,” by J. A. Mangan; Frank Galligan, 568 – 603
“‘The Greater and Grimmer Game’: Sport as an Arbiter of Military Fitness in the
British Empire – The Case of ‘One-Eyed’ Frank Mcgee,” by Nic Clarke, 604 –
622
“Epilogue: Armageddon 1914–1918: ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Voices Rediscovered and the
Insignificant Reincarnated,” by J. A. Mangan, 623
International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 28, Issue 1 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g931482922
Special Issue: Sport Past and Present in South Africa: (Trans)forming the Nation
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“Prologue: Sport past and present in South Africa: (Trans)forming the nation?” by
Scarlett Cornelissen, 2 – 8
“‘Preventing Huddersfield’: The rise and decline of rugby league in South Africa,
c.1957–1965,” by Hendrik Snyders, 9 – 31
“‘Certain political considerations’: South African competitive surfing during the
international sports boycott,” by Glen Thompson, 32 – 46
“‘Now the African reigns supreme’: The rise of African boxing on the
Witwatersrand, 1924–1959,” by Tyler Fleming, 47 – 62
“‘A man's game’: Cricket, war and masculinity, South Africa, 1899–1902,” by
Dean Allen, 63 – 80
“The 1899 Orange Free State football team tour of Europe: ‘Race’, imperial
loyalty and sporting contest,” by Chris Bolsmann, 81 – 97
“From J.J. ‘Boerjong’ Kotze to Hansie Cronje: Afrikaners and cricket in
twentieth-century South Africa – diffusion and representation,” by Albert
Grundlingh, 98 – 114
“‘Neither cricketers nor ladies’: Towards a history of women and cricket in South
Africa, 1860s–2000s,” by André Odendaal, 115 – 136
“Tackling femininity: The heterosexual paradigm and women's soccer in South
Africa,” by Mari Haugaa Engh, 137 – 152
“‘Resolving “the South Africa problem”’: Transnational activism, ideology and
race in the Olympic movement, 1960–91,” by Scarlett Cornelissen, 153 – 167
“Bread or circuses? The 2010 World Cup and South Africa's quest for marketing
power,” by Janis van der Westhuizen; Kamilla Swart, 168 – 180
“Epilogue: Making new histories of sport in South Africa,” by John Nauright, 181
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International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, Vol. 2, Issue 3 (2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g930200298
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“Surveillance and control in sport: a sociologist looks at the WADA whereabouts
system,” by Ivan Waddington, 255 – 274
“Democratization and governance in international sport: addressing issues with
athlete involvement in organizational policy,” by Lucie Thibault; Lisa Kihl;
Kathy Babiak, 275 – 302
“The effect of management types on the performance of English public sports
centres,” by Shia Ping Kung; Peter Taylor, 303 – 326
“‘Evidence. What evidence?’: evidence-based policy making and School Sport
Partnerships in North West England,” by Andy Smith; Richard Leech, 327 – 345
“‘Grow and Sustain’: the role of community sports provision in promoting a
participation legacy for the 2012 Olympic Games,” by Tony Charlton, 347 – 366
“From ‘sport for good’ to ‘sport for sport’s sake’ – not a good move for sports
development in England?” by Mike Collins, 367 – 379
“Sport policy in Spain,” by Núria Puig; Joaquín Martínez; Borja García, 381 –
390
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, Vol. 2, Issue 2 (2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g924119945
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“Barriers and facilitators when hosting sporting events: exploring the Canadian
and Swiss sport event hosting policies,” by B. Leopkey; O. Mutter; M. M. Parent,
113 – 134
“Transnational network formation through sports related regional development
projects in the Arabian Peninsula,” by Mahfoud Amara; Eleni Theodoraki, 135 –
158
“The ‘governance debate’ and the study of sport policy,” by Jonathan Grix, 159 –
171
“The genesis and effect of French anti-doping policies in cycling,” by Christophe
Brissonneau; Fabien Ohl, 173 – 187
“Female top leaders – prisoners of gender? The gendering of leadership
discourses in Norwegian sports organizations,” by Jorid Hovden, 189 – 203
“Policy, sport and integration: the case of talented ethnic minority players in
Danish football clubs,” by Sine Agergaard; Jan Kahr Sørensen, 205 – 221
“The autonomy of sports: negotiating boundaries between sports governance and
government policy in the Danish welfare state,” by Lone Friis Thing; Laila
Ottesen, 223 – 235
“Zambia: government's role in colonial and modern times,” by Davies Banda, 237
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International Journal of Urban & Regional Research, Vol. 34, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijur.2010.34.issue-3/issuetoc
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“Stadium Architecture and Urban Development from the Perspective of Urban
Economics,” by Gabriel Ahlfeldt and Wolfgang Maening, 629-646
International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 46, Issue 1 (March 2011)
http://irs.sagepub.com/content/46/1.toc
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“Kid Crosby or Golden Boy: Sidney Crosby, Canadian national identity, and the
policing of hockey masculinity,” by Kristi A Allain, 3-22
“From racial exclusions to new inclusions: Black and minority ethnic
participation in football clubs in the East Midlands of England,” by Steven
Bradbury, 23-44
“Staging globalization for national projects: Global sport markets and elite
athletic transnational labour in Qatar,” by Rook Campbell, 45-60
“Foreign players in the English Premier Academy League: ‘Feet-drain’ or
‘feet-exchange’?” by Richard Elliott and Gavin Weedon, 61-75
“Sexual harassment in sport toward females in three European countries,” by Kari
Fasting, Stiliani Chroni, Stein Egil Hervik, and Nada Knorre, 76-89
“Sport and the fight against HIV/AIDS in Zambia: A ‘partnership approach’?” by
Iain Lindsey and Davies Banda, 90-107
“Constructing masculinized sportscapes: Skiing, gender and nature in British
Columbia, Canada,” by Mark CJ Stoddart, 108-124
“Informalization or de-sportization of fighting contests? A rejoinder to Raúl
Sánchez García and Dominic Malcolm,” by Maarten van Bottenburg and Johan
Heilbron, 125-127
International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 45, Issue 4 (Dec. 2010)
http://irs.sagepub.com/content/45/4.toc
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“An exploratory study of black male college athletes’ perceptions on race and
athlete activism,” by Kwame Agyemang, John N Singer, and Joshua DeLorme,
419-435
“Becoming a man while playing a female sport: The construction of masculine
identity in boys doing rhythmic gymnastics,” by Caroline Chimot and Catherine
Louveau, 436-456
“Correlates of pride in the performance success of United States athletes
competing on an international stage,” by Bryan E Denham, 457-473
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“‘Managing change’ in British tennis 1990—2006: Unintended outcomes of LTA
talent development policies,” Robert J Lake, 474-490
“Understanding globalization through football: The new international division of
labour, migratory channels and transnational trade circuits,” by Raffaele Poli,
491-506
“Hockey success and birth date: The relative age effect revisited,” by Joseph E
Nolan and Grace Howell, 507-512
Journal of Historical Sociology, Vol. 23, Issue 4 (Dec. 2010)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/johs.2010.23.issue-4/issuetoc
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“The Civilizing and Sportization of Gaelic Football in Ireland: 1884-2009,” by
John Connolly and Paddy Dolan, 570-598
Journal of Modern Italian Studies, Vol. 15, Issue 3 (June 2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g922594651
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“‘Making Italians’? Cycling and national identity in Italy: 1900-1950,” by
Anthony Cardoza, 354-377
Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 43, Issue 6 (Dec. 2010)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpcu.2010.43.issue-6/issuetoc
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“The American Dream Goes to College: The Cinematic Student Athletes of
College Football,” by Andrew C. Miller, 1222-1241
“1921: The Yankees, the Giants, & the Battle for Baseball Supremacy in New
York by Lyle Spatz and Steve Steinberg,” by Robert W. Smith, 1314-1315
Journal of Sociology, Vol. 46, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://jos.sagepub.com/content/46/3.toc
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“Psychosocial Influences on Children's Identification with Sports Teams,” by
Ramón Spaaij and Alastair Anderson, 299-315
Journal of Southern History, Vol. 77, Issue 1 (Feb. 2011)
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“Game Day and God: Football, Faith, and Politics in the American South,” by
John Sayle Watterson, 227-228
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Journal of Southern History, Vol. 76, Issue 4 (Nov 2010)
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“College Football and American Culture in the Cold War Era,” by Thomas W.
Zeiler, 1068-1069
Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Vol. 35, Issue 1 (Feb. 2011)
http://jss.sagepub.com/content/35/1.toc
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“When Science, Politics, and Policy Collide: On the Regulation of
Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids, Steroid Precursors, and “Dietary Supplements” in
the United States,” by Bryan E. Denham, 3-21
“Rehabilitation of a Knee Injury: Tensions Between Standard Exercises and
Lived Experiences,” by Nina Billenstein Schriver and Gunn Engelsrud, 22-32
“Watching the Football Game: Broadcasting Rights for the European Digital
Television Market,” by Tom Evens and Katrien Lefever, 33-49
“Sport, Transnational Peacemaking, and Global Civil Society: Exploring the
Reflective Discourses of “Sport, Development, and Peace” Project Officials,” by
Richard Giulianotti, 50-71
“Identity Crossbreeding in Soccer Fan Groups: A Social Approach. The Case of
Marseille (France),” by Iouri Bernache-Assollant, Patrick Bouchet, Sarah
Auvergne, and Marie-Françoise Lacassagne, 72-100
“Soccer Nation/Corporation,” by Teresa Barnes, 101-106
Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Vol. 34, Issue 3 (Nov. 2010)
http://jss.sagepub.com/content/34/4.toc
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“Children’s Social and Personal Development Through Sport: A Case Study of an
Australian Swimming Club,” by Richard L. Light, 379-395
“Sport, Race, and Bio-Politics: Encounters With Difference in “Sport for
Development and Peace” Internships,” by Simon C. Darnell, 396-417
“‘Vanilla Thrillas’: Modern Boxing and White-Ethnic Masculinity,” by Will
Cooley, 418-437
“The Adaptation Challenges and Strategies of Adolescent Aboriginal Athletes
Competing Off Reserve,” by Robert J. Schinke, Amy T. Blodgett, Hope E.
Yungblut, Mark A. Eys, Randy C. Battochio, Mary Jo Wabano, Duke Peltier,
Stephen Ritchie, Patricia Pickard,, and Danielle Recollet-Saikonnen, 438-456
“A Comparative Analysis of Women’s Sport Advocacy Groups in Canada and the
United States,” by Gina S. Comeau and Anthony G. Church, 457-474
“The Role of Athletics in the Academy: An Alternative Approach to Financial
Investment,” by Nathan Pine, 475-480
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Journal of Sport History, Vol. 37, Issue 3 (Fall 2010)
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“‘With All Deliberate Speed’: High School Sport, Race, and Brown v. Board of
Education,” by David K. Wiggins, 329-346
“The ‘Most Strenuous of Anglers’ Sports Is Tarpon Fishing’: The Silver King as
Progressive Era Outdoor Sport,” by Kevin Kokomoor, 347-364
“Making Fun of Sport: James Fitzmaurice, Robert Riply, and the Art of Sport
Cartooining in Vancouver, 1907-1918,” by Robin Anderson, 365-396
“Irrational Power: Jack Johnson, Prizefighting Films, and Documentary Affect,”
by Travis Affect, 397-414
“Runners, Rumors, and Reams of Representations: An Inquiry into Drug Use by
Athletes in the 1920s,” by Erkki Vettenniemi, 415-430
“Re-Playing Playing for Keeps: A History of Early Baseball,” by Warren
Goldstein, 431-444
Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, Vol. 37, Issue 2 (Oct. 2010)
http://journals.humankinetics.com/jps-current-issue
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“The Philosophy of Umpiring and the Introduction of Decision-Aid Technology,”
by Harry Collins, 135 – 146
“A Pluralist Conception of Play,” by Randolph Feezell, 147 – 165
“Doping and Cheating,” by Jan Vorstenbosch, 166 – 181
“The Genius in Art and in Sport: A Contribution to the Investigation of Aesthetics
of Sport,” by Teresa Lacerda, Stephen Mumford, 182 – 193
“Philosophy of Sport in the Nordic Countries,” by Gunnar Breivik, 194 – 214
“Philosophy of Sport and Physical Education in Japan: Its History, Characteristics
and Prospects,” by Takayuki Hata, Masami Sekine, 215 – 224
“Philosophy of Sport in Belgium and the Netherlands: History and
Characteristics,” by Ivo van Hilvoorde, Jan Vorstenbosch, Ignaas Devisch, 225 –
236
“An Overview of Sport Philosophy in Chinese-Speaking Regions (Taiwan and
Mainland China),” by Li-Hong (Leo) Hsu, 237 – 252
“Philosophical Kinanthropology (Philosophy of Physical Culture, Philosophy of
Sport) in Slavonic Countries: The Culture, the Writers, and the Current
Directions,” by Ivo Jirasek, Peter Hopsicker, 253 – 270
“Philosophy of Sport in Germany: An Overview of Its History and Academic
Research,” by Claudia Pawlenka, 271 – 291
“Philosophy of Sport in Latin America,” by Cesar R. Torres, Daniel Campos, 292
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Review Essays
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“Ethics, Knowledge and Truth in Sport Research: An Epistemology of Sport
(book review),” by Leon Culbertson, 310 – 314
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“Review of Sport and Spirituality: An Introduction (book review),” by Douglas
R. Hochstetler, 315 – 317
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“Philosophical Perspectives on Gender in Sport and Physical Activity,” by Joan
Grassbough Forry, 318 – 320
Medical History, Vol. 54, No. 4 (Oct. 2010)
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/histmed/publications/med_hist/volume_54
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“Specialization without the Hospital: The Case of British Sports Medicine,” by
Vanessa Heggie, 457-474
Michigan History Magazine, Vol. 94, Issue 6 (Nov./Dec. 2010)
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“GVSU Records Oral Histories of Female Baseball Players,” 8
Minnesota History, Vol. 62, Issue 3 (Fall 2010)
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“Bicycling in Minneapolis in the Early 20th Century,” by Ross D. Petty, 84-95
“Up! Up! Stadium Planning and building a War Memorial,” by Matthew
Lindaman, 107-116
National Identities, Vol. 12, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g926644884
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“Mandela and the Televised Birth of the Rainbow Nation,” by Martha Evans,
309-326
Nine: A Journal of Baseball History & Culture, Vol. 19, Issue 1 (Fall 2010)
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/nine/toc/nin.19.1.html
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“War Games,” by Jeff Obermeyer, 1-27
“Commissioner A. B. ‘Happy’ Chandler and the Integration of Major League
Baseball,” by John Paul Hill, 28-51
“Danny Gardella and Baseball's Reserve Clause,” by Ron Briley, 52-66
“1970s Baseball Diplomacy between Cuba and the United States,” by Justin W.R.
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“Ronald Reagan, Peter Ueberroth, and the 1980s,” by Steve Treder, 85-95
“Recessional,” by Robert A. Moss, 96-103
“The Boys of Brooklyn Never Had a Problem,” by Andrew Paul Mele, 104-107
“For the Good of the Game, 1923,” by Steve Steinberg, 108-118
“Under the March Sun: The Story of Spring Training,” by Douglas K. Lehman,
123-125
“The Wizard of Waxahachie: Paul Richards and the End of Baseball as We Knew
It,” by Daniel R. Levitt, 125-127
“Yogi Berra: Eternal Yankee,” by Roberta Newman, 127-130
“Munson: The Life and Death of a Yankee Captain,” by Steve Gietschier, 130132
“The Machine: A Hot Tea in, a Legendary Season, and a Heart-stopping World
Series: The Story of the 1975 Cincinnati Reds,” by Mark Armour, 132-135
“The 1976 Cincinnati Reds: Last Hurrah for the Big Red Machine./Making the
Big Red Machine: Bob Howsam and the Cincinnati Reds of the 1970s,” by Alar
Lipping, 135-137
“Ted Williams and the 1969 Washington Senators: The Last Winning Season / A
Whole New Ballgame: The 1969 Washington Senators,” by Ron Briley, 137-140
“Iron Man McGinnity: A Baseball Biography,” by David Shiner, 141-142
“Ray Schalk: A Baseball Biography,” by Rick Huhn, 143-145
“The Early Image of Black Baseball: Race and Representation in the Popular
Press, 1871-1890,” by Todd Peterson, 145-146
“Satchel: The Lift and Times of an American Legend,” by Bob Gorman, 147-149
“Black Barons of Birmingham: The South's Greatest Negro League Team and Its
Players,” by Joel Nathan Rosen, 149-150
“John Henry Moss: Baseball's Miracle Man,” by William E. Akin, 152-154
“No Minor Accomplishment: The Revival of New Jersey Professional Baseball,”
by Kenneth R. Fenster, 154-156
“The American Association Almanac: A Baseball History Journal, 1902-1952,”
by Kenneth Fenster, 156-158
“Ted Williams: There Goes the Greatest Hitter That Ever Lived,” by Frank
Ardolino, 161-164
“The Billy Goat Curse: Losing and Superstition in Cubs Baseball Since World
War II,” by Robert M. Carrothers, 190-192
Past & Present, Vol. 209, Issue 1 (Nov. 2010)
http://past.oxfordjournals.org/content/209/1.toc
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Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association (2010)
http://www.palmettohistory.org/scha/schajournal.htm
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“Origins and Development of College Football in South Carolina, 1889-1930,” by
Fritz Hamer, 43-56
Saskatchewan History, Vol. 62, Issue 2 (Fall 2010)
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“Saskatchewan Roughrider Grey Cup Victory of 1966,” 3-5
“No Ordinary Life: Remembering the Miss Roughrider and Miss Grey Cup
Pageants, 1951-1991,” by Jennifer Jozic and Jillian Staniec, 8-12
"Our Approach to Telling the Story was to Present the Team, the Club, as if it
was a Life,” 29-30
“Sports, Wit and Politics: Football Editorials by Cartoonist Ed Sebestyen,” by
Nadine Charabin, 32-35
“Always the Bridesmaid... Until!” 38
Soccer & Society, Vol. 12, Issue 2 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g935076842
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“The bad female football player: women's football in Sweden,” by Jonny Hjelm,
143 – 158
“Disengagement, de-motivation, vulnerable groups and sporting inclusion: a case
study of the Homeless World Cup,” by Jonathan Magee, 159 – 173
“Understanding the processes of becoming a football team fan in an African
context: the case of Dynamos Football Club fans in Zimbabwe,” by Manase
Kudzai Chiweshe, 174 – 183
“Invasion games in war-torn nations: can football help to build peace?” by Joel
Rookwood; Clive Palmer,184 – 200
“Ethnicity, conflict and peace-building: effects of European football support in
Nigeria,” by Henry Olusegun Majaro-Majesty, 201 – 211
“Figurations, tension-balance and the flexibility of football rules,” by Jorge
Ventura de Morais; Túlio Velho Barreto, 212 – 227
“National and gender identity perceptions among female football players in
Israel,” by Shenhav Perets; Moshe Levy; Yair Galily, 228 – 248
“Stakeholder management in Greek professional football: identification and
salience,” by Christos Anagnostopoulos, 249 – 264
“Resisting the globalization, standardization and rationalization of football: my
journey to Bilbao,” by Mark Groves, 265 – 278
“A ‘third way’ for football fandom research: Anthony Giddens and Structuration
Theory,” by Kevin Dixon, 279 – 298
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Book Reviews
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“Arab soccer in a Jewish state: the integrative enclave, Tamir Sorek” by Priya
Singh, 299 – 301
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“European football in black and white: tackling racism in football, by Christos
Kassimeris,” by Subhas Ranjan Chakraborty, 301 – 303
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“Aggression in the sports world: a social psychological perspective, by Gordon
W. Russell,” by Sreemoyee Tarafder, 304 – 305
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“Development and dreams: the urban legacy of the 2010 Football World Cup, by
Udesh Pillay, Richard Tomlinson and Orli Brass, Eds,” by Rakhee Bhattacharya,
306 – 307
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“Fan perspectives of football hooliganism: defining, analysing and responding to
the British phenomenon, by Joel Rookwood,” by Amitava Chatterjee, 307 – 309
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“Who killed English football – an analysis of the state of English football, by
K.P.C. Exall,” by Subhransu Roy, 309 – 312
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“Playing for freedom: a historic sports victory, by Kausik Bandyopadhyay,” by
Debashis Sarkar, 312 – 314
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“‘Styling’: Brazilian soccer, by Susan Milby,” by Jorge Ventura De Morais, 314 –
316
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“Temples of the earthbound gods: stadiums in the cultural landscapes of Rio de
Janeiro and Buenos Aires, by Christopher Thomas Gaffney,” by Julio
Frydenberg, 316 – 318
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“Geography of women’s soccer in South Australia: the changing spatial
organisation of the sport in Adelaide, 1978–2006, by Edoardo Rosso,” by Thomas
Rumney, 319 – 320
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“Response to Graham Curry’s review of Beastly fury: the strange birth of British
football, by Richard Sanders,” by Richard Sanders, 320 – 322
Soccer & Society, Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g931136449
Special Issue: Football, Sounds and Things
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“BBC Archives Caversham: an unlikely treasure,” by James Wyllie, 9 – 10
“Tuning in to football on the BBC World Service,” by James Wyllie; Kath
Woodward; David Goldblatt, 11 – 20
“Football arte,” by David Goldblatt, 21 – 22
“Zizou Redemptor,” by John Turnbull, 23 – 24
“West Bromwich Albion,” by Steve Woodward, 25 – 26
“Playing by the book: football in Latin American literature,” by David Wood, 27
– 41
“The Goalkeeper. Directed by S. Timoshenko, screenplay by Lev Kassil. USSR:
Lenfilm, 1936,” by Bob Edelman, 42 – 43
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45
“The disharmonious honking of the vuvuzelas: homogenization and difference in
the production and promotion of the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa,” by
Nicol Hammond, 46 – 55
“The Bing Boys,” by Gary Armstrong, 56 – 57
“‘You only sing when you're winning’: football factions and rock rivalries in
Manchester and Liverpool,” by Simon Warner, 58 – 73
“The badge,” by Anthony King, 74 – 75
“Sounds out of place,” by Kath Woodward, 76
“‘We are the rebellious voice of the terraces, we are Çars,?’: constructing a
football supporter group through sound,” by Meri Kytö, 77 – 93
“Football fixtures: Highbury vs. Hackney Marshes,” by Jayne Caudwell, 94 – 95
“Justice for the Ninety-Six: Liverpool FC fans and uncommon use of football
song,” by Ben Power, 96 – 112
“Wembley,” by Jack Woodward, 113 – 114
“A bottle of Gzira sand,” by Matthias Marschik, 115 – 117
“The Lost Film: Vienna 1924, the footballer as movie star,” by Roman Horak,
118 – 119
“‘Shall we sing a song for you?’: mediation, migration and identity in football
chants and fandom,” by Pieter Schoonderwoerd, 120 – 141
Social History of Medicine, Vol. 23, Issue 2 (Aug. 2010)
http://shm.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/2.toc
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“The Rise and Fall of the Magic Sponge: Medicine and the Transformation of the
Football Trainer,” by Neil Carter, 261-279
Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 91, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ssqu.2010.91.issue-3/issuetoc
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“Population Migration and Team Loyalty in Professional Sports,” by Scott
Tainsky andd Monika Stodolska, 801-815
Social Science History, Vol. 34, Issue 4 (Winter 2010)
http://ssh.dukejournals.org/content/vol34/issue4/index.dtl
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“Anti-Irish Job Discrimination circa 1880,” by E. Woodrow Eckard, 407-443
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Sociology of Sport Journal, Vol. 27, Issue 4 (Dec. 2010)
http://journals.humankinetics.com/ssj-current-issue
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“‘The Transparency of Democracy’: The Production of Washington’s Nationals
Park as a Late Capitalist Space,” by Michael T. Friedman, 327 – 350
“The Gaelic Athletic Association, Transnational Identities and Irish-America,” by
Paul Darby, 351 – 370
“Complicating the Relationship Between Sport and National Identity: The Case of
Post-Socialist Slovenia,” by Mojca Doupona Topic, Jay Coakley, 371 – 389
“Racial Differences in Faculty Perceptions of Collegiate Student-Athletes’
Academic and Post-Undergraduate Achievements,” by Eddie Comeaux, 390 –
412
“Multimedia Use in a Sport Setting: Communication Technologies at Off-Track
Betting Facilities,” by Holly Kruse, 413 – 427
“The Female Signifiant in All-Women’s Amateur Roller Derby,” by Jennifer
Carlson, 428 – 440
Book Reviews
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“It’s All for the Kids: Gender, Families, and Youth Sport, by Michael A.
Hemphill, 441 – 443
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“Polygendered and Ponytailed: The Dilemma of Femininity and the Female
Athlete,” by Sandy Wells, 444 – 446
Sociology of Sport Journal, Vol. 27, Issue 3 (Sep. 2010)
http://journals.humankinetics.com/ssj-back-issues/ssj-volume-27-issue-3-September
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“Foucault in Leotards: Corporeal Discipline in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics,” by
Natalie Barker-Ruchti, Richard Tinning, 229 – 250
“Islam, Hijab and Young Shia Muslim Canadian Women’s Discursive
Constructions of Physical Activity,” by Nisara Jiwani, Geneviève Rail, 251 – 267
“Uncivil Attention and the Public Runner,” by Debra Gimlin, 268 – 284
“Theorizing Paula Radcliffe: Representing a Nation,” by Theresa Walton, 285 –
300
“‘Their Bottoms Are the Wrong Shape’ Female Jockeys and the Theory of
Established Outsider Relations,” by Philippa Velija, Leah Flynn, 301 – 315
Book Review
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“The Sure Thing: The Making and Unmaking of Golf Phenom Michelle Wie,” by
Spencer Foster, 316 – 318
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“Inclusive Masculinity:The Changing Nature of Masculinities,” by Richard
Pringle, 319 – 322
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Sport, Education and Society, Vol. 16, Issue 2 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g933557887
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“Understanding teachers: the potential and possibility of discourse analysis,” by
Dean M. Barker; Anthony Rossi, 139 – 158
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“Investigating learning in physical education—a transactional approach,” by
Mikael Quennerstedt; Johan Öhman; Marie Öhman, 159 – 177
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“Complexity theory: supporting curriculum and pedagogy developments in
Scottish physical education,” by Mike Jess; Matthew Atencio; Malcolm
Thorburn, 179 – 199
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“‘Are PE teacher identities fit for postmodern schools or are they clinging to
modernist notions of professionalism?’ A case study of Norwegian PE teacher
students’ emerging professional identities,” by Fiona Dowling, 201 – 222
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“Multiple voices: improving participation of Muslim girls in physical education
and school sport,” by Symeon Dagkas; Tansin Benn; Haifaa Jawad, 223 – 239
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“The conventions of sport clubs: enabling and constraining the implementation of
social goods through sport,” by Eivind Åsrum Skille, 241 – 253
Book reviews
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“Sport, technology and the body: the nature of performance,” by lisahunter, 255 –
257
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“Fathering through sport and leisure,” by Murray Drummond, 257 – 259
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“The Montreal Olympics: an insider's view of organising a self-financing games,”
by Ian Culpan, 259 – 262
Sport, Education and Society, Vol. 16, Issue 1 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g932259287
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“Boys' bodies and the constitution of adolescent masculinities,” by Mona-Iren
Hauge; Hanne Haavind, 1 – 16
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“Embodied faith: Islam, religious freedom and educational practices in physical
education,” by Tansin Benn; Symeon Dagkas; Haifaa Jawad, 17 – 34
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“‘Body work—regulation of a swimmer body’: an autoethnography from an
Australian elite swimmer,” by Jenny McMahon; Maree DinanThompson, 35 – 50
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“Not just ‘a book on the wall’: pedagogical work, museums and representing the
sporting past,” by Murray G. Phillips; Richard Tinning, 51 – 65
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“Using discursive strategies, playing policy games and shaping the future of
physical education,” by Karen Swabey; Dawn Penney, 67 – 87
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“African-American children's representation of personal and social
responsibility,” by Claire M. Mowling; Sheri J. Brock; Peter A. Hastie, 89 – 109
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“Duct tape, icy hot & paddles: narratives of initiation onto US male sport teams,”
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Jennifer J. Waldron; Quinten Lynn; Vikki Krane, 111 – 125
Book reviews
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“Muslim women and sport,” by Joan Marian Fry, 127 – 129
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“Exercise and eating disorders: an ethical and legal analysis,” by Rachel F.
Allwood, 129 – 132
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“A social history of English rugby union,” by Mark Falcous, 132 – 134
Sport, Education and Society, Vol. 15, Issue 3 (2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g924321682
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“Future Girls, transcendent femininities and new pedagogies: toward girls' hybrid
bodies?” by Laura Azzarito, 261 – 275
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“Integrating a personal and social responsibility program into a Wellness course
for urban high school students: assessing implementation and educational
outcomes,” by Paul M. Wright; Weidong Li; Sheng Ding; Molly Pickering, 277 –
298
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“‘Studentship’ and ‘impression management’ in an advanced soccer coach
education award,” by Gavin Chesterfield; Paul Potrac; Robyn Jones, 299 – 314
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“Workplace learning of high performance sports coaches,” by Steven B. Rynne;
Clifford J. Mallett; Richard Tinning, 315 – 330
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“Physical activity in the lives of Hong Kong Chinese children,” by Amy S. Ha;
Doune Macdonald; Bonnie O. H. Pang, 331 – 346
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“Development of preservice teachers' value orientations during a secondary
methods course and early field experience,” by Seidu Sofo; Matthew D.
Curtner-Smith, 347 – 365
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“Body learning: examining the processes of skill learning in dance,” by Richard
Bailey; Angela Pickard, 367 – 382
Book Reviews
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“Physical education futures,” by Dean Barker, 383 – 385
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“Pedagogy and human movement. Theory, practice, research,” by Øyvind F.
Standal, 386 – 388
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“Sport studies,” by Casey Mainsbridge; Karen Swabey; Dean Cooley, 388 – 390
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, Vol. 5, Issue 1 (Feb. 2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g933836682
Editorial
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“On Wasting Time,” by Mike McNamee, 1–3
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Articles
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“Making A Comeback,” by Jeffrey P. Fry, 4–20
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“One Play Cannot be Known to Win or Lose a Game: a Fallibilist Account of
Game,” by Tamba Nlandu, 21–33
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“Jean-Paul Sartre And Team Dynamics In Collective Sport,” by Jean Francis
Gréhaigne, 34–45
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“The Possibilities and Consequences of Understanding Play as Dialogue,” by Ana
Cristina Zimmermann, John Morgan, 46–62
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“Fairness And Performance-Enhancing Swimsuits at the 2009 Swimming World
Championships: The ‘Asterisk’ Championships,” by Brad Partridge, 63–74
Review Essays
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“The Ethics of Doping and Anti-Doping: Redeeming the Soul of Sport?” by John
Gleaves, 75–78
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“Sport and Spirituality: An Introduction,” by Mark Hamilton, 79–81
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“Sartre on the Body,” by Leon Culbertson, 82–87
Book Review
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“The Ethics of Sport: A Reader,” by Robert L. Simon, 88–89
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, Vol. 4, Issue 3 (Dec. 2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g930510380
Editorial
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“Rules, Fairness, And The Apparent Duty To Entertain In Professional
Commodified Sport,” by Mike McNamee, 235 – 238
Articles
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“Sport, Wholehearted Engagement and the Good Life,” by Bill Morgan, 239 –
253
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“Breaking it or Faking it? Some Critical Thoughts on the Voluntary Suspension
of Play and Six Proposed Revisions,” by Stephen Mumford, 254 – 268
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“No Harm, No Foul? Justifying Bans On Safe Performance-Enhancing Drugs,”
by John Gleaves, 269 – 283
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“The Inner Game of Sport: is Everything in the Brain?” by Jens E. Birch, 284 –
305
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“The ‘Enforcer’ in Elite-Level Sport: A Conceptual Critique,” Carwyn Jones;
Scott Fleming, 306 – 318
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“Sublime Kinetic Melody: Kelly Slater and the Extreme Spectator,” Carl
Thomen, 319 – 331
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“Good Athlete – Bad Athlete? on the ‘Role-Model Argument’ for Banning
Performance-Enhancing Drugs,” Thomas Søbirk Petersen, 332 – 340
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“A Closer Look at ‘Sophisticated Stoicism’: Reply to Stephens and Feezell,”
Mark A. Holowchak, 341 – 354
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Book Reviews
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“Philosophical Perspectives on Gender in Sport and Physical Activity,” by Lisa
Edwards, 355 – 359
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“Contemporary Athletics and Ancient Greek Ideals,” by Heather L. Reid, 359 –
361
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“What I Talk About When I Talk About Running; A Memoir,” by Jennifer Burr,
361 – 364
Sport in History, Vol. 31, Issue 1 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g934653541
Articles
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“Physicians, Scientists, Exercise and Athletics in Britain and America from the
1867 Boat Race to the Four-Minute Mile,” by Roberta J. Park, 1 – 31
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“Soccer and Society in Eva Menasse's Vienna,” by Alan Bairner, 32 – 48
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“Late Cuts: C.L.R. James, Cricket and Postcolonial England,” by Simon
Featherstone, 49 – 61
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“From Bondi to Bude: Allan Kennedy and the Exportation of Australian Surf
Lifesaving to Britain in the 1950s,” by Ed Jaggard, 62 – 83
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“The Invention of a ‘Drug of Mass Destruction’: Deconstructing the EPO Myth,”
by Bernat López, 84 – 109
Sport in History, Vol. 30, Issue 4 (2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g930340729
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“Unlocking the Cape Code: Establishing British Football in South Africa,” by
Jonty Winch, 501 – 522
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“Cover Stories: English Football Magazine Cover Portrait Photographs
1950–1975,” by Joyce Woolridge, 523 – 546
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“The Failed Vuelta Ciclista a España of 1913 and the Launching of the Volta a
Catalunya (1911–1913): Centre Versus Periphery in the Struggle for the
Governance of Cycling in Early Twentieth-Century Spain,” by Bernat López, 547
– 569
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“The History and Geography of a Forgotten Olympic Project: The Spring
Games,” by André Suchet; Dominique Jorand; John Tuppen, 570 – 587
Review Essay
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“The History of Rugby League Through the Publications of London League,”
Margaret Groeneveld, 588 – 592
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“Sports History Classic Texts,” Robert J. Lake, 593 – 597
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Sport in History, Vol. 30, Issue 3 (2010)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g926966237
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“Education, Income and Status: Amateur Cricketers in England and Wales
c.1840–c.1930,” by Peter Cain, 351 – 373
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“Sporting Journalism and the Maintenance of British Servicemen's Ties to
Civilian Life in First World War Propaganda,” by David Monger, 374 – 401
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“‘You May Say What You Like to the Professional and Dismiss Them When You
Want’: The Rise and Fall of Professional Chess Players in Victorian Britain,” by
Adrian Harvey, 402 – 421
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“Contrasting Representations of Englishness During FIFA World Cup Finals,” by
Tom Gibbons, 422 – 446
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“Behind the Iron Curtain: Football as a Site of Contestation in the East German
Sports ‘Miracle’,” by Mike Dennis; Jonathan Grix, 447 – 474
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“Innovation not Invention: A Reply to Peter Swain Regarding the
Professionalization of Association Football in England and its Diffusion,” by R.
W. Lewis, 475 – 488
Review Essay
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“Where the ‘Real’ Meets the ‘Conceptual’: The Uncomfortable Boundary
Between Histories of Sport and Cultural Studies,” by Malcolm MacLean, 489 –
500
Sport in Society, Vol. 14, Issue 2 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g933676199
Special Issue: The politics of sport: community, mobility, identity
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“Introduction: the politics of sport – community, mobility, identity,” by Paul
Gilchrist; Russell Holden, 151 – 159
“‘Over here’: ‘Americanization’ and the new politics of football club ownership –
the case of Liverpool FC,” by John Williams; Stephen Hopkins, 160 – 174
“Paddling, property and piracy: the politics of canoeing in England and Wales,”
by Paul Gilchrist; Neil Ravenscroft, 175 – 192
“The sports boycott against Rhodesia reconsidered,” by Charles Little, 193 – 207
“Bidding for international sport events: how government supports and
undermines national governing bodies of sport,” by Geoff Walters, 208 – 222
“What happens while the official looks the other way? Citizenship, transnational
sports migrants and the circumvention of the state,” by Thomas F. Carter, 223 –
240
“Sport, development and aid: can sport make a difference?” by Grant Jarvie, 241
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“Transferring national allegiance: cultural affinity or flag of convenience?” by
Michael Holmes; David Storey, 253 – 271
“Never forget you're Welsh: the role of sport as a political device in
post-devolution Wales,” by Russell Holden, 272 – 288
Sport in Society, Vol. 14, Issue 1 (2011)
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g932360251
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“Beautiful losers: the symbolic exhibition and legitimization of outsider
masculinity,” by Matthew Atencio; Becky Beal, 1 – 16
“The making of English cricket cultures: empire, globalization and (post)
colonialism,” by Thomas Fletcher, 17 – 36
“‘We all dream of a team of Carraghers’: comparing ‘local’ and Texan Liverpool
fans' talk,” by Joel Rookwood; Peter Millward, 37 – 52
“Information theory and municipal policy in sport: empirical evidence from an
Israeli case study,” by Fany Yuval, 53 – 68
“Live-streaming: will football fans continue to be more law abiding than music
fans?” by Jack Birmingham; Matthew David, 69 – 80
“‘Nice girls don't play cricket’: the theory of established and outsider relations
and perceptions of sexuality and class amongst female cricketers,” by Phillippa
Velija, 81 – 96
“‘This must be the only sport in the world where most of the players don't know
the rules’: operationalizing self-refereeing and the spirit of the game in UK
Ultimate Frisbee,” by Gerald Griggs, 97 – 110
“Social capital and sport events: spectator attitudinal change and the Homeless
World Cup,” by Emma Sherry; Adam Karg; Fiona O'May, 111 – 125
Timeline, Vol. 27, Issue 4 (Oct.-Dec. 2010)
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F RENCH L ANGUAGE J OURNALS
Compiled by Peter Marquis, University of Rouen ([email protected])
Afrique Contemporaine, no 233 (1/2010)
Special Issue: L'Afrique, la mondialisation et le ballon rond
http://www.cairn.info/revue-afrique-contemporaine-2010-1.htm
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Courtin, Raphaël Jozan, 11-14
« Des événements du Cabinda à la star Drogba. Les évolutions du football
africain à l'aune de la Coupe du monde 2010 » by Daniel Künzler, 15-24
« L'Afrique du Sud, le précurseur du football international. Histoire du football
sud-africain entre 1892 et 1910 » by Chris Bolsmann, 25-33
« Histoire des premières migrations de joueurs africains en Europe. Entre
assimilation, affirmation et déracinement » by Paul Dietschy, 35-48
« Le ballon ne tourne pas rond en Afrique. Les effets pervers d'une « extraversion
dépendante » » by Raffaele Poli, 49-61
« Comprendre les mécanismes des migrations « glo-balles » africaines. Les
trajectoires transnationales et la diversification des filières » by Roger Besson,
Raffaele Poli, Loïc Ravenel, 63-76
« Ethnographie des académies de football au Ghana. Entre formation et
commercialisation des jeunes joueurs » by Paul Darby, 77-87
« Une taxe contre la misère du football africain ? » by Wladimir Andreff, 89-98
« Football et statistiques. Le Big Count compte-t-il rond ? » by Nicolas Courtin,
99
« Football et politique d'État. Les footballeurs algériens et la politique sportive de
l'État FLN depuis 1962 » by Stanislas Frenkiel, 100-101
« Football et politique d'État. « Le football commence avec les dirigeants... » » by
Joseph-Antoine Bell, 101
« Football et développement. « Tu fais quelque chose pour la MYSA, et la MYSA
fait quelque chose pour toi. » » by Daniel Künzler, 102-103
« Football et mondialisation. Le marché des footballeurs, réseaux et circuits dans
l'économie globale » by Raffaele Poli, 103
« Football et contestation. Le « football indigène », de la « civilisation » aux
revendications » by Paul Dietschy, 104-105
« Football et violence. Les clubs de supporters, creuset des milices Interahamwe,
Rwanda 1990-1994 » by Hélène Dumas, 105
« Football et politique. Eusebio, entre assimilation et vitrine du régime Salazar »
by Paul Dietschy, 106
« Football et reconversion. L'« après carrière » des joueurs sud-africains, ou
repartir de zéro ? » by Jérôme Berthoud, 107
« Football et migration. L'importation des footballeurs africains en France sur la
longue durée » by Raffaele Poli, 108
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http://www.cahiersdelasecurite.fr/cs11
Special issue: Sport: risques et menaces
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« Sport et criminalité : quelles convergences ? » by Philippe Chassagne, Kolë
Gjeloshaj Hysaj, 30
« L'éducation à la sécurité sportive : un enjeu scolaire et social » by Michaël
Attali, Jean Saint-Martin, 36
« Sport et sécurité. Une approche juridique » by Charles Amson, 43
« L'ordre public et la sécurité à l'occasion des compétitions sportives » by Alice
Cennamo, 50
« Sport, argent et crime : une triade d'avenir » by Jean-François Gayraud, 53
« Une nouvelle ère pour les Jeux Olympiques : l'ère sécuritaire. Quels enjeux ? »
by Sarah Rezenthel, 64
« La question du dopage à l'aune des étapes de la carrière cycliste » by Bertrand
Fincoeur, 72
« Paris truqués, football et corruption » by Noël Pons, 82
« Le lourd secret du football professionnel » by Alain Vernon, 89
« Les barras Bravas : violence, crime et football en Argentine » by Adalberto C.
Agozino, 92
« Le football dans la société italienne : une société problématique » by Sandra
Sicurella, 100
« Le football malade en Italie » by Elena Bianchini, 110
« Passion pour le football et dimension virtuelle : quels scénarios ? » by Giorgia
Macilotti, 122
« Sous-cultures de fans de football et violence au Portugal » by
Salomé Marivoet, 129
« Une interprétation de la sécurité privée et des évènements footballistiques en Be
lgique »by Marc Cools, Nico de Pauw, André Lemaître, 140
« Violence dans les stades de football : les supporters acteurs de la prévention ? »
by Manuel Comeron, 144
« Football professionnel et contrôle social ? Regards croisés franco-espagnols
d'une (dé) réglementation de la violence des foules sportives » by Dominique
Bodin, Rodrigo Pardo, Javier Duran, Sophie Javerlhiac, 150
« Supporters extrêmes en France : dépasser les stéréotypes » by
Nicolas Hourcade, 162
« La maladie du 12e homme » by Sylvain Husak, 173
« Les violences dans le foodball : le cas particulier du Stade de France en SeineSaint-Denis » by Jacques Meric, 179
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Les Cahiers d'Outre Mer, n/ 250 (2010/2)
Special issue: L’Afrique au cœur du sport mondial
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« En Afrique aussi, le sport n'est pas qu'un jeu?: Not just a game » by Jean-Pierre
Augustin, 167-174
« Éléments géopolitiques du sport africain » by Jean-Pierre Augustin, 175-190
« Football, nation et identités en Afrique du Sud » by Kévin Crotté-Brault, 191210
« Les enjeux socio-économiques du Mondial 2010 » by Pascal Charles, 211-234
« Les trajectoires des footballeurs africains à la lumière de la mondialisation » by
Raffaele Poli et al., 235-252
« Le rugby en Afrique du Sud face au défi de transformation?: jeu de pouvoir,
outil de développement et force symbolique » [no author], 253-274
« Les pratiques sportives. À la conquête des îles de l'océan Indien » by Olivier
Naria, 275-290
« Invictus ou le sport comme enjeu politique » by François Bart, 291-292
Clio, n/ 32 (2/2010)
http://www.cairn.info/revue-clio-2010-2.htm
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politique. Parcours d'une féministe by Michelle Zancarini-Fournel, 13
Empan, n/ 79 (2010/3)
Special issue: Sport et corps... social
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« Introduction » by Alain Jouve et al., 11
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« Sport et handicap dans notre société : un défi à l'épreuve du social » by
Roy Compte, 13
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« L'intégration par le sport : une croyance durable » by Michel Koebel, 28
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« Rebonds ! Vers l'insertion » by Jules Sire et al., 40
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« L'éducation physique et sportive (EPS) et la motricité au service des apprentissa
ges » by Julien Cordelois, 47
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« Profil psychologique et sport de haut niveau: entre banalités et singularités » by
Isabelle Inchauspé, et al., 52
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« Éthique de la sélection sportive précoce : apport de la somatopsychologie » by
Claire Carrier, 61
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« Du haut niveau au (re)nouveau » by Yannick Souvré et Bruno Ranchin, 73
« Nous serons tous des cadavres musclés » by Nano Gamondès, 79
« Parcours d'un sportif ordinaire... Entre rêves et réalités » by Alain Jouve, 84
« Souris à celui qui t'a collé un marron » by Kalié, 87
« L'échappée belle » by Noëlle Portets, 89
« Le spectacle sportif, arraisonnement de l'existence humaine » by
Robert Redeker, 94
« Le jour où William Webb Ellis décida de prendre le ballon dans ses mains » by
Bernard Bensidoun, 98
« Pratiques sportives et représentations du corps : consécration de l'éternel mascul
in » by Anne Saouter, 105
« La main d'Henry dans la culotte d'un zouave » by Jacques Cabassut, 111
Esprit, no 8-9 (août-sep 2010)
http://www.esprit.presse.fr/archive/review/detail.php?code=2010_8/9
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« Le psychodrame du football français » by Patrick Mignon, 6
« Sports d'élite et dopage de masse (entretien) » by Marc Sanson, 23
Gestion, Vol. 35 (2010)
http://www.cairn.info/revue-gestion-2010-3.htm
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« Un esprit sain dans un corps sain : promouvoir le sport au travail» by Isabelle
Barth and Julien Pierre, 86-94
Questions Internationales, n/ 44 (juillet-août 2010)
Special issue: Le sport dans la mondialisation
http://www.ladocumentationfrancaise.fr/revues-collections/questionsinternationales/44/sommaire44.shtml
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« Ouverture : sport et relations internationales » by Serge Sur, 4
« Le sport, instrument des relations internationales » by Paul Dietschy, 10
« De la régulation transnationale à la mondialisation » by Colin Miège, 25
« L'économie mondialisée du sport : un marché lucratif » by Jean-François Bourg,
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« Les grands clubs de football : des firmes transnationales » by Wladimir
Andreff, 50
« Le football, sport mondial en quête de régulation » by Entretien avec Michel
Platini, 58
« Entre politique et sport : les Jeux olympiques » by Jean-Lou Chappelet, 64
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« Le sport, un catalyseur des identités nationales » by Fabien Archambault, 74
« Pierre de Coubertin, prophète de la paix internationale par le sport » by Patrick
Clastres
« L’internationalisation du rugby » by Sébastien Deniau
« La féminisation du sport international » by Charlotte Feraille
« Le sport dans l’Antiquité : une première internationalisation » by Jean-Paul
Thuillier
« Cyclisme : du Tour de France au Tour du monde ? » by Mathieu Rigo
« Le marché des footballeurs africains entre l’Europe et l’Afrique » by Raffaele
Poli
« La Coupe du monde de football : jeux et enjeux d’une compétition » by Claude
Boli
« Les contradictions de la lutte internationale contre le dopage » by Pierre-Yves
Nulije
« Sport et culture populaire » by Sébastien Deniau
« Les hooliganismes » by Patrick Mignon
Sciences sociales et sport, n/ 3 (juin 2010)
http://www.editions-harmattan.fr/index.asp?navig=catalogue&obj=numero&no=31
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« "Un laboratoire parfait" ? Sport, race et génétique : le discours sur la différence
athlétique aux Etats-Unis » by Nicolas Martin-Breteau, 7
« La banalité de l'excellence : enquête ethnographique sur la stratification (de la
natation) et les nageurs olympiques » by Daniel F. Chambliss, 45
« Vocation artistique et rationalisation du travail : ethnographie d'une compagnie
de danse contemporaine » by Stéphanie Mirouse & Nadine Haschar-Noé, 77
« L'invention du Grand prix automobile : constitution et autonomisation du sport
automobile dans l'entre-deux-guerres » by Manouk Borzakian and Sylvain Ferez,
107
« Lutter contre la sédentarité : L'incorporation d'une nouvelle morale de l'effort »
by Jean-Paul Génolini and Jean-Paul Clément, 133
« Les usages politiques des politiques publiques et des enquêtes sociologiques.
L'instrumentalisation d'une politique sportive départementale et de son
évaluation » by Aurélien Boucher, 157
STAPS, Revue internationale des sciences du sport et de l'éducation physique, n/ 90
(2010/4)
http://www.cairn.info/revue-staps-2010-4.htm
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compétitive » by Anne Berteloot et al., 7-23
« Joueuse de rugby de première division : une activité dangereuse ? » by Hélène
Joncheray et Haïfa Tlili, 37-47
« Sport et éducation physique sous le Front populaire et sous Vichy : approche
comparative selon le genre » by Fatia Terfous, 49-58
« Comment devient-on dirigeante d'une association sportive locale ? Des
processus de transmission à l'œuvre en lien avec les rapports sociaux de sexe » by
Anne Tatu-Colasseau et Gilles Vieille-Marchiset, 75-92
STAPS, Revue internationale des sciences du sport et de l'éducation physique, n/ 89
(2010/3)
http://www.cairn.info/revue-staps-2010-3.htm
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« L'interaction réflexivité-intelligence motrice dans les arts martiaux. Le cas de
l'initiation rituelle penca à Banten (Indonésie) » by Gabriel Facal, 11-18
« De l'expérience du corps en mouvement à une conception anthropologique de
l'art martial: essence, forme et structure » by Tarik Mesli, 19-28
« La posture de l'arbre : zhanzhuang » by Marceau Chenault, 29-41
« La capoeira : ni lutte, ni danse. Proposition de définition » by Martial Meziani,
43- 50
« « Une joie qui ouvre l 'esprit » : l 'affectivité comme concept clé dans une
approche non dualiste des danses punu (Congo-Brazzaville) » by Carine Plancke,
51-59
« Danse et handicap intellectuel : une approche conceptuelle » by Jannick Niort et
al., 61-68
« Le théâtre des anomalies ou la scène contaminée » by José Tonezzi, 69-74
« Faut-il danser pour faire danser à l 'école ? Le corps de l 'enseignant à l 'épreuve
de la transmission » by Sophie Necker, 75-84
« Lire le mouvement dansé » by Philippe Guisgand, 85-89
« Le corps en mouvement et la production d'images : du chronophotographe de
Marey au numérique » by Jean-Michel Peter et Gérard Fouquet, 91-99
« La fuite en jeu. Questions de dynamiques psychiques en lien avec l'imaginaire
du corps à l'adolescence » by Nicole Clerc, 101-113
« Le « corps » à l 'École dans la revue Les Cahiers pédagogiques : description
foucaldienne et enjeux de la nouvelle configuration scolaire des Novateurs
(1958-1989) » by Riondet Xavier, 115-124
STAPS, Revue internationale des sciences du sport et de l'éducation physique, n/ 88
(2010/2)
http://www.cairn.info/revue-staps-2010-2.htm
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« Les constructions sociales du match de football France-Algérie » by Fabien
Beyria, 43-60
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« En flat ou sur les curbs, l'influence de l'espace sur les interactions sociales chez
les skaters montpelliérains » by Julien Laurent, 61-77
« Les transferts économiques des clubs sportifs professionnels vers les
organisations caritatives : comparaison des situations au Canada et en France » by
Serge Piché et Jean Camy, 99-113
La Vie des idées
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« Histoire du foot-spectacle » by Marion Fontaine (11 juin 2010)
« Le football au prisme des sciences sociales » - Igor Martinache (17 juin 2010)
« Le sport, idéal démocratique ? » - entretien avec Isabelle Queval par Florent
Guénard (23 juin 2010)
« La fabrique des footballeurs » - Julien Bertrand (30 juin 2010)
« Le foot français et l’héritage colonial », Pap Ndiaye, book review of Laurent
Dubois, Soccer Empire. The World Cup and the Future of France, (Berkeley,
University of California Press, 2010) (9 juillet 2010)
« Le sport, un objet philosophique » - Isabelle Queval – book review of Denis
Moreau et Pascal Taranto (dir.), Activités physiques et exercices spirituels, essais
de philosophie du sport (Paris, Vrin, 2008) (9 juillet 2009)
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