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Social Issues in Sport (1998)



Social Issues in Sport introduces students to a sociological study of sport and is the first book to draw mainly from British sources for its material. It aims to describe the nature and extent of sporting issues prevalent in society, to analyse research studies in sport and offer explanations for sporting behaviour. Topics covered include: participation patterns in sport, health, women, social class, race, drug abuse, football hooliganism and commercialism.

Author: Sleap, M

Topic: Sociology
Media: Book
ISBN: 333691504
Language: English
Pages: 214

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Weight 0.99 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.69 in


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