Games Without Frontiers by Joe Kennedy

Games Without Frontiers by Joe Kennedy
epub | 292.54 KB | English | Isbn:B01BJRAYZS |
Author: Joe Kennedy | PAge: 300 | Year: 2016


Is soccer inherently political? What does soccer actually mean today? Games Without Frontiers seeks force us to think about what we mean when we say ‘soccer’. Along the way, it skewers media cliches about footballers and fans, considers the sport’s implications for radical politics and aesthetics, and situates the ‘working-man’s game’ in relation to twenty-first century discussions of political authenticity. Written half as a travelogue, this book seeks to protect football from some of its would-be saviors without ever losing sight of what it means to have a fan’s investment in the game.

Category:Sociology of Sports, Sports Journalism, Sociology of Sports

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