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Fair and Foul Beyond the Myths and Paradoxes of Sport New Book

  • Fair and Foul

    Fair and Foul
    D. Stanley Eitzen

    The fifth edition of Fair and Foul explores America’s love of sport, just as it reveals sport’s darker side—the influence of big business, corruption, price gouging, political maneuvering, gender bias, media grandstanding, and more.

  • Fair and Foul

    Fair and Foul
    D. Stanley Eitzen

    Stan Eitzen explores America's love of sport just as he reveals sport's darker side-the influence of big business, corruption, price gouging, political maneuvering, parental meddling and media grandstanding.

  • Fair and Foul

    Fair and Foul
    D. Stanley Eitzen

    This book explains America's love of sport just as it reveals sport's darker side—the influence of big business, corruption, price gouging, political maneuvering, and media grandstanding.

  • Sport Psychology

    Sport Psychology
    David Tod, Joanne Thatcher, Rachel Rahman

    Whether it's understanding how a player copes with the pressures of taking a penalty, or how a coach motivates their team, sport psychology helps us to get into the athlete's mind.

  • Beyond the Regulation Approach

    Beyond the Regulation Approach
    Bob Jessop, Ngai-Ling Sum

    Every now and then, a book comes along that you positively want to be asked to read and review, and this is one of them a major work of scholarship in its own right, while at the same time, a ground-clearing exercise for what is to follow.

  • The Most Expensive Game in Town

    The Most Expensive Game in Town
    Mark Hyman

    Building on the eye-opening investigation into the damaging effects of the ultra-competitive culture of youth sports in his previous book, Until It Hurts, Mark Hyman's new book looks at the business of youth sports, how it has changed, and …

  • Sport, Culture and Society

    Sport, Culture and Society
    Grant Jarvie

    International in scope, the book explores the key social theories that shape our understanding of sport as a social phenomenon and critically examines many of the assumptions that underpin that understanding.

  • The Olympic Games

    The Olympic Games
    M. I. Finley, H. W. Pleket

    A definitive survey of the Olympic Games, from 776 B.C. to A.D. 261. Readers are introduced, with absorbing detail, to the games' events and their historical, social, and religious context. 40 unnumbered plates of illustrations.

  • Born Digital

    Born Digital
    Urs Gasser

    In Born Digital, leading Internet and technology experts John Palfrey and Urs Gasser offer a sociological portrait of these young people, who can seem, even to those merely a generation older, both extraordinarily sophisticated and …

  • Strangers in Their Own Land

    Strangers in Their Own Land
    Arlie Russell Hochschild

    Strangers in Their Own Land goes beyond the commonplace liberal idea that these are people who have been duped into voting against their own interests.

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