New Ethnographies of Football in Europe: People, Passions, Politics
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New Ethnographies of Football in Europe: People, Passions, Politics

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ISBN-13:
9781137516961
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
20.12.2015
Seiten:
241
Autor:
Alexandra Schwell
Gewicht:
471 g
Format:
223x144x22 mm
Serie:
Football Research in an Enlarg
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

1. Editors' Introduction: People, Passions and Much More: Anthropology of Football; Micha? Buchowski, Ma?gorzata Z. Kowalska, Alexandra Schwell and Nina Szogs
PART I: BEGINNINGS
2. Going for the Reds: Max Gluckman and the Anthropology of Football; Robert Gordon and Marizanne Grundlingh
PART II: THE POLITICAL FIELD
3. Normalising Political Relations through Football: the Case of Croatia and Serbia (1990-2013); Ivan ?or?evi? and Bojan Ziki?
4. The Paradoxes of Politicization: Fan Initiatives in Zagreb, Croatia; Andrew Hodges and Paul Stubbs
5. We Are One! Or Are We? Football Fandom and Ethno-National Identity in Israel; Hani Zubida
PART III: AGENCY
6. Hegemony in Question? Euro 2012 and Local Politics in the City of Pozna?; Ma?gorzata Zofia Kowalska
7. Travelling European Gay Footballers. Tournaments as an Integration Ritual; Stefan Heissenberger
8. To Pass And Not To Pass Female Fans' Visibility in the Football Fandom Field; Daniel Regev, Tamar Rapoport
PART IV: EMBODIMENT
9. Being a Football Kid. Football as a Mediatized Play Practice; Stine Liv Johansen
10. Why we wear it: The football shirt as a badge of identity; Viola Hofmann
PART V: MOBILITY AND TRANSNATIONALISM
11. Performing Loyalties/Rivalries. Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe Fans in Vienna; Nina Szogs
12. Building a Turkish Fan Community: Facebook, Schengen and Easyjet; John McManus
13. Editors' Conclusion: People, Passions - but what about Politics?; Micha? Buchowski, Ma?gorzata Z. Kowalska, Alexandra Schwell and Nina Szogs
14. Afterword; Simon Kuper
Football has emerged as an important symbolic field through which various social, cultural, political, economic, and historical dimensions and antagonisms are negotiated. This volume covers a variety of themes illuminating the multiple ways that football impacts on people's everyday lives. Using anthropological research methods and data collected from ethnographic fieldwork, the contributors scrutinize not only the social fields of football fans and the specific socio-cultural contexts in which they are embedded, but also other actors beyond the pitch, and the possibilities for both agency and subversion. Taking into account processes of Europeanization, globalization, commercialization and migration, the collection offers fresh insights into fan identity formations and practices and highlights the importance of anthropology's self-reflexive and actor-centred perspective.