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AAES Week 12 Readings and Lecture Slides


Violence

Young, K. (2015). Assessing the sociology of sport: On sports violence and ways of seeing. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50(4-5): 640-644.

Kalof, L. (2014). Animal Blood Sport: A Ritual Display of Masculinity and Sexual Virility. Sociology of Sport Journal, 31: 438-454.

Radian, A. (2015). Hit and tell – Swedish hooligan narratives. Sport in Society, 18(2): 202-218

Tsoukala, A. (2011). Timing ‘dangerousness’: football crowd disorder in the Italian and Greek press. Sport in Society, 14(5): 598-611

Sporting Mega-Events

Horne, J.D. & Manzenreiter, W. (2004). Accounting for Mega-Events: Forecast and Actual Impacts of the 2002 Football World Cup Finals on the Host Countries Japan/Korea. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 39(2): 187-203.

Lee, J.W. & Maguire, J. (2009). Global Festivals Through a National Prism: The Global–National Nexus in South Korean Media Coverage of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 44(1): 5-24.

Giulianotti, R. (2011). Sport Mega Events, Urban Football Carnivals and Securitised Commodification: The Case of the English Premier League. Urban Studies, 48(15): 3293-3310.

Maguire, J., Black, J. & Darlington, B. (2015). ‘The Day the Flame Came to Town’: The Olympic Flame, Symbol, Community and Commodification Joseph Maguire. Sociology of Sport Journal, 32: 117-139.


Lecture slides are available on Shuspace.