Table of contents for Fair and foul : beyond the myths and paradoxes of sport / D. Stanley Eitzen.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	
 1	The Duality of Sport	
 2 	Sport Unites, Sport Divides	
 3	Names, Logos, Mascots, and Flags: The Contradictory Uses of Sports Symbols	
 4	Sport Is Fair, Sport Is Foul	
 5	Sport Is Healthy, Sport Is Destructive	
 6	Sport Is Expressive, Sport Is Controlled	
 7	Myth: Sport Is Played on a Level Playing Field	
 8	The Contradictions of Big-Time College Sport	
 9	The Path to Success? Myth and Reality	
10	Professional Sport Franchises: Public Teams, Private Businesses	
11 The Globalization of Sport
12	The Challenge: Changing Sport	
Index	
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports -- Sociological aspects.
Sports -- Psychological aspects.