Table of contents for Deviance and social control in sport / Michael Atkinson, Kevin Young.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I Deviant Sport Conventions
Chapter 1 The Normal and the Pathological in Sport
The Pathological as Normal
Sport Deviance as Tolerable
Chapter 2 Sport, Deviancy Theory and Sociological Research
Traditional Strands of Sport Deviancy Theory
How to Research Sport Deviance
Moving Backward and Forward With Theory
Part II Deviant Sport Communities
Chapter 3 Youth Tribes in Sport
From Resistance Subcultures to Lifestyle Sports
Le Parkour
Theoretical Intersections
Chapter 4 Animal Violence in Sport
Animal Sports and Social Justice
Greyhound Racing
Changing Climates for Animal Sports
Theoretical Intersections
Part III Deviant Athletic Bodies
Chapter 5 Body Pathologies in Sport
EPO in Professional Cycling
Slimming as Self-Violence
Technology and Disappearing Bodies
Theoretical Intersections
Chapter 6 Illness Narratives and Sport
Narratives of Wounded Athletes
Meeting Wounded Athletes 
Comeback Narratives
Transgression Narratives 
Exit Narratives
Theoretical Intersections
Part IV Mediating Sport Deviance
Chapter 7 Criminal Violence in Sport
Rink Rage and Criminal Justice
Managing Hockey Deviance as a Total Institution
Ice Hockey and Ironies of Social Control
Theoretical Intersections
Chapter 8 Terror and Security in Sport
Terrorism and the Olympic Games
Terrorism and the 2002 Salt Lake City Games
Security and Future Games
Theoretical Intersections
Chapter 9 Toward a Public Sociology of Sport Deviance 
Victimological and Political-Economic Perspectives 
Social Development Through Youth Sport
Sport for Reducing Social Problems
References
Index
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports -- Sociological aspects.
Deviant behavior.
Social control.