Table of contents for Sport and modern social theorists / edited by Richard Giulianotti.

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Introduction: Sport and Social Theorists: A Plurality of Perspectives--R.Giulianotti
The Sportification Process: A Biographical Analysis Framed by the Work of Marx, Weber, Durkheim and Freud--A.G.Ingham
Social Structure and Social Theory: Intellectual Insights of Robert K Merton--J.Loy & D.Booth
Reclaiming Goffman: Erving Goffman's Influence on the Sociology of Sport--S.Birrell & P.Donnelly
Consciousness, Craft, Commitment: The Sociological Imagination of C. Wright Mills--J.Loy & D.Booth
Theodor Adorno on Sport: The Jeu D'Esprit of Despair--D.Inglis
Antonio Gramsci: Sport, Hegemony and the National-Popular--D.Rowe
Sport, Colonialism and Struggle: CLR James and Cricket--B.Stoddart
Anthony Giddens, Structuration Theory, and Sport and Leisure--J.Horne & D.Jary
Civilizing Games: Norbert Elias and the Sociology of Sport--R.Giulianotti
Pierre Bourdieu and the Sociological Study of Sport: Habitus, Capital and Field--A.Tomlinson
Habermas on Sports: Social Theory from a Moral Perspective--W.J.Morgan
Querying Sport Feminism: Personal or Political?--J.Hargreaves
Michel Foucault: Studies of Power and Sport--C.L.Cole, M.D.Giardina & D.L.Andrews
The Fate of Hyperreality: Jean Baudrillard and the Sociology of Sport--R.Giulianotti
CONTRIBUTORS: David L. Andrews
Susan Birrell
Douglas Booth
Peter Donnelly
Michael D. Giardina
Jennifer Hargreaves
John Horne
Alan G. Ingham
David Inglis
David Jary
John Loy
William J. Morgan
David Rowe
Brian Stoddart
Alan Tomlinson

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sports Sociological aspects