Games Without Frontiers: Football, Identity and Modernity

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Edition: 1st
Format: Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date: 1994-11-28
Publisher(s): Routledge
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Stillborn in the USA?
Tradition and Modernity in European Football
Exporting football: notes on the development of Football in Europe
Austrification as modernisation: changes in Viennese football culture
"We are Celtic supporters...": questions of football and identity in modern Scotland
From Saint-Etienne To Marseilles: tradition and modernity in French soccer and society
The drive to modernization and the supermarket imperative: who needs a new football stadium? Identities
Local, Ethnic, National: "Rangers is a black club": "race", identity and local football in England
Football and identity in the Ruhr: the case of Schalke 04
"Wogball": ethnicity and violence in Australian soccer
Masculinity and football: the formation of national identity in Argentina
The stars and the flags: individuality, collective identities and the national dimension in Italia '90 and Wimbledon '91 and '92
Subcultures of opposition: New supporter cultures and identity in France: the case of Paris Saint-Germain
False Leeds: the construction of hooligan confrontations
"Keep it in the Family": an outline of Hibs' football hooligans social ontology
The birth of the "ultras": the rise of football hooliganism in Italy
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