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Histories of Rivalry: Communicative Models Expressing and Defining Fans’ Attitudes

This article defines and explains how football fans’ “traditions” of rivalry are interconnected with communicative systems and define fans’ attitudes’ toward the “Other."

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Published online: February 15, 2017

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The International Journal of Sport and Society , Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2017

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Minor League Baseball Prices: A Modified Fan Cost Index for the New York-Penn League

A Modified Fan Cost Index (mFCI) is employed to evaluate the cost of a comparable basket of goods for each of the teams in the New York Penn League.

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Sport in Danish Schools: Physical Activity and Public Policy Formulation in Denmark

The paper focuses on Physical Education (PE) as public policy. The aim is to analyze particular aspects of political decision-making processes taken from the recent history of PE in Denmark.

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The Rink and the Stage: Melodrama, Media, and Canadian Hockey

I explore the similarities between media accounts of late nineteenth and early twentieth century hockey violence and melodramatic theatre.

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Canadian Government Acts and Policies for Sport and Recreation: Past, Present, and Future

The purpose of this paper is to present the historical evolution, contemporary trends, and predict future directions of Canadian government acts and policies for sport and recreation.

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Published Online January 15, 2016

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Australian Football, Masculinity, and the Acceptance of Pain and Injury as a Career "Norm"

This paper discusses athlete's acceptance of pain and injury as being normal and the consequences of this acceptance for the construction of masculinity in retirement.

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Published online: July 30, 2015

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Children: Exploring the Move from Active Play to Sedentary Play

We address the trend of children moving from living an active lifestyle to living a more sedentary lifestyle looking at four potential sources: parents, neighborhoods, technology and schools.

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Published online: June 23, 2015

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“None of the Kids are Allowed to Eat Junk at the Pool": Discourses of "Optimal Nutrition" in Competitive Youth Swimming and the Impact on Athlete Welfare"

The topic of this paper is youth swimming coaches' perceptions of physical preparation and "optimal nutrition" and the consequences for youth athletes' empowerment, health and wellbeing.

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Published online: May 14, 2015

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The International Journal of Sport and Society: Annual Review

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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