6 edition of Sports violence found in the catalog.
by Lucent Books in Detroit
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Anne Wallace Sharp|
|LC Classifications||GV706.7 .S53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011015525|
Grievous, common errors. This book, winner of the prestigious J. Anthony Lukas Work-In-Progress Award, takes apart the myths that surround domestic . Spectator violence has long been associated with professional football in Europe. This article examines the issue of spectator violence from a North American perspective. We begin by noting that there is little systematic research into the scope of spectator disorder in North America. Perhaps for this reason there is little consensus about the true scale of the problem on this side of the Cited by:
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Combat Sports in the Ancient World: Competition, Violence, and Culture (Sports and History Series) by Michael B. Poliakoff | out of 5 stars 7. Sports Violence is perhaps the first collection of scholarly theory and research to examine in detail aggression within and surrounding sports. As such, it seeks to present the broadest possible range of interpretations and perspectives.
The book is, therefore, both interdisciplinary and international in scope. But other observers say today's sports actually are contributing to violent behavior.
``I think the violence goes both ways,'' says Myriam Miedzian, author of the book, ``Boys Will Be Boys. * Features an international perspective with examples of sport violence from throughout the world * Offers a historical view on the evolution of violence in sport.
Sport and Violence takes a critical look at the culture of ‘sports rage’ and aggression in the sporting industry, covering ethical, historical and sociological causes and impacts. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction / Jeffrey H.
Goldstein --Roman sports violence / Allen Guttmann --Unsporting behavior / Wray Vamplew --What is sports violence?/ Michael D. Smith --Athletic aggression / Brenda Jo Bredemeier --Perceived injustice and sports violence / Melvin M.
Mark, Fred B. Sports leagues, teams, and individual athletes have to address the societal issue of violence against partners in an effort to start to shift the tide on our societal issue. More importantly, victims have to start to speak out even though it can be incredibly difficult and frightening because of.
Get this from a library. Issues in sports: violence in sports. [Paul Bowker] -- This book in the Issues in Sports series takes a critical look at violence in sports, providing history and context while also examining key factors in the issue and how it is being addressed.
The Causes of Violence and the Effects of Violence On Community and Individual Health Stephen C. Morris M.D. Yale Section of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery, Yale School of Medicine September, Prepared as part of an education project of the Global Health Education Consortium and collaborating partners.
This extensively researched book addresses sports fan violence sociologically, using both theoretical models and empirical data.
Lewis draws from the theoretical approaches based on the collective behavior models of Neil J. Smelser and Clark McPhail in order to show how to study fan violence using the intensive case history method.
This method is then applied to an in-depth analysis of the 4/5(1). Domestic violence perpetrated by male athletes upon their intimate partners or family members is one of the most common off-field crimes that affects sports administration.
There is an ongoing struggle among sporting leagues, governments, and viewers to address the increasing number of domestic violence incidents committed by athletes that come. books — voters. Unhappy Marriages. books — voters. Possessive, controlling, jerk, anti-heroes that love their woman.
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Jeffrey Standen, The Manly Sports: The Problematic Use of Criminal Law to Regulate Sports Violence, 99 J. Crim. & Criminology () /09/Cited by: Sports violence Midget football team to play out season after Hail Mary In a last-minute decision, the president of the North Winnipeg Nomads will step in as head coach of the midget football team.
The book explores organised and spontaneous violence, both on the field and off, and calls for a much broader definition of ‘sports-related violence’, to include issues as diverse as criminal behaviour by players, abuse within sport and exploitative labour practices.
Mariah Burton Nelson, in her book The Stronger Women Get, the More Men Love Football, points out that coaches of these sports often exhort players to perform better by telling them not to be 6 4 sissies" or "girls." She quotes rugby songs that describe violence against women, and talks about women-degrading language used by players of contact.
information, now published in this report. ‘Protecting Children from Violence in Sport: A review with a focus on industrialized countries’ defines the many aspects of the issue, provides examples of both good and poor practice, and makes suggestions for sport organizations to assist them in.
USA TODAY Sports spoke with a dozen FBS head coaches about how they educate players about issues of domestic violence and sexual assault. Some call on outside speakers, such as police officers, to. The authors hold that this sort of data--numerous studies are cited revealing the same trend--exposes the inherent flaws in traditional male sports culture.
Sports, they say, breed intolerant males more prone to violence, domestic abuse, and homophobia and less likely to Cited by: Once among America’s most popular sports, boxing was brought low by its inveterate corruption—and the National Football League was a primary beneficiary of its downfall.
Professional football’s violence is somewhat more sanitized, and it replaces the ethnic tribalism of boxing with slightly less corrosive regional loyalties. Fan violence at youth sporting events can range from yelling to physical violence, such as parents striking coaches.
Lynn Jamieson, professor and chair of IU Bloomington's Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies, said the amount of sports violence occurring at youth sporting events has not increased, but the negative influence of financial pressures has.A collection of essays and articles which examine the relationship between sports and violence.Gender & Sports.
When I grew up in the s and s, sports was defined by and for boys and men. The few girls and women who played sports were either ignored or stigmatized. That began to change dramatically in the early s, as the women’s movement stimulated a continuing burst of participation by girls and women.