Sport theory and social problems is an outstanding introduction to critical theory in sport sociology a brilliant addition to the curriculum of any introductory course on the sociology of sport this book is powerful engaging both intellectually and emotionally pedagogically structured and well written it highlights how damaging organized competitive team sports can be without claiming that all sport is bad all the time or that sport cannot be socially good . To conclude sport is conceptualized as a means of responding to social problems because sport practices are associated with individual agency and with an active civil society and moral community. Sport theory and social problems a critical introduction author eric anderson edition illustrated publisher taylor francis 2010 isbn 0203857437 9780203857434 length 184 pages. Sport theory and social problems a critical introduction is an essential textbook for any sport studies degree with a focus on the sociology of sport sport and social theory childrens health and wellbeing or sport and gender studies
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