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Sports Events, Society and Culture

Edited by Katherine Dashper, Thomas Fletcher and Nicola McCullough

Series: Routledge Advances in Event Research Series

A thorough exploration of the contested relationship between sports events, media technology, society and culture. Click here to read more.

With a multi-disciplinary approach this book promotes a critical (re)evaluation of emerging empirical research from a diverse range of sports events and locations from the international to local level.

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