American National Pastimes - A History by Mark Dyreson download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Simons Dyreson, Mark, and Jaime Schultz, eds. Dyreson and Schultz apply the concept of national pastime to popular, enduring sports that reflect and mold American national character.
This book was published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport. The essays, previously published in the International Journal of the History of Sport, are individually introduced by brief abstracts.
Politically, culturally, emotionally and aesthetically, sport is a major force in the modern world. You are not currently authenticated.
She is the author of two books and multiple essays on sport, history, and culture. Verifique se tem pontos suficientes para este artigo. Coeditors Mark Dyreson and Jaime Schultz draw from the work of fellow sport scholars to fashion a collection of fourteen essays examining American National Pastimes. Sport in the Global Society will continue to record sport's phenomenal progress across the world stage. As for the pursuits of other peoples, J.
Not all of the sports covered possess the depth or duration of support to qualify as national pastimes. Although the observations of Alexis de Tocqueville, J. American National Pastimes is an impressive academic work.
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