Sport, Society and Social Problems

Sport, Society and Social Problems

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Focusing on sport at non-elite levels, this book explores the lives of everyday citizens who play and examines how inequality and social deviance are structured into the social and sporting system. Each chapter uses a key social theory to address a particular social problem in sport. By concentrating on real sport, and through the use of startling vignettes illustrating the experiences of real people, Sport, Theory and Social Problems develops the critical senses, social conscience and theoretical understanding of all students of sport and anybody for whom sport is part of their everyday life.Unions are a very effective strategy for workers in helping them secure higher wages, better job security, and (in modern times) better health insurance. ... in New York, released a report in 2007 detailing what it called a€œexcessively aggressive tacticsa€ by Walmart in stopping the organization of unions. ... Another way to keep employees from striking is to divide 86 Sporta#39;s Use in the Maintenance of Class.

Title:Sport, Society and Social Problems
Author: Eric Anderson
Publisher:Routledge - 2010-06-25

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