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The contributors to this volume consider not only the racism experienced by various ethnic minority athletes in Britain, but also the way in which various racisms have been articulated in South Africa, the Caribbean, Canada and the USA. They examine many of the voluntarist racist cherished beliefs surrounding sport. The topics discussed include the way in which cricket in the Caribbean has stimulated nationalist and racial self-consciousness, whether young Afro-Caribbean athletes are agents of racialized social control in Britain, the contribution of sport to popular struggles in South Africa, how young South Asian children experience sport in Britain and how far native American women are accommodated within sport in Canada.
Release date NZ
May 15th, 1991
Edited by Grant Jarvie
Country of Publication
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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