Sport is ubiquitous in the modern era. As such, it is engaged with by exponents of other academic disciplines and professional groups. This innovative series explores the close relationships that exist between sport and other disciplines and professions, and traces the theoretical and professional boundaries that they share. Each book in the series introduces the key themes, topics and debates that define a particular discipline and its engagement with sport - such as sport and sociology, or sport and politics – offering an invaluable overview for all students and scholars working in sport and each mainstream discipline.
Sport and Architecture
Sport and Film
Sport and Sociology
By Peter Millward, Jan Andre Lee Ludvigsen, Jonathan Sly
September 16, 2022
This is the first book to explore fully the connections between sport studies and criminology, opening up critical new frontiers in the study of sport and crime. Rooted firmly in established critical criminological traditions, the book also employs insights from emerging theoretical frameworks ...
By Benjamin S. Flowers
August 23, 2018
Sport and architecture are two elements of contemporary life that have a broad and profound impact on the world around us. The role architecture plays in shaping buildings and societies has occupied historians for centuries. Likewise, the cultural, economic, and political importance of sport is the...
By Seán Crosson
May 22, 2013
The sports film has become one of commercial cinema's most recognizable genres. From classic boxing films such as Raging Bull (1980) to soccer-themed box-office successes like Bend it Like Beckham (2002), the sports film stands at the interface of two of our most important cultural forms. This book...
By Dominic Malcolm
February 10, 2012
How has our understanding of sport been shaped by sociological ideas? How can the study of sport help sociologists to understand wider society? The sociology of sport is a sub-discipline approaching maturity. This is the first book to stand back and reflect upon the subject’s growth, to trace its ...