1 edition of Taking sport seriously found in the catalog.
Taking sport seriously
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Peter Donnelly|
|LC Classifications||GV706.5 .T35 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||2011488111|
A beer drinker doesn't quite understand touch football. Some people take themselves just a little too seriously.
Why a book on 2,year-old principles of stoicism has spread through the NFL and the sports world. “It doesn’t matter how hard it is to be in the Super Bowl. It’s probably not harder than. It's called a game for a reason. Because it is a game. Something that should not be taken seriously. It's just an entertainment, a distraction. It's not the meaning of life. Not even close. And yet, it seems like everything about it is taken seriously, people invest their emotions and money and lose their humanity and compassion all because of what? Sports? Many people are even willing to kill.
This book is a bit of fun, but I get a dreadful feeling that there are cyclists out there who might take these 'rules', seriously. For some, this is a glossary of cycling snobbery, a 'style guide' for those without any sense of style and a source of ammunition put other, 'non-conformist' cyclists down/5. It also recommends that young athletes take a two- or three-month break from their primary sport each year. Steering clear of tyrannical coaches. Many coaches in children’s sports leagues are just parents with a passion. They’re usually well-meaning, but they don’t always have formal training in the sport or in dealing with kids.
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Taking Sports Seriously is ideal as a reading companion to a course in sports law or sports management. Written in a fast-paced, accessible style that unpacks jargon, this book brings sophisticated legal analysis to bear on the problems of by: 5.
Taking Sport Seriously (CSRC Edition) Paperback – March 1, by Lincoln Allison (Editor)Format: Paperback. Taking Sports Seriously provides an iconoclastic, out-of-the-box look at the intersection of sports and law in contemporary America. This collection of essays offers an unflinching take on the salient legal issues from the world of sports, including player violence, fan injuries, free agency, player agents, drug testing, athletes as role models, gambling, and other hot-button : Taking Sport Seriously Social Issues in Canadian Sport - New Edition.
By: Peter Donnelly. This book is a unique collection of primarily Canadian readings in sport and recreation. It is an invaluable resource for students, practitioners, and laypersons interested in the Taking sport seriously book and prospects of sport and recreation in Canada. COVID Resources.
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Taking Sports Seriously took me a very long time to read. It is pages, but I enjoyed reading it so much that I wanted to take my time reading each chapter (besides Chapter 4) and actually reflect on many of Standen’s controversial statements.
Reading the book made me reconsider many of my stances on various sports law related issues. For Standen, the crux of mending the social ills of sport lies in taking sports seriously, rather than carelessly.
He writes, “our carelessness about the rules of sport has yielded predictable results: our sports landscape is littered with problems, misbehaviors, bad incentives, misunderstandings.
Taking sports seriously would require the same level of care. Sports has never received this kind of attention, and it needs it. Not because sports is big business. Lots of industries are huge, but they’re not the focus of scores of books and magazines, dedicated newspaper sections File Size: KB.
Taking sporting autobiographies seriously as an analytical and pedagogical resource in sport, exercise and health Article (PDF Available) in Qualitiative Research in Sport 8(2) December. Seven postulates about youth sport activities that lead to continued participation and elite performance.
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Taking Sport Seriously: Social Issues in Canadian Sport Paperback – Jan. 31 by Peter Donnelly (Editor)/5(2). Yet taking sport seriously seems a contradiction in terms. All sport, however much it has been commodified, regularised and organised, is in the end just a complex form of play.
Calculated by the stern and quantifiable metrics of utility, efficiency and safety, sports are a nonsense.
Taking Sport Seriously: Social Issues in Canadian Sport is a unique collection of primary Canadian readings in sport and recreation for students and teachers at.
Gorn’s “Taking Sports Seriously”. In an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education published fifteen years ago, Elliot Gorn and co-author Michael Oriard explain why academics should take sports seriously: “ Despite the obvious importance of sports in American life, only a small number of American academics have made a specialty.
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I'm not a big sports fan, never have been. The occasional Chiefs football game is okay, but nothing more. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying sports are stupid, they're not.
But. When people devote their lives to it, well that just tickles me funny. Especially like ESPN when the sportscasters are being so intense like it matters "And now, (insert name) is getting a batting average!". To David Goldblatt You seem to be saying that we must take sports seriously but you seem to forget that sport is being taken seriously a long time ago in several parts of the world, and I dare to say, even in England.
There are several academic publications on the issue, from several perspectives: sociology, management, pedagogy, etc, etc. In high school, I played sports year round, but a different sport each season.
Fall was for tennis, winter swimming, and spring, lacrosse. The diversity kept us in check: Just as we got serious. I’ve had this discussion several times, mostly with intellectuals who considered sports culture to be particularly low-brow and an example of the human capacity to assign meaning to trivial matters.
My argument has always been the same; sports tea. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: sport. Sports. Local Sports; Taking cookbook contest judging seriously Local columns.
not only for the Annual Thanksgiving Cook Book but many other cooking contest events in our.We should take the sport seriously: it is our pride and honor at stake. We should not however take it too seriously, to the extent of fighting over it.
Mlungisi Sisulu, South Africa. Fans get all seriously hyped up and excited when a major tournament is approaching. We All Take Sports Too Seriously Colin Linneweber Senior Writer I J Comments. Seemingly since I began utilizing my legs to walk, I have been an enormous sports Author: Colin Linneweber.