The Roots of Football Hooliganism (RLE Sports Studies)

The Roots of Football Hooliganism (RLE Sports Studies)

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This systematic historical and sociological study of the phenomenon of football hooliganism examines the history of crowd disorderliness at association football matches in Britain and assesses both popular and academic explanations of the problem. The authorsa€™ study starts in the 1880s, when professional football first emerged in its modern form, charting the pre and inter-war periods and revealing that Englanda€™s World Cup triumph formed a watershed. The changing social composition of football crowds and the changing class structure of British society is discussed and the genesis of modern football hooliganism is explained by tracing it to the cultural conditions and circumstances which reproduce in young working-class males an interest in a publicly expressed aggressive masculine style.Between 1920 and 1938, government employment alone increased by 27 per cent.25 In that period, furthermore, proportional changes were occurring within the broad category of manual workers in favour of those ... ironandradio, one in sevenavacuum cleaner and electric cooker andone infifty a refrigeratorandwashing machinea#39;.20 Comparable changes occurred in theinterwar yearsinthe fieldof leisure.

Title:The Roots of Football Hooliganism (RLE Sports Studies)
Author: Eric Dunning, Patrick J. Murphy, John Williams
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-04-24

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