The Anthropology of Sport

The Anthropology of Sport

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This volume presents the theory, history, practice and institution of sport, demonstrating its influences on human culture. It argues that sport in America, as in many countries, is a mixture of big business, popular culture and potent politics.What are the forces underlying the evolutionary development of sport behavior? What were the earliest forms of human sport? These are archeological questions, and one might wish for simple answers: the excitement of Howard Carteranbsp;...

Title:The Anthropology of Sport
Author: Kendall Blanchard
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 1995-01-01

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