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The development of the academic sub-discipline sociology of sport over the past 15 years, while noteworthy in many respects, has been characterized by a noticeable disinterest in an applied perspective. In this essay, arguments which support the initiation of such a research paradigm are...
A myth is a symbolic structure which expresses moral and aesthetic values; it is the realm through which ultimate reality is mediated to man. Ernst Cassirer notes that one of the central qualities of a myth is its social nature, and social myth since the Greeks has been a mixing of the mythic...
Based upon a sample of the three NCAA basketball divisions and information gathered from the NBA it is apparent that patterns of leadership and racial discrimination may be accounted for by the centrality hypothesis. Specifically it was found that 1. Players occupying the position of guard are...
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