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Post Fandom And The Millennial Blues: The Transformation Of Soccer Culture

Post Fandom And The Millennial Blues The Transformation Of Soccer Culture Soccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent generally male identity making In Post Fandom and the Millennial Blues Steve Redhead shows how this tradition of youth c

  • Title: Post Fandom And The Millennial Blues: The Transformation Of Soccer Culture
  • Author: Steve Redhead
  • ISBN: 9780415115285
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • Soccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent, generally male, identity making In Post Fandom and the Millennial Blues, Steve Redhead shows how this tradition of youth culture of fandom has been eroded in the last years of the twentieth century by the fleeting, style conscious allegiances inspired by television, films and music The cluSoccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent, generally male, identity making In Post Fandom and the Millennial Blues, Steve Redhead shows how this tradition of youth culture of fandom has been eroded in the last years of the twentieth century by the fleeting, style conscious allegiances inspired by television, films and music The clubs that young people follow are determined by advertising and popular music the games that they watch are brought to them by the globalized culture of television, as in the world cup staged in America even their fears of so called soccer hooliganism are determined by media engendered moral panics at a time when the phenomenon itself seems to be dying away.

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    About "Steve Redhead"

    1. Steve Redhead

      Steve Redhead is Professor of Cultural Studies in the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law at Flinders University,Adelaide, South Australia.

    456 Comments

    1. rather dated and quite irrelevant for the 2010s. Of course, this was writen before the advent of the Internet and a long time before the slump that fllowed the 2008 Crash. Its line of argument was fashionable in the mid 1990s but that's all there is to it


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