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How Soccer Explains the World

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Casting soccer as a metaphor representative of today's world issues, an analysis of the sport's reflection of history as well as its modern influence identifies commonalities between tribalism and globalization, explaining how such factors as terrorism, poverty, racism, and religion contribute to how the game is played today
Subtitel
An Unlikely Theory of Globalization
Auteur
FOER, FRANKLIN
Taal
English
Uitgever
Harper Perennial Edition
Bindwijze
Paperback
Druk
Kwaliteit
Zeer Goed
Jaar
2005
Aantal pagina's
261
Gesigneerd
Nee
ISBN
9780060731427
Jubileum-/Jaarboek
Nee
Extra informatie
Eigenaar
Sportboek
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How Soccer Explains The World. An Unlikely Theory Of Globalization. Casting soccer as a metaphor representative of today’s world issues, an analysis of the sport’s reflection of history as well as its modern influence identifies commonalities between tribalism and globalization, explaining how such factors as terrorism, poverty, racism, and religion contribute to how the game is played today

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