Fifa (Federation Internationale de Football Association): The Men, the Myths and the Money

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In this book, the history and underlying political dynamics characterizing the growth of FIFA and its relationships with global-regional federations and international associations are detailed in a helpful and concise introduction.
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ISBN-13: 9780415498302
ISBN-10: 0415498309
Pagini: 206
Ilustrații: 4 b/w images, 21 tables and 4 line drawings
Dimensiuni: 145 x 218 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge


1. Introduction  2. Origins: History and Development of FIFA  3. Leaders: FIFA and the Men Who Led It  4. World Cups: FIFA’s Exclusive Product  5. How FIFA Works  6. FIFA Crises and the Critical Response  7. FIFA’s Future: Emerging Issues and Future Directions

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Alan Tomlinson is Professor of Leisure Studies at the University of Brighton. His most recent roles have been Director of Research & Development (Social Sciences) and Director of Postgraduate Studies (Arts). His research interests are in the sociology and socio-cultural study of sport and leisure cultures and the sociology of consumption, in particular the politics and culture of the sport spectacle. Recent books include the Dictionary of Sports Studies (Oxford University Press), The World Atlas of Sport (Myriad/New Internationalist), Watching the Olympics: Politics, Power and Representation (Routledge, edited with John Sugden), and Understanding Sport: A socio-cultural study, Second Edition (Routledge, co-author with John Horne, Garry Whannel, and Kath Woodward).