International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 58, 2023, No. 1


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Representations of race/ethnicity and the nation: A content analysis of televised Polish international football
Arne van Liendenand and Jacco van Sterkenburg

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Racist Stacking in Professional Soccer in Germany
Tina Nobis and Felicia Lazaridou

Black male college athlete identity: A scoping review
Jonathan E. Howe

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Theorising painkiller (mis)use in football using Bourdieu’s practice theory and physical capital
Daniel Read, Aaron C.T. Smith, and James Skinner

‘If you haven’t got the contacts … you have no choice’: A figurational examination of unpaid work in football scouting in men’s professional football in England
Jacob Griffiths and Daniel Bloyce

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The meaning of democracy in an era of good governance: Views of representation and their implications for board composition
Cecilia Stenling, Josef Fahlén, Anna-Maria Strittmatter, and Eivind Å. Skille

Corruption in sports: Lessons from Montenegro
Marko Begović

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Mondains and oblates. Body trajectories in high-level sport
Philippe Longchamp, Marion Braizaz, Amal Tawfik, and Kevin Toffel

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Sport, gender, and national interest during the Olympics: A comparative analysis of media representations in Central and Eastern Europe
Dunja Antunovic and Sunčica Bartoluci

Examining the fabrics of match-fixing: The underground sport betting system
Chien-Chun Tzeng and Fabien Ohl

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Female elite sports achievements in Iran. The Case of the First Olympic Medalist
Ali Ziaee, Jacco van Sterkenburg, and Ivo van Hilvoorde

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