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Sport, Leisure and Social Relations (RLE Sports Studies)


When this book was first published the study of sport had been largely neglected by sociologists. The contributions to this volume bring the sports field, the leisure centre and everyday leisure ac



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Sport, Leisure and Social Relations (RLE Sports Studies)


When this book was first published the study of sport had been largely neglected by sociologists. The contributions to this volume bring the sports field, the leisure centre and everyday leisure ac