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Take a survey of the historical and socio cultural sweep of tennis exploring key themes from governance development and social inclusion to national identity and the role of the media It is presented in Routledge Handbook eBook #204 three parts historical developments culture and representations and politics and soc.

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Routledge Handbook of Tennis

Ial issues and features contributions by leading tennis scholars from North America Europe Asia and AustraliaThe most authoritative book published to date on the history culture and politics of tennis this is an essential reference for any course or program examining the history sociology politics or culture of spor.

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Tennis is one of the world's most popular sports as levels of participation and spectatorship demonstrate  Moreover tennis has always been one of the world's most significant sports expressing crucial fractures of social class gender sexuality race and ethnicity both on and off courtThis is the first book to under.


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    Shortlisted for the North American Society of Sports History Prize for the Best Edited Collection in Sports Hist