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"Hockey and the Politics of Culture" - An Analysis
Analysis of a chapter in Gruneau and Whitson's "Hockey Night in Canada: Sport, Identities and Cultural Politics."
# 131574 | 1,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (Sports) , Sport (General)


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This paper provides an analysis of the first chapter in Gruneau and Whitson's book "Hockey Night in Canada: Sport, Identities and Cultural Politics." The chapter is entitled "Hockey and the Politics of Culture," and offers the reader an introduction to the subject of hockey and the politics of culture. According to the paper, the organizing theme of the chapter appears to be to wrestle with the key question: "What has hockey got to do with culture?" The authors do not definitively answer this question. However, they do offer an excellent overview of the various ways in which we can approach the question.

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"Chapter 1 of Gruneau and Whitson's Hockey Night in Canada: Sport, Identities and Cultural Politics is entitled "Hockey and the Politics of Culture," and offers the reader an introduction to the subject of hockey and the politics of culture. The organizing theme of the chapter appears to be to wrestle with the key question: "What has hockey got to do with culture?" The authors do not definitively answer this question. However, they do offer an excellent overview of the various ways in which we can approach the question."

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