The sociology of sport and the quest for peace in societies in conflict: between idealism and fatalism

John Sugden

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Abstract

This chapter draws upon research and practicle experience in sport-based conflict resolutions programmes in the Middle East and Northern Ireland to articulate a theory and method for peace building through sport in deeply divided societes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCommunity and inclusion in leisure research and sport development
EditorsAarti Ratna, Brett Lasua
Place of PublicationEastbourne, UK
PublisherLeisure Studies Association
Pages1-19
Number of pages19
Volume114
ISBN (Print)9781905369256
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2011

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    Sugden, J. (2011). The sociology of sport and the quest for peace in societies in conflict: between idealism and fatalism. In A. Ratna, & B. Lasua (Eds.), Community and inclusion in leisure research and sport development (Vol. 114, pp. 1-19). Leisure Studies Association. http://www.leisure-studies-association.info/LSAWEB/NewTitle/114.html