|aThe Sports process :|ba comparative and developmental approach /|cEric G. Dunning, Joseph A. Maguire, Robert E. Pearton, editors.
|aChampaign, IL :|bHuman Kinetics Publishers,|cc1993.
|axiii, 321 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tThe sociology of sport in the ancient world /|rPeter C. McIntosh --|tSport in the civilising process: aspects of the development of modern sport /|rEric Dunning --|tThe Victorian cult of the family and the early years of female sport /|rJennifer Hargreaves --|tThe critique of sport in modernity: theorising power, culture, and the politics of the body /|rRichard Gruneau --|tThe diffusion of sports and the problem of cultural imperialism /|rAllen Guttmann --|tSport in developing countries /|rKlaus Heinemann --|tInternational aspects of sport in Latin America: perceptions, prospects, and proposals /|rJoseph L. Arbena --|tThe industrialisation of the United States and the 'Bourgeoisification' of American sport /|rAlan Ingham and Robert Beamish --|tAmerican football, British society, and global sport development /|rJoseph Maguire --|tSport in capitalist and socialist countries: a Western perspective /|rJames Riordan --|tSport, politics, and South Africa (1948-1989) /|rGrant Jarvie --|tSport and the economy: a developmental perspective /|rBero Rigauer.