By Noel Dyck
Noel Dyck comprises approximately twenty years of ethnographic box learn into this anthropologically trained account that illustrates how all these fascinated with kid's sports—boys and women, mom and dad, coaches, and game officials—shape those advanced, shiny fields of play. within the method, he explores greater questions and debates approximately modern kinfolk and neighborhood and the shaping of formative years, formative years, and maturity. Bridging anthropology, activity reviews, and adolescence experiences, Fields of Play deals a wealthy knowing of a space that has, thus far, won really little awareness through social scientists.
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Fields of Play: An Ethnography of Children's Sports (Teaching Culture: UTP Ethnographies for the Classroom) by Noel Dyck