Huliganlandskapet : medier, våld och maskuliniteter

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Publication Doctoral Thesis
Title Huliganlandskapet : medier, våld och maskuliniteter
Author(s) Radmann, Aage
Date 2013
English abstract
The purpose of the dissertation is to understand and explain how the narrative image of the Swedish hooligan and hooliganism is created and recreated in various (media) descriptions. The dissertation consists of four articles and one summarising chapter. Analysis of different types of media and in-depth interviews constitute the source material for the study, which provides new insights into Swedish hooligan culture. One important conclusion of the study is that hooliganism is understood differently depending on the beholder’s position in the hooligan landscape. The dissertation also demonstrates how various media narratives have had a decisive function in the rise, expansion and manifestation of Swedish hooligan culture.
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Publisher Malmö högskola, Fakulteten för lärande och samhälle
Series/Issue Malmö Studies in Sport Sciences;13
ISSN 1652-3180
ISBN 9789186295349
Pages 129
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) idrottsvåld
huliganism
media
maskulinitet
fotbollskultur
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Included papers
  1. “The New Media and Hooliganism. Constructing Media Identities”. Publicerad i We love to hate each other: mediated football fan culture, ed. Thore Roksvold, and Roy Krøvel (Gothenburg: Nordicom, 2012), 171-188

  2. ”Att äga en (huligan) berättelse. Mediers konstruktion av fotbollsvåld”. Publicerad i Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum 3 (2012), 97-120. www.sportstudies.org

  3. “Hooligans: nice guys or the last alpha males? A study of football supporters’ self-image” (Submitted, Soccer & Society)

  4. ”Hit and tell – Swedish hooligan narratives”. (Accepted with minor revisions, Sport in Society)

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