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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Law and Morality in Counterstrike
Author Thiborg, Jesper ; Carlsson, Bo
Date 2010
English abstract
This article uses David Fraser’s work on law and cricket as a departure point. His analysis of the relationship between law, popular culture and everyday life is inspiring and contributes to a socio-legal understanding of law and morality as well as society and its cultural development in general. Cricket, no doubt, is closely connected with the British Empire, with parliamentarianism, modernity, cultural identity, heritage, fair play and the sportsmanship of 19th-century ideals and virtues; but it is also closely associated with rule violations, commercialization and commodification, as is modern sport in general. The focus of this article, which departs from Fraser’s approach, will be on a computer game; that is, a game that, at least hypothetically, is related to globalization, networks, post-modernity, youth, lifestyles and moral pluralism.
Link http://go.warwick.ac.uk/eslj/issues/volume8/number... (external link to publication)
Publisher The University of Warwick
Host/Issue Entertainment and Sport Law Journal;2
Volume 8
ISSN 1748-944X
Language eng (iso)
Subject eSport
Cricket
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::LAW/JURISPRUDENCE::Other law::Jurisprudence
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Sociology::Sociology of Law
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