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ISBN:
1551930552
Author:
Richard Gruneau,David Whitson
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Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division (May 1, 2006)
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288 pages
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David Whitson and Richard Gruneau have long been known as two of the most sophisticated and insightful analysts of. .In 1993, Gruneau and Whitson published Hockey Night in Canada, a provocative analysis that rivals the best in any sport, anywhere, anytime

David Whitson and Richard Gruneau have long been known as two of the most sophisticated and insightful analysts of North American sport in general, and Canadian hockey in particular. In 1993, Gruneau and Whitson published Hockey Night in Canada, a provocative analysis that rivals the best in any sport, anywhere, anytime.

David Whitson is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He is co-author, with Richard Gruneau, of the widely acclaimed Hockey Night in Canada: Sport, Identities, and Cultural Politics (Garamond Press, 1993)

David Whitson is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He is co-author, with Richard Gruneau, of the widely acclaimed Hockey Night in Canada: Sport, Identities, and Cultural Politics (Garamond Press, 1993). Richard Gruneau is a Professor in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University. In addition to co-authoring Hockey Night in Canada, he is the author of Class, Sports, and Social Development (University of Massachusetts Press, 1983). Bibliographic Details.

Book Description: "Rev up that Zamboni.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. Book Description: "Rev up that Zamboni. Even the most hardened of hockey fans and critics will find something new inArtificial Ic. - Stephen Hardy, University of New Hampshire. eISBN: 978-1-4426-0313-4.

Published Under the Garamond ImprintArtificial Ice explores how hockey.

Gruneau and David Whitson, Hockey Night In Canada: Sport .

Gruneau and David Whitson, Hockey Night In Canada: Sport, Identities And Cultural Politics (Toronto: Garamond. A follow-up volume, Artificial Ice: Hockey, Culture, and Commerce, ed. Gruneau and Whitson. Change, Behaviour and Government Policy, in Richard S. Gruneau and John G. Albinson, ed. Canadian Sport: Sociological Perspectives (Don Mills, Ontario: Addison-Wesley, 1976), 249–258.

Whitson, David, and Gruneau, Richard, eds. Artificial Ice: Hockey, Culture, and Commerce. Toronto, ON, CAN: University of Toronto Press, Garamond Imprint, 2006.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Artificial Ice : Hockey, Culture, and Commerce. Even the most hardened of hockey fans and critics will find something new in Artificial Ic. University of Toronto Press. Gruneau, Richard, Whitson, David.

Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War Author(s): Wong, J. K. E. Published by: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division in 2009. Artificial Ice: Hockey, Culture, and Commerce Author(s): Gruneau, R. S. & Whitson, D. (Ed. Published by: University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division in 2006. Recommended Textbook: Canada's Game: Hockey and Identity Author(s): Andrew C. Holman.

Hockey, Culture, and Commerce. The book highlights profound social and cultural changes within hockey, as well as in the global market for sporting spectacles. Artificial Ice explores how hockey has moved from popular pastime to commercial entertainment product, and one struggling to maintain its stature in the North American entertainment market. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by Garamond Press.

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Artificial Ice explores how hockey has moved from popular pastime to commercial entertainment product, and one struggling to maintain its stature in the North American entertainment market. Contributors to Artificial Ice discuss the changing character of "major league" sports in North America, the strategic mistakes of the NHL in trying to enlarge its US presence, the importance of television to the economics of sports today, and the role of luxury sports facilities in the new "downtown" economy. The book highlights profound social and cultural changes within hockey, as well as in the global market for sporting spectacles.