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by Donna J. Barbie

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ISBN:
0786464941
Author:
Donna J. Barbie
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mcfarland (May 21, 2012)
Pages:
224 pages
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The essays in this book arise from the premise that Tiger Woods is not simply a phenomenal player but is also an Everyman who has displayed all-too-human foibles and weaknesses.

The essays in this book arise from the premise that Tiger Woods is not simply a phenomenal player but is also an Everyman who has displayed all-too-human foibles and weaknesses. The first half of the collection focuses on Tiger’s superman game and how he has affected, and been affected by, the golfing world. Works on the sport that examine this supreme golfer cannot capture the full significance of the Tiger Woods phenomenon, however. Unlike many other talented athletes, Woods has transcended his sport, becoming a cultural icon.

The Tiger Woods Phenomenon: Essays on the Cultural Impact of Golf's Fallible Superman

The Tiger Woods Phenomenon: Essays on the Cultural Impact of Golf's Fallible Superman.

Автор: Barbie Donna J. Название: The Tiger Woods Phenomenon: Essays on the Cultural Impact of Golf& Fallible Superman ISBN .

Описание: The essays in this book arise from the premise that Tiger Woods is not simply a phenomenal player but is also an Everyman who has displayed all-too-human foibles and weaknesses. The first half of the collection focuses on Tiger's superman game and how he has affected, and been affected by, the golfing world.

Tiger's career is now wedgeable into two distinct pockets: the one before the academics descended, and the one since.

The Tiger Woods Phenomenon: Essays on the Cultural Impact of Golf's Fallible Superman. 1, 4-5, by: Yaron Steinbuch, et. al. "DUI OF THE TIGER: Woods hits rock bottom". May 30 2017, Vol. 216, Iss. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2012. Film Biographies (1). The Tiger Woods Story (1998).

The Tiger Woods Phenomenon. Essays on the Cultural Impact of Golf's Fallible Superman. The essays in this book arise from the premise that Tiger Woods is not simply a phenomenal player but is also an Everyman who has displayed all-too-human foibles and weaknesses.

Rubrics: Golfers United States Golf Social aspects.

Tiger Woods is a 2018 biography of professional golfer Tiger Woods written by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian. It is the second book co-authored by Benedict and Keteyian, who published The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big-Time College Football in 2013. Prior to writing the book, Benedict and Keteyian read over 20 books previously published about Woods' life, including Woods' own memoir, The 1997 Masters: My Story

The essays in this book arise from the premise that Tiger Woods is not simply a phenomenal player but is also an Everyman who has displayed all-too-human foibles and weaknesses. The first half of the collection focuses on Tiger's superman game and how he has affected, and been affected by, the golfing world. Works on the sport that examine this supreme golfer cannot capture the full significance of the Tiger Woods phenomenon, however. Unlike many other talented athletes, Woods has transcended his sport, becoming a cultural icon. In the second half of the book, scholars examine everyman Tiger, illustrating how his life reflects significant and often contentious issues within American culture and the world.