German Football: History, Culture, Society and the World Cup by Alan Tomlinson, Christopher Young
By Alan Tomlinson, Christopher Young
This topical ebook presents unheard of research of football's place in post-war and post-reunification Germany.
The professional group of German and British contributors offers wide-ranging perspectives on the importance of soccer in German wearing and cultural existence, exhibiting the way it has emerged as a spotlight for an expression of German nationwide id and delight within the post-war era.
Some of the topics tested include:
- footballing expressions of neighborhood, nearby and nationwide identity
- ethnic dynamics, migrant populations and Europeanization
- German football’s advertisement economy
- women’s football.
Key moments within the heritage of German soccer also are explored, reminiscent of the victories in 1954, 1972 and 1990, the founding of the Bundesliga, and the profitable bid for the 2006 global Cup.
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