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Sociology of Sport in "la Francophonie"


Sociology of Sport in "la Francophonie"

Harvey, Jean and Rail, Geneviève (1995) Sociology of Sport in "la Francophonie". Sociology of Sport Journal, 12 (2). pp. 119-120. ISSN 0741-1235

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This article focuses on the June 1995 issue of the "Sociology of Sport Journal." The task associated with this special issue is more complicated than it appears at first sight. It implies more than translating, since in addition to the language barrier a cultural barrier must be overcome. In fact, several factors have to be considered when publishing research papers written in another language, especially when they are inspired by works that have already been translated. Obviously, this special issue is intended not to solve difficulties but rather to raise awareness about them and contribute to the discipline by allowing a confrontation of readings specific to different scholarly spaces within sociology of sport. Some of the ideas conveyed here might appear inadequate or simply wrong to some readers. If that is the case, this issue will have From a thematic point of view, the feature articles are a good illustration of a number of issues central to French-language sociology of sport communities.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Simone de Beauvoir Institute
Item Type:Article
Authors:Harvey, Jean and Rail, Geneviève
Journal or Publication:Sociology of Sport Journal
Date:June 1995
ID Code:6336
Deposited On:10 Sep 2009 19:02
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:28
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Additional Information:Guest Editors: Jean Harvey and Geneviève Rail.
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