Sport, the Media and Ireland

Interdisciplinary Perspectives
 
 
Cork University Press
  • erschienen am 13. Mai 2020
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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Sport occupies a central position in Irish social and cultural life, yet has been relatively marginal within the academy. Significant research has been undertaken by individual scholars, and various important books have been published recently - for example Paul Rouse's Sport and Ireland; Mike Cronin et al.'s The GAA: A People's History; and Conor Curran's Irish Soccer Migrants. However, there are currently no collections or monographs devoted to the interrelationships between sport and media in an Irish context. This collection of essays redresses this gap. Drawing together scholars from across the humanities and social sciences, it argues that sport and sport media offer an invaluable lens through which to examine social and cultural change and continuity in Ireland. Chapters vary in focus from debates about sports broadcasting rights and the futures and interrelationships of national organisations like the GAA and RTÉ; to academic and journalist perspectives on women, media and sport in Ireland; to sport's representation in television and advertising. Chapters focusing on 'northern' emigrant footballers George Best, James McClean and Charlie O'Hagan, 'second generation' Irish fans of Irish sport media in Britain, and Irish fans of British based sport media highlight the roles of sport in the complexities of 'Irish' identity and its interplay with 'British' identity. In addition to examining the current 'state of play' of sports research in Ireland, our intention is that this book will become a key resource for future scholarship.

  • Englisch
  • Cork
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  • Irland
  • Reflowable
  • 2,77 MB
978-1-78205-394-1 (9781782053941)
weitere Ausgaben werden ermittelt
  • Intro
  • Half Title
  • Dedication
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Notes On Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction by Neil O'Boyle and Marcus Free
  • I. Historical Perspectives On The Interconnections Of Sport And The Media In Ireland
  • 1. Ex-professional Footballers and Sports Journalism: Charlie O'Hagan's careers as a migrant professional footballer and writer in the early twentieth century Conor Curran
  • 2. National Identity, Media and the Promotion of Gaelic Games John Connolly and Paddy Dolan
  • II. Sport And Representation In Television And Print Media
  • 3. Best on the Box: George Best, television and the making of celebrity Lance Pettitt
  • 4 The Lansdowne Road Riot of 1995: Ireland, the English far right and the media Mike Cronin
  • 5 The Mediatisation of the GAA's Commemoration of the 1916 Rising: 'A New Ireland rises'? Seán Crosson
  • 6 Seán CrossonFrom Team of Aliens to #TeamofUs: The evolution of Irish-rugby advertising, 2007-17 Colm Kearns
  • III. Women, Media And Sport In Ireland
  • 7 Media Sport, Women and Ireland: Seeing the wood for the trees Katie Liston and Mary O'Connor
  • 8 Undervalued and Underreported: The coverage of sportswomen in the Irish print media Ciarán Dunne
  • 9 'Top of the tree': Examining the Irish print-news portrayal of the world's best female amateur golfer Niamh Kitching and Ali Bowes
  • 10 Women, Media and Sport in Ireland: A round-table discussion Katie Liston
  • IV. Broadcasting And The Political Economy Of Sport
  • 11 The GAA and Sky Sports, 2014-17 Paul Rouse
  • 12 A Level Playing Field? Irish broadcast-sports rights and the decline of the national Roddy Flynn
  • V. Media, Geography And The Negotiation Of National And Local Identities
  • 13 'Talking broken biscuits': Irish Liverpool fans and The Anfield Wrap Ciarán Ryan
  • 14 'Feel the build-up, feel connected': Mediated sport and the second-generation-Irish audience in Britain Dan Dwyer
  • 15 James McClean's Poppy Protest and the Cultural Politics of Diasporic Non-assimilation Anthony P. McIntyre
  • Concluding Remarks Marcus Free and Neil O'Boyle
  • Endnotes
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Backcover

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