Football Fandom, Protest and Democracy

Supporter Activism in Turkey
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 8. Mai 2019
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  • 193 Seiten
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978-1-000-00171-6 (ISBN)
Football Fandom, Protest and Democracy offers an in-depth and inside approach to the socio-political history of football in Turkey, where fandom is often revered as part of the national identity, presenting the historical context for football events in the country. Based on original research, the book explores the complex political processes at play in modern Turkey and deepens our understanding of fandom, fan activism and protest movements, questioning all presuppositions about the society and football fandom in Turkey. In particular, it examines the role of football fans in the pro-democracy Gezi Protests of 2013, the history of football in Turkey, the sociology of middle-classes and the transformation of football in the country. Interdisciplinary in nature, this book is a valuable resource for scholars and students of sports sociology, popular culture studies, Turkish studies and media studies.
  • Englisch
  • Milton
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-000-00171-6 (9781000001716)
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Daghan Irak is Lecturer-Researcher at Aix-Marseille University, France teaching Geopolitics, History, Media and Popular Culture. He is also Research Fellow at the MediaLab of Sciences Po Paris, France. He previously worked as a live Commentator for Eurosport TV channel.
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Series Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Table of Contents
  • List of figures
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • 1. A socio-historical context of football in Turkey
  • Bibliography
  • 2. Football in the Ottoman Empire
  • Non-Muslim communities playing football in the Ottoman Empire
  • The first involvement of the Ottoman Turks in football
  • The Second Constitutional Period (1908-1923): The football of the nation
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • 3. Football in the new Republic of Turkey (1923-1960)
  • The early Republican period (1923-1933): The first steps
  • Single-party ruling (1933-1945): State versus football
  • The professional era
  • Note
  • Bibliography
  • 4. A new political paradigm (1960-1980)
  • Bibliography
  • 5. Hyper-commodification of football in Turkey
  • The national expansion of football (1960-1975)
  • The great transformation (1970-2002)
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • 6. Football during the AKP period (2002-)
  • The early years: Mayors in the business
  • Bas¸aks¸ehir: The club out of nowhere
  • Law No. 6222: The first cut is the deepest
  • The Passolig E-ticket scheme
  • Protests against the AKP in the stadiums
  • Match-fixing operation
  • Bibliography
  • 7. Gezi matters
  • A brief context of politics in Turkey
  • Turkish nationalism and ethnic cleavages
  • The genocide and the Armenian question
  • The Kurdish question
  • Secularism, Islamism and Alevism
  • Workers' movements and the radical left in Turkey
  • Social movements of the 2000s: Rise of the civil society
  • How to explain Gezi?
  • Who are the Gezi participants?
  • Composition and demands of the Gezi Movement
  • Why does Gezi matter?
  • Why does the social media matter?
  • Digital divide in Turkey
  • The digital cultural capital and information and communication technologies (ICT)
  • Turkey and the digital divide
  • How did the fans join the Gezi Movement?
  • Counter-strategy of the regime
  • Media control by the AKP
  • Controlling the justice system
  • Police violence
  • Note
  • Bibliography
  • 8. Virtually among the fans
  • Football as a political subject
  • Methodology
  • The match-fixing operation: Everybody has their own version
  • Stadiums given to the clubs by the government
  • Passolig: The big dilemma
  • Topics related to the Republican Doxa
  • Conclusion
  • Period-based research
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Conclusion
  • Index

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