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László Péter

REFERENCES Anderson, E. (2008). I Used to Think Women Were Week: Orthodox Masculinity, Gender Segregation, and Sport. Sociological Forum , 23(2): 257-280. Archetti, E.P. (1999). Masculinities. Football, Polo and the Tango in Argentina. Oxford-New York: Berg. Connell, RW; Messerchmidt, J.W. (2005). Hegemonic Masculinity Rethinking the Concept. Gender and Society , 19(6): 829-859. Connell, RW (1983). Which Way is Up? Essays on Sex. Class, and Culture . Sidney: George Allen & Unwin. Connell, RW (1990). An Iron Man: The Body and

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Jean-Claude Kaufmann

References Beck, U. (2001) La société du risque. Sur la voie d’une autre modernité . Paris: Aubier. Bromberger, C. (1998) (éd.) Passions ordinaires : du match de football au concours de dictée . Paris: Bayard. Dumont, L. (1983) Essais sur l’individualisme. Une perspective anthropologi que sur l’idéologie modern . Paris: Le Seuil. Ehrenberg, A. (1998) La fatigue d’être soi. Dépression et société . Paris: Odile Jacob. Giddens, A. (1987) La constitution de la société. Eléments de la théorie de la structuration . Paris: PUF

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Pierre-Emmanuel Sorignet

. Paris : Fayard. Peterson, Richard A. et Albert Simkus. 1992. How musical tastes mark occupational status groups. Pp. 152–186 in Cultivating Differences. Symbolic Boundaries and the Making of Inequality, édité par Michèle Lamont et Marcel Fournier. Chicago : The University of Chicago Press. Rannou, Janine et Ionela Roharic. 2006. Les danseurs, un métier d’engagement. Paris : La Documentation française. Renahy, Nicolas. 2001. Football et représentation territoriale : un club amateur dans un village ouvrier. Ethnologie française 31(4) : 707

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Bryan S. Turner

breed of telecommunication billionaires who turn to politics to protect their empires. The result is a problematic mixture of football, mass media, spectacle and political intrigue. Alongside the financialisation of the state and ‘cassino capitalism’ ( Strange, 1986 ), the passive consumer citizen is an appropriate figure in a world of political entertainment or ‘videocracy’ ( Stille, 2010 ). 8 Conclusion: The Entertainment Society In the United States and Great Britain, citizenship and welfare were profoundly changed by the neoliberal revolution of the late