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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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Daniela Kušnierová

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Stefan Groth and Yonca Krahn

, and Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati, eds. 2013. Second Skin: Körper, Kleidung, Religion. Göttingen: V&R. Giulianotti, Richard and Gary Armstrong. 1997. Introduction: Reclaiming the Game – An Introduction to the Anthropology of Football. – Entering the Field: New Perspectives on World Football, edited by Gary Armstrong and Richard Giulianotti. Oxford: Berg, 1–29. Goffman, Erving. 1974. Das Individuum im öffentlichen Austausch. Mikrostudien zur öffentlichen Ordnung . Frankfurt: Suhrkamp. Gopinath, Sumanth and Jason Stanyek. 2013. Tuning the Human Race

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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