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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Horne, professeur de sociologie); Wolfram Manzenreiter
|Description:||XVII-219 p. ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||1. Introduction Section One: Political Economy 2. Staging the Finals 3. Governing Bodies in World Football 4. The Political Economy of the World Cup Section Two: Football in Korea and Japan 5. The Development in Football in Japan 6. The Development of Football in Korea 7. Korean Football at the Crossroads: A View from Inside Section Three: Football Fandom / Contestation 8. Gender and Football Fandom in Japan 9. Japanese Football: Following the Local and the National Team 10. Koreans and Football in Japan Section Four: Sport Spectacles, Mega Events and the Leisure State 11. The Political, Economic, and Diplomatic Significance of the 2002 Finals 12. The Mass Media and Football in Japan|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Horne and Wolfram Manzenreiter.|
""Japan, Korea and the 2002 World Cup provides a great deal of useful information on the development of sports in Korea and Japan and on the background of the World Cup."-Journal of Japanese Studies