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From The Back Page To The Front Room

Author : Roger Domeneghetti
ISBN : 9781783015580
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"e;The media dominates our lives. Sport dominates the media. Football dominates the sports media."e; If we're not watching the beautiful game on television, then we're listening to it on the radio. If we're not reading about it, then we're tweeting about it. If we're not betting in-play, then we're pretending to be football managers. We can access goals from every corner of the globe whenever and wherever we want, yet by comparison few of us watch a match live. From the Back Page to the Front Room explains how football and the media have become indistinguishable, fundamentally altering fans' relationship with the game in the process. Starting in the days of folk football, Roger Domeneghetti traces the sport's journey through early newspapers, radio, newsreels, the growth of televised football and on into the internet age. Along the way he explores the impact this powerful partnership has had on our culture and society. Based on exhaustive research and exclusive interviews with key figures including Greg Dyke, Henry Winter, Jacqui Oatley, Jonathan Wilson and Hope Powell, From the Back Page to the Front Room is a fascinating account of how football and the media helped each other dominate modern life. It is also a window into a world where we can now watch on our phones what once barely merited a few lines in the Press.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Blizzard The Football Quarterly Issue Twenty Six

Author : Jonathan Wilson
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Genre : Sports & Recreation
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First published in September 2017, Issue Twenty Six contains 23 articles in 7 sections, including Simon Hughes on what fan-owned clubs say about alienation from the Premier League, Priya Ramesh on how Dirk Kuyt helped Feyenoord end an 18-year drought, Manoj Narayan on why last season's champions are facing relegation in a shake-up of Indian football, and Philippe Auclair, Jonathan Northcroft, Tim Vickery and Brian Oliver, among others, look at their favourite stadiums.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Advertising In Tourism And Leisure

Author : Nigel Morgan
ISBN : 9781136430558
Genre : Business & Economics
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'Advertising in Leisure and Tourism' brings together the current thinking in this area, via extensive international case studies, to provide a critical appraisal of the potential of advertising in leisure and tourism. Arranged in three parts, the book introduces the role of advertising, evaluating its relationship within other aspects of tourism and leisure marketing; the techniques used: advertising a range of products to key market segments; and new strategic directions in advertising. It focuses on the new destination marketing strategy of branding and assesses the relationship between advertising and other increasing important areas of promotion, including sponsorship, ambient marketing and sales promotion. Advertising and marketing professionals in the leisure industries and undergraduates on marketing-related modules in tourism, leisure and hospitality courses will find this an invaluable text. Since the case studies are drawn from an international field, readers will be able to assess best practice from a variety of sources and countries. Dr Nigel Morgan is Principal Lecturer in Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism and Annette Pritchard is Senior Lecturer at School of Leisure and Tourism, at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
Category: Business & Economics

When He Came Home

Author : Roxanne Rustand
ISBN : 9781459226647
Genre : Fiction
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Dr. Jill Edwards's husband has come home to Blackberry Hill—just not home to her. Jill and Grant have been separated for over a year now, and while both agree it was for the best, neither has quite been able to start official divorce proceedings. Just knowing Grant is back in town is confusing and painful and—dare she say it?—hopeful. Grant returns to Blackberry Hill with plenty of reservations. With his father in the hospital, Grant is left to pick up the pieces of his law practice. And his marriage? Grant fears those pieces are scattered too far to be reassembled. And yet he can't seem to stay away from Jill. It's a vicious cycle that he can't break…until one night changes everything.
Category: Fiction

Fanatics

Author : Adam Brown
ISBN : 9781134677283
Genre : Art
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Embracing studies of football fans across Europe, this book tackles questions of power, national and regional identities, and race and racism, highlighting the changing role of fans in the game. Combining new approaches to the study of fan culture with critical assessments of the commercialization of the game, this fascinating book offers a comprehensive and timely examination of the state of European football supporters culture as the game prepares itself for the next millennium. The contributors, all leading figures in sports studies, consider: * whether football remains the peoples game, or if it is now run entirely by and for club owners and directors who have overseen the flotation of clubs on the stock exchange, a new focus on merchandising and the escalation of players salaries * the role of FIFA and UEFA in the struggle for control of world football * manifestations of racism and extreme nationalism in football, from the English medias xenophobic coverage of Euro 96 to the demonisation of Eric Cantona * media representations of national identity in football coverage in Germany, France and Spain * the interplay of national, religious and club identities among fans in England, Scotland, Ireland, Portugal and Scandinavia * the role of the law in regulating football * the future for supporters at a time when watching the match is more likely to mean turning on the television than going to a football ground.
Category: Art

Sports Sponsorship And Marketing Communications

Author : Wim Lagae
ISBN : 0273687069
Genre : Business & Economics
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Sports Sponsorship and Marketing Communications concentrates primarily on the objectives of marketing communication of brands that invest in sport sponsoring and how sponsors can utilise sport sponsoring to achieve brand and sales-related objectives. This book provides a truly European approach to this emerging field and provides the reader with a very clear link between marketing communications theory and the practicalities of sports sponsorship. This book is written for any students studying sports marketing, sports management, physical education or broader marketing courses. The book also aims to reach professionals in this field.
Category: Business & Economics

When Harriet Came Home

Author : Coleen Kwan
ISBN : 9781426892479
Genre : Fiction
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After ten years of exile, Harriet Brown is back in town. Things have definitely changed, but so has she. Now the confident owner of a catering business, she's no longer the shy, overweight girl everyone—including her hot teenage crush—used to ignore. In fact, she's determined to make peace with Adam Blackstone for her part in exposing his father's secret affairs and corrupt behavior as mayor. But Adam has changed as well. No longer a pampered, rich pinup boy, he just wants to reestablish his family's good name. He reluctantly agrees to a truce with Harriet, and is surprised by how changed she is. He doesn't want to be drawn to her, but he can't seem to resist her allure. As Harriet struggles to come to terms with her past, her adolescent infatuation with Adam morphs into something more serious... Will she ever be accepted again? Or will ancient history ruin the chance of a future full of possibilities? 52,000 words
Category: Fiction

When Football Went To War

Author : Todd Anton
ISBN : 9781600788451
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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More than any other sport, professional football contributed fighting men to the battles of World War II, and the 22 or so players or former players that lost their lives are among the riveting stories told in this tribute to football's war heroes that spans many decades and military conflicts. The National Football League counts three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients among its honors, along with numerous Silver Stars, Distinguished Flying Crosses, and Purple Hearts. When Football Went to War offers a ground-breaking look at football—college and professional football alike—and many of the wartime heroes who came off the field of play to fight for their country. Detailed biographies of those who gave their lives are supplemented by many other stories of wartime heroism, from World War I through to Pat Tillman's tragic death in the Global War on Terrorism. Football has become the most popular sport in America and this heartfelt book honors the many sacrifices of NFL athletes over the years in service of their country.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Elizabeth Island

Author : Joyce Marshall
ISBN : 9781456877934
Genre : Fiction
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A gripping, suspenseful mystery is about to unfold in the pages of author Joyce Marshall’s riveting whodunit. Accompany the characters in Elizabeth Island, where the beauty and calmness of nature clashes with the anxiety and sentiments of its denizens. C. J. Connor lost her beloved husband and son in a ruthless and senseless robbery at their ocean front home. After the terrible tragedy, she finds that she can no longer live in the house that she once loved so much. The memories are just too painful. Searching for a new perspective on her life, she feels compelled to leave everything behind and flee to the peace and serenity of the family beach house. On her way there, she is strangely drawn to a small beach town and a unique 19th century mansion which has been turned into a bed and breakfast inn. The mansion also happens to be the home of two incredible ghosts. C. J. meets the first ghost, Serena Stockton, a short time after arriving on Elizabeth Island. Serena tells C. J. that she was murdered, and that they share a psychic connection. The second ghost is the resident ghost who has been haunting the mansion for more than 100 years. The ghosts befriend C. J. and become her guide and protector. Thus, begins an adventure that leads her on a frightening and dangerous mission as she uncovers the many secrets hidden within the mansion and discovers the truth behind the murders of her husband and child. Elizabeth Island is the story of betrayal, greed, love, hate, revenge, and redemption.
Category: Fiction