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Indigenous People, Race Relations and Australian Sport

ISBN: 9780415582698 | 0415582695
Edition: 1st
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Routledge
Pub. Date: 8/14/2013

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The Indigenous peoples of Australia have a proud history of participation and the achievement of excellence in Australian sport. Historically, Australian sport provided a rare and important social context in which Indigenous Australians could engage with and participate in non-Indigenous society. Today, Indigenous Australian people in sport continue to provide important points of reference around which national public dialogue about racial and cultural relations in Australia takes place. Yet much of the media coverage of these issues and almost all of the academic interest concerning Indigenous people and Australian sport is constructed from non-Indigenous perspectives. With a few notable exceptions, the racial and cultural implications of Australian sports as viewed from an Indigenous Australian Studies perspective remains understudied. The media coverage and academic discussion of Indigenous people and Australian sport is largely constructed within the context of Anglo-Australian nationalist discourse, and becomes most emphasised when reporting on aspects of #xE2;#xAC;#xDC;racial and cultural#xE2;#xAC;" explanations of Indigenous sporting excellence and failures associated anomalous behaviour. This book investigates the many ways that Indigenous Australians have engaged with Australian sports and the racial and cultural readings that have been associated with these engagements. Questions concerning the importance that sport plays in constructions of Australian indigeneities and the extent to which these have been maintained as marginal to Australian national identity are the central critical themes of this book. This book was published as a special issue of Sport in Society.


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