Football, Politics and Society

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Aumeier, H. & Claus, R.: On Football, Türkiyemspor and its struggle against homophobia.

Brentin, D. (2014, October 15). More than a game? Again? On the seemingly perpetual football-related violence in the Balkans. Balkans in Europe Policy Blog

Brentin, D. (2014). ‘Now you see who is a friend and who an enemy’ – Sport as an ethno-political identity tool in post-socialist Croatia. Südosteuropa, 62(2), 187-207.

Brentin, D. (2013, June 30). The Nation’s Most Holy Institution: football and the construction of Croatian national identity, OpenDemocracy

Brentin, D., Galijaš, A. & Paić, H. (2014). Introduction: Football and Society, Südosteuropa, 62(2), 95-98 .

Brentin, D. (2013). ‘A lofty battle for the Nation’. The Social Roles of Sport in Tuđman’s Croatia. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 16(8), 993-1008.

Brunßen, P. (2015). Ein Jahr HoGeSa: Geburtstag ohne Randale. Transparent – Magazin für Fußball und Fankultur, (15), 48–51.

Dorsey, J. (forthcoming 2016). Rooted in History: The Politics of Soccer in the Middle East and North Africa. In Cakmak, C. (Ed.). Making of Arab Spring: Assessing Role of Civil Society through Cases of Innovative Activism. Palgrave.

Dorsey, J. (forthcoming 2016). Soccer and autocracy: Who do national football teams represent? In Rabi, U. & Bouasria, A. (Eds). Lost in Translation: Forgotten Paradigms of the Arab Spring. Sussex Academic Press.

Dorsey, J. (forthcoming 2016). Afterword: Stadia – A Political and Social Battlefield. In Ranc, D & Alpan B.Z. (Eds.) Stadiums as Spaces of Political Expression: Identities, Discourses, Struggles. Palgrave.

Dorsey, J. (forthcoming 2016). Convergence and divergence: Turkish and Egyptian fans fight political battles in Bridging Divides: Rethinking Ideology in the Age of Global Discontent, ed. by Axford, Didem Buhari-Gulmez and Seckin Baris Gulmez, Routledge.

Dorsey, J. (2016 forthcoming). Middle Eastern Soccer Pitches: Battlefields for Identity and Rights. In Sefer Katamon.

Dorsey, J. (2016 forthcoming). Soccer: A Middle Eastern and North African Battlefield. In Harald Lange, H. (ed.) Ultras: Eine Fankultur im Spannungsfeld unterschiedlicher Subkulturen. Springer Wissenschaft.

Dorsey, J. (2015). Political interference, power struggles, corruption and greed: the undermining of football governance in Asia. In Global Corruption Report 2015. Transparency International 2015.

Dorsey, J. (2015). Media target soccer fans, a bulwark of anti-autocratic resistance. In Jaeger, J. & Resch, C. (Eds.) The freedom of the media in Egypt.

Dorsey, J. (2014). Rooted in History: Politics, Identity and Ultras in North African Soccer In Onwumechili, C. & Akindes, G. (Eds.) Identity and Nation in African Football: Fans, Community and Clubs, Palgrave Macmillan.

Dorsey, J. (2013). Soccer and Political Protests in MENA Countries, IE Med Mediterranean Yearbook 2013.

Dorsey, J. (2013). Soccer: A Middle Eastern and North African Battlefield for Freedom and Dignity. In Dun, S., Kalaji, M. & Stell, M. (Eds.) It’s How the Game is Played, Perspectives on the Studies of Sports, Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Dorsey, J. (2013). Soccer: A Battle for Middle Eastern and North African Dignity and Freedom, It’s How You Play the Game. In Dun, S., Kalaji, M. & Stell, M. (Eds.) Inter-Disciplinary Net.

Hodges, A. (2016) : White Angels Zagreb: Anti-Homophobia Activists Against ‘Rural Primitivism’. In Bili´c, B. & Kajinić, S. (Eds.), Intersectionality and LGBT Activist Politics. Multiple Others in Croatia and Serbia, Palgrave Macmillan.

Hodges, A. (2016) The Left and the Rest? Fan Cosmologies and Relationships between Celtic’s Green Brigade and Dinamo Zagreb’s Bad Blue Boys – SANU Glasnik

Hodges, A. (2016) Violence and masculinity amongst left-wing ultras in post-Yugoslav space. Sport in Society 19(2), 174-186.

Hodges, A. & Stubbs, P. (2015) The Paradoxes of Politicisation: fan initiatives in Zagreb, Croatia, 55-74. In Schwell, A., Bochowski, M., Kowalska, M. & Szogs, N. (Eds.), New Ethnographies of Football in Europe: People, Passion, Politics, Palgrave Macmillan.

Hodges, A. (2014) The hooligan as ‘internal’ other? Football fans, ultras culture and nesting intra-orientalisms. International Review for the Sociology of Sport (onlinefirst)

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Raschke, H. (2015). Zurück an der Front. Fankultur im ehemaligen Jugoslawien

Raschke, H. (2015). Football with a lot of Politics. Die Fankultur im ehemaligen Jugoslawien. In Endemann, M., Dembowksi, G., Gabler, J. & Claus, R. (Hrsg.), Zurück am Tatort Stadion – Diskriminierung und Antidiskriminierung in Fußball-Fankulturen, Göttingen, Verlag Die Werkstatt.

Raschke, H. (2013). Keine (schönste) Nebensache der Welt? Der Fußball im postjugoslawischen Raum als Spielfeld politischer und gesellschaftlicher Konflikte. In Tomić, Đ., Zschächner, R., Puškarević, M. & Schneider, A. (Hrsg.), Mythos Partizan. (Dis)Kontinuitäten der jugoslawischen Linken: Geschichte. Erinnerungen. Perspektiven, Münster, Unrast Verlag.

Raschke, H. (2012). Fußball, Konflikte und Krieg – Wie ist der Fußball in einem Land, das zerfällt? In Die Linke. Nazis in der Kurve? Neonazismus und Rassismus im Fußball – Rundbrief 1,2.