Sport media and culture: Who's calling the shots?
Sport media and culture: Who's calling the shots?

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Sport media and culture: Who's calling the shots?

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This extract is taken from D170 © 2008 The Open University.

Reading 3.1 Holt, R. and Mason, T. (2007) ‘Sensationalism and the popular press’ in Tomlinson, A. (ed.) The Sports Studies Reader, Routledge. Reproduced by permission of Taylor & Francis Books, UK;

Reading 3.2 Reproduced by permission of SAGE Publications, London, New Delhi and Singapore, from Toby Miller, Geoffrey Lawrence, Jim McKay and David Rowe (eds) Globalization and Sport. Copyright © Toby Miller, Geoffrey Lawrence, Jim McKay and David Rowe 2001.

Course image: Ronnie Macdonald in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Licence.

Figure 1 Copyright © Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP/PA Photos;

Figure 2 Copyright © Mark J Terrill/AP/PA Photos;

Figure 3 Copyright © AP/PA Photos.

Adaptation of works by Michiel Jelijs: www.flickr.com/photos/thewolf/2353907103/ [Details correct as of 12th May 2009]

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