Gender and Genre in Sports Documentaries

Gender and Genre in Sports Documentaries

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In Gender and Genre in Sports Documentaries, editors Zachary Ingle and David Sutera have assembled a collection of essays that look at the various aspects of sports documentaries. Some of the essays examine questions of gender and sexuality, specifically how masculinity and homosexuality are represented in sports documentaries. Other chapters focus on the characteristics of the sports documentary, exploring how aspects of aesthetics and narrative shape the form. Besides chapters on basketball, football, baseball, boxing, tennis, and auto racing documentaries, this volume also features essays on such marginalized sports as quad rugby, pro wrestling, live action role playing (LARPing), and bodybuilding.Critical Essays Zachary Ingle, David M. Sutera ... skinny as a doorknob, a€ remembers Dennis Kozlowski, Allen Iversona#39;s high school basketball coach, a€œbut he was our leader, and he wanted to win more than ... That divisiona€”more than Iversona#39;s life or careera€”is the focus of No Crossover, as exemplified in the trial of its title.

Title:Gender and Genre in Sports Documentaries
Author: Zachary Ingle, David M. Sutera
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2013

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