Playing and Protesting: Sport as a Vehicle for Social Change

@article{Kaufman2010PlayingAP,
  title={Playing and Protesting: Sport as a Vehicle for Social Change},
  author={P. Kaufman and E. Wolff},
  journal={Journal of Sport \& Social Issues},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={154 - 175}
}
Despite the fact that athletic activism is nonnormative behavior, there is still a long, albeit small, tradition of individuals who use the playing field to advocate for political and social justice. This article examines such individuals who, while in their role as athletes, engage in social or political activism to foster progressive social change. Using data from 21 in-depth interviews conducted with athletes who have been involved in activism on a range of issues, we identify four embedded… Expand
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