Playing the man's game: sites of resistance and incorporation in women's football.

@inproceedings{Harris2001PlayingTM,
  title={Playing the man's game: sites of resistance and incorporation in women's football.},
  author={John Harris},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract The following paper is an interpretive ethnographic study of a women's collegiate football team located in the South of England. For most parts of the country, Association Football is not only the national game but also functions as a male preserve. Therefore, women who have endeavoured to play the sport have often met with much opposition and oppression. Utilising an interpretive sociological approach this paper examines the experiences of the football players within the college, and… CONTINUE READING