The civilizing of hurling in Ireland

@article{Dolan2009TheCO,
  title={The civilizing of hurling in Ireland},
  author={Paddy Dolan and Johnny Connolly},
  journal={Sport in Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={12},
  pages={196 - 211}
}
This essay examines the sport of hurling in Ireland through the theoretical framework of sport and leisure developed by Elias and Dunning. Through an analysis of newspaper reports of games, of rulebooks and codes of play, as well as historical data on increasing social differentiation and integration, we argue that hurling has undergone sportization and civilizing processes. However, due to the unevenness of wider figurational shifts these processes have been non-linear and fragile. Gradually… 
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