Colour-blind ideology is so entrenched in contemporary Western sport that its reproduction is not exclusively the preserve of white groups.
An outstanding introduction to the multifaceted roles of sport and physical activity in society and the perfect tool for examining sport from a critical perspective.
Latinos in U.S. Sport: A History of Isolation, Cultural Identity, and Acceptance is the first comprehensive exploration of Latino culture and its relationship to sport in what is now the United States.
Referees are used to negative comments but in this case the criticism was framed by a version of masculinity which targets women as inherently incapable of understanding the rules of sport, especially football.
This unique text stresses the importance for sports medicine professionals, physiotherapists and other health care professionals of recognizing the many and varied cultural attitudes, beliefs and expectations of their patients.
An in-depth study has not only revealed no evidence of racism towards non-white players when a referee came to handing out yellow cards but suggests they could in reality be treated more leniently.