Game-Day Gangsters: Crime and Deviance in Canadian Football

Game-Day Gangsters: Crime and Deviance in Canadian Football

English | Nov. 14, 2013 | ISBN: 1927356539 | 176 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

In the complicated interaction between sport and law, much is revealed about the perception and understanding of consent and tolerable deviance. In the case of Canadian football, acts of on-field violence, hazing, and performance-enhancing drug use that would be considered criminal outside the context of sport are tolerated and even promoted by team and league administrators.
In Game-Day Gangsters, Fogel argues for a review of the systems by which Canadian football is governed and analyzes the reforms proposed by football leagues and by players. Juxtaposing material from interviews with football players and administrators and from media files and legal cases, he explores the discrepancies between the players' own experiences and the institutional handling of disciplinary matters in junior, university, and professional football leagues across the country.


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