Education, sport and militarism

fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. by E. A. Wright

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Viewing sport as a crucial site in which militarism is made visible and legitimate, the book explores the connections between sport, the military Cited by: 2. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource.

Contents: Sport and Militarism: An Introduction to a Global Phenomenon / Michael L. Butterworth --Section I: Sport, Militarism, and the State Call of Duty: Sport and the Urban Citizen Soldier / Kimberly S. Schimmel --Weaponizing Kinesiology: Illuminating the Militarization of Sport.

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Mangan and Frank Galligan. ‘The Greater and Grimmer Game’: Sport as an Arbiter of Military Fitness in the British Empire – The Case of ‘One-Eyed’ Frank Mcgee, Nic Clarke. Sport, Militarism and the Great War deals with four significant aspects of the relationship between sport and war before, during and immediately after the conflict.

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Questions of precisely this kind were posed by the participants in the international conference on: Education and Militarism, initiated by the Israeli, feminist, anti-militarist group, New Profile, and conducted in Aprilas a joint project of New Profile, the Hebrew University School of Education, in Jerusalem, and Hakibbutzim College of.

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Militarism is a belief that a nation should develop, maintain, and use a strong military to expand its interests. A militaristic country has a large defense force on which it spends a disproportionate share of its income.

The society subordinates all other national interests to support a strong military. Sport, Militarism and the Great War deals with four significant aspects of the relationship between sport and war before, during and immediately after the conflict.

First, it explores the creation and consolidation of the cult of martial heroism and chivalric self-sacrifice in the pre-war cturer: Routledge.

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“Militarism is a philosophy or system that places great importance on military power” “Militarism affected more than policy; it also shaped culture, the media and public opinion” “Militarism is the incorporation of military personnel and ideas into civilian government – and the belief that military power is essential for national.

Mason and Riedi’s book is a beautiful examination of how sport became so integral to the British military between the late Victorian and the post-Second World War eras. Well-written and well-organized, with lively and engaging prose, this book will be appreciated not only by historians of sport and the military, but also by anyone interested.Militarized education in the United States needs to be understood in relation to the enforcement of global corporate imperatives as they expand markets through the real and symbolic violence of war.

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The Military Child Education Coalition estimates that military children move times during their K education, facing multiple deployments during that time.