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Basque pelota in the European space towards a sociological use of the notions of sporting evolution and diffusion

, : Basque pelota in the European space towards a sociological use of the notions of sporting evolution and diffusion. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 28(2/3): 223-243

Diffusion of the Basque sport, pelota, a type of tennis, has progressed beyond the anthropological borders of the Basque people. As well as spreading throughout Spain and France, pelota has attracted the interest of Belgians and Italians. This situation is analysed using data collected via surveys, interviews, documentary and cartographic studies.

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DOI: 10.1177/101269029302800211

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