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Democratization revisited: seven theses on the democratization of sport and active leisure


, : Democratization revisited: seven theses on the democratization of sport and active leisure. Loisir et Societe 16(2): 413-434

In recent years, sport and leisure sociologists and historians appear to have paid little attention to the process of democratization.

Accession: 002590295

DOI: 10.1080/07053436.1993.10715460

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