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Masculinity, muscular Islam and popular culture: 'coloured' Rugby's cultural symbolism in working-class Cape Town c.1930-70

, : Masculinity, muscular Islam and popular culture: 'coloured' Rugby's cultural symbolism in working-class Cape Town c.1930-70. International Journal of the History of Sport 14(1): 184-190

This study focuses on the symbolic role of rugby in the masculinist culture of District Six and Bo-Kaap, a Muslim dominated Coloured area near the centre of Cape Town, South Africa, that survived the apartheid era.

Accession: 002891119

DOI: 10.1080/09523369708713972

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