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Integration through sports? A case study of the project Skyline Soccer in Frankfurt am Main

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  Integration through sports? A case study of the project “Skyline Soccer” in Frankfurt am Main Cansev Duru, academic experience Worldwide e. V.Seminar session 19th of January, 2017   Content 1. THEORY: Sports in Anthropology - Anthropological Approach- Cultural Performance 1. Integration through Sports - Integration - Social participation- Problems, Assimilation and Measures- Measures: Sports and Football 1. CASE STUDY: Skyline Soccer - Introduction Project- Methods, Observation 1. Conclusion - Problems and Circumstances 2  THEORY:Sports in Anthropology 3  Sports – Anthropological approach ▶ Human activity; tradition, present in every society (1) ▶ High importance in everyday practice (2) ▶ Anthropological approach: work – play – ritual (3) ▶ Work: goal-driven activity – example: athlet ▶ Play: metacommunication; an pretended act ▶ Ritual: „Sport can be similair to a ritual, culturally patterned behaviour“ ▶ Context and interaction characterize certain role, dependend on performance and benefit (4) (1) Besnier, N. and S. Brownell. 2012. ‘Sport, Modernity and the Body,’ Annual Reviews in Anthropology 41: p. 444(2) Blanchard, K. 2002. ‘The Anthropology of Sport,’ in Handbook of Sport Studies, edited by J.Coakley and E. Dunning: p. 144(3) Blanchard: p. 149(4) Blanchard: p. 150 4  Sports – Anthropological approach ▶ Difficult to define – cannot include all nuanches of any cultural setting (5) ▶ „[Sport is] … a physically exertive that is aggressively competitive within constraints imposed by definitions and rules. A component of culture, it is ritually patterned, gamelike and od varying amounts of play, work and leisure.“ (6) ▶ As cultural component and institution, it “becomes a vehicle for the manifestations of those norms and values fundamental to the culture of the society within which is performed.” (7) (5) Blanchard: p. 150(6) K. Blanchard & A. Taylor Cheska, The Anthropology of Sport : An Introduction,1986, Volume 26: p. 393(7) Blanchard: p. 152 5
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