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State Central Stadium as an element of the representation of power in the history of soviet architecture 1920–1950-s

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 141 to 166

Authors: E.S. Akopian, Schusev State Museum оf Architecture, Moscow, Russia

Mass Sport from the Inside: A Participant Observation Experience Presented by A Scientist and Triathlete. Review: Adelfinskiy А.S. (2018) In Spite of Records. Mass Sport Investigation Experience, М.: Izdatelskiy dom “Delo”

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 270 to 281

Authors: D.V. Mikhel, RANEPA, Moscow, Russia

The Minds of Kuper and Szymanski. Book review: Kuper S., Szymanski S. (2018) Soccernomics. Why England loses, why Germany and Brazil win, and why the U.S., Japan, Australia, Turkey, and even Iraq come to the fore. Moscow: Alpina Publisher

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 247 to 258

Authors: A.A. Pleshkov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Sport in sociological perspectives

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 8 to 23

Authors: O.V. Kildyushov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Television Match Official Review in Rugby Union: the Sequence of Referee’s Actions

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 101 to 120

Authors: R.A. Matvienko, MSSES, Moscow, Russia

Football fandom as a Subject-Matter of Social Sciences

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 24 to 39

Authors: E. Gloriozova, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Football Equipment as a Subject of Socio-Cultural Analysis: Possibilities and Problems of the Research Field

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 167 to 189

Authors: E.A. Kulinicheva

Die sportive Gesellschaft als ideale Ordnung

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 206 to 230

Authors: N. Katzer, German Historical Institute, Moscow, Russia

Cockfights at Anfield Stadium: Anatomy of Epistemic Ritual Review: Critchley S. (2018) What We Think When We Think About Football, Moscow: KoLibri, Azbuka-Atticus

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 231 to 246

Authors: A.S. Titkov, MSSES, Moscow, Russia

On the Phenomenon of Group Cohesion in Sports: An Analysis of Methodological Approaches

Journal Article published Jun 2018 in Sociology of Power volume 30 issue 2 on pages 55 to 82

Authors: K.A. Bochaver, Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, Russia, A.O. Savinkina, Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, Russia