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Sociologie des supporters de football : la persistance du militantisme sportif en France, Allemagne et Italie

Abstract : Football supporters are not mere spectators: they can be described as "addicts" or "spect'actors". They do not want to live their passion by proxy, this is why they literally take over the concept of competition. My research is based on a restrictive definition of the term "supporter" as an individual who deeply gets emotionally involved and fully identifies with one's club. Being a supporter does not consist in becoming one but remaining one. Analysing supporterism amounts to taking an interest in these fans who continue to support their team regardless of the performances and outcomes. I chose to investigate populations linked to "decadent" club-institutions in Strasbourg, Berlin and Turin. Why are these supporters still going to the stadium even with very low probability of success ? What is the status of conflict in supporterism ? And more broadly: what are the main features of sport militantism ?
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Paul Bartolucci. Sociologie des supporters de football : la persistance du militantisme sportif en France, Allemagne et Italie. Sociologie. Université de Strasbourg, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012STRAG019⟩. ⟨tel-00842777⟩

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