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Surfeurs, l'être au monde. Analyse socio-anthropologique de la culture de surfeurs, entre accord et déviance.

Abstract : For some, surf practice is part of their building process in the midst of the contemporary worlds. To surf, and especially to become a surfer, is acquired through a traditional transmission, far from federal norms. Being a surfer means a different way of life, which shows in the interaction with other surfers, the use of nature , the outlook on the body as well as in the male/female relations. This particular environment, with its stigmatising aspects, is singled out by the rest of society. Surf practice, which oscilates between game and sport, might be an answer to the contemporary social crisis through its non-respect of rules and values. And it is through these social gaps that the relation to the surfer's world has filtered : this surfing culture which is therefore considered as deviant by the rest of society.
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Anne-Sophie Sayeux. Surfeurs, l'être au monde. Analyse socio-anthropologique de la culture de surfeurs, entre accord et déviance.. Anthropologie sociale et ethnologie. Université Rennes 2, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00872190⟩

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