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La fabrication du regroupement sportif "communautaire" : enquête sociologique sur les clubs de football "turcs" en France et en Allemagne

Abstract : Through a sociological investigation of Turkish football clubs implanted in France and Germany, the object of my doctoral research is to explore the creation of sports organizations of a “community based” character. After having attested to the fairly substantial presence of Turkish clubs in the UpperRhine valley, in the first chapter, I principally try to answer two partially linked questions: 1) How can one explain that Turkish immigrants have such a vigorous associative sports development? 2) What are the principal social and ethno-cultural motivations of football among one’s peers? In my analysis, I show that this “Turkish sports grouping” is essentially an assignation expressing a social and symbolic domination imposed upon them “from the outside” as well as an “internal” affirmationdirectly bringing into play cultural and social patterns inherited from the past and stemming from a “popular ethos”. Most notably by using the notion of “the culture of counter-stigmatization”, I defend the idea that football operates as a vector of the symbolic rehabilitation for minority populations of modest social origins.
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Pierre Weiss. La fabrication du regroupement sportif "communautaire" : enquête sociologique sur les clubs de football "turcs" en France et en Allemagne. Education. Université de Strasbourg, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012STRAG008⟩. ⟨tel-00923143⟩

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