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Football fandom and migration : an ethnography of transnational practices and narratives in Vienna and Istanbul, Nina Szogs

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Football fandom and migration : an ethnography of transnational practices and narratives in Vienna and Istanbul
Title
Football fandom and migration
Title remainder
an ethnography of transnational practices and narratives in Vienna and Istanbul
Statement of responsibility
Nina Szogs
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book studies how transnationalisation, Europeanisation and migration processes intersect with football fandom, through an analysis of the transnational narratives and practices of Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray football fans in Vienna, Austria. Based on ethnographic fieldwork in Austria, Turkey and Germany, the author analyses the ways in which narratives about football fandom are often linked to migrant experiences, including practices of (self‐)culturalization in the diasporic context in Austria. The book shows how constructed ethnicities and also masculinities and femininities meet in football fan performances and in the construction of what makes a “proper” football fan. Turkish football fandom is a field where powerful prejudices and stereotypes amalgamate and interact. This study enables the reader to look into migration processes and discussions about related topics from a different angle: the love of a football club. Football Fandom and Migration <will be="" of="" interest="" to="" students="" and="" scholars="" across="" a="" range="" disciplines,="" including="" anthropology,="" sociology,="" european="" studies,="" political="" sciences,="" gender="" leisure="" sport="" sociology="" history
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Szogs, Nina,
Dewey number
796.33409436/13
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Football research in an enlarged Europe
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Football fans
  • Football fans
  • Vienna (Austria)
Label
Football fandom and migration : an ethnography of transnational practices and narratives in Vienna and Istanbul, Nina Szogs
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Rainbow Stairs. A Personal Preface; Preliminary Remarks and Acknowledgements; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Introduction: Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray Fans in Vienna; 1.1 (Turkish) Football: A Politically Charged Research Field?; 1.1.1 Turkified?!; 1.2 Research Foci and Structure of the Book; 2: Approaching the Field; 2.1 Anthropological and Sociological Approaches to Football Fandom in the Nexus of Gender, Migration and Transnationality; 2.1.1 Gender Discourses; 2.1.2 Migration and Transnationality Discourses
  • 2.2 A Theoretical and Methodological Approach to Ethnographic Research on Migration and Intersectionality2.2.1 Migration; 2.2.2 Intersectionality and Ethnography; 3: Entering the Field; 3.1 The Research Field; 3.1.1 Sibel, Cem, Sinan, and Selin; 3.1.2 Emre, Alper, Ayla and the Fenerbahçe Pub; 3.1.3 Metin, His Family and the Supporters from the Fenerbahçe Fan Bus; 3.1.4 Merve, Sedat, Mehmet and the Young Fenerbahçe Fan Club; 3.2 Entering the Field: The Fenerbahçe Pub; 3.3 Mobilities and the Role of the Researcher; 3.4 Emotional Practices and Bodily Perceptions
  • 3.4.1 A 'Key Emotional Episode'3.5 Conclusion; 4: The Plurality of Us and Them: Performing Loyalties and Rivalries; 4.1 Orientalism, Segmentation, and Encompassment; 4.1.1 Orientalism; 4.1.2 Segmentation; 4.1.3 Encompassment; 4.1.4 Intersecting and Ternary Grammars; 4.2 Narratives and Practices of Doing Kinship and Doing Home; 4.2.1 Narratives of Doing Home, Belonging and Kinship; 4.3 Narratives of Negotiating Europe; 4.3.1 Playing Love and Hate; 4.3.2 Negotiating Europe; 4.4 Narratives of Distance and Protest; 4.4.1 The Gezi Protests and Narratives of Distance
  • 4.4.2 Experiences of Disrespect and Narratives of Protest4.5 Practices of Embodiment; 4.5.1 Decoding in the Viennese Context (Negotiated Position); 4.5.2 Translocal Practices and Changing the Codes; 4.6 Concluding Remarks on Selfing and Othering Practices; 4.6.1 Gerd Baumann's Three Grammars: Orientalism, Segmentation, and Encompassment; 5: The Intersection of Ethnicity, Gender and Social Class in Fan Narratives and Performances; 5.1 Performances of Conflicting Masculinities and Conflicting Ethnicities; 5.1.1 Masculinity Versus Masculinity? Going to Salzburg I
  • 5.1.2 Ethnicising Practices: Going to Salzburg II5.2 Gender and Ethnicity: Swearing and Coffee Houses; 5.2.1 Sedat and Mehmet: Constructing Gender Differences via Swearing Policies; 5.2.2 Merve: Reproducing and Breaking the Code; 5.2.3 'Self-Turkified'; 5.3 Differing Perceptions of Gender Roles and Feminism: Transnational Discourses; 5.4 Performances of Social Class and Ethnicity; 5.5 Concluding Remarks on Ethnicising Practices and Its Intersection with Gender and Class; 6: Conclusion and Outlook: The Intersection of Football Fandom and Migration
Control code
ocn987900724
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319509440
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-50944-0
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)987900724
Label
Football fandom and migration : an ethnography of transnational practices and narratives in Vienna and Istanbul, Nina Szogs
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Rainbow Stairs. A Personal Preface; Preliminary Remarks and Acknowledgements; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Introduction: Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray Fans in Vienna; 1.1 (Turkish) Football: A Politically Charged Research Field?; 1.1.1 Turkified?!; 1.2 Research Foci and Structure of the Book; 2: Approaching the Field; 2.1 Anthropological and Sociological Approaches to Football Fandom in the Nexus of Gender, Migration and Transnationality; 2.1.1 Gender Discourses; 2.1.2 Migration and Transnationality Discourses
  • 2.2 A Theoretical and Methodological Approach to Ethnographic Research on Migration and Intersectionality2.2.1 Migration; 2.2.2 Intersectionality and Ethnography; 3: Entering the Field; 3.1 The Research Field; 3.1.1 Sibel, Cem, Sinan, and Selin; 3.1.2 Emre, Alper, Ayla and the Fenerbahçe Pub; 3.1.3 Metin, His Family and the Supporters from the Fenerbahçe Fan Bus; 3.1.4 Merve, Sedat, Mehmet and the Young Fenerbahçe Fan Club; 3.2 Entering the Field: The Fenerbahçe Pub; 3.3 Mobilities and the Role of the Researcher; 3.4 Emotional Practices and Bodily Perceptions
  • 3.4.1 A 'Key Emotional Episode'3.5 Conclusion; 4: The Plurality of Us and Them: Performing Loyalties and Rivalries; 4.1 Orientalism, Segmentation, and Encompassment; 4.1.1 Orientalism; 4.1.2 Segmentation; 4.1.3 Encompassment; 4.1.4 Intersecting and Ternary Grammars; 4.2 Narratives and Practices of Doing Kinship and Doing Home; 4.2.1 Narratives of Doing Home, Belonging and Kinship; 4.3 Narratives of Negotiating Europe; 4.3.1 Playing Love and Hate; 4.3.2 Negotiating Europe; 4.4 Narratives of Distance and Protest; 4.4.1 The Gezi Protests and Narratives of Distance
  • 4.4.2 Experiences of Disrespect and Narratives of Protest4.5 Practices of Embodiment; 4.5.1 Decoding in the Viennese Context (Negotiated Position); 4.5.2 Translocal Practices and Changing the Codes; 4.6 Concluding Remarks on Selfing and Othering Practices; 4.6.1 Gerd Baumann's Three Grammars: Orientalism, Segmentation, and Encompassment; 5: The Intersection of Ethnicity, Gender and Social Class in Fan Narratives and Performances; 5.1 Performances of Conflicting Masculinities and Conflicting Ethnicities; 5.1.1 Masculinity Versus Masculinity? Going to Salzburg I
  • 5.1.2 Ethnicising Practices: Going to Salzburg II5.2 Gender and Ethnicity: Swearing and Coffee Houses; 5.2.1 Sedat and Mehmet: Constructing Gender Differences via Swearing Policies; 5.2.2 Merve: Reproducing and Breaking the Code; 5.2.3 'Self-Turkified'; 5.3 Differing Perceptions of Gender Roles and Feminism: Transnational Discourses; 5.4 Performances of Social Class and Ethnicity; 5.5 Concluding Remarks on Ethnicising Practices and Its Intersection with Gender and Class; 6: Conclusion and Outlook: The Intersection of Football Fandom and Migration
Control code
ocn987900724
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319509440
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-50944-0
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)987900724

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