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PHILOSOPHICAL
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ISSN 0869-5377
Author: Hitzler Ronald

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures

Hitzler Ronald

PhD in Sociology, Professor of Sociology at the Technical University, Dortmund. Address: 50 Emil-Figge-Str., 44227 Dortmund, Germany. E-mail: ronald.hitzler@fk12.tu-dortmund.de.

Publications

Is sport culture? / Logos. 2013. № 5 (95). P. 223-240
annotation:  Set off against common discourses about “sport and culture”, the article suggests a concept of culture and of sport which links them in a new way. Culture is conceived of as the general knowledge people have, what to do and how to do it under which social circumstances. Sport is conceived of as deliberate physical activity that requires strength, speed, skill and endurance, and is evaluated and carried through in the context of limiting rules. “Sport is culture” therefore means that (1) sport is a culture besides others, and (2) only culture, as a precondition of the human existence, makes sport “sport”.
Keywords:  sport, culture, game, living space, interaction and communication structures
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