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Academic - LUFC Books (12 books)

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Books about, or containing chapters on, Leeds United that are of an academic nature. Also includes other academic material (i.e. reports).

From Wikipedia: "Writing in these forms or styles is usually serious, intended for a critical and informed audience, based on closely-investigated knowledge, and posits ideas or arguments."

British Football and Social Exclusion

by Stephen Wagg Pat Slaughter
Contains a chapter called "A day out with the 'old boys'" centering around the Leeds...

Broken Dreams: Vanity, Greed and the Souring of British Football

by Tom Bower
TV has transformed football beyond all recognition but, according to investigative...

Finance for Sport and Leisure Managers: An Introduction

by Robert Wilson John Joyce
Contains a very brief case study "Finance, football and Leeds United FC".

Football and Its Communities, Final Report for the Football Foundation

by Adam Brown
A research report commissioned by the Football Foundation looking at how football...

Football Imagination: The Rise of Football Fanzine Culture

by Richard Haynes
An in-depth study of football fanzine (fan magazine) culture. The author addresses...

Game Without Frontiers: Football, Indentity and Modernity

by Richard Giulianotti John Williams Gary Armstrong
This volume brings together essays by leading academics and researchers writing...

Hooligan Wars: Causes and Effects of Football Violence

by Mark Perryman
"Hooligan Wars isn't another thug's eye account; instead it attempts a serious look...

Public Relations: Critical Debates and Contemporary Practice

by Jacquie L'Etang Richard Haynes
Features a chapter "The football industry and public relations" which contains a...

Sport and identity in the North of England

by Jeff Hill Jack Williams
Contains a chapter: Sport and racism in Yorkshire - a case study by Brian Holland...

Sport, Leisure and Culture in the Postmodern City

by Peter Bramham Stephen Wagg
Illustrated by an interdisciplinary study of a typical 'postmodern city' in the...

Terrace Heroes, The Life and Times of the 1930s Professional Footballer

by Graham Kelly
Tracing the origins, playing careers and 'afterlives' of several First Division...

Terror on our Terraces, The National Front, Football Violence and Leeds United

by Leeds Trades Union Council Anti-Fascist Action
A report about the incidence of racism, far-right activity and related violence...
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