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Open Anthropology - A Public Journal of The American Anthropological Association
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Sport: Pleasure and Violence, Competition and Sociality

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Volume 2 , Number 2
June 2014

Erika Robb Larkins; Jules Boykoff and Thomas F Carter; Yagmur Nuhrat; Faedah M Totah; and Rebecca Jordan-Young and Katrina Karkazis – Anthropology News.. 53 (6): S1–S41 (2012)
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Warren D. Hill and John E. Clark – American Anthropologist.. 103: 331–345 (2001)
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John M. Roberts, Malcolm J. Arth, and Robert R. Bush – American Anthropologist.. 61: 597–605 (1959)
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Marvin K. Opler – American Anthropologist.. 47: 134–139 (1945)
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Kendall Blanchard – Anthropology & Education Quarterly.. 5: 8–13 (1974)
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Harry Walker – American Ethnologist.. 40: 382–398 (2013)
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Thomas Carter – Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe.. 3: 1–6 (2003)
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Nell Haynes – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.. 18: 432–446 (2013)
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Lesley M. Rankin-Hill and Michael L. Blakey – American Anthropologist.. 96: 74–96 (1994)
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