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Foreword Wayne Wilson Preface Introduction: Framing Social Issues through Sport PART ONE CAN SPORT FOR YOUTH BUILD CHARACTER AND PREVENT VIOLENCE? 1. Using Sports to Control Deviance and Violence among Youths: Let's Be Critical and Cautious Jay Coakley 2. The Role of Sports in Youth Development Martha E. Ewing, Lori A. Gano-Overway, Crystal F. Branta, and Vern D. Seefeldt 3. Teaching Life Skills through Sport Steven J. Danish Kids of Value: A Conversation with Marty Martinson PART TWO READING SOCIAL ISSUES: SPORTS MEDIA, LITERATURE, AND PEDAGOGY 4. Representations of Female Athletes in Young Adult Sports Fiction: Issues and Intersections of Race and Gender Mary Jo Kane and Kimberly D. Pearce 5. We Got Next: Negotiating Race and Gender in Professional Basketball Sarah Banet-Weiser 6. Teaching Against the Grain: A Learner-Centered, Media-Based, and Profeminist Approach to Gender and Nonviolence in Sport Jim McKay 7. Blowing Whistles: The Sports Violence Profile Lawrence A. Wenner Let's Face It: A Conversation with David Davis on Sports Journalism PART THREE RACIAL INEQUALITY AND INTERGROUP CONTACT 8. Race, Youth, and Role Models Kenneth L. Shropshire 9. Understanding Intercultural Relations on Multiethnic High School Sports Teams Patricia M. Greenfield, Helen M. Davis, Lalita K. Suzuki, and Ioakim P. Boutakidis 10. Athletic Identity, Racial Attitudes, and Aggression in First-Year Black and White Intercollegiate Athletes James S. Jackson, Shelley Keiper, Kendrick T. Brown, Tony N. Brown, and Warde Manuel 11. Uneven Playing Field: The Impact of Structural Barriers on the Initial Eligibility of African American Student Athletes Robert M. Sellers, Tabbye M. Chavous, and Tony N. Brown Race and Sport and Youth in America: A Conversation with Terrence Barnum PART FOUR VIOLENCE ON AND OFF THE PLAYING FIELD: IS THE PROBLEM SPORT CULTURE OR SOCIETY? 12. Contrasting Perspectives on Youthful Sports Violence Malcolm W. Klein and Susan B. Sorenson 13. From "Sports Violence" to "Sports Crime": Aspects of Violence, Law, and Gender in the Sports Process Kevin Young 14. Scoring without Consent: Confronting Male Athletes' Violence Against Women Michael A. Messner and Mark A. Stevens 15. Sport, Youth, Violence, and the Media: An Activist Athlete's Point of View Donald G. McPherson Sport and Youth-Violence Prevention: A Conversation with Billie P. Weiss
Margaret Gatz is Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern California, and the editor of Emerging Issues in Mental Health and Aging. Michael A. Messner is Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of Southern California, and the author of Politics of Masculinities: Men in Movements and Power at Play: Sports and the Problem of Masculinity. Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach is Professor of Communication and Sociology at the University of Southern California, and coeditor, with Melvin L. DeFleur, of Theories of Mass Communication.
"This is a timely and useful book that will make a significant contribution. Sport psychologists are just beginning to assess whether or not sports have something positive to offer young people. Political leaders, educators, physical educators, school administrators, and community planners want useful ideas and evaluation information that tells them whether or not sports are an asset in young people's lives, especially poor and marginalized young people. This book takes an important step in this exploratory direction, and will help us plot a course for future research and advocacy." - Donald F. Sabo, coeditor of Masculinities, Gender Relations, and Sport "It is in both the individual scholarship and the juxtaposition of interdisciplinary perspectives that this book truly shines. The multiple voices focusing on similar issues from varying perspectives-research, theory, practical applications, athlete reflections-allow the reader to mentally walk around the complex issues of sport, youth, violence, sport violence, gender, race, and media." - Kate F. Hays, author of Working it Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy