Political conflict and martial arts

Wilson, Lee, Facal, Gabriel, de Grave, Jean-Marc and Green, Thomas A. (2010). Political conflict and martial arts. In Thomas A. Green and Joseph R. Svinth (Ed.), Martial arts of the world: an encyclopedia of history and innovation (pp. 619-625) Santa Barbara, CA, United States: ABC Clio.

Author Wilson, Lee
Facal, Gabriel
de Grave, Jean-Marc
Green, Thomas A.
Title of chapter Political conflict and martial arts
Title of book Martial arts of the world: an encyclopedia of history and innovation
Place of Publication Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Publisher ABC Clio
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Chapter in textbook
Year available 2010
ISBN 9781598842432
1598842439
9781598842449
1598842447
Editor Thomas A. Green
Joseph R. Svinth
Start page 619
End page 625
Total pages 7
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The practice of martial arts is often associated with ethnic or national identity and the cultural hegemony of a particular group, and so is frequently contested and often intrinsically political. Technological
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

 
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