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Some like it hot : the beach as a cultural dimension
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  • Magasin Rb:oa
Title Statement
  • Some like it hot : the beach as a cultural dimension
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Meyer and Meyer Sport, Aachen ; Adelaide ; Auckland ; Budapest ; Graz ; Johannesburg ; Miami ; Olten (CH ; Oxford ; Singapore ; Toronto : 2003.
Physical Description
  • 205 s : Ill.
Series Statement/Added entry--Title
  • Vol. 3
General Note
  • Literaturangaben
Formatted Contents Note
  • Pt 1 Beach culture. Freedom and commerce on the Australian beach -- The not so secret life of us at home and away: cashing in the beach culture -- In search of the postmodern surfer: territory, terror and masculinity -- Pt 2 Bodies and the beach. Beaches, bodies and being in the world -- Changing discourses and popular attitudes to suntanning -- Perfect imperfection: feeling cool on the nude beach -- Pt 3 Th commodification of the beach. Radical delirium: surf film, video and the documentary mode -- Corporate sponsorship of sport: it's impact on surfing and surf culture -- Dropping in: surfing, identity, community and commodity -- The commercialization of surf lifesaving in Australia
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  • 1-84126-098-3
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This work, based on extensive research, involves an original synthesis of material that distils a diverse variety of socio-cultural principles into a succinct argument. In doing so, it challenges the traditional view that Australia is a place dominated by a culture of the bush.

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