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The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship

Heike C. Alberts

The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship

can sports transcend political borders?

by Heike C. Alberts

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Published by E. Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nationalism and sports,
  • Sports and globalization,
  • Foreign relations,
  • Sports

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHeike C. Alberts and Kazimierz J. Zaniewski
    ContributionsZaniewski, Kazimierz J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV706.35 .A53 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25025291M
    ISBN 100773439412
    ISBN 109780773439412
    LC Control Number2011033006

    Network for European Citizenship and Identity - NECI. K likes. "Equal and decent opportunities on lifelong learning, on health and on enjoying a healthy environment."5/5. European citizenship.3 Quite often assumptions derived from the national order and national citizenship framed the discussion and theorising about European citizenship in such a way that the issue of its transformative potential remained at the margins of the debate.

    EU Citizenship and Withdrawals from the Union 2 one looks only at the citizenship issues related to the Member States planning to say goodbye to the journey in the unknown destination. 6 This is particularly so when the interplay of both the national and the supranationalFile Size: 1MB. To sum up, while the concept of European citizenship is post-national to the extent that it applies to all EU citizens irrespective of where in the Union they live, it is still not completely based on the principle of residence. Only nationals of an EU Member State can obtain citizenship of the Union. Thus, the concept of European citizenship.

    "citizenship as legal status;" (2) "citizenship as rights;" (3) "citizenship as political activity;" and (4) "citizenship as a form of collective identity and sentiment." In this Comment, we concentrate upon citizenship in two senses. The first concentration is citizenship as a legal status 6 Cited by: of citizens' involvement in the European Union. It is the Austrian section of a pan-European qualitative study involving 18 of the Member States. In each country the study was carried out by the national partner of the European Qualitative Network coordinated by OPTEM: in Austria by Karmasin Motivforschung.


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The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship by Heike C. Alberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book tells the story of the growth of foreign participation in European sports and presents methods to analyze the movement of foreign athletes to Europe and dealing with the controversy surrounding the increasing, and sometimes dominant, role of foreign athletes in European team sports: That foreign competition limits the opportunities to develop domestic talent; limits Author: Heike C Alberts, Kazimierz Józef Zaniewski.

Get this from a library. The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship: can sports transcend political borders?. [Heike C Alberts; Kazimierz J Zaniewski] -- The migration of professional soccer players to European countries is not a new phenomenon, but the volume and composition of these flows have changed substantially since the s, when.

Get this from a library. The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship: can sports transcend political borders?. [Heike C Alberts; Kazimierz J Zaniewski].

The internationalization of European sports teams and the issue of national citizenship. Sport in History: Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports Transcend Political Borders.

by Heike C. Alberts and Kazimierz J. Zaniewski (review) Cathal Kilcline; pp. It has been contended that sports in the United States (as well as other areas in American life such as economics and politics) substantively differs from its post-industrial European counterparts.

This has been broadly labeled ‘American Exceptionalism’. With specific regards to sport, this has been applied as the American rejection of soccer in favor of the more Cited by:   The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports Transcend Political Borders.

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The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship. The Edwin Mellen Press: Lewiston, NY (co-author: Heike C. Alberts). Atlas of Ethnic Diversity in Wisconsin.

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In the book we examine the migration patterns of soccer, volleyball, and handball players to Western European Leagues and how changing rules of citizenship have transformed national sports teams.

Alberts, Heike and Kazimierz Zaniewski (): The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports. WHAT DOES SPORT AND CITIZENSHIP DO. Sport and Citizenship is the only European Think tank on sport that aims to analyse sports policy and to study the societal impact of sport.

The Think tank is independent, benefits from 10 years’ experience and has achieved recognition from public authorities and European sports stakeholders. It is therefore regularly consulted. The connection between immigration and citizenship in Europe is an increasingly important issue.

This timely and informative book investigates three main aspects of the issue: the degree to which European citizenship encourages the development of a European identity; the impact of European citizenship at the nation-state level in Italy and the UK in regard to domestic policy Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of C Alberts books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sport and Citizenship was founded in and is the first European think tank in the field of sport. It is a forum for new thinking and lobbying whichs aims to put forward the core values of sport in society, in the realm of politics, economics and media issues.

In the pursuit of multidisciplinary and transverse reflection, it brings together associations, federations, politicians Headquarters: Angers / Brussels. The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports Transcend Political Borders.

Heike C. Alberts & Kazimierz J. Zaniewski Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press (Anders Östnäs ). This book also analyzes the impact that migration flows have on national teams, as more flexible citizenship rules now allow national teams to draw from a wider spectrum of potential players.

The high degree of internationalization of sport leagues in Western Europe, as well as the more flexible citizenship rules in several European countries. Not one to be constrained by national borders or passports, the German World Cup legend went for the next best thing: bringing in Americans from abroad to wear the stars and stripes in Brazil.

a pan-national, European level. INTRODUCTION The issue of European citizenship usually turns around a conception of individuals as citizens of states which are themselves members of the European Union. The term 'European citizenship' is perceived as a condition by which people from different nations should have.

Special Issue: Soft Power Politics – Past and Present: Football and Baseball on the Western The Changing Currents of Sports Migration, by Peter Horton, • Seeking a Separate National Identity: The Taiwanese State, Politics and the Baseball World Cup, by Chien-Yu Lin, The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports Transcend Political Borders.

The Edwin Mellen Press January 1, Title: Professor of Geography at. The relative durability of Germany’s aversion to dual nationality, explored in Spencer Wolff’s piece on German citizenship doctrine in this special issue, is a case in point.[7] Thus, we see that the derivative nature of EU citizenship has lent it, from the very beginning, a contingent character that later developments have only accentuated.Countries like Bulgaria allow immigration investment where foreigners bring in capital and establish a business that would create employment.

This then opens the door for European citizenship. Bulgaria has a new fast track system that allows foreigners to get the right of all European citizenship. The country asks for an equivalent of £,  The increasing mobility of athletes prompts a reconsideration of the presumed connection between allegiance, identity and nationality.

Olympic citizenship challenges traditional understandings of community membership by calling into question the privileged status of birthright citizenship and by bringing forth a different, more fluid and changeable notion of Cited by: 5.