African Footballers in Sweden: Race, Immigration, and by Carl-Gustaf Scott

By Carl-Gustaf Scott

This e-book employs men's soccer as a lens wherein to enquire questions when it comes to immigration, racism, integration and nationwide id in present-day Sweden. in particular, this research explores if specialist soccer serves as a profitable version of multiracialism/multiculturalism for the remainder of Swedish society to emulate.

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