The Passion of Tiger Woods

The Passion of Tiger Woods

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This book examines the career of Tiger Woods, from child star to global sports celebrity. Starn shows that while the scandal following the revelation of Tiger's infidelities was like many similar media-generated scandals of recent years, by examining the way Woods was seen afterwards, we can learn a lot about race and sex in contemporary America.Sports have become too gigantic a part of global life for anyone to ignore, especially those of us who are supposed to be ... For example, Clifford Geertz, a well-known anthropologist, penned a classic essay that showed how a passion foranbsp;...

Title:The Passion of Tiger Woods
Author: Orin Starn
Publisher:Duke University Press - 2011-12-12

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