Hay, Roy; Guoth, Nick
Association football in Australia has served a multiplicity of changing purposes for migrant minorities since the mid-nineteenth century. Some individuals and groups embraced the game as an important element of cultural identification and distinction; others used it as one of a number of means of finding a way into some areas of Australian society; and yet others have shunned the game as being un Australian. Some migrants played the game, but had no further involvement, while others used the...[Show more]
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