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Vassilios Ziakas, Christine Lundberg, and Giorgos Sakkas

assists them to establish the value of their interactions and achieve integration of resources. The role of symbols in events can be comprehensively analyzed through a dramatological perspective rooted in cultural anthropology and performance studies that examine symbolic action and dramaturgy in

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Alan Klein

understanding this interplay between athletics and performance in such a spiteful milieu. In an atmosphere of engaged sport acrimony, groups that occupy different rungs of the social ladder may come into a performative setting sparking a dramaturgy that can be played out in a range of ways. While they can

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Thomas Horky, Marianna Baranovskaa, Christoph G. Grimmer, Honorata Jakubowska, and Barbara Stelzner

). Sozialpsychologischeeffektebeiderbildinszenierung und–dramaturgieimmediensport [Sociopsychological effects in image production and dramaturgy in media sport] . In H. Schramm & M. Marr (Eds.), Die sozialpsychologie des sports in den medien [The social psychology of sports in the media] (pp.  93 – 112 ). Cologne, Germany : Herbert von

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Gavin Thomas, Kathryn Devine, and Győző Molnár

congruent framework for studying women SCCs, which can be complemented by other social theories to help explain the cultural subtleties of SCC. One such conceptual addition can be Erving Goffman’s (1959 , 1983 ) work on self- and social identity management. Specifically, the concept of dramaturgy might be