eBook Ave a Go Yer Mug: Australian Cricket Crowds from Larrikin to Ocker download
by Richard Cashman
Author: Richard Cashman
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (August 1, 1984)
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Ave a go, yer mug ! Australian Cricket Crowds from Larrikin to Ocker (1984). The Playfair Book of Cricket Records, Playfair Books, 1951. The Australians in England: A record of the 21 Australian cricket tours of England, 1878 to 1953 (1953). The "Demon" Spofforth (1990). The County Cricket Championship: A history of the competition from 1873 to the present day (1957). Phoenix History of Cricket (1960).
Ave a Go, Yer Mug! Australian Cricket Crowds from Larrikin to Ocker. Richard Cashman’s history of Australian cricket spectatorship is a much more conventional book in that it is not obviously informed by what C. Wright Mills referred to as grand theory
Ave a Go, Yer Mug! Australian Cricket Crowds from Larrikin to Ocker. Sydney, Collins, 1984. Wright Mills referred to as grand theory. It is not abstract empiricism either. Ave a Go,Yer Mug! is a marvelously detailed narrative splendidly illustrated with photographs and cartoons. It is definitely social history rather than mere chronicle, and Cashman writes with an eye to the constant interaction of national character, geography, social class, and spectatorship.
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