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    Scitech Research Organisation
    free Journals Online: 1(1)2014 – (Go to Journal)
    Publisher: Scitech Research Organisation
    Electronic ISSN: 2395-0218
    Topics: Mathematics
    Keywords: Allgemeine mathematische Zeitschriften
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    In:  Review of European Studies | 1 | 2 | 54-63
    Publication Date: 2018-07-27
    Description: In recent years, there has been a rise in the conflict between the Italian police forces and football fans. This situation is a result of the resurgence of the UltraS (the S capital is a neologism of this study to suggest neo-fascist oriented fans' and to differentiate them from the wider hardcore football supporters -ultra’). However, despite their popularity among the Italian curve (football terraces), the UltraS have been the subject of fairly little ethnographic research. This paper is the result of ethnographic research conducted continuously between 2003-2006 and updated from 2007 to the first part of 2009. The research sought to evaluate the UltraS phenomenon via an examination of the internal and external dynamics of two nationally well-known groups located in the Italian capital of Rome (the Italian centre of the political power). The groups are the Boys Roma and the Irriducibili of Lazio who enact their performances on their respective curve (football terraces) of the city’s Olympic stadium. The present paper argues that the ideological alliance between the UltraS of Lazio and Roma (followed as example by other UltraS groups throughout Italy) , the death of Lazio fan Gabriele Sandri in 2007 (and concomitant violent UltraS’ reaction against the police) together with the existence of the UltraS Italia (a national organisation which unites the main Italian Ultras groups) are all elements that signify the beginning of a common meaningful opposition to the perceived repressive Italian State. Most importantly these elements appears indicating the UltraS as an emerging social movement.
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Ultras ; Freizeitforschung, Freizeitsoziologie ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie, politische Kultur ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; Leisure Research ; Fußball ; Fan ; Hooligan ; Gewaltbereitschaft ; politische Ideologie ; Neofaschismus ; soziale Bewegung ; Mobilisierung ; kollektive Identität ; öffentliche Meinung ; Meinungsbildung ; Italien ; soccer ; fan ; hooligan ; propensity to violence ; political ideology ; neo-fascism ; social movement ; mobilization ; collective identity ; public opinion ; opinion formation ; Italy ; 10200
    Type: Zeitschriftenartikel , journal article
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    In:  Review of European Studies | 2 | 1 | 15-24
    Publication Date: 2018-07-27
    Description: Despite their presence in Italian football stadiums, the UltraS have been the subject of limited empirical research. I use the capital S to identify neo-fascist oriented fans to distinguish them from the wider football supporters ultra' (Testa and Armstrong 2008; Testa 2009; Testa and Armstrong 2010a). This study is part of a series of publications to fill in this lacuna; it is part of an ethnographic research project carried out from 2003 to 2009. The research aimed to analyze the UltraS social world using as a sample two hardcore subculture of fans at the two main Rome football clubs - AS Roma and SS Lazio. With neo-fascist sympathies, these groups-the Boys at Roma and the Irriducibili at Lazio- are political and well-organized (Testa and Armstrong, 2010a). The present paper focuses on the relationship between the UltraS and the Italian media; the media are often considlpered by the UltraS as enemies because believed to be biased against them. To complement the ethnographic data, three renowned Italian sports journalists were interviewed in 2008. One was Franco Arturi, deputy director of La Gazzetta dello Sport, which is the most established and popular of the Italian sport newspapers. Another was Giuseppe Tassi, a sport journalist and deputy director of Quotidiano.net (internet edition of the Resto del Carlino, La Nazione and Il Giorno editorial group). The third was Gabriele Marcotti, journalist for the British The Times and the popular Italian daily IL Corriere dello Sport. Analysis stresses the importance of media coverage in influencing the UltraS deviant dynamics and suggests, considering the experiences of other European countries, a reduction of media attention towards the UltraS as a strategy to contain this phenomenon.
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste ; Publizistische Medien, Journalismus,Verlagswesen ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Social problems and services ; News media, journalism, publishing ; UltraS ; Wirkungsforschung, Rezipientenforschung ; Freizeitforschung, Freizeitsoziologie ; soziale Probleme ; Impact Research, Recipient Research ; Leisure Research ; Social Problems ; Fußball ; Fan ; Hooligan ; Gewaltbereitschaft ; politische Ideologie ; Neofaschismus ; Massenmedien ; Zeitung ; Berichterstattung ; Italien ; soccer ; fan ; hooligan ; propensity to violence ; political ideology ; neo-fascism ; mass media ; newspaper ; reporting ; Italy ; 10200
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