How sport became a vehicle for far-right conspiracy theories

BLACK, Jack, KEARNS, Colm, SINCLAIR, Gary, DOIDGE, Mark, FLETCHER, Thomas, KILVINGTON, Daniel, LISTON, Katie, LYNN, Theo and ROSATI, Pierangelo (2023). How sport became a vehicle for far-right conspiracy theories. LSE: British Politics and Policy.

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Narratives concerning “Cultural Marxism” – portrayed as a threat to Western society and its values – have been gaining ground largely thanks to their ability to circulate rapidly through online platforms. In recent years, sport has also become a vehicle for spreading such conspiracy theories – with far-reaching consequences for society.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Centre for Sport and Exercise Science; Sport Industry Research Centre; Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute; Sociology, Politics and Policy Research Group; Humanities Research Centre; Department of Sport; Department of Psychology, Sociology and Politics; Department of Media Arts and Communication; Department of Humanities
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Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2023 16:19
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2023 16:19

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