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“We Are mansaf, You Are mulūkhīya”: Symbols and Meanings of Football in Jordan

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1 Tuastad, Dag, “‘A Threat to National Unity’. Football in Jordan: Ethnic Divisive or a Political Tool for the Regime?The International Journal of the History of Sport 10 (2014): 115.

2 Mustafa Bala, editor of the Wihdat fanzine al-Riyadi al-Wihdat, interview with the author, Amman, May 2014.

3 Giulianotti, Richard, Football: A Sociology of the Global Game (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1999), 10.

4 Rommel, Carl, “Playing with Difference: Football as a Performative Space for Division among Suryoye Migrants in Sweden,” Soccer & Society 12 (2011): 850–64; Hargreaves, John, Sport, Power and Culture: A Social and Historical Analysis of Popular Sports in Britain (Oxford: Polity Press, 1986).

5 Tuastad, Dag, “From Football Riot to Revolution: The political Role of Football in the Arab World,” Soccer & Society 15 (2014): 376–88.

6 Dorsey, James, The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer (London: Hurst, 2016), 5; Iskandar, Adel, Egypt in Flux: Essays on an Unfinished Revolution (Cairo: American University of Cairo Press, 2013), 1819.

7 Cohen, Anthony, The Symbolic Construction of Community (London: Routledge, 1985), 115.

8 Wihdat supporters, interview with author's field assistant Moushira Abu Shemesh, Amman, December 2018.

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