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Hubert Cahuzac, Guy Lochard et Joris Vincent

Le rugby n’est pas devenu un sport national gràce à la télévision !

Le Temps des médias n°9, automne 2007, p.121-136

The article presents the commonly held assumption that Rugby became a national sport at the end of the 1950s-60s, partly as a result of being televised. The authors stress that demographic and political factors explain its spectacular development during this period. Television did however transform what had become a new spectator sport. And contributed to the promotion of star players The artrivle concludes by focussing on the modes of collective reception of the international matches and the new forms of sociability that resulted. DrapeauFrancais

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