Rivalry and Fan Aggression: Why Acknowledging Conflict Reduces Tension Between Rival Fans and Downplaying Makes Things Worse

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Rivalry and Fan Aggression : Why Acknowledging Conflict Reduces Tension Between Rival Fans and Downplaying Makes Things Worse. / Berendt, Johannes; Uhrich, Sebastian.

in: European Sport Management Quarterly, Jahrgang 18, Nr. 4, 2018, S. 517-540.

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title = "Rivalry and Fan Aggression: Why Acknowledging Conflict Reduces Tension Between Rival Fans and Downplaying Makes Things Worse",
author = "Johannes Berendt and Sebastian Uhrich",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1080/16184742.2018.1424226",
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pages = "517--540",
journal = "European Sport Management Quarterly",
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publisher = "Routledge",
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