Football and national power: a theoretical framework applied to China and Argentina

Futebol e poder nacional: um referencial teórico aplicado à China e Argentina

Resumo

O futebol se tornou um fenômeno global, mas há relativamente poucos estudos das Relações Internacionais. Este documento explora as contribuições que o futebol faz para o poder nacional com base em três hipóteses: 1) o poder nacional é afetado por todos os tipos de atividades humanas, incluindo esportes; 2) o futebol, como atividade humana, promove o poder nacional; 3) o futebol é enquadrado pelo sistema mundial e o reproduz. Para verificar essas hipóteses, este trabalho apresenta um quadro teórico para analisar a contribuição do futebol para o poder nacional; então ele volta a entender o potencial de futebol das potências regionais da semiperiferia; finalmente, são identificadas as relações no futebol entre dois atores proeminentes: Argentina e China.

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Publicado
19-12-2018
Como Citar
Morales Ruvalcaba, D., & Zhang, Z. (2018). Football and national power: a theoretical framework applied to China and Argentina. Estudos Internacionais: Revista De relações Internacionais Da PUC Minas, 6(3), 26-46. https://doi.org/10.5752/P.2317-773X.2018v6n3p26