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La mode du ping-pong en France en 1902 : une autre façon de questionner les classiques transferts culturels dans le domaine du sport

Résumé : This study offers to follow the path of a parlour game and allows to seize the cultural transfers of this physical practise and to measure the part of the ambient anglomania in its reconfiguration in France at the beginning of the twentieth century. The ping-pong become a fashion within the French high society in 1902. By joining the bourgeois codes, this parlour game contributes to the perpetuation of the uses of this select population far from the effort of English sport. This fashion seduces because it's not only perpetuation of the social conventions of elites. It's also built on the idea of emancipation which the impossible meets between men and women symbolise. Fashion is surprisingly fed with paradox.
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Kilian Mousset, Jean-Nicolas Renaud, Christian Vivier. La mode du ping-pong en France en 1902 : une autre façon de questionner les classiques transferts culturels dans le domaine du sport. Modern & Contemporary France, 2018, 26 (4), pp.413-429. ⟨10.1080/09639489.2018.1498072⟩. ⟨hal-02328424⟩

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