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Cheerleader!: An American Icon
Natalie Guice Adams (au); Pamela J. Bettis (au)
Entertainers or athletes? Leaders or losers? There are 3.8 million cheerleaders in the U.S. alone, & cheerleaders are a part of everyone’s memories. This book explores how the sport reflects our beliefs about athletics, entertainment, & identity. The authors trace cheerleading’s history, from its inception as a male leadership activity, through the sassy era of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, to its incarnation as a demanding sport & a popular cultural obsession. They go to national competitions, cheerleading camps, & local events to talk with participants of all ages as well as those in the business. They celebrate cheering & provide a poignant, hilarious, & revealing look into a perennially popular activity. Black & white photos.
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