By David Fraser
Cricket, legislations and the that means of existence ...
In a readable, trained and soaking up dialogue of cricket’s defining controversies – bodyline, chucking, ball-tampering, sledging, strolling and using know-how, between many others – David Fraser explores the ambiguities of legislation and social order in cricket.
Cricket and the Law charts the interrelationship among cricket and felony idea – among the legislation of the sport and the legislation of our lives – and demonstrates how cricket’s cultural conventions can get away the confines of the sport to hold a long way broader social meanings.
This attractive research may be loved through attorneys, scholars of tradition and cricket fanatics all over.
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Extra resources for Cricket and the Law: The Man in White is Always Right (Studies in Law, Society and Popular Culture, 1)
Jackson, offers us a legal reading of a social text, cricket. He urges up, calls upon, invokes images and meanings which are meant to confirm or instil in us, the readers, a vision or interpretation of the text which leaves us with an unmistakable, incontrovertible meaning. The dominant imagery which Denning invokes, is, of course, the power and majesty of village cricket. 4 It is more than the sum total of its parts, for cricket is, after all, only a game. But for the reader of the Denning text who is pulled along, the image and meaning of village cricket is much more.
An umpire above all must be a person of integrity. When under pressure it is by no means easy to keep calm and to remain completely neutral and unbiased. It is essential to do so. An umpire needs to cope not only with the clinical application of the Laws but with the attitudes of the players, which nowadays are much more aggressive than in the past. He must be firm in control of the game, without being pedantic or officious. He must not let his absolute impartiality be affected by the behaviour of the players, or by the state of the game.
Benaud’s appeal against appeals was grounded in the democratically based community ethical structure and rejected, at least implicitly, the importance of the external law-based normativity to the practice of cricket. 15 Blofeld saw the problem at two levels, the formal/legalistic and the ethical. Constant appealing, Blofeld argued, resulted in bad or incorrect decisions, that is decisions not based on the strict application of the law to the facts. In other words, the decisions are ‘bad’ because they are ‘illegal’ in that they do not conform with the law.