Women's Cricket and Global Processes: The Emergence and Development of Women's Cricket as a Global Game
How can the diffusion and development of women's cricket as a global sport be explained? Women 's Cricket and Global Processes considers the emergence and growth of women's cricket around the world and seeks to provide a sociological explanation for how and why the women's game has developed the way it has.
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