Part 1: Autoethnographic analysis of the J-league


After much deliberation on a topic for this assignment , I have decided

to watch a Japanese football game and make an autoethnographic analysis of this

particular game. The J-league (Japanese professional football league) is not one of the

biggest leagues in the world. Therefore, I had to do some background reading to find out

more about it. I also found it difficult trying to find an appropriate game in order to be

able to give a accurate analysis of what a game played in the J league is actually like, and

what distinguishes it from other competitions around the world. Coming from Australia,

I have mostly been subjected to Australian football and English football (which is the

biggest and most well know league globally). One of the main things that I first noticed

that separated a game in the Hyundai A-league (Australian Professional Football

League) and the J-League was…

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