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No va sobre la sangre. Operacion puerto y el fin de la modernidad

Hardie, Martin 2010, No va sobre la sangre. Operacion puerto y el fin de la modernidad, Nomadas revista critica de ciencias sociales y juridicas, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 1-26.

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Title No va sobre la sangre. Operacion puerto y el fin de la modernidad
Translated title It’s not about the blood. ‘Operación Puerto’ and the end of modernity
Author(s) Hardie, Martin
Journal name Nomadas revista critica de ciencias sociales y juridicas
Volume number 26
Issue number 2
Start page 1
End page 26
Total pages 27
Publisher Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Servicio de Publicaciones
Place of publication Madrid, Spain
Publication date 2010
ISSN 1578-6730
Keyword(s) anit-doping
professional cycling
biopower
exception
spectacle
Summary EI caso espanol de dopaje conocido como "Operaci6n Puerto" queda enmarcado dentro del
abandono de las antiguas concepciones legales y la construcci6n de un nuevo sistema funcional de alcance global. "Operaci6n Puerto" ilustra el temor de Verner Moeller de que la politica anti dopaje senala el final de la modernidad - donde se elabora y aplica la ley tanto en los tribunales como en los medios de comunicaci6n. OP es el ejemplo perfecto de la distancia existente entre la ret6rica de la crisis mediatica que rodea al dopaje y al ciclismo profesional y la verdadera realidad de los procesos materiales que tienen lugar mientras el ciclismo atraviesa por un proceso global de reajuste estructural y de construcci6n de una nueva cartografla global del ciclismo. La legitimidad se obtiene a traves de la gesti6n de las crisis y de los acontecimientos: la excepci6n, la funcionalidad y el espectaculo bajo una apariencia de guerra justa contra el mal del dopaje
Notes The Spanish doping case known as Operacion Puerto exists within the framework of the abandonment of old notions of law and the construction of a new functional global system. Operacion Puerto exemplifies Verner Moeller's fear that anti doping policy signals the end of modernity - where law is made in the media as much as it is made in the courts. Operacion Puerto is a perfect example of the distance that exists between the rhetoric of the media crisis surrounding doping and pro cycling and the actual reality of the material processes that are occurring as cycling goes through the process of global structural readjustment and the construction of the new global cycling cartography. Legitimacy is made through the management of crisis and events - exception, functionality and spectacle; under the guise of the just war against the evil of doping.
Language spa
Field of Research 180199 Law not elsewhere classified
110699 Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 940499 Justice and the Law not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
HERDC collection year 2010
Copyright notice ©2010, EMUI Euro-Mediterranean University Institute
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