IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 10, October 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Bedhioufi Hafsi, Abidi Aymen & Kumar Serge Rogert
In our study on the route of violence in sport in Tunisia, we opted for two complementary approaches. One quality that has been enabled us to raise slogans and song lyrics supporters. Analysis of lyrics and songs reveals the specific forms that take violence in football stadiums. The use of qualitative techniques allowed us to define the population to be studied and concepts while placing them in the context of sport. We performed 600 questionnaires sent to football fans from different clubs playing in first and second division championship four areas of Tunisia, which are: (T1 includes the clubs: North and Grand Tunis, T2 includes the clubs : Central and Central East, T3 has the clubs: North West and Central West, T4 has the clubs: South). Comparing different results shows a significant difference between the responses of the supporters of the different territories, the paradox of this study.. the supporters of the different territories regret acts of violence. While they say they commit and most of the time during derbies. We note that catalyst element of violence is the refusal the defeat of the favorite team. Such violence is also expressed in the slogans and chants in stadiums.