S&L Paper 1 - Alex Fiore Professor Shapiro Sport &...

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Alex Fiore Professor Shapiro 11 February 2008 Society and Sport Shaping One Another Sport and leisure has become so popular in American culture that it’s almost impossible to avoid it. All across the country sports memorabilia and clothing is being sold, sports films are being released, sporting events are being televised, etc. When we look further at sport in this sense within our society, we really begin to understand the impact it has made on shaping our culture. However, this impact can also work conversely as we begin to notice how our culture shapes how we look at sport. Throughout television commercials, magazines, and of course sporting events, we see athletes everyday without even trying. Professional athletes today are seen in society as celebrities, heroes, and icons, further proving the influence sport has had in America. Through research, it becomes most evident that the two opposite effects involving sport in American culture has made a strong impact on the American money market and in
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