HK%20376.Chapter2

HK%20376.Chapter2 - Chapter 2 The Setting For 19th Century...

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Chapter 2 The Setting For 19 th Century Sports
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LATE 18TH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS AMERICAN FRENCH LATIN AMERICA SCIENTIFIC ECONOMIC DEMOCRATIC INDUSTRIAL/TECHNOLOGICAL
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EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHANGES TOO: THE CLOSING OF THE FRONTIER NO LONGER TRANSPLANTED ENGLISH FRONTIER EXPERIENCE ALTERED US THE TURNER THESIS FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER FRONTIER EXAGGERATED IN US: EXPERIMENTALISTIC INVENTIVENESS WASTEFUL HARDWORKING PRAGMATIC VIOLENT IMPULSIVE INDEPENDENT
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BIRTH OF MODERN SPORT GRADUAL CLOSING OF THE FRONTIER CONQUERING SPACE AND TIME NEW, MIDDLE CLASS VICTORIANS RATIONAL RECREATIONS VICTORIAN COUNTER-CULTURE ENCLAVES OF COUNTER-CULTURE 19TH CENTURY SPORTING GROUPS LACK OF CULTURAL BAGGAGE CREATES A VACANCY FILLED BY BUSY WORK: TO PRODUCE TO PROGRESS TO SUCCEED TO AVOID BEING IDLE THAT IS, TO WORK AT OUR SPORT
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MODERN AMERICAN SPORT TYPICAL ORGANIZING SIGNS SPECIAL SPACES AND SPECIAL PLACES
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