Violence summary

Violence summary - Kevin Ho Hit Crunch and burn Organized...

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Kevin Ho “Hit, Crunch and burn”: Organized violence and men’s sport OJ Simpson and Mark Fuhrman shared the idea of coercive entitlement through their gender ideals and behavior. Both men saw themselves as masculine warriors. Another extreme example that Varda named is Mike Tyson. He, as a boxer was rewarded for inflicting violence and violence became pleasurable. . He could not distinguish between the environments where he was supposed to enjoy hurting and the place where he’s not suppose to enjoy it. All of the people who engaged in violence in their work such as sports or police work, also outside those ambits in sexual and family life, expect respect and reward from their violence. Sport is said to be a human activity closest to war that isn’t lethal since sports and war both consist of competition between cultures and the use of force and violence. Boxing, hockey and football all teaches us about the rewards of violence. In other words, sport
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course KINE 1000 taught by Professor Safai during the Spring '09 term at York University.

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