Category Archives: Research

Sexism in tennis?

When a big tennis tournament gets rolling, such as the U.S. Open, men and women play this event at the same time, with the same amount of broadcasting. However,  in other “big” sports, men and women have completely different schedules. … Continue reading

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I Wanna Buy A Bike

Biking started in 1817. This was when bikes were a mode of transportation, a chance to travel greater distances in shorter times. These bikes started out at being 100 pounds a piece. As the years went on, the types of … Continue reading

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Ritual

Why is it that fighting in the NHL is a culturally embedded aspect of ice-hockey and how does this violence serve as a form of entertainment? Does it benefit the sport or take away from it? It was the violence … Continue reading

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Moma, Are We There Yet?

Research Question: Why specifically in the African American community do males look for sports towards avenues of success? Although sports indeed keep many children out of trouble, and can help mold them into positive characters within the community, it can … Continue reading

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Surfing Violence and Masculinity

If localism an aggression in surfing thins out crowds making things safer, then is it ethically justifiable? Since about 40 years ago surfers attitudes have become progressively more contentious with fixating on defending their so-called local breaks. Surfing as far … Continue reading

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MLB: American Dream

From my research, I have realized that baseball involves a complicated history of racism and gender discrimination. Many articles discuss about how blacks attained their memberships in Major League by overcoming many struggles in establishing rights for game participations. Many … Continue reading

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An Inside Look At “The World’s Most Popular Game”

Soccer has been around for a long time. Starting up in Europe, overtime, it has branched out to become “the world’s most popular game.” Even though there are many perks of having a global game, there also coincides with the … Continue reading

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