• Sports

    SPORTS IN OUR SOCIETY

    People around the world discusses, analyses, and argue about sports with family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, and even strangers, on the street, at home, at work, in bar, on campuses, and on social media (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and so on). Relationships often revolve around sports. People identify with team and athletes so clearly that the outcomes of the games influences their moods, identities and sense of well-being. In a general sense, sports create opportunities for conversations that enable people to form and nurture relationships and even enhance their personal status as they analyses and critique games, teams, athletes, coaches and competitions/events. When people use sports this way, they often broaden…

  • Sports

    THINKING ABOUT SPORTS

    Sports are generally governed by a set of rules or customs, which serve to ensure fair competition and allow consistent adjudication of the winner. It can be primarily physical (such as ball sports, boxing), primarily mind (such as chess), predominantly motorized (such as formula 1), primarily coordinating (such as billiard sports) or animal supported (such as equestrian sports). What separate sports from other leisure activities are; element of competition, in no way harmful to any living creature, not rely on equipment provided by a single supplier (excluding proprietary games such as arena football), and not rely on any “luck” element specifically designed into the sport. Conceptual analysis and interrogation of…