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Reasons for the Survival/ Characterists of surviving of ethnic sports
Local, Traditional, Social, Relatively Isolated, Rowdy, Tourism, Occasional/ Annual, Festival/ Ritual
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Changes in the 19th century Britain
Improved Transport, Improved Communication, Increased Literacy, Large numbers of middle and upper class boys attended elite pubic boarding schools
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How did public schools impact sports and games
They had a lot of money to build facitlites, Some professional coaches, Many public schools were build in vast grounds
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Differences between amateurs and professionals
Professionals get paid and amateurs don't or very little, amateurs do it for fun more than money
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Set out the levels of the sports development pyramid
Foundation, Participation, Performance and Exellence
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Name the most popular sports in Australia
Aussie Rules,Netball, Soccer
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Social and Cultural reasons for australians precocupation with sport
Favourite Climate, Political support and funding, Plenty of space, Healthy Economy
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What is the American dream
Its the idea that prosperity depends on your own ability and hard work
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Main sports played in America
American football, Baseball, Basketball, Ice Hockey
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How does sport in America reflect the countrys culture
Win at all costs and the American dream
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Who would play sport in America
The best
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Changes in the 19th century Britain

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Improved Transport, Improved Communication, Increased Literacy, Large numbers of middle and upper class boys attended elite pubic boarding schools

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How did public schools impact sports and games

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Differences between amateurs and professionals

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Set out the levels of the sports development pyramid

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