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Anthropology: The Cultural Significance of Football in England and Its Influence on English Identity

Football is a religion in England, it is much more than a mere sport. Similar to how Americans have American football and Indians have cricket, the English have football. In spite of football gaining widespread popularity over the years, with … Continue reading Anthropology: The Cultural Significance of Football in England and Its Influence on English Identity

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An Indepth Look into the History Shared Between the NFL and Canada

The NFL (National Football League) has become America’s favorite sports league. From September up until February, NFL football games are played on Sunday, Monday nights, and Thursday nights. After three rounds of exciting playoff games, two football teams clash head … Continue reading An Indepth Look into the History Shared Between the NFL and Canada

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Anthropology: The Evolution of Sports as a Social Phenomen and its Significance

A stadium full of screaming fans, adrenaline rushing through your veins as you hold your breath and wait for the players to make the next move, the white noise of the commentators, the sheer passion, hope, anticipation… This is what … Continue reading Anthropology: The Evolution of Sports as a Social Phenomen and its Significance