Soccer is the most popular team sport in the world. It requires over eleven players to work together to win games. To be effective on the field, players must have a good connection between each other, called chemistry. In order to have good chemistry, an athlete must be familiar with their teammates, such as knowing how they play, think, and move.
Culture is an umbrella term that covers almost every aspects of life. It includes different concepts when viewed from various perspectives. It can be described in individual level as well as communal level, though they are mutually dependent. An individual defines culture at the level of the community he or she follows the patterns of the society in which he or she lives.
Culture is defined as the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group. (www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/culture) It is the history of the people; their reason for conducting themselves the way they do. The culture of a group of people is something they are proud of. It showcases the very things that make them unique and separates them from others. While culture does provide a uniqueness to groups and regions, all cultures do have similarities.
Culture is the shared characters of religion, language, symbols, values, norms, and routines of a specific group. With such a large concept like a culture, there’s bound to be more profound subgenres of cultures to better classify them. Subcultures are more compacted cultural groups within a vast culture. Subcultures can be formed from a person’s racial ethnicity or customs, and examples of subcultures can be Miami’s Cuban-American community to Greek Life on campus. Two of these many subcultures are high culture and low culture.
If I could go back in time I would go back to the day I signed up for school sports and switch the little check in the football box to the soccer box. It was sixth grade year and it was the first year I could play school sports and I was the happiest kid alive. In my head I thought football was going to be super fun but, in reality, I wasn 't very good at it. I stuck with it for a couple years but I just didn 't have the size or strength. Finally, as a freshman I switched over to soccer which is something i 'm extremely glad I did. Soccer is something that I didn 't play much as a kid but, my brother and my sister played so I was always around it. When I switched to soccer I didn’t know it would become as big of a passion of mine as it did. From that point i’ve played all year round from playing indoor
In some contents soccer is actually called football. They both are sports there also are periods of rest there both sports are played outdoor and indoor but mostly outdoor. There’=s also a little different Football is played with a oval shaped ball and when you score you get 6 points and in Football the time counts down in Football the ball is thrown around and there is four quarters. In Soccer a round ball is kicked around and when you score you only get one point and the time also counts up in Soccer, you can only use your feet except the person in the goal and there is a half time. That’s the difference between Soccer and Football and the two sports everyone follows
The subcultural norms are those of the characters who want an uprising. These characters are the ones who will speak out for change because they are through with living in poor conditions. Subcultural norms shape the characters who wish to be the change they want to see in the
Slippery Soccer Struggle It was game day and the whole team was pumped. Today we were ready to take down our rivals, Maquoketa. We all got nervous when we heard that the forecast called for heavy rain with possible thunderstorms. We knew that playing in the rain would be a lot more difficult, but that we could handle it.
Soccer is a beautiful game in which cultures unite to play and set aside differences. The field is a contact zone, which is a "social spaces where disparate cultures meet, clash, and grapple with each other" (Pratt). The dominant and subdominant cultures of the team clash to see what kind of strategy will work to win the match. A form of transculturation occurred in the process. The phenomenon of merging and converging cultures.
Subcultures are values and norms different from those of the majority and are held by a group within a wider society, these social groups are organized around shared interests and practices. A subculture is usually attached to clothes music and other visible fronts within the given community, that is part of the general society. Subcultures contain individuals who think alike who feel like they are not a part of the bigger culture of society and then create a sense of identity for themselves. The term Hip Hop is used as a subcultural movement. Scholars such as Carl and Virgil Taylor emphasize “Hip-Hop is not only a genre of music, but also a complex system of ideas, values and concepts that reflect newly emerging and ever-changing creative correlative expressive mechanisms including but not limited to song, poetry, film and fashion.”
However, in sociological parlance, in the words of E.B.Tyler ‘Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.’ Broadly, culture has seven elements. These are things that are common to each and every culture. a. Social Organisation: Social organisation refers to patterns of social interaction.
Countercultural is the way of life or the social norms of society. Counterculturalism is the way we dress, act, socialize, and the way we show our personality. Mainstream culture is also known as dominant culture. Dominant culture is the principal, tendency, or trend. It is belonging to an accepted group, movement, or style.
Subculture is significant factor of urban setting. It related to urban culture, or rural culture, or the culture within middle class. The concept of the subculture means sub-division of a regional culture, subculture is combination of social situation between difference classes, personal background, religion and metropolitan, but its combination manner will impact on the participating individual. Green had make the clear point about ‘highly organized subcultures’ with the question: ‘since in the new generation no individual participates in exact cultural complex totally but fundamentally in series of residence groups according to sex, age class, carrier, nation, religion and race all somewhat differing norms and prospect of behavior –how do they organize in many difference ways to build varying background for individual reason of psychoneurotic trends?’ [Green 1946: 354]
In each society, there are sub-groups and within the groups, each member has their own values, norms, and beliefs. Groups are defined as having at least two individuals sharing the feeling of one of the same and are