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History of World Cups

History of World Cups

  • Author: José Eduardo de Carvalho
  • Publisher: O Estado de S.Paulo
  • ISBN: 8584280030
  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Page: 499
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Never in the last 110 years, has the World Cups’ trajectory been disconnected from the socioeconomic reality of the world’s nations whether they have taken part in the championship or not. Even before becoming a multibillion dollar event that involves billions of people as well, this international football championship, which takes place every four years, has been marked by countless ups and downs in the international political scenario, doubts and tragedies, growth and technical evolution, social mobilization and use of vested powers. The landmark of a World football championship as an independent event, aside from the Olympic Games, was firstly thought of at FIFA’s very foundation, in 1904, but effectively launched after the First World War, being the first Host country (Uruguay) defined in 1929, during FIFA’s congress, which was held in Barcelona, being the atmosphere of yet intense geopolitical unrest. At that meeting, it was decided that the championship should be held every four years, alternating with the Olympic Games, although with a two year difference between the two events. Initially the hosting locations would be alternated among the participating continents – Europe and South America – in which all the affiliated nations could take part, in a process of eliminatory competitions, being the final phase played by the winners of the eliminatory phase. In 2014’s Brazil, the World Cup has come to its twentieth edition, having its popularity and market rates reached stratospheric heights. Today, football has reached out to over four billion people, more that 60% of the world’s population, comprehending about 500 million jobs related to the practice and the commercialization of this sport. Billion dollar publicity and broadcasting contracts from all kinds of media are behind the worshiping of the football idols. The meeting of the cream-of-the-crop players in this most magnanimous event – which gathers all the great stars in a marathon of games that lasts thirty days – provides us with an event of the uppermost expression of sports related vigor which mankind is capable of.

Fascismo Y Antifascismo en Europa Y Argentina en El Siglo XX

Fascismo Y Antifascismo en Europa Y Argentina en El Siglo XX

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Anti-fascist movements
  • Page: 241
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Beyond Boycotts

Beyond Boycotts

Sport during the Cold War in Europe

  • Author: Philippe Vonnard,Nicola Sbetti,Grégory Quin
  • Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • ISBN: 3110526735
  • Category: History
  • Page: 242
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Sport during Cold War has recently begun to be studied in more depth. Some scholars have edited a book about the US and Soviet sport diplomacy and show ow the government of these two countries have used sport during this period, notably as a tool of "soft power" during the Olympic games. Our goal is to continue in this direction and to focus more on the sport field as a place of exchanges during the Cold War. Regarding this point, our aim is to show that there were events "beyond boycotts"many and that unknown connections existed inside sport. Morevoer, many actors were involved in these exchanges. Thus, it is important not only to focus on the action of States, but also on private actors (international sporting bodies and journalists), considering that they acted around sport (an "apolitic" field) as it was tool to maintain links between the two blocs. Our project offers a good opportunity for young scholars to present original research based on new materials (notably the use of institutional or personals archives). Morevoer, it is also a step forward with a view to conduct research within a global history paradigm, one that is still underused in sport academic fields.

Letras de España

Letras de España

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  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Spanish literature
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El Sol Negro

El Sol Negro

  • Author: C. M. Aguilera
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 1105507270
  • Category:
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Contornos y pliegues del derecho

Contornos y pliegues del derecho

homenaje a Roberto Bergalli

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Anthropos Editorial
  • ISBN: 9788476587751
  • Category: Criminal justice, Administration of
  • Page: 511
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CONTENIDO: Filosofía del derecho y antropología jurídica - Sociología del control penal y problemas sociales - El sistema penal: historia, política (s) y controversias - Recuerdos y reflexiones en voz alta.

Cesáreo González

Cesáreo González

el empresario-espectáculo : viaje al taller de cine, fútbol y varietés del general Franco

  • Author: José Antonio Durán
  • Publisher: Diputacion Provincial de Pontevedra
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 222
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Juntos

Juntos

An Intermediate Course

  • Author: Julianne Dueber
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780135125007
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 404
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Juntos is a Spanish review text designed to be used in third and fourth semester university classes. The text develops the skills of speaking, reading, writing, and listening with a special emphasis on oral proficiency. Each lesson begins with a reading of contemporary interest or about Hispanic culture.

Dominguines Contra Dominguines

Dominguines Contra Dominguines

  • Author: Domingo Dominguín
  • Publisher: Espasa Calpe Mexicana, S.A.
  • ISBN: 9788467028089
  • Category: Presidents.
  • Page: 267
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Lo Verosímil

Lo Verosímil

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Reality
  • Page: 178
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