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Print media analysis of ‘Zoo’ magazine

  Each terrestrial channel has a column showing every programme to be shown on the day, yet there are no descriptions of daytime television programmes, because the intended audience are presumed to be at work, and these programmes are generally aimed at the female audience. Programmes that may be of interest are highlighted in bold […]

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Explain some of the different influences which shape human behaviour

All societies develop rules of behaviour that are used to structure the behaviour of their members. Everything that exists in the universe has a structure and for this to function normally all the parts must be evident and relate to each other. Some animal/insect societies involve very complex social structures, for example, an anthill. Human […]

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Identity in football fans

Within this essay report an attempt will be made to examine the data gathered from a primary research project. The primary research project in question is on an aspect of group identity and will be focusing of football fans. The aspect of group identity used for the research will be social identity theory and the […]

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I.T. for a football club in Lancashire

I am going to introduce information Technology to a newly built football club in Lancashire designed for both seniors and juniors. My aim is to show how information technology can be more accessible than a traditional manual filling system and be shown in a more presentable way. Also stock control can be monitored with considerable […]

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Football matches

Because Chelsea village is significantly about the football matches, they need to be in a location that offers superior transport links, their actual location offers a versatile and wide range of transport links for example, and they are located near an underground railway station and a normal train station. The hotel is situated in the […]

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Football rules

In football there are rules and regulations. There are rules which are just basically things that footballers will have to follow as well as rules that the referee will also have to follow. All rules are all made by the FA. Regulations are similar to the rules because it is a rule which controls the […]

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Footballer’s High Wages

The ‘beautiful game’ has not been so beautiful during 2005. As many of you would have heard, during this year football matches have been polluted with drink-driving, brawling, drug – taking, and many other crimes. However, these crimes that surround the match day have not been committed by the rowdy fans as most of you […]

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Football Coursework Sources Questions

A tells us that football began in the public schools of the south, and one of the major developments is how the games image was changed from a `traditional mob scrimmage’ to `a game of remarkable skill’. The origins of the game then spread to the universities and then to London. Places in the south were very wealthy, teams […]

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Football and tennis – scale of economic importance

We are going to look fully into each of these aspects for both football and tennis. We will compare some of the information in each sport to see if any similarities exist. Looking at data and figures will demonstrate my findings for each sport, e.g. the amount of people who participate in the sports. Organisation and […]

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