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Super Bowl

An American Cultural Celebration



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Super Bowl: An American Cultural Celebration by Martin , O. Edu
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Super Bowl is a complex event that lends itself to various interpretations. It ranks among the world's most watched events. Beneath the surface of the football game, lies different meanings. The meaning you get, depends on who you talk to. For example, there are those who view it as an extension of American capitalism or a money-generating scheme. There are others who view it purely as an entertainment, and still others who regard it as a festival of masculinity. This author views it as a cultural celebration reflecting several aspects of American life. Foe example, it represents the story of a country that rose from a British colony to a world leader (hero). It also reflects the American spirit of Giving (philanthropy) and the ritualistic celebration of victory over the evil. While it may be impossible to adequately capture all the aspects of the event, the holistic view provided in this work, allows the reader to gain some insights that may otherwise be overlooked.
Release date Australia
June 27th, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Outskirts Press
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