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    Broncos Vs Titans

    (Lesiure Experience)

    1001 Foundations Studies

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    Tourism Queensland Representatives

    Tracey Singh

    Camille OKelly

    Linli Hou Jess Weimer

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    Outline

    Leisure Activity

    Location & History

    Group Experience

    Data Collection Methodology

    Motivation factors

    Resulting Summaries

    Cultural Aspects

    Sociological Aspects Economic Aspects

    Concluding Summary.

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    Question Answering:

    1.What is the activity or experience your groupengaged in?

    National Rugby League (NRL)Broncos vs Titans.

    What motivated you to choose this activity orexperience? What is it about this activity or

    experience that made it leisure for you? Different. Jess wanted to do it.

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    The Location & Historymake it

    interesting.

    PHOTOS. Of stadium. address

    The Broncos Timeline

    JESS DO IT!

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    Group Experience- How we got there.

    Photo of tickets

    Photo of feet

    Photo of Seats/venue Mascots

    Cheerleaders

    Players Rain Photo

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    Metholodogy

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    Observation

    Date:

    Time:

    Temperature/weather:

    Urban & built features:

    History of Area / sponsors/ known for a lot gamesbeing held there?

    Adopting a social science perspective give us atheoretical explanation for what you experiencedand observed others doing.

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    Observations

    Drunk people

    Tackles

    Fight Mascots

    Boredum

    Methodology -> just looking at them

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    Number of people

    Attendance photo

    Dominant Age Group 16-40 basically all age

    groups had someone attending

    RUGBY RELIGION we assume there was a

    various religions amgonst the crowds,

    however anglo-saxon people were more

    spoted

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    What was surprising

    More families than what we though would be

    there

    A lot of females going friends

    Kids under age of 15

    Trent Bell was there unfortunately we didnt

    see him

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    What wasnt surprising

    Bimbos

    Tackling occurring

    A lot of men going in big groups Lunch Rush between breaks

    Drunk people

    The Attire very team orientated.

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    Gender & age

    Put in facts & state how many perceived ages

    & number gender there were

    Did you see any evidence of social inequalities

    or gender differences in who engaged in this

    activity/experience?

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    Gender Difference

    Women are perceived as not understanding

    the sport

    Males are the dominant gender when it

    comes to viewing and knowing the statistics of

    the sport- this is a massive stereotypical

    notion.

    ADD MORE LATER

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    Motivational Factors

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    Summary

    FACTS: HERE

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    Sociological & Cultural Perspective

    Sociology definition

    Sociology helps us to understand why people

    chose to go to rugby matches and how their

    choices are shaped by broad social patterns andrelationships

    Cultural studies focuses on the meanings behind

    the way of life and how there are represented aswell as how the identities are created through

    leisure. This is closely related to sociology.

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    Analysis JESS FIX IT.

    To find out the meaning of the sporting culture

    and more specifically the rugby culture and how

    it is shaped by society is really interesting to us

    because besides Camille we are all girly girls.Besides Jess the other three of us dont

    understand the rugby culture to the same depth.

    To find out the identities of Australians who getbehind the different sporting teams in rugby, and

    how it tell us who we are and why.

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    Culture Jess do it.

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    Australian Rugby Culture - Jess

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    Economic

    Entry: prices may vary depending on thesections, age/status of the persons.

    Low and High income families are able to

    afford the game because of varied price range. Food Prices- no food allowed in the premises

    unless diabetic, or allegoric to certain foods.

    Charge excess money for raincoats, $10 Buses are included in ticket, running

    frequently to and from the game.

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    Social Divisions- Jess fix it.

    Cultural diversities = noticed not a lot of

    Asians

    Beliefs didn'tt didnt really matter as long as

    you were believing in a team.

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    Final Summary, Final Thoughts,

    Statistics,

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    QUESTIONS?????