Performing arts, Spectator sports
, And related industries/ other spectator sports
Meanwhile, those who determine the future of spectator sports
-- 18- to 34-year-olds -- are the age group least likely to favor football.
Those who are individualistic, independent, and self-directive, and who have positive attitudes toward spectator sports
, may use spectator sports
as a means to satisfy their social needs (Gau, 2007; Gau & Korzenny, 2009).
ONE of the UK's favourite weekend spectator sports
is about to be a victim of the recession as ailing car giant Vauxhall becomes the last works team to pull the plug on BTCC.
In the spectator sports
industry, for example, there are many more workers on the sidelines than on the field.
Liz Matkin, The Co-operative's sponsorship manager, said, "At a time when every pound in a consumer's pocket counts, the statistics show rugby league is the best value for money out of these three major spectator sports
Tens of thousands of cheese lovers logged on to the internet yesterday to witness the thrilling highlight of one of the world's most unlikely spectator sports
2 million, the second-highest total for a spectator sports
event in state history and the most-watched event since the 1984 summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
But I want to argue explicitly for the value of spectator sports
and suggest, in fact, that there is a transcendent dimension to spectator sports
that helps explain sports fans' profound passions.
Instead of viewing spectator sports
and higher education as being "us versus them," a better approach, I contend, is to focus on how universities use college sports to advance the resource acquisition that serves agendas which all agree are legitimate and significant, particularly academic ones.
Other spectator sports
draw a very low percentage of the weekend budget.
Whereas other sports, soccer for example, became spectator sports
, cricket became the pastime of active participants.