The issue of human competition is not a new one, since the dawn of time there have been instances of human contention and conflict. Franklin Foer talked about cultural division in America in his book How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization (2004); in this book Foer attempts to use soccer to illustrate the division between classes and political groups in America. An excerpt of his book reads:
“It [soccer] tapped into the conventional wisdom among yuppie pa...
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... on the bottom, it is also true that the top cannot be strong unless the bottom is also strong otherwise the whole structure will collapse. As humans we have to decide what we want to become of our civilization, do we want to be on the top of a crushed pile? Or do we want to be a part of a structurally sound and autonomous civilization.
Appiah, Kwame A. "Moral Disagreement." Green, Stuart and April Lidinsky. From Inquiry to Academic Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012. 656-666. Print.
Foer, Franklin. "From How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization." Green, Stuart and April Lidinsky. From Inquiry to Academic Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012. 636-648. Print.
Zayani, Mohamed. "Media, Cultural Diversity and Globalization: Challenges and Oppertunities." Journal of Cultural Diversity 18.2 (2011): 48-54. Print.
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