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Paid Amateurs and Unpaid Professionals

My conference paper presentation

Joe Peotto

on 8 December 2011

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Paid Amateurs and Unpaid Professionals:
Amateurism and the 1895 Rugby Split for 'Health, Class and Identity in fin de siecle England' * Amateurism was hardly a concern until extensive working-class participation from the 1880s onwards

* Regulations on amateurism were made to keep working-class sportsmen out, sometimes explicitly

* As a result, in 1895 and afterwards, there was the possibility of paid 'amateurs' and unpaid 'professionals' Paid 'Amateurs' and Unpaid 'Professionals':
Amateurism and the 1895 Rugby Split
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