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Rational Recreation in post-industrial Britain (3)

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Rational Recreation in post-industrial Britain (3)
Key Terms
Popular Recreation:
These activities reflected the society of the time. Class differences were evident - e.g. mob football for the w-c versus real tennis for the u-c.
Industrial Revolution:
covers the century 1750-1850. This period marked a change in Britain from a feudal, rural society into an industrialised, capitalist society controlled by a powerful urban middle class.
Rational Recreation:
post-industrial development of sport which was characterised by respectability, regularity, stringent administration and codification.
Rational recreation in Post-Industrial Britain - Characteristics
PURE FARCE
R
egional/national/international
C
odified
R
espectable
R
egular
E
xclusive/Elitist
U
rban/suburban
C
ontrol of gambling
A
mateurism/professionalism
F
air play
P
urpose-built facilities

Social & cultural Factors affecting participation in sport.
Improved transport
Business and administration skills
Middle class influence
Increased free time
Social class and gender discrimination
The ‘Revolutions’
Increased law and order
Class structure/spectatorism
Public school influence
Technological advancement

Comparison of rational recreation with those of popular recreation
Consider:
competitions
rules
respect
betting
facilities
where
skill level
Create a table displaying the differences between the 2 types.
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