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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

The ethics of the Spectator and the Tatler

Doherty, Sheila Martin January 1933 (has links)
[No abstract available] / Arts, Faculty of / English, Department of / Graduate
2

Measuring nationalism as a sport fan motive

Bogdanov, Dusko. James, Jeffrey D. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--Florida State University, 2005. / Advisor: Jeffrey James, Florida State University, College of Education, Dept. of Sport Management, Recreation Management, and Physical Education. Title and description from dissertation home page (viewed Jan. 26, 2006). Document formatted into pages; contains vii, 65 pages. Includes bibliographical references.
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Problém trestního činu výtržnictví / The crime of disorderly conduct

Fremrová, Dominika January 2013 (has links)
This thesis deals with the issue of the crime of disorderly conduct, which is one of the offences against public order covered in the title tenth of the special part of the Criminal Code. In accordance with provision of the section 358 of the Criminal Code disorderly conduct is defined as committing a gross impropriety or disturbance in public or in a publicly accessible place. Primarily this wide formulation of the body of a crime using vague concepts makes crime of disorderly conduct so questionable. The content of this thesis is divided into seven chapters in order to outline both current and past issues related to the crime of disorderly conduct and evaluate the changes that have taken place in this field. The first chapter focuses on the historical development of legislation in the territory of the Czech Republic from 1852 up to the Criminal Code of 1961. Second chapter continues with the analysis of current legal regulation of the crime of disorderly conduct. The emphasis is placed on mentioned vague concepts and their interpretation which can cause difficulties in practice. Next chapter deals with possible concurrence of the crime of disorderly conduct with other criminal offences which use to happen in practice very often. Corresponding offences are also mentioned there, including the...
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Respeitável público: uma reflexão sobre a relação entre o teatro de grupo paulistano e o público não especializado / Honorable audience: a reflection on the relation between the group theater in the city of São Paulo and the non-specialized spectators

Vitor Silva Freire 22 August 2018 (has links)
Inserida no campo dos Estudos Culturais, esta pesquisa observa o contato entre a produção artística do teatro de grupo da cidade de São Paulo e o espectador não especializado aquele que não é profissional ou estudante teatral. Somando observações, depoimentos, entrevistas e estatísticas, é possível constatar que um verdadeiro público teatral, espontâneo e recorrente, é algo escasso. Apesar de ser amplamente oferecido na capital paulista, o teatro ainda não se configura como uma atividade preferida para o tempo livre dos cidadãos. Porém, o contato com o espectador não especializado não é item supérfluo, mas justamente onde o teatro pode encontrar suas condições de sustentabilidade financeira e artística, uma vez que esta é uma atividade que vive precária situação de financiamento e cujo conceito artístico está atrelado ao diálogo com a sociedade. Há, então, um conflito entre necessidade e ausência do espectador que merece ser analisado. Um conflito que a simples leitura de estatísticas não encerra, que é nublado pela visão nostálgica, plateias de especialistas e espectadores pontuais, e que vai além das explicações baseadas apenas na renda e escolaridade do público. O que esta dissertação propõe é um olhar interdisciplinar e crítico sobre o comportamento dos envolvidos nesta situação. Analisando os espectadores, percebe-se uma ânsia por diversão, grandiosidade, prazer e segurança que tem pouca harmonia com a produção artística do teatro de grupo, ainda que o atual valor dado à experiência possa encontrar afinidade nas propostas dos espetáculos. E analisando os artistas teatrais, percebe-se que a busca pelo espectador não especializado nem sempre se efetiva, seja por mecanismos de financiamento à cultura que relegam o espectador a segundo plano, pela fragilidade das ações de divulgação e formação de plateia ou por uma concepção elitista do próprio ofício. Esta dissertação espera colaborar academicamente com os estudos sobre recepção, entretenimento e democratização cultural. Mas espera ainda mais ressaltar a gravidade do problema de um teatro restrito a especialistas, e assim convidar para que outros ampliem este debate e gerem um movimento de maior aproximação entre arte e sociedade / Inserted in the field of Cultural Studies, this research observes the contact between the artistic production of the group theater in the city of São Paulo and the non-specialized spectator one who is not a professional or a theatrical student. Adding observations, testimonials, interviews and statistics, it is possible to observe that a true theatrical audience, spontaneous and recurrent, is something scarce. Despite being widely offered in the city of São Paulo, the theater is not yet a favorite activity for citizens\' free time. However, contact with the non-specialized spectator is not a superfluous item, but precisely where the theater can find its conditions of financial and artistic sustainability, since this is an activity that is experiencing precarious financing situation and whose artistic concept is linked to the dialogue with society. There is a conflict between need and absence of the spectator that deserves to be analyzed. A conflict that a simple reading of statistics does not solve, which is clouded by the nostalgic vision, expert audiences and momentary spectators, and that goes beyond the explanations based only on the income and education of the public. What this dissertation proposes is an interdisciplinary and critical look at the behavior of those involved in this situation. Analyzing the spectators, it is perceived an eagerness for amusement, grandiosity, pleasure and security that has little harmony with the artistic production of the group theater, although the current importance given to the experience can have affinity with the proposals of the plays. And analyzing theatrical artists, it is perceived that the search for the non-specialized spectator does not always take effect, either by mechanisms of cultural funding that relegate the viewer to the background, by the fragility of actions of publicity and audience generation or by an elitist conception of their occupation. This dissertation hopes to collaborate academically with the studies on reception, entertainment and cultural democratization. But it hopes even more to emphasize the seriousness of the problem of a theater restricted to specialists, and thus invite others to broaden this debate and generate a movement to bring art and society closer together
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Respeitável público: uma reflexão sobre a relação entre o teatro de grupo paulistano e o público não especializado / Honorable audience: a reflection on the relation between the group theater in the city of São Paulo and the non-specialized spectators

Freire, Vitor Silva 22 August 2018 (has links)
Inserida no campo dos Estudos Culturais, esta pesquisa observa o contato entre a produção artística do teatro de grupo da cidade de São Paulo e o espectador não especializado aquele que não é profissional ou estudante teatral. Somando observações, depoimentos, entrevistas e estatísticas, é possível constatar que um verdadeiro público teatral, espontâneo e recorrente, é algo escasso. Apesar de ser amplamente oferecido na capital paulista, o teatro ainda não se configura como uma atividade preferida para o tempo livre dos cidadãos. Porém, o contato com o espectador não especializado não é item supérfluo, mas justamente onde o teatro pode encontrar suas condições de sustentabilidade financeira e artística, uma vez que esta é uma atividade que vive precária situação de financiamento e cujo conceito artístico está atrelado ao diálogo com a sociedade. Há, então, um conflito entre necessidade e ausência do espectador que merece ser analisado. Um conflito que a simples leitura de estatísticas não encerra, que é nublado pela visão nostálgica, plateias de especialistas e espectadores pontuais, e que vai além das explicações baseadas apenas na renda e escolaridade do público. O que esta dissertação propõe é um olhar interdisciplinar e crítico sobre o comportamento dos envolvidos nesta situação. Analisando os espectadores, percebe-se uma ânsia por diversão, grandiosidade, prazer e segurança que tem pouca harmonia com a produção artística do teatro de grupo, ainda que o atual valor dado à experiência possa encontrar afinidade nas propostas dos espetáculos. E analisando os artistas teatrais, percebe-se que a busca pelo espectador não especializado nem sempre se efetiva, seja por mecanismos de financiamento à cultura que relegam o espectador a segundo plano, pela fragilidade das ações de divulgação e formação de plateia ou por uma concepção elitista do próprio ofício. Esta dissertação espera colaborar academicamente com os estudos sobre recepção, entretenimento e democratização cultural. Mas espera ainda mais ressaltar a gravidade do problema de um teatro restrito a especialistas, e assim convidar para que outros ampliem este debate e gerem um movimento de maior aproximação entre arte e sociedade / Inserted in the field of Cultural Studies, this research observes the contact between the artistic production of the group theater in the city of São Paulo and the non-specialized spectator one who is not a professional or a theatrical student. Adding observations, testimonials, interviews and statistics, it is possible to observe that a true theatrical audience, spontaneous and recurrent, is something scarce. Despite being widely offered in the city of São Paulo, the theater is not yet a favorite activity for citizens\' free time. However, contact with the non-specialized spectator is not a superfluous item, but precisely where the theater can find its conditions of financial and artistic sustainability, since this is an activity that is experiencing precarious financing situation and whose artistic concept is linked to the dialogue with society. There is a conflict between need and absence of the spectator that deserves to be analyzed. A conflict that a simple reading of statistics does not solve, which is clouded by the nostalgic vision, expert audiences and momentary spectators, and that goes beyond the explanations based only on the income and education of the public. What this dissertation proposes is an interdisciplinary and critical look at the behavior of those involved in this situation. Analyzing the spectators, it is perceived an eagerness for amusement, grandiosity, pleasure and security that has little harmony with the artistic production of the group theater, although the current importance given to the experience can have affinity with the proposals of the plays. And analyzing theatrical artists, it is perceived that the search for the non-specialized spectator does not always take effect, either by mechanisms of cultural funding that relegate the viewer to the background, by the fragility of actions of publicity and audience generation or by an elitist conception of their occupation. This dissertation hopes to collaborate academically with the studies on reception, entertainment and cultural democratization. But it hopes even more to emphasize the seriousness of the problem of a theater restricted to specialists, and thus invite others to broaden this debate and generate a movement to bring art and society closer together
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Coaches perception of their responsibility to crowd control

Garber, John H January 2010 (has links)
Typescript, etc. / Digitized by Kansas Correctional Industries
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Motivational Factors Affecting Spectators

Sozeri, Baris 01 December 2005 (has links) (PDF)
Interest in sport, especially in soccer has been increasing in Turkey. Consequently, sport clubs should ascertain the reasons why people attend sporting events and what motivates them to attend in order not to lose their interest. From this point / the purpose of this study was to examine the motivational factors affecting spectator attendance of soccer games in Turkey. In order to measure the sport fan motivations of the spectators, the Turkish version of Motivational Scale for Sport Consumption (MSSC) was distributed to 602 spectators in three different Super League Soccer games with the systematic sampling procedure. Results of this study indicated that the physical skills of the athletes, aesthetics related with the game of soccer and the achievement motives are the most effective motives in explaining spectators&rsquo / decisions to attend soccer games in Turkey. On the other hand, escape, drama, and social interaction motives were found to be the least important motives of the Turkish soccer spectators. The findings of this study also revealed that the more frequent ticket consumers&rsquo / achievement and acquisition of knowledge motivations were higher than the other consumer types in spectator segmentation. Multiple regression analysis revealed that 27 % of the variance in future ticket consumption intentions can be accounted for by the linear combination of 6 of the 12 variables including past ticket consumption frequency, fan identification with the team, and the motives of achievement, acquisition of knowledge, aesthetics, and social interaction. These findings indicated that Turkish spectators are mainly motivated by the core product of the sport, the game itself. However, previous studies indicated that overarching motives (escape, social interaction) should be one of the aspects of the game attendance. Thus, findings of this study showed that Turkish spectators do not perceive the attending a sport game as a social and stress releasing activity. In conclusion, motivations are the needs of the sport consumers, therefore, Turkish sport clubs should try to fulfill the needs of their customers, in this case, acquiring skilled soccer players, playing good team soccer, and playing combatively to win games should be the prerequisites of the sport clubs to not to lose their spectators&rsquo / interest in following their team from the stadium.
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Le corps gai et ses représenations : du rejet au miroir

Toth, Lucille January 2007 (has links)
Mémoire numérisé par la Division de la gestion de documents et des archives de l'Université de Montréal
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An Enquiry Concerning Adam Smith¡¦s Moral Philosophy

Wu, Jheng-yu 16 February 2012 (has links)
The crucial purposes of this thesis have two folds. Firstly, I will reconstruct Adam Smith¡¦s (5 June 1723-17 July 1790) thought through re-conceptualising the doctrine of the human nature in his theory. In doing this, I will give you reasons that the so-called ¡¥Das Adam Smith Problem¡¦ is founding on the wrong problematic concern in interpreting Smith¡¦s doctrine. The bulk of ¡¥the problem¡¦, having raised from the incessant controversy about whether Smith¡¦s theory is a coherent system built upon either sympathetic-based or interested-based foundation, but, as my kernel problematic concern in this thesis, I will argue that, neither side alone captures comprehensively about Smith¡¦s own understanding of human nature. Through presenting Smith¡¦s conception of the development of our moral judgement and his construction of operational principal of our market bahaviour, his doctrine of man should be orientated towards our intellectual capacity, especially on how do human cultivate their own moral judgement and the proper way of mutual understanding in everyday life. To accentuate the development of our capacity of judgement or reflection is the way I argue to understand Smith¡¦s conception of man correctly. Secondly, another controversy about Smith¡¦s doctrine lies on the contradiction among the concepts of ¡¥propriety¡¦ and ¡¥virtue¡¦ in his moral philosophy, while the former is the general standard attainable by the majority, and the latter with the stricter normative standard only a few men can achieve. My argument is, if man¡¦s intellectual capacity, such as judgement and reflection, having been regarded as essential concepts that Smith used to supersede the deficiency of one-sided understanding of human, then, his conception of impartial spectator and spectatorship¡¦s approach also gives the priority to cultivate our moral judgement and our capacity of reflection. Smith¡¦s primary concern, if I conceive it rightly, is to inspire our moral potential through disclosing the general principle lies behind our moral learning which terminated in the judgement made by impartial spectator, further, the concept of impartial spectator is also a linkage of different normative standards prescribed by propriety or virtue. Finally, In the conclusion part, I will connect my argument about moral potential with Smith¡¦s conception of human nature which tries to prove that, as the practical moralist, who considered man as intellectual animals that who deserves this privileged claim when who urges himself in enlarging and improving his own mentality.
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A perplexing pilgrimage : the spectator as Mitreisender in the Tanztheater of Pina Bausch

Campbell Daly, Janis January 2009 (has links)
No description available.

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