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Those who would protect the amateur spirit must first recognize the true character
of amateurism. It is supremely a thing of the spirit rather than of the flesh, and is to
be measured only in psychological terms. But outsiders cannot successfully ...
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In his 1904 article “The Amateur Spirit,” American essayist Bliss Perry itemized
the amateur economists, sociologists, preachers, and critics of art and literature “
who have plenty of zeal, but no knowledge of standards, no anchorage in ...
Author: Charles Tepperman
Publisher: University of California Press
Category: Performing Arts
From the very beginning of cinema, there have been amateur filmmakers at work. It wasn’t until Kodak introduced 16mm film in 1923, however, that amateur moviemaking became a widespread reality, and by the 1950s, over a million Americans had amateur movie cameras. In Amateur Cinema, Charles Tepperman explores the meaning of the “amateur” in film history and modern visual culture. In the middle decades of the twentieth century—the period that saw Hollywood’s rise to dominance in the global film industry—a movement of amateur filmmakers created an alternative world of small-scale movie production and circulation. Organized amateur moviemaking was a significant phenomenon that gave rise to dozens of clubs and thousands of participants producing experimental, nonfiction, or short-subject narratives. Rooted in an examination of surviving films, this book traces the contexts of “advanced” amateur cinema and articulates the broad aesthetic and stylistic tendencies of amateur films.
... they seem to peck and trifle with viands all day long in an amateur spirit :
tentatively French , truly German , and somehow falling between the two . The
empty birdcage , swept and garnished , and with no trace of the old piping
favorite , save ...
... the nature of a meal among this pleasing people ; they seem to peck and trifle
with viands all day long in an amateur spirit : tentatively French , truly German ,
and somehow falling between the two . The empty birdcage , swept and
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Much depends on how we treat the amateur spirit. The figure of the amateur, who
plays for the love of the game and for play', was very prominent in the
development of British sport. The enthronement of the amateur undoubtedly had
Author: Ross McKibbin
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
'Democracy and Political Culture' attempts to give a total picture of the political-social culture of Great Britain in the 20th century. It is a study of British democracy and asks the question: what does it mean to describe Britain as a democratic society?
The Amateur Spirit - Points of View . 6 . Fair Play . 7 . Victory . 8 . Competition . 9 .
Amateurism . 10 . Summary and Prospect . Acknowledgments . for the children .
These figures reflect great credit on Alderman Tom Fox and the other members ...
Includes abstracts of magazine articles and "Book reviews".
However , I think that much good will eventually come from it , as I think it will
result in a building - up of the amateur spirit of these clubs , and reunion with the
P. A. A. " * Killing the goose with the golden egg was scarcely more improvident
Author: University of Pennsylvania. General Alumni SocietyPublish On: 1930
It makes one realize perhaps more than one did how fundamental is the amateur spirit in life and how it is the actuating influence in our characters and
performances. It very definitely divides us into two groups who can rarely
understand each ...
Author: University of Pennsylvania. General Alumni Society
The sitter takes up an ordinary descence of “ spirit seated position , with a book in
hand , for instance , photography ” that occurs but looking up , as though taken by
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Their arguments are eloquently refuted by Daniel J. Boorstin , the historian and
former Librarian of Congress , in an essay entitled “ The Amateur Spirit and Its
Enemies . ” Mr. Boorstin writes , " The true leader is an amateur in the proper
Amateur astronomer Dick Luce, 72, teaches other amateurs lens grinding and
telescope making at New York's Hayden ... They can help laymen understand
science and remind professionals that the true spirit of science is the amateur spirit.
Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.
... that in normal circumstances the procedure has not greatly troubled the amateur photographer . Nega is perfectly safe . It consists of soaking the print for
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and then ...
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–John Tunis The modern spirit of amateurism emerged in Victorian England's
elite universities and private athletic clubs as an artifact of the class system. The amateur athlete was equated with the gentleman sportsman who participated out
Author: Steven J. Overman
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Steven Overman explores the concordant values of the Protestant ethic, capitalism, and sport by applying German scholar Max Weber's seminal thesis. Weber demonstrated a relationship between the Protestant ethic and a form of economic behavior he labeled the "Spirit of capitalism." The work introduces readers to the doctrines and values experience, focusing on the framing of work and play in light of an intense unease with human pleasure and idleness. The United States is portrayed as the quintessential Protestant ethic society. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Sport proposes "seven Protestant virtues" built upon rational asceticism and the work ethic that comprise the Protestant ethic. The spirit of capitalism is presented as a derivative of this ethic and a major force in shaping American institutions, notable organized sport. The second part of the book discusses the spirit of American sport as it is manifested in values the author identifies as the American sport ethic: seven constructs that correspond to the seven Protestant "virtues." Each of these constructs, e.g., achieved status, competitiveness, is examined as it has influenced organized sport. The discussion encompasses youth sport, college sport, professional sport, and American influence on the modern Olympics. The book then analyzes sport as a form of consumer capitalism.
Author: Crest Trading Company, New YorkPublish On: 1904
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