History of soccer

The world’s most popular game influences society’s norms like no other,” writes Moya Dodd in The New York limes. “If soccer is a haven of sexism, racism and corruption, it drags our world backward. If it becomes a showcase of inclusion, integrity and respect, it will create an immeasurable social and economic dividend of equity, tolerance and progress.” Does soccer serve to promote peace, understanding, and shared cultural values? Or does the sport exacerbate differences, tensions, and conflict based on class, gender, race, religion, place, or any other forms of identity?

 

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