Canadian History: Hockey Term Paper by Top Papers

Canadian History: Hockey
A discussion on hockey as an intrinsic part of Canadian culture.
# 133815 | 2,500 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Canadian Studies (Sports) , Canadian Studies (History, Culture) , Sport (General)


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The paper discusses how Canada is associated with ice hockey and Canadians themselves identify with hockey, a sport that has been an integral part of the nation's society since its early origins. The paper notes that as Canadian teams perform quite well in hockey on a global scale, hockey represents the face of success that Canada presents to the rest of the world. The paper explains that some Canadians believe that hockey is such an intrinsic part of Canadian culture that it represents Canada's life, religion, and politics, and this is because hockey is not only Canada's national emblem, it is a part of the personal history of the people and it is emphasized by the media and society at large.

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