Sports a View

Sports the View from the Bar

A typical Saturday evening at the local Sports Bar, where to

sit where could be the best place for you to watch the game,

any game Hockey, Baseball, Basketball,Boxing, UFC Mixed

Martial Arts. Why and how we choose our seats says a lot

about what type of sporting fan you are diehard or just

there to enjoy, as well as why the owners place the

televisions where they do how they layout their space.

         These business’s take a lot of time to place there

televisions in an aesthetically pleasing position for their

customers enjoyment and pleasure. This is how Slack

and Wise describe a concept of “cultural space: a space

unique to a particular way of life, articulation, or

assemblage” (137). How much effort goes into preparing

a space that encompasses what different groups are

looking for the diehards sitting at the bar closest to

the action as well as the service best seat in the house

for them. The social sports fan farther back so that they

can watch at a distance but still spend most of their time

communicating with others in their group.

      There is I am sure a perfect seat for each of us where

we can be as close with an event as well as close with those

enjoying it with us. This area is as much a part of each person 

as it is with the group and their needs as a whole. Business’s

understand this and cater to as many groups as possible to

make sure no person or group fells as though there is no place

for them in the Pub, Sports Bar, Social club.

Works Cited

Slack, Jennifer Daryl., and J. Macgregor Wise. Culture & Technology: A Primer. New York: Peter Lang, 2007. 135-47. Print.

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