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AT&T

Overview page. Subjects: Computing — Sport and Leisure.

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. From its origins in 1875 to 1984, AT&T ran the Bell System, the US telephone monopoly. In the computer industry, the company is best known for the...

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cultural turn

Overview page. Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Sport and Leisure.

The increased focus, from the 1990s onwards, on culture as a geographical agent and product: ‘a reorientation of human geography's interdisciplinary concerns toward the wide field of...

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new international division of labour

Overview page. Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Sport and Leisure.

(NIDL)

A global division of labour associated with the growth of transnational corporations and the deindustrialization of the advanced economies. The most common pattern is for...

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observation

Overview page. Subjects: Science and Mathematics — Sport and Leisure.

A central principle and method in scientific enquiry. Rigorous observation is fundamental to systematic experimental work in laboratory sciences. In the sociocultural study of sport,...

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