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    Melbourne is connected to the rest of the world based on the information shown on your graph. From looking at the graphs it can be seen that Melbourne is connected with the rest of the world. Task 7: Data Comparison Compare and contrast the data collected by our class with the data provided by Tourism Victoria and Tourism Australia. You may like to present your comparison in the form of a table, a Venn diagram showing similarities and differences, or in a paragraph. Similarities Differences • Both have an amount of domestic travellers • Asian travellers were evident and contribute to Asia contributing most of the money • There was nobody from the US, New Zealand and the UK which is different because they are one of the main contributors to Australian tourism. • Venezuela isn’t one of the top fifth-teen countries travelling to Australia Task 8- Melbourne City: Transport a) Collate the data you collected on Southern Cross Station into a neat table. Description of station Large, open, busy Transport options available Trains, buses Number of platforms 16 Where can information be accessed At the Ticket and information desk. Train station workers. List of various services available at station Food shops, Conveniences stores, Supermarkets, Information, ATM’s, toilets Is the station wheel chair accessible? Yes, there are ramps and lifts. Where is the main entrance to the station located? City-side How can tickets be purchased? At ticket desks, myki’s can be bought and…

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    6, I was serving hot dogs and canned drinks to the hungry players in the canteen, and updating the scoreboard for each new goal. Since age 6, I was roped into endless games of jack in the pack and kick to kick with my brothers. At age 6, the thought of playing football never crossed my mind, not ever. It was not until 6 years later my local club introduced an U’15s girls football team. I was 12 at the time, and 4 years later I was still playing and saw the growth and recognition of the game – 3…

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    the Essendon Football Club (Essendon) found by the Court of Arbitration (CAS) to have breached clause 11.2 of the Australian Football League (AFL) anti-doping code as a result of their part in the Essendon supplements saga in 2012. Hibberd, along with 33 other past and present Essendon footballers were “sanctioned with a period of ineligibility of two years as of 31 March 2015”. Currently, Hibberd is serving a provisional suspension from all competition expiring on 13 November 2016. As a result…

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    Coca-Cola became the official sponsor of the FIFA 2014 World Cup that was held in Brazil. In this campaign, the company took advantage of the international football fans who were enthusiastic about the game. The use of football as a unifying sport allowed Coca-Cola to reach fans from over 90 countries (Minguez, 2014). As compared to Pepsi’s campaign, Coca-Cola had a greater impact on the soccer fans because it made use of…

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    “Chief AIS doctor David Hughes has praised sports for embracing new concussion protocols and is confident there has been a culture shift to ensure weekend warriors avoid long-term health risks associated with head knocks. Hughes gave a presentation to AIS staff on Tuesday to brief them on the details of a landmark policy released on the weekend by the institute and the Australian Medical Association” (Dutton). This evidence shows how doctors are stepping up to make contact sports safe for…

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    Hochuli had been an NFL Ref since 1990 and had overseen more football in his 28 years than most could even fathom. He was originally hired as a back judge in 1990 soon to find himself under NFL referee Howard Roe. Following his time under Roe, Hochuli earned himself a role as an NFL referee in 1992. He began his Refereeing career officiating pre-season games, but since had officiated two Super Bowls - Super Bowl XXXII and Super Bowl XXXVIII - as well as being an alternate in three others. He…

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    Afl Business Model

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    In the Journal of Sport and Social Issues, William J. Morgan posed that, “sport is an essential instrument of the social order to be used to promote economic and political agendas” and in a larger sense that, “this sport ideology is but a reflection of the larger, ideological hegemony of advanced industrial society” and “a reflection of the prevailing economic order” (Morgan 1983). Through this work, I intend to argue that this prevailing economic order can be viewed through the lens of the…

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    Racism in sport in Australia has a long history as stated by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)[1]. Race Relationships within the Australian Football community have proven the significance of acceptance and equality over recent times. The AFL have proven that the indigenous race within the Australian football community suffer from a disadvantage as they present absent from management roles within the sport and often are the victim of racism and stereotypical facts. A disturbing…

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    Analysis Of A Dip Chiller

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    market. This product is a bowl in bowl chiller. It works by putting ice or hot water in the lower larger bowl. The upper smaller bowl than sits within the larger bowl and contains the dip. Many consumers can use dip bowls however this dip bowl focuses on fans of the National Football League. The dip bowl will be football shaped instead of just plain. This product will be useful for tailgating, house parties, and even families watching the game. Even a single person watching a game can…

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    Every year millions of individuals gather around their television to watch the Super Bowl, an all-out battle of two teams fighting for a trophy and recognition as world champions. The friends, families, co-workers, and any other large groups of people use this connection of football to bond and gain enjoyment out of the event produced by large corporations. While people are using this enjoyment to brighten their mood and have a good time, corporations are profiting large amounts of money at time…

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