Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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Club members were active in various ways, particularly in organizing and participating in various cultural and folkloric events.

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Club members were active in various ways, particularly in organizing and participating in various cultural and folkloric events.

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As one of the largest club associations, Boca Juniors developed various cultural programs for its members and their families, including theatre and cinema programs, as well as classes in music, dance, language, and chess.

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As one of the largest club associations, Boca Juniors developed various cultural programs for its members and their families, including theatre and cinema programs, as well as classes in music, dance, language, and chess.

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Notice the reference to "mate", a folkloric symbol of the club, which prides itself on maintaining ties to the nation's gaucho past. In a later section, teachers are hired to help children learn traditional dances.
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