A Contribution to the Study of Galactic Dimensions by Shapley H.

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Qxd 02/12/03 12:03 Page 34 34 Sites of Sport the taste of a pre-game burger and beer to invoke a sense of carnival and release from the workaday world. The consumption of large amounts of red meat and beer is commonplace at the stadium and helps to fuel the energy of the crowd. The taste on the tongues of the masses are only as diverse as the menu at the concession stand. 27 Stadiums throughout the world stimulate the palates of their patrons in a very limited way. The particular tastes of the stadium are anticipated and savoured, however, and are hopefully a departure from habitual patterns of consumption.

In the schoolyard or in the classroom, at tables and benches, everyone was located at a specific place and in conformity with the traditional management and disciplinary use of school space.

The individual and the crowd probably use upwards of 15 senses during any given game though we must admit that the exploration of the full range of stadiumrelated senses remains to be undertaken. We identify the senses additional to those outlined above, as sixth senses, in that they are not fully intellectualized nor fully somatic, but lie somewhere in between. Each of these sixth senses adds to the individual and collective experience of the stadium and helps to inform action, response, emotion and understanding.

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