The Impact of Hooliganism on Our Society in Serbia

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The impacts of hooliganism on our society
Firstly, we started discussing the topic of hooliganism throughout the world and also in our country. We have watched many videos on the Internet, investigated further and interviewed many people all around the world with many different perspectives. Furthermore we paid attention to the problems that hooligans make and imposed different solutions to this problem. But first of all we answered questions we had primarily stated in project plan so we can understand the background information about our topic. Background information

At the beginning we needed to understand what exactly the term ‘hooliganism’ means and what makes person to become one. From all the people we have interviewed we have heard many different definitions for the word ‘hooliganism’, but none of these definitions were completely accurate, and therefore we have come to a conclusion of our own: Hooliganism is malicious, aggressive and destructive behaviour which most commonly occurs during a sports activity. Throughout our heavy researching we have discovered that hooliganism is more likely to occur in the countries which are less developed or have major political or economical crisis. As an almost perfect example we have chosen the United Kingdom. While they primarily had political and juridical issues hooliganism was widespread throughout the whole nation of the United Kingdom. This was the situation until the twentieth century when the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Margaret Thatcher who imposed laws against hooliganism. As we were further discussed our topic we understood that hooliganism is also hugely spread across small countries which were once part of one big nation. Throughout our discussion we all agreed that there are other greater problems behind hooliganism such as illegal criminal and drug organizations. Next question that imposes itself is what makes these people to become hooligans. It is difficult to speculate on what makes a...
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