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  1. 1. Bull Fighting in Spain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-5xoorcpzw&feature=related Bullfighting in Seville, Spain #6
  2. 2. Bull fighting was banned in Spain's northeastern region of Catalonia on September 24, 2011.
  3. 3. What is Bull Fighting?
  4. 4. Objectives 1. Define bull fighting. 2. Identify two positive impacts of banning bull fighting. 3. Identify two negative impacts of banning bull fighting.
  5. 5. Focus <ul>Evaluate the impact a cultural ban has on a country. </ul>1. Define bull fighting. 2. Identify two positive impacts of banning bull fighting. 3. Identify two negative impacts of banning bull fighting.
  6. 6. Behavioral Expectations <ul><li>Opinions are encouraged!
  7. 7. There are no right or wrong answers.
  8. 8. Treat each other with respect aka no name calling.
  9. 9. Only one person may speak at a time. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Bull Fighting Part of the pull of bullfighting for crowds is witnessing death. But, a desire to see death in front of one's own eye's amounts to blood lust. Why should humans be accommodated in such a morbid pursuit? Henry Davis Many matadors are gored each year. In 2010, famed matador Julio Aparicio was gored in the throat by a bull during the Festival of Saint Isidro. The bulls horn went through his neck and throat and up through his mouth. Such gruesome scenes, and the risks that matadors must take with their lives, have no place in a modern society. Mac McDaniels “ 76 percent of Spaniards have no interest in attending or supporting bullfights.&quot; PETA Many traditions have been defended for their cultural, traditional value. Stoning women for immodesty is one of them. We know very well that such tradition-for-tradition's-sake arguments are debunk. The same holds true with bullfighting Caroline Lucas
  11. 11. Bull Fighting Top Spanish matador El Juli said the ban &quot;would cause big losses for an important economic sector, which provides a livelihood for many families.&quot; In Spain, many youth idealize bull fighters for their strength, grace, and wit in outmaneuvering bulls. This is valuable in inspiring and compelling success in future generations. Patrick Finder People who eat meat are hypocritical when they object to the cruelty in the sport. The bulls lead a better life overall than the factory-farmed animals which end up on your plate. They are too hyped-up on adrenaline to feel pain when they die. Alan Danes Bullfighting is an art of life. It portrays all mankind's fears and accomplishments while facing the charge of life, which represent the bull. I find bullfighting the ultimate challenge, you have to be strong and daring to face a raging bull eye to eye; I cannot imagine the world without bullfighting. It's an art worth enjoying forever. David Truveaux
  12. 12. An early reform introduced by the rulers of Iraq was the forced unveiling of women by a special decree on 8 January 1936
  13. 13. Following the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Iran became an Islamic State. Under the 'Islamic' state, Iranian women lost many of rights gained under the previous regime. Women were forced to veil and lost almost all their rights.
  14. 14. Rodeo
  15. 15. Review Time Objectives : 1. Define bull fighting. 2. Identify two positive impacts of banning bull fighting. 3. Identify two negative impacts of banning bull fighting.
  16. 16. Homework Find another cultural tradition from another Spanish speaking country. Write a one page paper on how the culture would be impacted if the tradition were banned. What would be the arguments for and against the ban.

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