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Temples of the Earthbound Gods: Stadiums in the Cultural Landscapes of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires is a book by scholar and journalist Christopher Thomas Gaffney published by the University of Texas Press in 2008.Relating Brazilian and Argentinian culture with stadiums, Gaffney conducted an analysis of effects of stadiums in changes in culture. Gaffney described stadiums as "historical, economic, political, sociocultural, technological, and globalizing processes as they are expressed on the local level." The book guides through the history of stadiums in general also in Brazil and Argentina. Through Gaffney, stadiums were considered as portrayals of changes.

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  • Temples of the Earthbound Gods: Stadiums in the Cultural Landscapes of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires is a book by scholar and journalist Christopher Thomas Gaffney published by the University of Texas Press in 2008.Relating Brazilian and Argentinian culture with stadiums, Gaffney conducted an analysis of effects of stadiums in changes in culture. Gaffney described stadiums as "historical, economic, political, sociocultural, technological, and globalizing processes as they are expressed on the local level." The book guides through the history of stadiums in general also in Brazil and Argentina. Through Gaffney, stadiums were considered as portrayals of changes.
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  • Temples of the Earthbound Gods: Stadiums in the Cultural Landscapes of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires is a book by scholar and journalist Christopher Thomas Gaffney published by the University of Texas Press in 2008.Relating Brazilian and Argentinian culture with stadiums, Gaffney conducted an analysis of effects of stadiums in changes in culture. Gaffney described stadiums as "historical, economic, political, sociocultural, technological, and globalizing processes as they are expressed on the local level." The book guides through the history of stadiums in general also in Brazil and Argentina. Through Gaffney, stadiums were considered as portrayals of changes.
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