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    The Triviality of Martial Arts Studies

    NBK
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    Post by NBK Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:33 pm

    Available on academic.edu if you sign up (free). It's a very good site if you need any academic papers, some are excellent reading.

    The lead:

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    Paul Bowman
    Cardiff University, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Faculty Member

    The Triviality of Martial Arts Studies [Draft 1]

    This is a first draft. The paper addresses the question of whether the emergent field of martial arts studies might be regarded as trivial. In doing so, it explores possible rationales and raisons d'être of the field in terms of a reflection on the legitimation of academic subjects, especially those closest to martial arts studies and from which martial arts studies can be seen to have emerged.

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    Trivial? I have some candidates that don't even reach that level of insignificance.

    NBK
    Y-Chromosome
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    The Triviality of Martial Arts Studies Empty Re: The Triviality of Martial Arts Studies

    Post by Y-Chromosome Sat May 06, 2017 3:57 am

    That's the most trivial field of study he could find?

    http://mentalfloss.com/article/52545/33-unusual-majors-your-college-probably-didnt-offer

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