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FC: individualism/collectivism | by Kris Harron

1: individualism | definition the theory that all actions are for the individual

2: examples | image

3: quotes | Freedom, morality, and the human dignity of the individual consists precisely in this; that he does good not because he is forced to do so, but because he freely conceives it, wants it, and loves it. Mikhail A. Bakunin Duty is not collective; it is personal. Calvin Coolidge

4: six characteristics | rule of law individual rights and freedoms private property economic freedom self interests competition

5: a artical about a individual | the thrill of watching Roy “Doc” Halladay throw a no-hitter for the Phillies against the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 of the NL Division Series certainly helped save the day. Halladay fanned eight and threw 79 strikes to lead the Phillies to a 4-0 win. Jay Bruce was the only Red to get on base with a walk in the 5th. In addition to his pitching finesse, Halladay also had a successful day with the bat. In the second inning, he hit a single to score Jimmy Rollins. Not many pitchers can boast of getting an RBI and a no-hitter in the same game. Read more:

6: With two outs in the ninth, Cincinnati’s Brandon Phillips hit a dribbler down in front of Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz. It rolled slowly on the wet grass and Ruiz had difficulty fielding the ball, but he threw it from his knees to first base. The fans held their breath. First baseman Ryan Howard sucked in the throw and made the out, preserving the no-hitter. The crowd went wild. This may have been Halladay's first postseason appearance

7: when i used to play baseball you had a team but when your up to bat its just you vs your opponent to see who is better and none can help you and some times you win and some times you lose because it is just you because some people can fail at there job

8: examples image

9: collective | definition a unit of organization or the organization in a collectivist system

10: quotes Even though we want huge individual egos, our collective ego is unbelievable. Mike Krzyzewski

11: six characteristics | economic equality cooperation public property collective interest collective responsibility adherence to collective norms

12: a articles on teams | "The strength of the team is each individual member... the strength of each member is the team!" (Phil Jackson, Coach, Chicago Bulls) For a sports team to exist, you need a group of talented athletes, who work together to achieve a common goal of winning the match. There are 4 characteristics that individual members and the team as a whole needs in order to be successful. These can be described by the acronym: T - Trust E - Enthusiasm A - Ambition M - Motivation

13: Trust allows team members to depend on each other and good teamwork is based on trust. In team sports, the players need to depend on each other. When trust is lacking, the members play as individuals, weakening the whole team unit. Trust is built when team members get to know each other and their abilities and commitment. It grows as the team practice together until and developed team has an almost instinctive feel for one another. In an effective sports team there needs to be trust between team mates, trust between the coach and players and individual athletes need to trust themselves and their own abilities. If an athlete does not trust himself or his abilities it often expresses as fear of failure

15: as in the picture to the left it so eight men or woman working together to push others to the point were you win the ball

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