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Spiritual Connotation and Artistic Appeal of “Ball” Culture

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2021.51215 | Downloads: 18 | Views: 816


Jianzhong Dai 1


1 Law School, Shandong University of Technology, Zibo 255049, China

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Jianzhong Dai


"Ball" culture is not a new word. With the development of social economy and the improvement of people's requirements for spiritual civilization, various "ball" culture begin to attract people's attention. For example, table tennis, football, basketball, rugby, golf, bowling and other ball games are no longer just competitive sports, but more of a spiritual culture. This kind of spiritual culture affects people imperceptibly and integrates into every corner of people's life. Like the simplest sports channel, it is also a process of cultural transmission. Not to mention the fact that you have been to the game to watch all kinds of ball games, the infection of the scene atmosphere is also a kind of cultural influence. This paper aims to analyze the culture represented by various "balls", explore their aesthetic taste and artistic appeal, and put forward countermeasures to deepen the cultural influence of "ball".


“ball” culture, Aesthetic taste, Artistic appeal


Jianzhong Dai, Spiritual Connotation and Artistic Appeal of "Ball" Culture. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2021) 5: 64-67. DOI:


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