What is the Meaning & Definition of rivalry

The rivalry is the dispute which is established between two or more individuals, or between groups in achieving the same aim, on the way to overcome it. For this reason, the decision which arouses a person positioned as rival, has a number of objectives to meet, and a justification for such an attitude. The rivalry is a very common in almost all contexts and in all ages situation, since it does not distinguish a specific age but on the contrary, from children and to mature adults can maintain a rivalry with another situation.
As we said, the rivalry has specific objectives and the subject that rivals with another will always have a justification to act that way confrontadora. Goals is what I want to achieve rivaling, we could say competing with each other. And of course, that goal, that goal or this purpose, will have justification. For example, I myself instead of "rival" with a co-worker, because my goal is to overcome it in number of hours worked, to prove so I am an employee effective and interested in the work, which will certainly be in my favor at the moment to ask for a pay raise or a promotion.
Usually, the rivalry arises in the performance of work, work and activities and of course in the personal life of an individual level; rivalries between families, among siblings, cousins, for example, as a result of the Mission of pleasing to a third party, such as the father, grandparents, among others, are extremely common. And not to mention the professional level in which rivalries are the order of the day among colleagues or between individuals who perform in a same craft or trade area and want to improve professional positions.
Now, the rivalry between one and the other can be characterized as a quiet, peaceful rivalry, that is never exceeded, nor takes the consequences more than the cause itself, or failing that, if transfer limits and end up becoming a serious dispute, serious, which can affect the emotional part stability or to trigger any physical sequel to serious as a result of a fight motivated by the same rivalry between the parties.
This rivalry between one and the other can be characterized as a quiet or peaceful rivalry, which never exceeds or entails serious consequences further than the cause itself, or failing that, if it goes beyond the limits and it can become a serious or serious dispute, which can affect the emotional stability of one of the parties or to trigger some kind of conflict with serious physical assault as a result of a fight motivated by the same rivalry between the parties.
The sporting rivalry is one of the most common types that hold individuals as such or as groups, since it implies the passionate confrontation between athletes and sports clubs. Although rivalry is established not only between opponents, or opponents technicians, but exceeds them to these and reaches fans and fans of the sport groups. Here, as elsewhere, the scope of the rivalry can go beyond and lead to serious violent events.
Because of this, is that associations internments such as FIFA (for soccer) have started to promote some years campaigns of awareness raising and promotion of the called "fair play" or commonly known as Fair Play. In this way, it tries to promote good practices in the field, understanding that these will be the basis to propagate the spirit of "rivalry" without aggression towards fans of sports clubs and recognizing other respect. Without a doubt, is one of the strategic stakes (although perhaps not enough) of these important international associations for shoveling the situation of violence and aggression which have lived for decades between swollen from different teams.
Sports passion is not the only reason for rivalry. Other "passions" as religion, politics, music, geographical locations, and even art are areas that were also able to generate on differences and controversies. For this reason, the sense of belonging which, on many occasions, is transformed into "fanaticism", leads to establish one attitude of opponent or rival, facing each other which, undoubtedly, does not belong to the same "team" than we.

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