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In the 2000s and 2010s, the distinction between amateur and professional has become increasingly blurred, especially in areas such as computer programming, music and astronomy. Amateurism can be seen in both a negative and positive light. Receiving payment to participate in an event disqualified an athlete from that event, as in the case of he got payment in a different sport, but was banned in all olympic sports. Ham radio's technical culture Online ed. Radio astronomy was founded by , an.

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The Invisible Universe: The Story of Radio Astronomy. The lack of financial benefit can be seen as a sign of to a sport; until the 1970s the Olympic rules required that competitors be amateurs. For example, amateur athletes in sports such as , or are regarded as having a lower level of ability than professional athletes. Since amateurs often do not have formal training, some amateur work may be considered sub-par. That ideology spanned many different fields of interest. The ancient Greek citizens would spend most of their time in other pursuits, but would compete according to their natural talents and abilities.

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Radio itself was greatly advanced by , a young Italian gentleman who started out by tinkering with a and a as an amateur electrician. With the start of the , with people thinking more about how the world works around them, see , things like the , and the writing of the book , started to shape the idea of the gentleman amateur. A few examples of these gentleman amateurs are , , and. On the other hand, an amateur may be in a position to approach a subject with an open mind as a result of the lack of formal training and in a financially disinterested manner. The Scientific Revolution: An Encyclopedia. He was a person who was vastly interested in a particular topic and would study, observe, and collect things and information on his topic of choice. Morel Tales: The Culture of Mushrooming.

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. An amateur who dabbles in a field out of interest rather than as a profession, or who possesses a general but superficial interest in any art or a branch of knowledge, is often referred to as a. The term , or pro-am, is used to describe these activities. It may have had its roots in the ancient of having compete in the. Amateurs, Professionals, and Serious Leisure. Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity.

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