KINE 1000
KINE 1000 - SOCIO-ECONOMIC - York University Study Resources
  • 2 Pages 31. Plugged In and Tuned Out
    31. Plugged In And Tuned Out

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    March 11, 2013 Plugged In or Tuned Out Cyberbullying - Deliberate action: done with intent to harm others Cyber Trolling - Like cyberbullying, it is done with intent, but different from cyberbullying is that it is not done with criminal intent and only to

  • 2 Pages Physical Activity in the Community (1)
    Physical Activity In The Community (1)

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE COMMUNITY O Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Collaboration among business, government, and non-profit sector is vital to creating conditions

  • 2 Pages Physical Activity in the Community
    Physical Activity In The Community

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    P hysical Activity in the Community: Rates if active recreation are important signs of how healthy our lifestyles are today and how healthy the population will be in the future. Health is the complete physical, mental, and social well-being. Measuring an

  • 1 Page Physical Activity-Lecture Summaries
    Physical Activity-Lecture Summaries

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Physical Activity We are not just biology; we are affected by our interactions. We do not live in equitable societies. Nothing is unchangeable or unchallengeable To develop our sociocultural understanding we must recognize PA, the body and health as socia

  • 2 Pages Social Determinants of Health lecture summary
    Social Determinants Of Health Lecture Summary

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Social Determinants of Health Social Class is the same thing as socioeconomic status in this course, it is determined by income, wealth, social connections, education, occupation. Social stratification is the layering of the society; upper, middle, lower.

  • 2 Pages Social Determinants of Health
    Social Determinants Of Health

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Social Determinants of Health Researchers have found that health promotion projects, including the unsuccessful ones are rarely published. This prevents us from understanding the factors that enhance or inhibit the discussion of these initiatives. Underst

  • 1 Page Food Deserts lecture summary
    Food Deserts Lecture Summary

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Food Deserts Food security: When all people have access to sufficient and good food. It includes physical and economic access to food as well as their food preference, in some nations health problems are too much food and in others. Three pillars of food

  • 3 Pages Food Deserts Summary (1)
    Food Deserts Summary (1)

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Space, Place and Health: Food Deserts This paper explores the evolution of food deserts in the mid-sized Canadian city of London Ontario due to the suburbanization of food retailers which contributes to the emergenze of urban food deserts or disadvantaged

  • 3 Pages Food Deserts
    Food Deserts

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    FOOD DESERTS INTRODUCTION Food desert is socially-distressed neighborhood with low household income and poor access to healthy food They are generally in areas that are older urban areas Older urban areas tend to Lower Socioeconomic status less likely t

  • 1 Page fit to print -lecture
    Fit To Print -lecture

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Fit to print lecture Some is affected, hurt, and profits off status quo Images you see affects how you think gives you ideas about people We put people in boxes and dont see differences the differences not excuse for discrimination Masculine/nurturing and

  • 1 Page Sport and Representation
    Sport And Representation

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Sport and Representation Media does not acknowledge females as athletes because they are sexualized Pictures of them are not playing sports, but sexual images Historical construction: if youre raised a male, you will adopt male personsa and vice versa Men

  • 1 Page Media and Representation
    Media And Representation

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    MEDIA AND REPRESENTATION SPORT AND REPRESENTATION In 2000, Waneek Horn-Miller appeared naked on the cover of Time. What is noteworthy is her glamor and sexuality which signifies that she is a woman first and athlete second. It reassures that as women ente

  • 2 Pages Fit to Print
    Fit To Print

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Fit to Print This article mainly discusses how and why the media selects particular images, articles, and stories to publish with regards to health and obesity research. In essence, the article is about how other articles pick and choose the news they wan

  • 1 Page Cosmetic Surger lecture summary
    Cosmetic Surger Lecture Summary

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Cosmetic Surgery We put men and women in boxes and argue that theyre right because there is a biological difference. The biological difference is less than the biological similarity. We create these boxes because the system makes it easy to put ourselves

  • 2 Pages Towards a New Vision
    Towards A New Vision

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Towards a New Vision: We fail to see how our thoughts and actions uphold others subordination. (e.g. white feminists advocate for womens rights but fail to see how privileged they are due to their white skin) We classify our own type of oppression as the

  • 1 Page Toward a New Vision-Lecture summary
    Toward A New Vision-Lecture Summary

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    TOWARD A NEW VISION LECTURE SUMMARY Collins is the first black woman to hold a position in the American Sociological Association. We need a new way of thought to make sense of power relations and we need to put it into action. If you argue whos more oppre

  • 1 Page importance of appearance notes
    Importance Of Appearance Notes

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Reading 14: Debra Gimlin, Cosmetic Surgery: Paying for Your Beauty Interviews with one cosmetic surgeon and twenty of his patients investigate the complicated role of surgery in the construction of modern standards of beauty. The women who had cosmetic su

  • 2 Pages 15. First Nations’ Health and Physical Activity Issues
    15. First Nations’ Health And Physical Activity Issues

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Nov. 21/2012 First Nations Health and Physical Activity Issues Imperialism: the attitude of being superior Colonialism: the act of superiority and taking over - The attitudes and acts affect how we think about First Nations peoples Politicized time: the l

  • 2 Pages 18. Film and Sport
    18. Film And Sport

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Jan. 14/2013 Film and Sport Media and Literacy - Construct ties in with the major theme of social construction - There is nothing un-edited or unconstructed about media - Nothing that we see is free of mediation or bias; everything is packaged in some sor

  • 3 Pages 24. Sport, Violence, and Pain
    24. Sport, Violence, And Pain

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Feb. 6/2013 Sport, Violence, and Pain Tough Guise (will be on exam) - Violent men often depicted in media o Sports, TV, movies, video games - Example of Oz being a normal o Looking at masculinity not as a fixed being but a mask to hide vulnerability o Tou

  • 2 Pages 3. Physical Activity in the Community
    3. Physical Activity In The Community

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Maryam Kara KINE 1000 Sept. 17/2012 Physical Activity in the Community KINE 1000s Points of Departure We are social beings and our daily social lives are full of diversity, complexities and contradictions - Social order (or social disorder) is negotiated

  • 2 Pages 20. Socialization – Children and Parents Constructing
    20. Socialization – Children And Parents Constructing

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Jan. 21/2013 Socialization Children and Parents Constructing Gender Barbie Girls Versus Sea Monsters Socialization - What happens when we get socialized? o Our role in society, what it right/wrong, gender constructions - Socializing agents: parents, guard

  • 2 Pages 26. Sport, Violence, and Pain
    26. Sport, Violence, And Pain

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Feb. 13/2013 Sport, Violence, and Pain A time bomb - What is happened in professional sport with relation to violence? Is it a time bomb? - Playing violent sports will create more violent and war-like attitudes which will be translated into other parts of

  • 5 Pages 11. Sport and Representation
    11. Sport And Representation

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Oct. 17/2012 SPORT AND REPRESENTATION - Photographers carefully select the photos that they use in the media o The angle, the part of the body, the gesture Ex: Honduras female soccer team vs. men o Wanted females coach to go to the mens team Exercise in c

  • 2 Pages 8. Socio-cultural aspects of Type 2 Diabetes
    8. Socio-cultural Aspects Of Type 2 Diabetes

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Socio-cultural aspects of Type 2 Diabetes - 90% of people with diabetes have Type 2 o Adults, have insulin but doesnt work, glucose in blood o Can result in leg amputations Basic Problem - Living circumstances (ability to get food, live, etc.) are the SOD

  • 3 Pages 33. Health and Pleasure
    33. Health And Pleasure

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    March 18, 2013 Health and Pleasure Critical Interrogation of Obesity Epidemic - Frank Furedi says that in this society we have instilled fear in everything, which makes us vulnerable people, which thereby makes us focus on ourselves individually to the ne

  • 2 Pages 38. The Struggle to Claim our Humanity
    38. The Struggle To Claim Our Humanity

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    April 3, 2013 The Struggle to Claim our Humanity Citizens of the Empire by Robert Jenson Hope and Caution Video - Basketball coach that verbally and physically abused his players - Still has not been fired - Hope in the reaction of the media and the publi

  • 1 Page 9. Food Deserts
    9. Food Deserts

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Oct 10/2012 Lecture 4A: Space, Place, and Health: Food Deserts Last weeks lecture: Income Inequality and Health - Wealth of a country only matters to a certain degree, and then has no effect on the health of a country - On a graph, the relationship betwee

  • 1 Page Barbies and Sea monsters-lecture
    Barbies And Sea Monsters-lecture

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    socialization - we receive feedback about things that we do and we have to make a decision. These decisions will have consequences "doing" soccer - learning what is acceptable in soccer experiences in sport are determined by who you're playing with, coach

  • 2 Pages barbies vs sea monsters-reading
    Barbies Vs Sea Monsters-reading

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Kine 1000- chapter 2 notes -Messner will dissect a moment between both genders at the intersectional level (how do children differentiate in gender and what are the limits to these theories?), level of structural context (how does the segregation, between

  • 5 Pages Cosmetic Surgery
    Cosmetic Surgery

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    COSMETIC SURGERY: PAYING FOR YOUR BEAUTY INTRODUCTION The cosmetic surgery industry is expanding rapidly despite the criticisms about it In the past, patients were mostly men who were disabled by war or industrial accidents. Now it comprises mostly of wom

  • 2 Pages I Feel Like a Trini
    I Feel Like A Trini

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    I FEEL LIKE A TRINI Mark was one of the twenty Black Canadians that participated in study called Product of Canada which explored the settlement process and experiences and the educational and occupational outcomes of Caribbean Canadians aged 18-29 They e

  • 3 Pages Determinants of Health for First Nations
    Determinants Of Health For First Nations

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH FOR FIRST NATIONS Abstract: Determinants of health identified in general Canadian population hold for First Nations People and there is potential to move from analysis of traditional activities to more analysis of cultural attachmen

  • 7 Pages mock mini exam final
    Mock Mini Exam Final

    School: York University

    1) The belief that one can achieve anything in ones life is problematized by: a) agency b) mind-body dualism c) structure d) consent 2) Mary Duquin argues that some moral issues are not about fairness but about: a) diversity b) respect for the system c) d

  • 2 Pages Physical Activity
    Physical Activity

    School: York University

    Physical Activity, Sport and International Development Dr. Parissa Safai when athletes risk their lives and hurt their bodies who profits from this she says not the athletes Changing the world via sports: o o Sport is not neutral- know social construction

  • 1 Page Race and Racism Part I
    Race And Racism Part I

    School: York University

    Race and Racism Part I: Successes and Failures of Multiculutralism I feel like a Trini: Narrative of a generation and a hald Canadian Due to the reason he was raised, the different values he had and different way he sees life he says he is a trini and not

  • 2 Pages Race and Racism Part II
    Race And Racism Part II

    School: York University

    Race and Racism Part II Movie: o o People are okay with quarterback because they arent really in charge o Black female athletes absence of history of African American women who played sports body type doesnt look like the way it should hence shes intersex

  • 4 Pages Sports Violence and Pain
    Sports Violence And Pain

    School: York University

    Sports Violence and Pain Men, spinal cord injury, memories and the narrative performance of pain Introduction Wendell, Barnes, Mercer, Shakespeare state that the stories of disability do not observe the pain that the people experience. They give no import

  • 5 Pages Race and Racism Part I
    Race And Racism Part I

    School: York University

    Race and Racism Part I Hegemony A. Grmasci Because racism is still present we take up racist notions as common sense- we consent to our own oppression We are implicate din how racist notions persist critically challenge the notions of common sense Black

  • 4 Pages Violence
    Violence

    School: York University

    Violence (Pain) & Sport Han Rosling: reaches global health he needs to show it in way people both enjoy and understand animated data in real space 1810- all countries were poor and life expectancy were low over time it changes the western countries go up

  • 3 Pages Plugged in and reaching out
    Plugged In And Reaching Out

    School: York University

    Plugged in and reaching out Technology in classroom: invasion of new technologies into the classroom we are very exposed to it and we can access them very quickly we have been using the internet a lot! Electrical activity in brain surfing internet (way mo

  • 1 Page White Privilege and Male Privilege
    White Privilege And Male Privilege

    School: York University

    White Privilege and Male Privilege We dont like it when others criticize our country but we can criticize it- same thing for family Personal privilege: Humana had a nanny never thought anything of it, he was not rich but he was middle class he never real

  • 5 Pages Heterosexuality
    Heterosexuality

    School: York University

    Heterosexuality Patrick Keleher Focuses on gay men and physical culture phD- gay men who use steroids for cosmetic and aesthetic purposes Every individual should have the right to enjoy their bodies through physical activity- wellard we all agree to this

  • 5 Pages Kin 1000 Essay
    Kin 1000 Essay

    School: York University

    Distinguishing Inequity within Amateur Co-ed Sports Arthur Shkolnik 212110029 Section B Cheryl Pritlove Tutorial 5 Short Essay October 15, 2012-10-15 2012-2012 Kin1000 6.0 Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology York University Inequities and power str

  • 5 Pages kin essay
    Kin Essay

    School: York University

    1 Distinguishing Inequity within Amateur Co-ed Sports Arthur Shkolnik 212110029 Section B Cheryl Pritlove Tutorial 5 Short Essay October 15, 2012-10-15 2012-2012 Kin1000 6.0 Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology York University 2 Inequities and power

  • 12 Pages Kin 1000 Assignment 2
    Kin 1000 Assignment 2

    School: York University

    The influence of socio-cultural, economic and environmental factors on the quality and distribution of leisure and recreation activities in our lives By Arthur Shkolnik February 25, 2013 212110029 Section: B TA: Cheryl Pritlove Tutorial number: 6 Assignme

  • 1 Page Final_Exam_KINE1000_Essay_Questions
    Final_Exam_KINE1000_Essay_Questions

    School: York University

    Final Exam KINE1000 Essay Questions 1. Explain Patricia Hill Collins' point that each of us derives penalties and privileges from the oppressive systems that we are embedded in. 2. How does Emily Martin's analysis of gender-stereotypes illustrate the resi

  • 29 Pages Semester 1 Notes
    Semester 1 Notes

    School: York University

    Course: INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND FITNESS

    Towards A New Vision Patricia Hill Collins: -Her research examined intersecting power relations of race, gender, social class, sexuality and nation how they relate -Professor Collins asks who is oppressed in our society and by whom? (In other words, how a

  • 19 Pages Course Notes
    Course Notes

    School: York University

    Course: INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND FITNESS

    Power - Oppression is full of contradictions - Poverty is the main reason for health issues - Lack of access to medical cares, doctor, nurses etc. - Everyone is oppressed in some way - Im more oppressed than you only makes one weaker - Stereotyping provid

  • 2 Pages Insights on Healthy Immigrant Effect
    Insights On Healthy Immigrant Effect

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    INSIGHTS ON HEALTHY IMMIGRANT EFFECT INTRODUCTION Certain groups face challenges in participating in sport and once involved, their ability to pursue opportunities in that sport In the process to renew Canadian Sport Policy, disabled, aboriginal, and othe

  • 2 Pages Film and Sport
    Film And Sport

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Film and Sport MDB is about the male struggle to protect masculinity in a sporting world deeply shaken by the increasing presence of women. There is a contradiction between widespread negative opinion of female boxing and mostly positive reception of MDB

  • 3 Pages power-reading
    Power-reading

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    power toward a new vision: Audre Lorde has a quote stating that revoluntionary change isnt simply focused on ending oppressive situations, rather it is focused in diminishing that piece of the oppressor within ourselves people often view themselves as b

  • 1 Page towards a new vision 2-lecture
    Towards A New Vision 2-lecture

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Additive analyses of oppression Dichotomous thinking: something is either good or bad - no in between ranking this dichotomous thinking first challenge how to reconceptualise race, class and gender-empathy Dimensions of Gender oppression institutionalsymb

  • 1 Page Towards a new vision-lecture
    Towards A New Vision-lecture

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Towards a new vision-lecture things are they way they are because we have made them that way - we have to change ourselves to change the way things are Two ideas: Antonio Gramsci's theory - we believe in ideas if we think they are good for us (common sens

  • 4 Pages egg and the sperm reading notes
    Egg And The Sperm Reading Notes

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    The Egg and The sperm: How Science has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereoypuical Male-Female Roles By Emily Martin 1. Representations of sperm and egg depend on cultural definitions of male and female The stereotypes imply that female biological proce

  • 5 Pages Sport and Sexual Regulation- reading
    Sport And Sexual Regulation- Reading

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Sexuality and Heteronormativity Sport and Sexual Regulation Abdel-Shehid Debra Shogan notes that heterosexual norm is prevalent in sports o Athletes dont come out until after retirement E.g. Esera Tualo (NFL star) claimed that coming out during career w

  • 2 Pages social class and social deteriments to health - lecture
    Social Class And Social Deteriments To Health - Lecture

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    review: power and privelege power is:-multi-dimensional, complex, dynamic power circulates (M. Foucault) Power and privilege are personal - we must examine our own position (we like to see ourselves as vctimized but we can be the oppressor) Hegemony (A. G

  • 1 Page Space place and health-reading
    Space Place And Health-reading

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Space place and health reading Social capital: trust in one another. Having strong relationships (everyones got each others backs if you need a job, your neighbour could hook you up with one) Abstract and introduction: There's a direction relationship be

  • 1 Page Guest lecturer oct 23--no ppt
    Guest Lecturer Oct 23--no Ppt

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Guest lecturer notes -when BC Olympics happened, programs like (act now BC) came about to promote physical activity in schools -crossministoralagency which brings together all parts of the municipal government together -intersectoralcross between private

  • 1 Page Sport and Sexual Regulation- reading
    Sport And Sexual Regulation- Reading

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Sexuality and Heteronormativity Sport and Sexual Regulation Debra Shogan notes that heterosexual norm is prevalent in sports o Athletes dont come out until after retirement E.g. Esera Tualo (NFL star) claimed that coming out during career would reduce c

  • 6 Pages List of Key Terms and Concepts For KINE1000 FALL 2013
    List Of Key Terms And Concepts For KINE1000 FALL 2013

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    16:19 ListofKeyTermsandConceptsForKINE1000FALL2013 POWER Oppression Additiveanalysisofoppression Stereotyping DimensionsofGenderOppression Resistance GramsciHegemony Agencyvs.Structure Dichotomousthinking Foucault:Powerisnevertotaled,canbeovercome Humour:

  • 16 Pages KINE1000 Course outline 2013-14 FINAL
    KINE1000 Course Outline 2013-14 FINAL

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    Faculty of Health School of Kinesiology and Health Science Socio-cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology Course: Course Webpage: HH/KINE 1000 6.0 (Sections A and B) Access via Moodle < https:/moodle.yorku.ca/> Term: Fall and Winter Terms 2013-14 Time/Locatio

  • 6 Pages practice questions for kin 1020
    Practice Questions For Kin 1020

    School: York University

    FITNESS ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH KINE 1020.60 Study Questions from Lab Manual (Labs 7-12) March 2013 Prof. Natasa Bajin Answer locations are indicated on right hand side of page. PAGE 1. What is the range of motion of a joint? _ 56 2. What are the classifica

  • 2 Pages 35. Privilege
    35. Privilege

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    March 25, 2013 Privilege - - The fact that you are a Canadian citizen is a privilege in itself o We are a wealthy, education-driven, generous country The challenge for us is how we can make ourselves better for everyone (every single member of our society

  • 2 Pages Annotated Bibliography
    Annotated Bibliography

    School: York University

    Annotated Bibliography Name: Kevin Ho Student Number:211546587 Section: A Tutorial leader: Amanda Black Tutorial number: 12 Assignment type: Annotated Bibliography Date: 31/10/11 2011-2012 KINE 1000 6.0 Socio-cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology York Univ

  • 2 Pages Violence summary
    Violence Summary

    School: York University

    Kevin Ho Hit, Crunch and burn: Organized violence and mens sport OJ Simpson and Mark Fuhrman shared the idea of coercive entitlement through their gender ideals and behavior. Both men saw themselves as masculine warriors. Another extreme example that Vard

  • 3 Pages 1. The scientific revolution
    1. The Scientific Revolution

    School: York University

    1) indicating the author and text or source in which the term or phrase occurs, Galileo Galilei (dialogue concerning the two chief world systems) 2) describe briefly its meaning and significance to the text in which it appears His work imply that the bes

  • 3 Pages 2. The scientific revolution and early enlightment
    2. The Scientific Revolution And Early Enlightment

    School: York University

    1) indicating the author and text or source in which the term or phrase occurs, Rene Descartes an integral part of the scientific revolution, Descartes is one of the godfather of Enlightment, (Discourse on method) 2) describe briefly its meaning and signi

  • 2 Pages Kine 1000 - Annotated Bibliography
    Kine 1000 - Annotated Bibliography

    School: York University

    Annotated Bibliography of Sports Photographs and Sexual Difference: Images of Women and Men in the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games Margaret Carlisle Duncan 2011-2012 KINE 1000 6.0 Socio-cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology York University Duncan, M. C. (1990)

  • 6 Pages Kine1000 -  body and Society
    Kine1000 - Body And Society

    School: York University

    Who said I walk like a giraffe? 2011-2012 KINE 1000 6.0 Socio-cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology York University 1 Many people pass on judgments on others or even themselves about their appearance, stature or the way they behave, unaware of where they d

  • 2 Pages other vit
    Other Vit

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Vit D - Fortified milk, butter, margarine Cereals Chocolate mixes Veal, beef Fatty fish and fish oils Egg yolks Liver Fortification or supplements for VEGANS - Vit K - AL (19-70) = 15ug/day AL (>70) = 20ug/day UL: 100ug or 50 ug/day * 80-120nmol/day or 30

  • 5 Pages KINE1000 Mini mock exam fall 2012
    KINE1000 Mini Mock Exam Fall 2012

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    1 1. In Fit to print. it is explained that the story about research on a school program to prevent childhood obesity was judged newsworthy by journalists because: a) what the story implies about the causes of obesity is true b) this type of story is popul

  • 28 Pages Kine 1000 - notes
    Kine 1000 - Notes

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Second Term topics: - Film and sport - Sex and gender - Sexuality - Sport, violence and pain - Youth and PA - Plugged in and tuned out - Health and pleasure - Privilege - Human Rights and Transformation Breaking Paradigms - Accepting new paradigms is neve

  • 11 Pages Kine 1000 - Power
    Kine 1000 - Power

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Power - Toward a New Vision - Patricia Hill Collins - Creation of a sense of identity (who we are) is very often constructed around what we are not. Thus, creating further tension in our social relations and less chances of feeling empathy for the sufferi

  • 1 Page Kine 1000 exam details
    Kine 1000 Exam Details

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    70/30 weighting in favour of winter term 100 mc questions with a 50/50 weighting for readings and lectures 60/40 weighting in favour of mc q over the exam essay there may be a small choice of exam essay topics. pick one and write an essay. - thesis (argu

  • 4 Pages Barbie Girls Versus Sea Monsters - Children Constructing Gender
    Barbie Girls Versus Sea Monsters - Children Constructing Gender

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    January 23, 2013 Barbie Girls Versus Sea Monsters - Children Constructing Gender Michael A. Messner - University of Southern California Observed 4-5 yr olds at youth soccer opening ceremony where gender boundaries = activated + enforced in "natural" diffe

  • 3 Pages Don't be Gay, Dude - How the Institution of Sport Reinforces Homophobia
    Don't Be Gay, Dude - How The Institution Of Sport Reinforces Homophobia

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    February 6, 2013 Don't be Gay, Dude: How the Institution of Sport Reinforces Homophobia Kelsey Lucyk Media + sport institution entrench certain ideals about masculinity while reinforcing homophobic attitudes towards gender roles in sport Justice Minister

  • 5 Pages 'Healthification' and the Promises of Urban Space
    'Healthification' And The Promises Of Urban Space

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    February 27, 2013 'Healthification' and the Promises of Urban Space (A Textual Analysis of Place, Activity, Youth (PLAY-ing) in the City) Caroline Fusco Abstract Preliminary analysis of small selection of gov't + media communications to examine how space

  • 3 Pages Toward A New Vision Summary
    Toward A New Vision Summary

    School: York University

    Kine 1000 Tutorial 12 211546587 Kevin Ho Student No.: Toward A New Vision Summary: Toward A New Vision let us realize that there are a few pure victims or oppressors in the society. Everyone has varying amounts of penalty and privilege from different syst

  • 2 Pages THE COACH –ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP
    THE COACH –ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP

    School: York University

    Kevin Ho THE COACH ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP: HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE In this article, the negative and positive aspects of friendly and intimate coach athlete relationship are examined. This discussion mainly follows along the continuum. At one end of the cont

  • 3 Pages The Body Snatchers and Dr. Frankenstein Revisited- social consruction and deconstruction of bodies a
    The Body Snatchers And Dr. Frankenstein Revisited- Social Consruction And Deconstruction Of Bodies A

    School: York University

    Kevin Ho Feminist theory building involves evaluating dominant systems of thought, social structure and practice. It is important expanding the realm of ethical orientation beyond the dominant ethic of justice that governs much of moral thinking in modern

  • 2 Pages Barbie girl vs seamonster
    Barbie Girl Vs Seamonster

    School: York University

    1. Interaction level: How children do gender at the level of interaction of performance and what are the contributions and limits of theories of performativeity in understand these interactions? Children performing gender in ways that constitute themselve

  • 1 Page bare bones
    Bare Bones

    School: York University

    I propose that alreadty well developed dynatmic systems theories can provide a better understanding of how social categories act on bone production.Such asframework, especially if borrows from a second analyric trend called life course analysis of chronic

  • 4 Pages Describe some of the judgments
    Describe Some Of The Judgments

    School: York University

    Although additive analysis is commonly used to understand the structure basis of domination and subordination in current society, such approach fails to express the interconnection and the coexistence of the three main categories: race, class and gender.

  • 2 Pages Food Deserts in Canadian city summary
    Food Deserts In Canadian City Summary

    School: York University

    Kevin Ho Food Deserts in Canadian city summary Research suggest that suburbanization of food retailers in North America and the UK in recent decades has contributed to the emergence of urban food deserts, that is, socially-distressed neighborhoods with re

  • 2 Pages Handout page 1 n 2
    Handout Page 1 N 2

    School: York University

    Making Chinese-Canadian masculinities in Vancouvers physical education curriculum handout Thesis: Canadian individuals in society manifest ideologies that white males are superior both physically and culturally to Chinese males because of the hegemonic vi

  • 7 Pages Interview and analysis
    Interview And Analysis

    School: York University

    Interview with Dr. Amanda Ng By Kevin Ho 27/02/12 Student Number:211546587 Section: A Tutorial leader: Amanda Black Tutorial number: 12 Assignment type: Interview and Analysis 2011-2012 KINE 1000 6.0 Socio-cultural Perspectives in Kinesiology 1 York Unive

  • 9 Pages Interview notes
    Interview Notes

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    1. Why did you choose a career in physiotherapy? When I graduated from high school, at that time, physiotherapist is new profession and very much needed as there is not enough physiotherapists trained in HK at that time. Also my mom was suffering from sci

  • 1 Page Kine 1000 revision notes
    Kine 1000 Revision Notes

    School: York University

    5th March 2012 Socio-cultural perspective in kinesiology Lecture 17: Film and Sport II March 8th: International Womens day Adjectives: Narcissistic Spoiled entitled lazy Technology obsess Ignorant Dumb Distracted and distractable No social skills Screenag

  • 2 Pages Nickel and Dime Summary
    Nickel And Dime Summary

    School: York University

    Barbara Ehrenreich, a middle-class journalist, left behind her home, career and companion, reputation to carry out an undercover experiment. Her experience of plunging into the low-wage workforce addresses the traditional idea a job will defeat poverty. S

  • 3 Pages Pionners and Progress
    Pionners And Progress

    School: York University

    Kevin Ho The concept of Olympics designed to act as a social force enables athlete from all over the world to compete against each other representing their different colors, races, culture and political beliefs. Athletes can travel all over the world to e

  • 1 Page Script
    Script

    School: York University

    From the skit we just performed, basically we want to show you that Chinese men were typically imaged as weak, small, feminine and incapable of doing physical activity. In addition, Chinese men are also imaged as brutal, deceptive and sexually perverse as

  • 4 Pages Sense of belonging in the society
    Sense Of Belonging In The Society

    School: York University

    Sense of belonging in the society Sense of the other positions in society and life Sense of self, position in society My preferences, orientation in the world Disposition, likes and dislikes, habbits Aware of habbitus, when im awaty from my comfort zone,

  • 1 Page Social class
    Social Class

    School: York University

    I leave behind everything that normally soothes the ego and sustain for a plunge into the low-wage workforce. Become a much occupationally much diminished The humanitarian rationale for welfare reform as opposed to the more punitive and stingy impulses t

  • 2 Pages How different are dogfighting and football
    How Different Are Dogfighting And Football

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    February 6, 2013 How different are dogfighting and football? - Malcolm Gladwell Dogfighting = moral offense of different order Description of dogfight: w/e one of the dogs "turns" - makes a submissive gesture w/ its head - the two animals are separated an

  • 4 Pages Making the World a Better Place & The only thing we have to fear is the 'culture of fear' itself
    Making The World A Better Place & The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is The 'culture Of Fear' Itself

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    oMarch 6, 2013 Making the World a Better Place - At Ground Level - Don Tapscott "Davos Six" = global group (activists in their communities) = kids aged 16-19 Rhadeena De Alwis: work w/ street + slum children who are marginalized + ostracized in own countr

  • 3 Pages Men, spinal cord injury, memories and the narrative performance of pain
    Men, Spinal Cord Injury, Memories And The Narrative Performance Of Pain

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    February 13, 2013 Men, spinal cord injury, memories and the narrative performance of pain - Andrew C. Sparkes and Brett Smith Data from life history interviews w/ small group of men who had experienced spinal cord injury (SCI) through playing sport + defi

  • 1 Page 6. Social Class and Social Determinants of Health
    6. Social Class And Social Determinants Of Health

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Maryam Kara KINE 1000 Sept. 26/2012 Social Class and Social Determinants of Health Key Concepts - Going to look at different categories (ex: social class), and ask how it connects with power and privilege? Social Class or SES - Different terms but often u

  • 4 Pages 13. Canadian Multiculturalism
    13. Canadian Multiculturalism

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Nov. 7, 12, 14/2012 Canadian Multiculturalism- Sport and Health Successes and Failure - Immigrant: Canada accepts 250,000 immigrants every year o New target for the government for immigrants is international students What does it mean to be Canadian? What

  • 2 Pages 19. Film and Sport B
    19. Film And Sport B

    School: York University

    Course: Socio-cultural Perspectives In Kinesiology

    Jan. 16/2013 FILM AND SPORT Media Literacy Key Concepts - Media does not just reflect reality, it is packaged in a specific way, including documentaries - Special affects are all there to communicate a particular message or meaning to the audience - Audie

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