ETHN 3024 Exam Two Study Guide - ETHN 3024 Exam Two Study...

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ETHN 3024Exam TwoStudy GuideThe exam will have two parts. The terms themes listed below will be necessaryfor each section. Remember to review the lecture slides that correspond with the themes below as well as your textbook. This exam will be much shorter with the multiple choice, true or false, and fill-in-the-blank questions. The majority of your time should be spent on the essay. If you’ve kept up with the reading and attended class, you will do well on the essay if you have a general understanding of the themes and terms below. Terms and Themes:Ageism – prejudice or discrimination on the basis of a person’s age Ableist Ideology – discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities, people are defined by their disabilities and are considered inferior to non-disabled Disability – medical model says disability is something that needs to be fixed through various treatments and interventions making the individual a passive recipient. Social model says those who are considered disabled area gents in the world, changing the environment around them to be more acceptingHandicapped – having a condition that restricts one’s ability to functionMajor Trends of Youth Sport – organized programs have become increasingly privatized, organized programs increasingly emphasize the performance ethic, an increase in private and elite training facilities, increased parental involvement and concern, increased participation in alternative and action sports. Youth Sport National Report CardYouth Sport and Family Dynamic Issues Origins of Organized Youth Sport – emerged in the 20thcentury. First programs were focused on making boys into men. Organized sports grew rapidly in many industrialized countries after WWII. Programs in the U.S emphasized competition as preparation for future career success. Girls interests were generally ignored. Student Culture in High SchoolCharacteristics of Division I Programs Grades and Graduation Rates Among Student Athletes Gender Inequity and Sport Sources of Isolation for Black Athletes Olympic Games **Jared’s LectureChimique Holdsclaw and Ableist IdeologyPrivatization of Youth Sport and Social Consequences – occurs when public programs are cut. Most common in middle and upper income areas. Often

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