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Lecture Notes 15:00 Deviance: Crass Stupidity and Overconformity Parents living vicariously through the lives and careers of their children No training required for coaches—almost like an apprenticeship from the  middle ages. o Learn by watching other coaches in actions (as graduate assistants,  players, etc.) o Usually no knowledge of anatomy, physiology, or psychology Don’t know how to treat players properly  Midterm 1 Review Multiple choice and written questions Multiple choice: chapters 1,2,6,14 o Chapter 1: sociology of sport What exactly is that? “The deeper game” The social world surrounding sport Sport as a social phenomenon Definition of culture and how sport is part of a culture. Or how sport  itself is a culture. What’s the difference between an activity and sport? What’s the difference between play, games, and sport? Institutionalization (sport as an institution) When does a game become a sport? Ideology (12 questions from this chapter) o Chapter 2: social theories What do theories involve?
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