Question 52 which of the following is the definition

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Question 52 Which of the following is the definition of “The ability of young people to move their bodies with competence, confidence, and comprehension in many activities across multiple environments in ways
Question 53 The performance ethic is a set of ideas and beliefs emphasizing that the quality of the sport experience cannot be measured in terms of improved skills and competitive success.
Question 54 The great sport myth is based on the belief that
Question 55 Power and performance sports are dominant today primarily because they
Question 56 The majority of parents today in the U.S.
encourage both their daughters and sons to play organized sports. Question 57 Informal games are organized to maximize to keep alive the spirit of play.
Question 58 Which of the following is NOT true about norms?
Question 59 Which of the following is LEAST likely to be studied by someone in the sociology of sport?
Question 60 Pleasure and participation sports tend to emphasize
Question 61 Sociological theories are different from our personal theories in that they
Question 62 Pleasure and participation sports have been dominant in U.S. society for the last half century.
Question 63 The impact that sports and sport participation have on people depends on the meanings people give to sports in their lives.
Question 64 A specific recommendation for change made in the chapter is to
Question 65 The model identifies five phases in the overall career of a professional cyclist. In each phase the cyclist experiences socialization in connection with (1)_____, (2)_____, and (3)______.
(1) participation, (2), pharmacology, and (3) medical support Question 66 Gramsci explained that leaders often maintained power by convincing the people that they governed of three things:
Question 67 Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of power and performance sports?
Question 68 The growth of organized youth sports since the 1950s has been influenced more by television than by changes in family life.

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