KINE 1000
KINE 1000 - SOCIO-ECONOMIC - York University Study Resources
  • 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

  • 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 Race and Racism II
    Race and Racism II

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    RaceandRacismII FILM:Race,power&AmericanSports Blackdominanceinsport Whitesupremacystruggleandusebiologyasanexcuse Racialtriangulation Critiqueofpresumedbiologicalbasisforathleticism Exampleofinterlockingoppression Globalization Sportandspace Hist

  • 29 Pages Semester 1 Notes
    Semester 1 Notes

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    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: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    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

  • 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 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:

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • 3 Pages Plugged In and Reaching Out
    Plugged In and Reaching Out

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    PluggedInandReachingOut 18:30 TechnologyintheClassroom Theinvasionofnewtechnologiesintotheclassroom Negativeimpactofwebsurfingandheavymultitaskinginconcentrationandfocus amongyouth Reductioninattentionspan Brainischangingphysiologically(electricalsign

  • 9 Pages Race is a Social Construct
    Race is a Social Construct

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    RaceandRacismI 23:11 RaceisaSocialConstruct somethingthatisntreal wehavedifferentiatedpeopleaccordingtorace useindescriptionsofpeople racialidentifiersanddescriptors raceisconstructeddoesntmeanitdoesntexists differenceswouldntexist peoplecansayraci

  • 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 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 3 Pages Violence and Sport
    Violence and Sport

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    ViolenceandSport&Pain Areweviolentbynature? Howmanyofyoulikeviolenceinsport? Isviolenceinevitable? Doessporthelptobeless/moreviolent? Sportandwar hockey=somecoachescomparinghockeytogangactivity football=92%OFNFLPLAYERSWILLBEHURTA superbowlandthearmy V

  • 3 Pages Sport and International Development
    Sport and International Development

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    SportandInternationalDevelopment 15:58 ChangingtheWorldviaSport Sportisnotneutral.Whobenefitsthemostoutofit? Somegroupsownsports(fifaownssoccer) Isitatoolforteachingfirstworldyouthleadershipskills?Doesittakeintoaccount thewantsandneedsofthosetheyplanto

  • 9 Pages Sexuality and Heteronormativity
    Sexuality and Heteronormativity

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    SexualityandHeteronormativity SexualityandHeteronormativityinSportGuestlecture Jan20 Sexualitycanbeabarriertophysicalactivity reasonsforsex pleasure reproduction considersomesexualityasnormalandothersasabnormal whyaresomesexualitiesconsiderednormalandot

  • 4 Pages Sex and Gender
    Sex and Gender

    School: York University

    Course: SOCIO-ECONOMIC

    SexandGender1 Sex and Gender: The Egg and The Sperm 19:11 How science has constructed a romance based on stereotypical male-female roles Emily Martian Anthropologist Studied what biological texts of reproduction of both men and women Description of rep

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

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