Name: Keya Brandon
Reflection Paper 2.
Watch: http:/www.nytimes.com/2011/12/04/sports/hockey/derek-boogaard-a-boy-learns-tobrawl.html?_r=0 and the movie Slapshot (which you will likely have to rent online).
Then answer the following questions in the space
Sports in Society:
Issues and Controversies
Deviance in Sports:
Is It Out of Control?
Media stories about drug use, on-the-field rule violations,
and off-the-field criminal actions are so common today
that deviance is seen by many as out of cont
Sports in Society:
Issues and Controversies
Sports and Socialization:
Who Plays and What Happens to Them?
My daughter, Danielle,
dealt directly with the
cognitive and social
abilities of six-yearolds when she
coached her daughter
Kin 2530 Exam 1 Notes:
Sport- institutionalized competitive activities that involve rigorous physical
exertion or the use of relatively complex physical skill by participants motivated
by internal and external rewards
3 types of activities: P
East German Stasi were like the CIA but they were even better at
what they were doing because they were not so spread out
Former national security agents may have killed off someone that
had the records, etc.
So they were sent to a more secure pl
Peace and International Sport
Baron Pierre de Coubertin
a. Founder of Olympic movement
d. Passionate about physical education
e. The important thing at the Olympic Games is not to win,
but to take part; for the es
History and Ethical Analysis
History with its flickering lamp stumbles along the trail of the past trying
to reconstruct its themes, revive its echoes, and kindle with pale gleams
the passions of former days. Winston Chur
As defined in the chapter, social class refers to
the social skills and sophistication of individuals in society.
groups of people who generally vote for the same candidates.
categories of people who share an economic position in
Name: Keya Brandon
Reflection Paper 1.
Watch League of Denial http:/www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/league-of-denial/ and two of
the athlete interviews on the same page. Then answer the following questions in the space
provided. Type your answers into th
What a social world is?
Modern sport play vs spetical
Activities done for their own sake
What sociology of sport
Great sport myth
What ifluences people to play
What is important to remember when we study sport
KIN 2530 02 Sport in Society
Instructor: Dr. Jim Winges, CC-AASP
Office: HP Long Field house Rm92
Office Hours: by appointment
Section 02 T TH 9-10:20am
Location: 284 Lockett
NFL Contracts Should Be Fully Guaranteed
Professional sports throughout generations has become a major part of nearly every
society in the world. Events such as the World Cup, the NBA Finals, the World Series and the
Super Bowl are con
Exam 2 Notes
CHAPTER 5: Deviance in Sports: Is it out of control?
Media stories about drug use, on-the-field rule violations, and off-the-field criminal
actions are so common today that deviance is seen by many as out of control in sports
Exam 1 Notes
The Sociology of Sport: What is it and Why study it?
The sociology of sport is concerned with the deeper meanings and stories
associated with sports in society.
Sociology is the study of the social worlds that people create, maintain, and
Chapter 9: Social Class: Do Money and Power Matter in Sports?
Social Class: categories of people who share an economic position in society based on a
combination of their income, wealth, education, occupation, social connections
Social stratification: str
Olympic doping Policy during the 1960s: Defining the Problem
i. Individual indifference
ii. Scientific difficulty of detecting certain chemicals in the human
iii. Ethical and scientific ambiguity as
Test next Monday!
Show the evolution of what we study, as a field and as department
Discuss how we ethically should choose our priorities in the fields that we
Teachers Colleges were primary institutions out of wh
Sports are described in this chapter as "sites" where
people from all backgrounds are automatically treated as equals.
skin color is erased as a relevant characteristic.
meanings associated with skin color are always grounded in
The author claims that achieving full gender equity in sports requires
more regulations about how money is used to fund sports.
a commitment among men to respect women as human beings.
changes in orthodox gender ideology.
Research findings as well as popular ideas about sports and violence are often full of
contradictions. One of the reasons for this is that
the short-term effects of playing or watching sports cannot be studied.
terms such as violence
Given the current ableist ideology in North America, most social worlds are organized in ways
that lead older people and people with a disability to
have easy access to forming social relationships with others.
be treated as special a
Sociologists study religion because religious beliefs and meanings
influence the ways that people think about and make sense of the world.
In sociological terms, religions are socially shared beliefs and rituals that people
Organized youth sports in the United States were originally developed to teach lower-class
boys how to work together peacefully and to help middle-class boys
The majority of parents today in the U.S.
sponsored by public, tax-su
The author explains that the purpose of the text is to help the reader understand the "deeper
game" associated with sports. This "deeper game" refers to
Sociology helps us examine
Racing in the Indianapolis 500.
Knowledge produced in the sociology of sport is primarily based on
Social theories are useful and practical because they
enable us to make sense out of life and learn from our experiences.
Sociological theories are different fro
Which of the following is NOT true about norms?
As the term is used by sociologists, deviance
all deviance is caused by a lack of moral character or a moral failure.
People using an absolutist approach tend to
According to the definition used in Chapter 3, socialization refers to a process that
The definition of socialization used by the author is based on
are African Americans.
After doing in-depth interviews with British adolescen
Sports and World Religions
Louisiana State University
KIN 2530 004
3 December 2016
According to Coakley, religion is defined as socially shared beliefs and rituals that
assume the existence of supernatural entities or powers wi
Kinesiology Final Exam Fall 2016b Notes
Sociology is the study of what?
a. Sociology is the study of social words that people create, maintain, and change
through their relationships with each other
What is an identifiable sphere of eve