EXAM 4 STUDY GUIDE
1. Know the following definitions: race, ethnicity, prejudice, stereotype, discrimination,
ethnocentrism, homogeneous behavior, heterogeneous behavior, racial stacking.
Race- a biological/physical interpretation of another.
Exam 1 STUDY GUIDE:
The sports significance of the period 1919-1930.
Golden Age of Sports
The practice of separate and unequal had a name.
Jim Crow Laws
-segregation was the law in the South
-separate and unequal
-violence and threats
-Impact (special on kids wanting to play pro sports)
-2/3s of all African American males believe that they can play professional sports
-Jermaine ONeal the youngest rookie to play in the NBA at the age of 18
-the odds of high sc
Study Guide: Exam 2
1. Definition of Socialization.
-the active process of social learning and development through social interaction which
shapes how we become participating members of our society, group, or culture
-most of your socialization is determi
Black athletes: Fact or Fiction
-are black athletes better than white athletes?
-they say that blacks are better at athletics, but whites are more intellectual than whites
-23 of the top 25 sprinters are black
-do blacks have an athletic edge?
TV PREMIERE: TOWN HALL MEETING (image of the black athlete)
-African Americans are stereotyped and there is a double standard for them (Spike Lee)
-compared Lebron leaving Cleveland to a slave leaving a plantation
A265 Notes: Exam 2: Fields of Glory-American pioneers in pro football: -quarter back Warren Moon -he went undrafted and was forced to go north to Canada -he led them to 5 consecutive Gray Cups -he signed with the Houston Oilers and set the record for pass
African American Sports History
The Differences Between Men and Women in Sports
Brianna, my friend from home back in Maryland, has played soccer throughout
her life and is now competing at the college level at Rowan University in New Jersey.
When she was
Exam 4 Notes
Race= skin color, biological/physical interpretation of another.
Ethnicity= a cultural interpretation of another.
Prejudice= to pre-judge, sometimes without contact or experience
Stereotype/myth- unsubstantiated belief.
STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM III
1. Be familiar with the findings of Dr. Sailes study on college student athletes and their
academic performance, perceptions of the campus climate, and aspirations to play
- 52% of black athletes felt they wo