SMGT3501H: Sport in a Diverse Society: Honors

3 CreditsHonorsComm, Lang, Lit, & PhilosophyRace, Power, and Justice in the United StatesSocial SciencesSustainabilityTopics Course

Pervasive and significant relationships between social constructions of sport and physical activity to contemporary social institutions such as politics, religion, economics, education, and mass media. Social issues related to sport. How specific social categories (e.g., age, gender, race, social class) intersect to influence participation/experiences of individuals within sport/physical activity contexts.prereq: Honors student

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