Soc 316: Sociology of Sport
SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY
This course centers on sport as a way to understand society and culture. From soccer’s centrality in international diplomacy, to American football’s importance in fashioning and promoting collective identities, to how women and racial and ethnic minorities use sport and are used by sport to achieve mobility and recognition, sport remains one of the most powerful tools through which to analyze and understand social, cultural, and political life.
- Soc 101: Introductory Sociology I
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Lecture: Lecture for Soc 316
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