Ch. 8 Sociological Establishments of PE and Game.


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What Sport Does for People. Passionate releaseAffirmation of identitySocial controlSocializationAgent for changeCollective consciousSuccess. Definition
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Ch. 8 Sociological Foundations of PE & Sport 1. Sport as a Socializing power in American Culture… 2. What is human instinct in and through sport? 3. Social Problems Caused by Sports and How They Are Handled?

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What Sport Does for People Emotional discharge Affirmation of personality Social control Socialization Agent for change Collective cognizant Success

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Definition & Scope of Sport Sociology is the investigation of individuals, gatherings, establishments, and human exercises regarding social conduct and social request inside society Many game humanist have utilized basic request to inspect and translate the issues (uncover the misuse, separations, and shameful acts of contemporary game)

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Sport Sociology Questions Does wear assemble character? Does wear help minorities turn out to be all the more completely incorporated into society? How does the broad communications influence sport? How does youth sport impact youngsters\' lives? How are governmental issues and games interrelated? How does brandish impact competitors\' scholastic accomplishments?

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Changing Educational Priorities

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Other Social Concerns With Sports and Schools Overemphasis on winning Restriction of chance Drug misuse Pay to play $$$ Quality of initiative? Instructive Sport versus "Huge Business Sport" Exploitation of competitors Media impact Lifetime wounds

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Abuses of Sport Direct & Indirect Payments to Stud. Competitors Coaches of Questionable Morals Steroids & Blood Doping Overemphasis on School Sports Focus Valued for Only Victory & Fame Not the Enjoyment of Activity Played Overemphasis on Competitive Sports in PE Promotion of Physical Competition Not Physical Education Difficult Relationship Between PE & Sport Sharing Facilities/Equipment/Budgets/Faculty Each is Affected by the Public Reputation of the Other

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Endless School Budget Crisis Teacher Competence Time Away From PE Decline in the Breadth of School Programs Increased Health Problems

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Extreme Body Images Movies/Magazines – Beyond Normal Limits Eating Disorders The Age of Artificial Enhancements Decreased Teaching Time Hard to Reach Educational Goals Lifestyle Programming Suffers Teacher/Coach Role Conflict Athletes are Treated Differently Then Students Leadership Style Differs too School Violence Against Students and Teachers Alike Not Just in Urban Schools Anymore

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Sport Participation in HS Athletes Before & After Title IX (1972)

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Probabilities of Males Advancing in Sports (1994)

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Political Economy of American Sport All Pro game alliances work as "Cartels" (gatherings of firms that sort out together to control generation, deals, and wages) Violates the purpose of antitrust laws that are unlawful in many organizations Courts have shielded game classes from antitrust allegations since its perceived as a game not a business! Every alliance can arrange TV contracts for the whole class (i.e. NFL pckg-DirecTV) "Save Clause" – Owners control players work versatility – Courts struck this down in 1976

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Pro games classes work as "Cartels" in three noteworthy ways: 1. Confine interteam rivalry for players by controlling the privileges of laborers (players) Drafts, Contracts, Trades 2. Act in show to concede or deny new groups, and control the area and migration of groups 3. They separate neighborhood and local media markets, and also arrange media expenses - End Here-

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Social Issues with Sport Continued... "Most social and financial examinations have reasoned that the prime recipients of game offices are a little gathering of well off people and that the individuals who lopsidedly bear the expenses are low-wage residents... ...market analysts further presume that real group dons much of the time have no noteworthy positive effect on a city\'s economy and even empty assets out of other city ventures" "Force & Ideology in American Sport" by George Sage, 1998, Human Kinetics. See additionally: Journal article by George Sage; JOPERD- - The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Vol. 69, 1998 "Sports Affect Character Development in Athletes?"

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Social Costs of Private Enterprise in Sport State mediation has moved an extensive offer of the expense of expert game to the citizens over the yrs. 75% of stadiums/fields have been freely financed at citizen cost Costs range from $125 – 400 million When urban areas claim these offices expert group proprietors are calmed of the weight of property expense, protection, and support Local citizens really end up sponsoring ace group proprietors Makes it less demanding for proprietors to get and leave town

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Approximate Values of Selected Professional Sport Franchises

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What Else Could You Buy for 300 Million… 2 secondary schools, 2 center, 4 rudimentary Computer prepare. for 37k understudies Salaries for 4,000 educators for one year Build another city corridor Paving the most exceedingly awful primary street in Arlington Lightrail w/8 train autos through town 42 state park open air rec. ventures 75 untamed life insurance & instruction proj. 90 group park & trail ventures

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7 Reasons Why Sports Might Get a Poor Reputation 1) Supreme Importance of Victory How Much Does Our Culture Value Winning? Will Jobs Pivot on a Win/Loss Record? 2) Poor Sportsmanship & Violence (e.g. Bertuzzi Hit on Moore or Detroit Brawl) How Does This Affect Culture and Society? 3)"Rolling Out the Ball" Does this Widen the Gap Between the Haves & Have Nots? What Kinds of Messages are Sent When Treating Education as Less Important than Sport?

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4) Focusing on Sport as Money Nutcracker Reflex (Abusing Athletes) NHL? How Does Money Corrupt Sport? 5) Unethical Coaching Name a Few Ways Coaches Might Cheat...

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The Young Athletes\' Bill of Rights Offers Parents & Coaches Guidelines in Structuring a Sport Experience: 1 Opportunity to partake paying little heed to ability 2 Participate at a level equivalent w/ each kid\'s formative level 3 Qualified grown-up administration 4 Shared basic leadership 5 Right to play as a kid and not as a adult 6 Proper formative planning 7 Equal chance to make progress toward achievement 8 Treatment with nobility 9 Have fun and not consider game to important

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