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Sociology of Sport 334: The sociological analysis of sport: How society affects sport and how sport affects society.
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Crone, David. 2010. “Sociology of Sport 334: The Sociological Analysis of Sport: How Society Affects Sport and How Sport Affects Society”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Course Objectives:
1. To analyze sport via the sociological perspective, that is, to study sport scientifically by applying and interrelating sociological concepts, theories, and ideas to sport in order to gain a greater understanding of it.
2. To understand the statuses people occupy related to sport, e.g., amateur athlete, pro athlete, fan,...

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College 300

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