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SOCL 266 - Sport and Society
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Singleton, Royce. 2010. “SOCL 266 - Sport and Society”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


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Sport and society is a course in the sociology of sport. Perhaps the most compelling reason for the sociological study of sport is its pervasiveness. Sport sociologist D. Stanley Eitzen suggests just how pervasive it is in American society (Fair and Foul, 2nd ed., pp. 3-4):
Participation rates are high. Most children are...

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