Sport and Physical Culture

Sociology

Quiz 8 :

Deviance, Sport, and Physical Culture

Quiz 8 :

Deviance, Sport, and Physical Culture

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A corollary to viewing deviance as an outcome of a social process informed by power and involving negotiation and contestation would be to acknowledge that:
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Which of the following is FALSE with respect to "disabled" bodies and sport?
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There are four central beliefs that define the sport ethic, and what it means to identify one's self as an athlete. Which of the following is not one of these four main beliefs?
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A central component of BASE ethics is the expectation:
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Types of deviance that are normalized and not interpreted by audiences as a legitimate threat to the collective moral good could be considered:
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In his conception of the sociological imagination, C. Wright Mills stresses the importance of understanding:
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A football player who deliberately tries to injury a star player on the opposing team in order to improve the chances of his team winning would be an example of:
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The tolerable deviance framework brings our attention to the idea that sport is constructed as a space in which deviance is:
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When studying deviance and sport, you decide to look at the ways in which particular ideas about what constitutes deviance come to be and how these ideas are produced and enforced. This approach to the study of deviance is rooted in:
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It is best to understand deviance as:
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To argue that there is nothing that is inherently deviant in sport in or in society is to understand deviance:
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Your professor notes that sport is a separate social world with its own allowable rule violations. She is likely discussing this notion within a lecture on which of the following topics?
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The fascination with so-called 'cyborg athletes' is interesting because:
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The topic of _____ in sport has been, and still is, hotly contested and deeply politicized and ideological, according to the chapter on deviance in the text.
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Which of the following is NOT true with regard to ableist belief systems in society?
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Which of the following was NOT true of the Dubin Inquiry?
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The 'supercrip' role assumed of wheelchair athletes can be harmful principally because:
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The interactions, negotiations, and debates among groups with different perspectives of whether a behaviour or characteristic is deviant and needs to be socially controlled are referred to in the text as the:
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The government-funded public inquiry into doping n Canadian track and field after Ben Johnson's scandal in 1988 was called the:
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A good example of formal social control in sport would be:
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