Sport and Physical Culture

Sociology

Quiz 7 :

Youth Sport and Physical Culture

Quiz 7 :

Youth Sport and Physical Culture

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Which of the following was NOT considered a key problem with the performance-based narrative, the dream of 'making it' and 'going pro'?
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In which of the following family income groups would we find the highest percentage of children and youth participating in sports?
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C

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In the text, the authors suggest that the existing system for youth sport development in Canada is fundamental skewed toward failure, because:
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The three most common sports played by Canadian children, according to a study by Canadian Heritage in 2013, are:
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The process by which children adapt to and internalize society, refers to:
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One of the important problems with a recent series of surveys carried out by CANPLAY on sport and physical activity was that:
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According to Peter Donnelly, a global sport monoculture in which victory is the preeminent goal and, thus, where the ultimate purpose of sport participation is the attainment of professional status, winning Olympic gold medals, or setting new world records, is called:
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While the development of physical literacy is widely considered a positive for young people, we should be cautious of how this kind of initiative is put into practice because
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If Amardeep, who is 11 years old, plays an hour of basketball 4 days a week, and rides his bike to school and back (30 mins each way) twice a week, but is sedentary for the rest of the time, we can say that he is:
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Of sport participation, we know that:
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According to Laurendeau and Moroz (2013), 'a political and economic rationality that extends the logic of "the market" into institutions and practices that once fell under the auspices of state agents' is called:
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In the text, the example given of a total institution was:
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The most recently published guidelines for Canadian children and sport participation recommends:
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Regarding disability sport, there is understood to be a notable lack of:
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If someone framed youth sport participation as necessarily positively influencing character development, reforming at-risk populations and fostering social capital, that person would be viewing sport from a _______ perspective.
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From what theoretical model is disability understood to be 'a problematic biological abnormality or deficit rooted within an individual's cognition, sensation and/or physiology', according to Goodwin and Peers (2011)?
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According to Doherty and Taylor's research from 2007, some young people may experience social exclusion in sport for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
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According to sociologists, the phenomenon of highlighting the framing of young people as 'troubled and troubling' is an example of a/an:
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According to a survey from 2010-2011 administered by the Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute, approximately what proportion of children in Canada, ages 5-17, participated in organized sport within the 12 months prior to the survey?
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Self-surveillance and regular body self-discipline as integral components of being a healthy and responsible citizen evokes the idea of:
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