Sport and Physical Culture

Sociology

Quiz 6 :

Sex, Gender, and Sexuality

Quiz 6 :

Sex, Gender, and Sexuality

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As a theoretical perspective, social constructionism reminds us that:
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That many sports are still considered more appropriate for one sex than for the other is referred to as:
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Margaret Carlisle Duncan argued that the treatment of women athletes in the media is both:
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A news story of an Olympic snowboarder that focuses on her role as a mother and wife could be understood clearly to be doing all of the following EXCEPT:
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An unequal hierarchical social system in which men have ore power over women is called a:
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Hegemonic masculinity:
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Which of the following is true of the inaugural Modern Olympic Games in 1896?
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Sport, law, education, popular music, media, and other social institutions tend to value heterosexuality more than other forms of sexual expression or identity. This is referred to as:
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Discipline, obedience and deference to authority were qualities that sport was expected to instil among which population in the mid-1800s?
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Which of the following is best described as a product of a heteronormative culture?
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Research suggests that media coverage tends to focus most on female athletes who fall within the parameters of dominant femininity, which means, NECESSARILY:
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The term cisgender would most accurately describe:
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Sociologist R. W. Connell has argued that _____ has come to be the leading definer of masculinity in mass culture.
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In studies of gender, _____ came to prominence as a critique of biological determinism.
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The study by Cooky, Messner and Hextrum (2013) of ESPN SportsCenter and local LA sports coverage reveals that:
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The argument that men produce more testosterone than women and therefore men play more contact sports is referred to by sociologists as:
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Gender is best defined as:
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Your friend Johnny confides in you that he is going to start living his life as a woman, even though he was born male. Johnny plans to take hormones, begin living his life as a woman, and, perhaps later, have surgery to change his genitalia. Johnny is best described as:
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The classificatory scheme whereby we divide humans into groups based on their reproduction capacities is known as:
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References to and discussions about Hayley Wickenheiser, arguably the best female hockey player in history, is often accompanied by some mention of her son and parenting responsibilities. What would a sociologist of sport argue this demonstrates?
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