|1.||Employ poststructuralism, feminism, cultural studies and social history to analyse subject matter in violence, gender, race / ethnicity and economy in sports;|
|2.||Critically review, in writing, both current sociologically informed, and popular, perspectives related to violence, gender, race / ethnicity and economy in sports;|
|3.||Apply critical thinking and professional judgement to assess discourses about major sociological topics; and|
|4.||Present a clear, coherent oral exposition critiquing current understanding on a topic utilising an identified theoretical approach from sociology.|
Sport in society 2: Sociological Issues and Controversies, 2nd ed,
Coakley, J, Hallinan, C, & McDonald, B 2011,
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