|1.||Explain sociological perspectives of sport and exercise;|
|2.||Contrast different perspectives in sociology of sport about socialisation, media, gender, youth sports, race and ethnicity and globalisation;|
|3.||Critically use and analyse documents and other materials in the field of sport sociology;|
|4.||Locate, discuss and critically analyse aspects of sport and exercise from a sociological perspective;|
|5.||Utilise sociological method and inquiry to inform individual practice and challenge the construction of one's own beliefs in relation to sport and exercise in society; and|
|6.||In collaboration with others, demonstrate responsibility and accountability for own learning through a coherent oral presentation.|
|Test||In Class Test||25%|
Sports in society: issues and controversies in Australia and New Zealand, 2nd edn,
Coakley, J, Hallinan, C & McDonald, B 2011,
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