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Week 7

by: Emily Smith
Emily Smith
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Sports and Popular Culture:Trends and Issues
Dr. Tammy Crawford

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This is just brief insight of the videos we watched in class this week and our general discussion for the week.
Sports and Popular Culture:Trends and Issues
Dr. Tammy Crawford
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Smith on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SPMGT 101 at Washington State University taught by Dr. Tammy Crawford in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Sports and Popular Culture:Trends and Issues in Physical Education at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
October 6 amp 8 This week we talked a lot about masculinity and how it dominates the sports aspect of society We watched a youtube video about female sportscastersThey discussed the job that they do and how challenging it can be you have to know what is going on with each player know everything surrounding the sport know when people are trying to catch you not knowing all of the facts Obviously being a female sportscaster is difficult to do they are also criticized for their clothing how sexually they dress and how they go bout doing their job Most sports casters are men and they get to take both men and women sports when doing their interviews Another video we watched was a TED Talk about being a man Boys are always told to be a man and to them society describes a man as someone who cares about three things 1 Ball field strength and athleticism 2 Bedroom sexual concept dominating women 3 Billfold networth In the end the things that men care most about is how well he loved people in his life and the things that he did to make an impact in others life Masculinity is how well men love the people around him when he doesn39t have this and isn39t able to show emotion it tends to turn into violence Being told to man up takes the emotional aspect of masculinity away Something needs to be done about this issue So at the end of this week we have learned that men need to be more in touch with their emotions and women should only have to worry about doing their job well not what others are saying about her sexually or mentally Stop making gender such a huge deal


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