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Modern Sport 2400-OG-EN-MSP
Wykład (WYK) Semestr letni 2018/19

Informacje o zajęciach (wspólne dla wszystkich grup)

Strona zajęć: http://www.soc.umk.pl/o-instytucie/pracownicy/dr-dominik-antonowicz/
Liczba godzin: 30
Limit miejsc: (brak limitu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Liczba godzin zajęć prowadzonych z wykorzystaniem metod i technik kształcenia na odległość`: (tylko po angielsku) None
Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Antonowicz D. Grodecki. M. 2016. Missing the goal, “Policy evolution towards football-related violence in Poland (1989–2012)” International review for the Sociology of Sport http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1012690216662011

Barry Smart. 2007. Not playing around: global capitalism, modern sport and consumer culture. Global Networks.Vol. 7, nr 2: 113–134

Clark Sheryl and Carrie Paechter. 2007. Why can’t girls play football?’ Gender dynamics and the playground. Sport, Education and Society. Vol. 12, No. 3: 261-276

Cashmore, Ellis and Andrew Parker. 2003. One David Beckham? Celebrity, Masculinity, and the Soccerati. Sociology of Sport Journal, no 20: 214-231.

Doidge, Mark. 2013. 'The birthplace of Italian communism': political identity and action amongst Livorno fans Soccer and Society, 14 (2). pp. 246-261

Dunning Eric, Patrick Murphy, John Williams. 2001. Spectators’ violence at football matches: towards a sociological explanation. The Journal British of Sociology. Vol. XXXVII no 2: 221-244

Gullianotti, Richard. 2012. Supporters, Followers, Fans, and Flaneurs

A Taxonomy of Spectator Identities in Football Journal of Sport and Social Issues vol. 26 no. 1 25-46

Guttmann, Allen. 1981. Sports Spectators from Antiquity to the Renaissance. “Journal of Sport History” 8: 5-27.

Horne J. 2012. Architects, stadia and sport spectacles: Notes on the role of architects in the build ing of sport stadia and making of world-class cities, „International Review for the Sociology of Sport”, 2: 205–227. Hoye R., M. Nicholson. 201

Holt, Richard. 1992. Amateurism and its Interpretation: The Social Origins of British Sport. Innovation in Social Sciences Research, Vol. 5 Issue 4:19-31.

Masters, A. 2015. Corruption in sport. From the playing field to the field of policy, Policy and Society, 34(2) 11-123.

Rosell, M. 2017. eSport Gaming: The Rise of a New Sports Practice,

Sport, Ethnics, Philosophy, Volume 11(4): 464-476

Williams John.2006. Protect Me From What I Want’: Football Fandom, Celebrity cultures and ‘New’ Football in England, Soccer and Society. Vol. 7, No. 1: 96–114.

Zanker Cathy Michael Gard. 2008. Fatness, Fitness, and the Moral Universe of Sport and Physical Activity. Sociology of Sport Journal. Vol. 25, 48-65

Efekty uczenia się: (tylko po angielsku)

W1: has basic knowledge of the ancient history, modern history and contemporary developments of sport;

W2: is familiar with various functions of sport with particular focus on its social and political dimension;

W3: is acquainted with names of sport heroes, most spectacular events and most dramatic moments that revolutionized sport;

U1: is able to/ has the ability to identify the consequences of social, political and economic process that have a strong impact on sport;

U2: is able to analyze the consequences of social, economic and political developments on sport on system-level but also consequences for communities and individuals;

U3: can identify a wide range of various spectators that attend sporting events, understand their (sometimes even hostile) forms of behavior;

U4: is able to identify various forms of danger on/off the ground during mass sport events.

K1: understands the significance of the traditional meaning of sport and fair play.

K2: understands the need for respect for other competitors regardless their ethnicity, gender and religion.

K3: is sensitive to numerous policy-related issues in sport such as nationalism, racism or sexism

K4: is aware of various negative aspects of modern sport such as doping or gambling.

Zakres tematów: (tylko po angielsku)

1. The roots of sport a history of the ancient Olympic Game

2. Class society, industrial revolution and football clubs

3. From “the British Disease” to “the Beats from the East” different faces of football hooliganism

4. Celebrity culture, media and televised sport

5. Politics in sport and sport in politics.

6. Female fandom

7. From stadiums to arenas – the evolution of sport venues

8. Betting, match-fixing and corruption

9. Healthism – the new ideology of the middle class?

10. E-sport.

Metody dydaktyczne: (tylko po angielsku)

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