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Sport and International Development

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Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course
KINE 1000
Professor
Yuka Nakamura
Semester
Winter

Description
Sport and International Development 03/04/2014 Changing the World via Sport • Sport is not neutral . Who benefits the most out of it? • Some groups own sports (fifa owns soccer) • • Is it a tool for teaching “first world youth” leadership skills? Does it take into account the wants and  needs of those they plan to serve?  • 03/04/2014 Review • Why some rich countries are poor. Lets see the American case. • First to North America came to settle running away from poverty and religious persecution. In  opposition to the Latin American colonizers who came to take natural resources back to Spain. • Then, they established a successful economic system based upon two genocides: native Americans  and use of slaves • Then, they went for the natural resources mainly in Latin America, Asia and Africa •  ho benefits out of their poverty?   Economic Power How the resource rich countries had to give up their resources due to consistent threats and attacks from  powerful nations  The Sho
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