Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies
60 marks 2 hours
Start with class notes, then go back to the reading and see which is important. If
something is in the notes, its important
Similar in some respect to midterm: SA plus MA and a LA
1.) Post-midterm materials
2.) Readings that weren’t included on the midterm (wont ask same question).
There might be a reading that wasn’t touched on the midterm. There might
be a reading that only was touched on lightly by the midterm
3.) Anything from the midterm you didn't understand (ex. Don't need to know
the horizontal and vertical integration question as it was asked before.
Review conceptual questions. For the dance and homoness, know that theres
a difference in gender and homoness) know the difference between race and
racism. Leave this part to the last
Race is socially constructed, this doesn’t make race non existent. However,
this just makes race not biological. Don't mix social construction with not
real. That is different from racism. Just because you recognize race, doesn’t
mean your behaviour has to be racist. Racism comes in when your behaviour
is based on stereotypes of someones race.
Know sport and development, know the concepts of sport and development**
Terms to Know
• binary logic
• subaltern – the basic idea that in a colonial relationship, the people
who are colonized are in a weaker position in regards to governance and political structure. These are the local indigenous people. Can the
subaltern speak in their own voice? In a Canadian perspective, does
the subaltern have to speak in the colonial structure?
• Gender/sex/sexuality –
• Intersectionality – the idea you cant think of thigns like race and sexual
orientation as one thing. Harris was understood that she was
discriminated for being a lesbo. However, she was discriminated due to
her being black and lesbo. If she was a white lesbo, she would have an
issue of corn rows. Instersectionality is thelinking of various aspects to
create a complex situation.
• Orient – refers to the “other” part of the world
• Color-blind meritocracy –
• Master narrative/dominant discourse – talks about the large stories we
tell ourselves about who we are, what we should be doing, what is the
right thing to do, what is the wrong thing to do. These st