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York University
Kinesiology & Health Science
KINE 1000
Hernan Humana

12/10/2013 8:19:00 AM List of Key Terms and Concepts For KINE1000 FALL 2013 POWER Oppression Additive analysis of oppression Stereotyping Dimensions of Gender Oppression Resistance Gramsci-Hegemony Agency vs. Structure Dichotomous thinking Foucault: Power is never totaled, can be overcome Humour: Progressive/Regressive Change Voyeurism Coalitions Building empathy CRITICAL THINKING AND THINKING CRITICALLY Performance of gender Social relations and cultural contents Structure of gender Hegemony of play Culture of gender Gender boundaries, how are they activated and enforced Equal opportunity of play (Nike Ad) Gender based marketing Socializations SOCIAL CLASS AND SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH (SDOH) Types of SDOH  Income  Occupation  Aboriginal status  Education  Gender  Age  Disability Social Class Social stratification Class is corporeal Social class and our bodies Habitus (Bordieu) Capital in sport and PA Class matters CMA national report card Poverty and health inequalities Income inequality SPACE, PLACE AND HEALTH FOOD DESERTS Food as personal (identity) Food as a political statement Food as cultural meanings Food waste Food consumption Food security-three pillars (availability, access, use) Food insecurity Space, place and health Food deserts Global and local hunger Food activism SPORTING SPACES AND HEALTH EFFECTS Space, place and identity
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