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Submissions for the 5th edition of Sociology of Sport: Syllabi and Teaching Resources.
- In addition to full length syllabi from Sociology of Sport courses, this volume especially seeks thorough descriptions of successful in-class activities, out-of-class projects, and paper assignments. Additionally, this edition would like to integrate examples of how other sociology courses (e.g., introduction, gender, race/ethnicity, economics, work and organizations) have utilized the sociology of sport in their lessons.
- This edition plans to include original essays on the place of Sociology of Sport in undergraduate sociology curriculum and descriptions of effective films or other media for specific lessons. Finally, it also will include brief (1-4 pages) descriptions and/or reviews of Sociology of Sport textbooks or other books pertinent to the study of sport.
Even if you have not taught a full-length Sociology of Sport class but have incorporated the study of sport into a particular course section or session, please strongly consider submitting these materials.
All submissions and questions should be directed to Kyle C. Longest, 155 Hamilton Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline for submission is March 1, 2008.