Sports, Policy, and Politics


The students participating in this class should expect to learn the ways in which sport and politics intersect; how sport is both the cause, and result, of political processes; how society's attachment to teams is linked to our identities, both social and political; how sport defines us physically, reflects class, and reproduces shared history. This is primarily a political science course, and no prior knowledge of sport in general, or any sport in particular, is necessary. Note: This course counts towards either the undergraduate Comparative Politics subfield or the International Politics subfield.
Course Attributes: AS SSC; EN S; FA SSC; AR SSC

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Sports, Policy, and Politics
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