KIN 201 - Sport, Exercise & Culture in Film


Credits: 3

As an introductory course in sport, exercise and popular culture, emphasis is placed on the history and development of media, film, and critical analysis of popular culture. Students will gain a deep understanding and appreciation for the cultural impacts of sport in film and will examine how visual representations of sport and exercise in film shape modern society. Course topics will include the examination of various dominant cultural ideologies as seen in film, including race, gender, masculinity/femininity, (dis)ability, and nationalism (among others).  

USI Core 39: Ways of Knowing-Creative and Aesthetic Expression

This course meets the Indiana College Core (ICC)
Term(s) Offered: Spring


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