Sociology of Sport
Year of entry: 2015
1 year full-time (part-time available)
This programme is designed for graduates with a social science background or who have studied social aspects of sports within a sports science degree.
It explores the ways in which sport and society intersect, focussing on the globalisation of sport, sport for development and national identity, and the social construction of the human body through media and medical representations of ‘fitness’ and ‘disability’.
It is designed to meet the growing demand for specialists providing knowledge regarding the relationship between sport and society.
Programme Contact: Dr Dominic Malcolm
Examination, coursework and a thesis of 16,000-20,000 words.
Upper second class honours degree in sports science or social science discipline.
Applicants with a lower second class honours degree will also be considered if they can show expertise in the relevant areas.
- Research Methodologies and Methods
- Theory, Sport and Society
- Sport, Health, Medicine and Society
- Sports, Nations and Nationalism or Qualitative Research
- Sport and Globalisation
- Sport, the Body and Disability
- Sport for Development and Peace
- Research Project
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