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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Thursday, November 1 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Sport, Media, & Technology

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Speakers
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Nida Ahmad

University of Waikato
#Digital space invaders: Muslim sportswomen use of digital technologies to negotiate sporting cultural identitiesSocial media are important technologies affecting the lived experiences, identities, politics and consumption practices of athletes and sports fans (Hutchins & Mikosza... Read More →
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Jessica W. Chin

Flipping the sociology of sport classroom: Active learning and decolonial praxis, San Jose State University
Active learning strategies, when implemented effectively, can lead to increased student engagement and higher levels of significant learning. In contrast, traditional teaching formats that maintain conventional use of time and space, including lecturing, embed students in colonial-inspired... Read More →
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Jay Johnson

Mino-bimaadiziwin Through Mentorship: Decolonizing Methodologies and the Stories of Researchers, University of Manitoba
From 2017-2019, we have worked in partnership with two First Nation communities in Manitoba to gain community insight into what it means to be a part of the Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program (IYMP) and how the mentors experienced mino-bimaadiziwin through mentorship. While there... Read More →
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Matthew Masucci

San Jose State University
Session: Sport, Media, & TechnologyBikes and beats: Engaging the San José Bike Party through mobile video ethnographySouth of the San Francisco Bay on the third Friday of every month, thousands of residents take to the streets on their bicycles to join in on the novelty   of the... Read More →
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Timothy Rose

Kent State University
“Band-Aid solutions”: Media framing of Trevor Bauer drone incident in digital and print mediaModel aircraft and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), popularly referred to in U.S. mainstream media as drones, have made an immense impact on the way we view technology. These compact and... Read More →

Moderators
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Lawrence Wenner

Loyola Marymount University


Thursday November 1, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm
English Bay

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