2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
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Friday, November 2 • 8:00am - 9:15am
Pracademic Teaching: Giving Life to Sport Sociology Theory

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This Roundtable session will focus on "outside the box" assignments, projects and innovative ideas participants utilize in their classes to bring practical and meaningful understanding to Sport Sociology theory.  Examples of contributing content would be role playing, trips, visits, films, discussion points, research presentations, guest speakers, group projects and other unique innovations which may or may not align itself with traditional teaching methodologies.  Participants are encouraged to actively engage in the discussion and to share their best teaching ideas with the group.


Jamie Ali

Western Illinois University
Poster PresentationMarketing to Season and Non-Season Ticket Holders in SportThe purpose of this research study is to gain insight on the marketing that goes into professional/collegiate sports. Organizations across the US are generating more revenue annually through ticket sales... Read More →

Alexandra Fairchild

Teaching Sport Sociology via the Blended Delivery Mode (Observations and Reflections), Cardinal Stritch University
This presentation will offer observations and reflections about effective teaching and learning in the sociology of sport based on the experience of moving our graduate level sport sociology class from in person to blended delivery mode as part of our entire sport management graduate... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 8:00am - 9:15am PDT

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