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Sports are an essential and important aspect of American society; they are indis

Sports are an essential and important aspect of American society; they are indispensible when it comes to their impact on a plethora of public arenas, including economics and the mass media. Sport coincides with community values and political agencies, as it attempts to define the morals and ethics attributed not only to athletes, but the totality of society as a whole. Fans of spectator sports find a reaffirmation of key societal values through sports, as they give meaning to their own lives. “By becoming fans, spectators engage in certain kinds of pleasures, fulfilling their own desires through fetishism, voyeurism, and narcissism
Here is my thesis statement this the direction I want the paper to go in, feel free to rewrite my thesis or change the wording. but it should be like this and go in this direction. Argue these main points, use only peer reviewed sources.

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During the term, you should find an organized youth sporting event (must be a co

During the term, you should find an organized youth sporting event (must be a competitive game, meet, or match) to attend. The participants in this event should not yet be in junior high school…preferably younger than 12 years old. When dealing with youth sports from a sociological perspective, relationships become the primary focus of attention. As an outsider observing the event, you should take special notice of the topics we’ve covered in class (i.e. parent interaction, the emphasis on competition, etc.), and the following relationships:
• Player – Player (teammates, opponents, on the bench, etc.)
• Coach – Player
• Parents – Players
• Spectators – Players
• Spectators – Coaches
• Spectators – Spectators
• Referees – Players
• Referees – Coaches
• Referees – Spectators
• Coaches – Coaches
While observing, look for the following in the above relationships:
• How often do they interact?
• Who initiates the interaction?
• What is the content of the interaction?
• What is the impact of the interaction on those involved?
• How do players respond to or deal with adult control?
You might also think about the overall phenomenon of youth sports, by considering the following:
• What do players and spectators learn in connection with youth sports?
• Why are the games so important to many people?
• What ideas about masculinity and femininity are highlighted in connection with the sport?
• Do boys/girls attend? What do they do? What do boys/girls do who are not on the field/court? What do players do before, after, and between games?
• What do you think is being learned by the children who are playing? What about the other children in attendance?
• Are there any social dynamics related to social class or race and ethnicity during the event? Is it expensive to play this sport? How is the program and participation funded?
In order to make writing your paper easier, I recommend taking notes during the event which you can refer back to.
After observing the youth sporting event, you should write a 3-4 page paper discussing your observations and reflections on sociological issues within youth sports. As you write the paper, you should follow the below format:
1. Introduction
a. Explain the event you observed. Provide details such as the age, gender, location, sport, etc. of the participants.
b. Provide an introduction and foundation for your observations and reflections. In short, you should provide a “road map” your paper will follow.
2. Observations
a. Discuss what you observed. Be as detailed as possible, giving specific examples and events. Be careful not to over generalize…if you wish to generalize, use specific examples to draw those generalizations.
3. Reflections
a. Discuss your reflections and thoughts about the event. How does what you observed relate back to sociological topics discussed in this course? Did your observations surprise you?
b. Choose at least one of the three theories discussed in Chapter 2 of your text. Then, explain your observations and reflections from that theoretical perspective.
4. Conclusion
a. Provide a brief explanation of what you will take away from this experience.
b. Summarize and conclude your paper.
The Youth Sport Observation Project will be due during Week 6. The rubric below will be utilized in grading the Youth Sport Observation Project:

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Please read the assignment brief thoroughly to understand what do and how to com

Please read the assignment brief thoroughly to understand what do and how to complete this paper to a high level. All the information you may need will be attached, incase of any additional information pls do message me

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Fill out your folio work in the template which is called, ‘folio template’.

Folio is attached, read through the folio to write an outcome on the question “Does Strength training improve performance in Sport’ using the subtopics provided in the folio. Add pictures and reference them as well.
Templates are provided and 1 exemplar is given. Please read whatever work of the folio is done and complete the blue pages and the last page as well. I ordered this earlier but it was not edited at all. Fill out your folio work in the template which is called, ‘folio template’.
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Discussion – that interprets and explains the underpinning theory behind the results, with reference to previous literature.

to whom this may concern i posts my old report from last year i didnt pass the unit. by 9 marks as i only explained what leg length discrepancy was but i thought i would put it in so you could get an idea. regards.
Value: 40%Length: 4 pages A4 excluding references, see Canvas site for example, guidelines and template (this must be adhered to).Students will be required to create a report based on the 3D Gait data collected during week 4 and labs. Pre and Post intervention data will be supplied, based on participant or a cohort with a functional leg length discrepancy. Students will be required to compare between Pre and Post data sets for at least four variables. Three of the four variables need to beWalking speed
Stride length
Cadence
At least one other variable needs to come from the kinematic and kinetic variables supplied. Statistical analysis (T Tests), will need to be used to compare between all variables (shown in week 5 lecture). Temporal points for kinematic and kinetic data will be identified to allow statistical analysis to take place (start or end of phase or the minimum or maximum points).While the data has been collected using a functional leg length discrepancy, the report can be based on any pathology using any cohort (large, small or case study). You will need to provide information about the intervention that occured between the Pre and Post conditions (again, this is up to you).This data will be aggregated across the whole of the labs and made available on Canvas with time dedicated to interpreting it in the lecture during week 5. The purpose of this assessment is to allow students to understand the collection, analysis and synthesis of data from a tool used for biomechanical research into injury and performance enhancement.The report should include the following:Abstract (5%)
An introduction to provide background, context and rational for the study and justification for the methods used. (20%)
Methods – Provide a brief method of how data was collected and the intervention used. Include statistical analyses. (5%)
Results – Appropriate figures and tables that highlight the main findings from the analysis. (15%)
Discussion – That interprets and explains the underpinning theory behind the results, with reference to previous literature. (30%)
Conclusion – Emphasise and summarise key findings and recommends future research (if applicable). (5%)
Referencing (5%)
Writing style. (10%)
Strict adherence to the template provided. (5%)
You will be required to source literature for the project. You will be assessed on your ability to source the literature judged by the research you find. Use literature search engines such as Google Scholar, Pub Med etc. Only peer reviewed research will be considered.You will also be required to undertake statistical analysis of the data so please ensure you have gone over your prior statistical units notes.Please use the Vancouver referencing style only. See below for in text and reference list example (please note, there are no web addresses or dates of when the article was accessed)Please use the Vancouver referencing system (1).1. Spratford W, Campbell R. Postural stability, clicker reaction time and bow draw force predict performance in elite recurve archery. European Journal of Sport Science. 2017;17(5):539-45.