Students examine how the game of soccer impacts socio-economic, religious, political, and cultural views in countries around the globe. Students discover and analyze cultural trends and human behaviours influenced by soccer ideology and its effect on pop culture. This course promotes critical thinking and encourages students to view literature, music, and the media in a new light. Students analyze topics such as nationalism and globalization as they research the popularity and growth of soccer. Through in-class activities, research, assigned readings, and interactive lectures, students explore how soccer has embedded itself around the globe.
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