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Disabilities & the Motives in Media

Throughout this quarter I have come across particular themes that stood out to me while analyzing the angle of viewership that media focuses on.  I have separated the them into three categories with examples of how these people are represented … Continue reading

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E-sports Becoming E-“Legitimate” Sports

Ho Seung Hyeon Dr. McCullough, Sarah COMM 111T: Cultural Politics of Sport 17 March 2014 E-sports Becoming E-“Legitimate” sports E-sports is generally referred as an coordinated competitive approach in playing computer games. The notion that E-sports carries, pushes against some … Continue reading

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Emotion and Body

Sports in general have emotional and physical ties to a person whether they are participating in the sport or the bystander watching their favorite sports team play. As I look more into the emotional and physical ties that a person … Continue reading

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Running Cyborgs

My research question is: How has technology advanced our bodies in running? My first source is Sport, Technology, and the Body: The Nature of Performance, written by Tara Magdalinski. This book closely describes the relationship between sports, technology, and the … Continue reading

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