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CEB602 Understanding Sociocultural Perspectives on Physical Activity

Time limit: 112 days
4 credits

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Participants will examine how societal standards, cultural values, and personal beliefs interact throughout this course to understand how these factors affect involvement in physical activity. Through a sophisticated comprehension of the sociocultural framework encompassing physical exercise, learners will discern the consequences of these factors for health consequences at the individual, group, and societal levels. In addition, the course will promote critical thinking and thoughtful interaction with case studies and real-world examples, enabling students to understand the various variables that affect physical activity participation and health outcomes. Using a blend of theoretical discourse, empirical investigation, and hands-on exercises, learners can formulate tactics for encouraging physical exercise and enhancing health results in various settings and societies.