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KINE1000 winter mock

mock exam

The belief that one can achieve anything in one's life is problematized by: agency
Mary Duquin argues that some moral issues are not about fairness but about: wellbeing
Prof. Humana explained that as the modern Olympic Games unfolded we see: the continued stark underrepresentation of female athletes
Audre Lorde (black, lesbian)'s identity was intersected by ___ diimensions of oppression: 3, female, black, lesbian
In "Cosmetic surgery" Debra Gimlin argues that women undergo cosmetic procedures to: feel normal
In "Hit, crunch, burn" Burstyn explains that: GO CHECK
Guest lecturer Noah Wayne explained that mind-body dualism asserts that the mind is: GO CHECK
In "Making the world a better place" Tapscott argues that the Net Generation: have a social conscience
Larsen and Gilliland's research into food deserts is most relevant to: social determinants of health
Dr.Safai explained that the undergraduate degree program in kinesiology shows that: the idea of the body as a machine is dominant
In "Pioneers and progress" Mechikoff discusses olympism and amateurism. These are relevant to the socialcultural issue of: social class and equality of access to the Olympic Games [ACCESS!]
In "Cosmetic surgery" Debra Gimlin argues that common criticisms of cosmetic surgery can be criticized because they: overlook the experiences of those who undergo cosmetic surgery
According to Audre Lorde (female, gay) one's silence can: cause one to be separated from oneself
In "Interrupting the cycle of oppresions" Andrew Ayvazian points out that: each of us has the power to bring about change
Created by: bioger