Seeing is Believing: Using Film for Teaching Issues of Diversity in Sport
Human Performance and Recreation
Given that both classrooms and respective industry workforces are made up of heterogeneous groups of individuals, sport academics must make purposeful efforts to teach aspects of diversity. Film provides a valuable media form that can positively contribute to the teaching concepts of diversity. Educators may find that film implementation aids in facilitating student learning and knowledge retention. Film provides the opportunity for students to reflect upon relevant issues. This paper previews the potential of film as a scholarly resource for teaching diversity concepts in higher education sport academia, and provides insights and suggestions for effective implementation.
Journal of Hospitality Leisure Sport & Tourism Education
Drane, D. D.,
(2009). Seeing is Believing: Using Film for Teaching Issues of Diversity in Sport. Journal of Hospitality Leisure Sport & Tourism Education, 8(1), 97-107.
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