Social Epidemiology of Physical Activity
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog

KIN 808 - Social Epidemiology of Physical Activity

Credits: 3

An examination of the social factors that contribute to an understanding of why people participate in physical activity. Topics include the consideration of individual social and demographic factors such as gender, race, socioeconomic status, education, and social support as well as social structural factors such as the role of the social institutions (e.g. family, work and school environments).

Prerequisite: KIN 655.

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