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The course also examines the cultural, sociological, and psychological influences related to nutrition, fitness, and athletic achievement. Cultural Aspects of Foods and Nutrition. This course examines the regional, ethnic, cultural, religious, historical, and social influences on food patterns, cuisines, and health as well as how food is viewed as an expression of cultural diversity.
Students discuss, sample, and assess traditional foods of geographic areas and cultures. The events awarded finishers medals in the shape of the logo bedazzled in magenta glitter, and the bibs runners wore were similarly festooned with pink flowery swirls. For comparison, the product marketed to men produced by the same company, PowerBar, featured a male runner sprinting across a mountain ridge, sweating, shirt and hair whipping in the wind.
The language used to describe LUNA bars was also unusual in that there were virtually no references to improved athletic performance. Instead, the label read:. Food feeds our souls, lifts our spirits, nourishes and sustains us. So, why does finding the right thing to eat sometimes seem so complicated? Contrast this with verbiage for PowerBar Energy Gels, a product targeted at competitive endurance athletes, including cyclists like those pictured on the LUNA site:.
Sodium is the key electrolyte lost in sweat and is the only electrolyte recommended to be replaced during endurance exercise. PowerBar Energy gels contain mg sodium — a key electrolyte lost in sweat that is associated with muscle cramping in some athletes. There is little overlap between them. The first maps onto research showing women not only buy products based on use-related aspects, but because they symbolize emotional attachment and interpersonal relations 26, Reflecting evidence that traditional femininity is no longer popular in modern western cultures 35 , product marketing in the sample moved towards androgynous, and at times masculine, representations of female athletes.
Androgyny It was pointed out over two decades ago 50 that in order for women to become involved in a wider variety of athletic activities, sport needed to be coded as neither male, nor female, meaning its behavior and artifacts must be largely gender neutral. This is occurring to a greater degree in sports nutrition marketing for products aimed at endurance athletes. These brands lack the television advertising budgets of Gatorade and Powerade, meaning this quiet revolution is taking place largely online.
In the case of the track cyclists on the Bonk Breaker site, both genders although never shown cycling together are wearing sunglasses and aerodynamic helmets that obscure facial features and hairstyles. They also wear nearly identical tight fitting cycling apparel in similar colors and are engaged in cycling competition. Part of what allows for such gender-neutral representations is arguably the sports themselves, as well as the context in which the athletes are portrayed. Competitive cycling requires equipment and clothing that does not vary much between genders, as is the case with triathlon and running.
Contrast this with figure skating, where costumes are highly stylized and gender specific, or beach volleyball, where female Olympians wear bikinis. Level of competition may also neutralize gender associations for these sports, especially with regard to clothing. Competitors at the elite level in cycling wear either the colors of their team sponsor s or of their country, depending on the event, overriding gender associations with any particular color.
Thus, Hammer, Bausch, and Reed are dressed in red, white, and blue, the colors of the U. Olympic team, rather than the pink or blue associated with gender differentiation in contemporary American culture One of the Boys? Given that soccer is more often associated with women in the U.
Only female athletes are shown, an anomaly in the sample. She was also allowed to speak for herself throughout the commercial, also highly unusual in the sample. The commercial stands out in terms of representation in that it provided viewers an image of a successful female athlete competing aggressively, not sexualized, not being outnumbered by male athletes, or given less time onscreen. The second commercial begins with an actress portraying Shields as a little girl sitting on a porch punching birthday balloons.
It then cuts to the adult Shields training alone with a speed bag in a boxing gym. She is only on view from the waist up, heavily muscled, punching the bag, sweating, wearing a tank top and no make up, with her hair pulled back, all signaling that she is to be taken seriously as an athlete.
Shields appears onscreen for eight seconds, during which an older, white, male voice asks us,. It does so, however, using a white, male voice of authority, rather than allowing Shields to speak for herself. It also refers to Shields, the only boxer in U. Shields was the most competitively successful of the three athletes chosen for this series, and she was competing in a gender atypical sport 8 , providing Powerade the opportunity to break new ground, which it did to a degree with the explicitly feminist content of its voiceover.
The dunk was also easily recognizable and reproducible in the small sizes necessary for use on mobile phones. Interestingly, Williams was not photographed in tennis clothing, but with her hair pinned up, wearing a baggy flannel shirt, suggesting her fame was sufficient to identify her as an athlete. Her filter, however, was confined to the small screens of mobile phones, rather than the television screens of most Super Bowl advertising, meaning its largest impact was likely exposure to Generation Y, along with its re presentations from user to user, with millions of women and girls creating and sharing photos of themselves as NFL players being dunked, just like Williams.
Repetition and Impact Commercials stand to have a major impact in terms of increasing the visibility of female athletes simply due to their sheer repetition. Released in December , this commercial aired nationally 7, times as of June , and had been viewed over 9. The latter were two of the most watched sporting events of the year, with 26 million 75 and 9.
The commercial features athletes in every frame except for 1. Sixty-eight athletes are pictured in total, 62 males in four sports: The remaining six are female, Serena Williams and five girls portraying a high school soccer team. The anonymous members of the marching band get nearly as much screen time as Williams. Hence, there is female representation in the most widely viewed sports nutrition advertisement of , but women are still quite marginalized in terms of numbers of athletes and screen time.
In fact, four seconds of screen time shown 7, times adds up to nearly hours of exposure for female athletes they would not have had otherwise, in the very context of male dominated sporting events from which they are typically absent. The female athletes of sports nutrition are not only visible, but are presented in ways that highlight their athletic ability over their sexuality, increasing their appeal as sporting role models for girls Although the effects of media representation on viewers is the subject of ongoing debate 35,,47 , the high degree of repetitive exposure that female athletes receive in sports nutrition marketing has the potential to further normalize female participation in sport for mass sports audiences.
Although sports fans and athletes are the primary targets of sports nutrition marketing, it would behoove scholars of sports media, especially those advocating for a greater degree and variety of representation for women ,14,18,21,24,, , to take note of the more positive portrayals of female athletes in sports nutrition advertising.
Further, this message is literally repeated thousands of times during televised sports coverage. Millions more viewers are going online to watch these commercials on purpose, simultaneously receiving the message that women and girls belong on the screen and in the game. In some small way, this increased exposure may lead to greater acceptance of women and girls as athletes on and off the field of play.
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