Daniel is a multi-disciplinary scholar focused on the use of technology and education to facilitate social change and forward social justice issues. He currently teaches across departments in College of Applied Sciences and Arts at SJSU (including Kinesiology, Health Science, and Justice Studies). He lectures on a range of topics including social justice, sport sociology, sport history, cultural competency, diversity and equity, stress and coping, health disparities, health psychology, community health, social justice and healthcare, and research writing. In addition to teaching, he is a Project Manager in the CASA Communication Technology Group that is engaged in comm-tech-integration at the departmental and college level, in efforts to build university communities, expand the reach of scholastic research, and enhance higher education's impact in digital spaces. Daniel's current work is focused on social media networking, blogging, education in digital spaces, and digital ethnography.
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Sociocultural Histories of Professional Soccer in the US (1800s-1900s), Self-Published (2007)
Critical sport studies scholars have suggested that limited sport space theory and U.S. cultural nativism...