Question #1: Museums are attempting to be more all-inclusive, and to attract people from all walks of life, all economic and ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Are they succeeding, or is it a lost battle? Take a look at the IMA’s website (http://www.imamuseum.org/) before answering this question if you haven’t been there or to a similar museum recently.
Question #2: In our society, we often say that sports and games teach positive values like “teamwork,” “self-discipline,” and “hard work.” But as the text points out, when we look at sports and games cross-culturally, we can see that many other cultural values and messages are embedded into our sports and games, but that these are not recognized by society (“misrecognition”.) Can you give an example of such misrecognition in sports and games, where we do not generally recognize a particular message or set of values taught by this “leisure” activity?