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Physical Education Series

Author : United States. Education Bureau
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Physical education series

Author : John E. Kane
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Physical Education Series

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Physical Education Series

Author : United States. Office of Education
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Physical Education Activity Series

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Physical Education Series

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Publications

Author : University of Oregon
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Physical Education Series United States Bureau of Education

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State wide Trends in School Hygiene and Physical Education

Author : James Frederick Rogers
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Physical Education Series

Author : United States. Bureau of Education
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Physical education series United States Bureau of education no 1 6 1923 25

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Physical Education Series

Author : Michigan. Department of Public Instruction. Division of Physical and Health Education
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International Society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport series

Author : International Society on Comparative Physical Education and Sport
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Health and Physical Education Series of the State of Ohio Department of Education

Author : Ohio. Department of Education
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Contribution of Bombay Physical Culture Association to the Fields of Physical Education Sports and Allied Disciplines

Author : Dr. Sushama Narayan Chougule
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1.1 NEED AND BACKGROUND 1.1.1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS WITHIN SOCIETY Man is a social animal both by need and necessity. Social institutions are born with cultural influences. Social institution is one of the products of culture. Institutions are necessary to maintain social order and control human behavior. Social institutions are born to satisfy human needs. All the needs and desires of the individuals and human beings are met by social institutions. Social institutions are simply social habits. For example, the habits of shaving in the morning, uttering prayers before going to bed. Habits are systematized instituted or established by groups. Institutions may also be defined as, “habitual ways of living together which have been sanctioned, systematized and established by the authority of communities”. An institution, therefore, “may be type of group”. In this sense the family is an institution, (and if it conducts itself in institutionalized ways) Robert Bierstead considers that “institutions as an organized way of doing something”. Institutions are socially important because they transfer cultural elements from one generation to another. For example, the father of the family teaches his sons and daughters about the family - the way of life, economic way of life and religious way of life. A social institution introduces unity in human behavior. A social institution also controls the conduct and character of man in the society. Modern life is not as simple as that of ancient times. It is complex. The complexity has been produced by our growing and different needs. The needs are self-preservation, Self-perpetuation and self-expression. These needs are met only by social institutions. Social institutions represent the social structure of the society. We can conclude that the social relationships include common values and procedure to achieve basic needs of society. Common value means shared ideas and goals, procedure means the accepted standardized norms and the social relationships include the behavior of the people. (A. Youb, 2008).

U S Government Publications Useful in Physical Education and Recreation

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Sport and Physical Education in Germany

Author : Ken Hardman
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Sport and physical education represent important components of German national life, from school and community participation, to elite, international level sport. This unique and comprehensive collection brings together material from leading German scholars to examine the role of sport and PE in Germany from a range of historical and contemporary perspectives. Key topics include: * sport and PE in pre-war, post war and re-unified Germany * sport and PE in schools * coach education * elite sport and sport science * women and sport * sport and recreation facilities. This book offers an illuminating insight into how sport and PE have helped to shape Germany. It represents fascinating reading for anyone with an interest in the history and sociology of sport, and those working in German studies.

United States Government Publications on Health Physical Education and Recreation

Author : Stella T. Sebern
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Publication Physical Education Series

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Physical Education Curriculum And Culture

Author : Richard Tinning
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This collection of studies addresses contemporary issues and problems in the physical education curriculum. While each of the chapters illustrates the diverse range of practical curriculum issues currently facing physical education, the continuities between them also suggest a certain commonality of experience in Britain, North America and Au tralia. In each it is difficult not to detect at least some rumblings of the various crises - environmental, political, economic, social - that are increasingly impacting on everyday lives in the present and shaping thoughts and plans for the future. The editors stress that physical education is a part of social life and is therefore a key site for the production and legitimation of important cultural mores, values and symbols.