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Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport

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Edition:
14th
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9780072462241

ISBN10:
0072462248
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/1/2002
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McGraw-Hill College
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Table of Contents

Preface x
PART I Nature and Scope of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
1(166)
Meaning and Philosophy
2(38)
Contemporary Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport Programs
6(15)
Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport Defined
9(1)
Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport: The Fields
10(10)
The Name Debate
20(1)
Allied Fields
21(3)
Health
21(1)
Recreation
22(1)
Dance
23(1)
Terminology
24(1)
Philosophy
25(11)
What Is Philosophy?
25(1)
Branches of Philosophy
26(1)
Why Have a Philosophy?
26(2)
General Philosophies
28(2)
Modern Educational Philosophy
30(1)
The Mind-Body Relationship
31(1)
Eclectic Approach to Philosophy
31(1)
Sport Philosophy
32(2)
Your Philosophy of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
34(2)
Summary
36(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
37(1)
References
37(1)
Suggested Readings
38(2)
Objectives for Education and the Fields
40(40)
Role of Education in Society
42(8)
Goals and Objectives Defined
43(2)
Goals of Education: Historical Development
45(1)
Goals 2000: Education for the Future
46(2)
Physical Education and the Goals of Education
48(2)
Goals of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
50(6)
Historical Development
50(1)
Contemporary Goals and Objectives
51(5)
Learning in the Three Domains
56(11)
Taxonomies
56(1)
Cognitive Domain
57(2)
Affective Domain
59(3)
Psychomotor Domain
62(5)
Assessment of Learning
67(9)
Assessment Defined
67(1)
Purposes of Assessment
67(3)
Types of Assessment
70(1)
Traditional and ``Alternative'' Assessment
71(1)
The Role of Technology in Assessment
72(4)
Summary
76(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
77(1)
References
77(2)
Suggested Readings
79(1)
Role in Society and in Education
80(55)
Changing Demographics
81(7)
What Are the Implications of These Changing Demographics for Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport?
85(3)
Wellness Movement
88(16)
What Are the Implications of the Wellness Movement for Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport?
99(5)
Physical Activity and Fitness Movement
104(18)
Fitness and Physical Activity of Children and Youth
106(5)
Fitness and Physical Activity of Adults
111(6)
What Are the Implications of the Fitness Movement for Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport?
117(5)
Educational Reform
122(8)
What Are the Implications of the Educational Reform Movement for Physical Education?
125(5)
Summary
130(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
130(1)
References
131(2)
Suggested Readings
133(2)
Movement: The Keystone
135(32)
General Factors that Affect Movement
137(1)
Movement Fundamentals
138(2)
Movements Concepts
140(14)
Body Awareness
140(5)
Spatial Awareness
145(4)
Qualities of Movement
149(4)
Relationships
153(1)
Selected Fundamental Motor Skills
154(4)
Locomotor Movements
154(2)
Nonlocomotor Movements
156(1)
Manipulative Skills
157(1)
Teaching Movement Fundamentals
158(4)
Movement Education
158(1)
Developmentally Appropriate Instruction
159(1)
Suggestions for Teaching Movement Fundamentals
160(2)
Learning Across the Lifespan
162(2)
Summary
164(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
164(1)
References
165(1)
Suggested Readings
165(2)
PART II Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
167(234)
Historical Foundations
168(52)
Sport History
169(3)
Definition and Scope
170(1)
Historical Development
170(1)
Areas of Study
171(1)
Ancient Nations
172(2)
China
172(1)
India
173(1)
Ancient Near East
173(1)
Greece
174(2)
Rome
176(1)
Medieval Europe
177(2)
The Renaissance and the Age of Enlightenment
179(2)
Early Modern Europe
181(4)
Germany
181(2)
Sweden
183(1)
Denmark
184(1)
Great Britain
184(1)
Physical Education and Sport in the United States
185(14)
Colonial Period (1607--1783)
185(1)
National Period (1784--1861)
186(1)
Civil War Period until 1900
187(5)
Early Twentieth Century
192(2)
World War I (1916--1919)
194(1)
Golden Twenties (1920--1929)
195(3)
Depression Years (1930--1939)
198(1)
Mid-Twentieth Century (1940--1970)
199(1)
The Physical Fitness Movement
199(3)
Professional Preparation and Development
200(1)
Sports
200(1)
International Developments
201(1)
Programs for Individuals with Disabilities
202(1)
Research
202(1)
Significant Recent Developments (1970 to Present)
202(14)
The Discipline
203(1)
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
204(1)
School Physical Education
205(1)
Physical Fitness and Participation in Physical Activity
206(2)
The Growth of Sports
208(1)
Girls and Women in Sports
209(2)
Programs for Individuals with Disabilities
211(2)
Olympics
213(2)
Technology
215(1)
Summary
216(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
216(1)
References
217(1)
Suggested Readings
218(2)
Biomechanical Foundations
220(28)
Kinesiology and Biomechanics
221(8)
Historical Development
223(1)
The United States Olympic Committee
224(2)
Reasons for Studying Biomechanics
226(2)
Major Areas of Study
228(1)
Selected Biomechanical Terms Related to Human Motion
229(2)
Mechanical Principles and Concepts Related to Movement
231(6)
Stability
231(1)
Motion
232(1)
Linear and Rotary Motion
233(1)
Leverage
233(1)
Force
234(3)
Biomechanical Analysis
237(6)
Instruments
237(3)
Analysis
240(3)
The Future
243(2)
Summary
245(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
245(1)
References
246(1)
Suggested Readings
246(2)
Exercise Physiology and Fitness
248(53)
Exercise Physiology: An Overview
249(2)
Definition
249(1)
Historical Development
250(1)
Scope and Status
251(6)
Physical Fitness
253(1)
Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, and Health
254(3)
Fitness Development
257(6)
Energy Production for Physical Activity
257(2)
Principles of Fitness Training
259(2)
Planning a Fitness Program
261(2)
Health Fitness Components
263(19)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
263(5)
Body Composition
268(5)
Muscular Strength and Endurance
273(6)
Flexibility
279(3)
Conducting Fitness Programs
282(3)
Effects of Training
285(1)
Physical Activity Recommendations for Good Health
286(1)
Special Considerations for Fitness
286(11)
Environmental Conditions and Fitness
287(1)
Misconceptions about Exercise and Weight Control Programs
288(1)
Contributors to Fitness
288(4)
Stress Management and Fitness
292(2)
Deterrents to Fitness
294(3)
Summary
297(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
298(1)
References
298(1)
Suggested Readings
299(2)
Sociological Foundations
301(51)
Sociology of Sport
302(6)
Definition and Scope
304(1)
Historical Development
304(2)
Areas of Study
306(1)
Sport: A Definition
306(2)
Sport in the American Culture
308(1)
Sport in Educational Institutions
309(14)
Interscholastic Sports
310(5)
Intercollegiate Sports
315(8)
Concerns in Sport Today
323(25)
Girls and Women in Sport
324(9)
Minorities in Sport
333(6)
Sport for Individuals with Disabilities
339(2)
Sport for Children and Youth
341(2)
International Sport: The Olympics
343(2)
Amateur Sport
345(1)
Violence
346(2)
Summary
348(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
349(1)
References
349(1)
Suggested Readings
350(2)
Psychological Foundations
352(49)
Motor Behavior
353(1)
Motor Learning and Motor Control
354(15)
Definition and Scope
354(1)
Historical Development
355(1)
Areas of Study
356(1)
Information-Processing Model
356(2)
Stages of Learning
358(2)
Forces Influencing Learning
360(4)
Motor Learning Concepts
364(5)
Motor Development
369(7)
Definition and Scope
369(1)
Historical Development
369(2)
Areas of Study
371(1)
Phases of Motor Development
371(2)
Development of Fundamental Motor Shills
373(3)
Sport and Exercise Psychology
376(20)
Definition and Scope
378(1)
Historical Development
378(3)
Areas of Study
381(1)
Psychological Benefits of Physical Activity
382(1)
Exercise and Adherence
383(5)
Personality
388(2)
Anxiety and Arousal
390(2)
Attention
392(1)
Intervention Strategies
393(3)
Summary
396(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
397(1)
References
397(2)
Suggested Readings
399(2)
PART III Careers and Professional Considerations in Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
401(130)
Career and Professional Development
402(39)
Careers in Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
403(20)
Choosing a Career
404(5)
Maximizing Professional Preparation
409(8)
Attaining a Professional Position
417(6)
Leadership and Professional Development
423(8)
Definition of Leadership
423(1)
Leadership Qualities, Traits, and Skills
424(4)
Professionalism
428(3)
Professional Organizations in Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
431(6)
Why Belong to a Professional Organization?
431(1)
Professional Organizations
432(5)
Summary
437(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
438(1)
References
438(1)
Suggested Readings
439(2)
Teaching and Coaching Careers
441(41)
The Teaching Profession
442(9)
Choosing a Teaching Career
443(1)
What Are the Benefits and Drawbacks Associated with Teaching?
443(1)
What Is Effective Teaching?
444(3)
Competencies for Beginning Physical Education Teachers
447(4)
Teaching Responsibilities
451(2)
Teaching Careers
453(13)
Teaching in the School Setting
453(9)
Teaching in Nonschool Settings
462(4)
Teaching Certification
466(1)
Coaching Careers
466(7)
Choosing a Coaching Career
467(1)
What Are the Benefits and Drawbacks of Coaching?
467(1)
Teaching and Coaching
468(1)
Coaching Responsibilities
469(2)
Securing a Coaching Position
471(1)
Certification of Coaches
471(2)
Burnout
473(2)
Increasing Your Professional Marketability
475(4)
Summary
479(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
479(1)
References
480(1)
Suggested Readings
480(2)
Fitness- and Health-Related Careers
482(27)
Fitness- and Exercise-Related Careers
483(14)
Worksite Health Programs
486(3)
Commercial and Community Fitness Programs
489(2)
Personal Trainers
491(1)
Strength and Conditioning Professionals
492(1)
Rehabilitation Programs
493(1)
Career Preparation
493(4)
Health-Related Careers
497(5)
Athletic Training
497(3)
Health and Weight-Control Clubs and Spas
500(2)
Therapy-Related Careers
502(2)
Dance Therapy
502(1)
Recreational Therapy
502(1)
Kinesiotherapy
503(1)
Increasing Your Professional Marketability
504(1)
Summary
505(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
506(1)
References
507(1)
Suggested Readings
507(2)
Sport Careers in Management, Media, Performance, and Other Areas
509(22)
Careers in Sport Management
511(6)
Athletic Administration
512(1)
Director of Intramurals and/or Campus Recreation
513(1)
Director of Corporate Recreation
514(1)
Sport Facilities Management
514(1)
Sport Retailing
514(2)
Career Opportunities in Professional Organizations
516(1)
Careers in Sports Media
517(5)
Sport Broadcasting
518(2)
Sportswriting and Journalism
520(1)
Sport Photography
520(1)
Sports Information Director
521(1)
Web Developer
521(1)
Performance and Other Sport Careers
522(4)
Dance Careers
522(1)
Professional Athletics
523(1)
Officiating Careers
523(1)
Sport Law
524(1)
Entrepreneur
524(2)
Increasing Your Professional Marketability
526(1)
Summary
527(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
528(1)
References
528(1)
Suggested Readings
529(2)
PART IV Issues, Challenges, and the Future of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
531(62)
Issues and Challenges
532(35)
Issues in Physical Education and Sport Today
533(16)
Leadership in Physical Activity
536(2)
Teaching Values in Physical Education and Sport
538(3)
Leadership in Youth Sport
541(5)
The Growing Fields
546(1)
The Gap between Research and Practice
547(2)
Challenges
549(14)
High-Quality, Daily Physical Education
549(2)
Advocacy
551(5)
Achievement of National Health Goals
556(3)
Lifespan Involvement for All People
559(4)
Summary
563(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
563(1)
References
564(1)
Suggested Readings
565(2)
Future Trends
567(26)
Societal Trends and Current Developments
570(13)
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Movement
570(4)
Education
574(2)
Technology
576(3)
Changing Demographics
579(3)
Expanding Frontiers
582(1)
Preparing for the Future
583(1)
Establishment of Jurisdiction Over Our Domain
584(1)
Enhancement of Our Delivery Systems
585(1)
The Future
586(3)
Summary
589(1)
Self-Assessment Tests
590(1)
References
590(1)
Suggested Readings
591(2)
Credits 593(2)
Index 595


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