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UGA KINS 2010 - The History of Physical Activity

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O’Bannen Lawsuit Implications- Should athletes be compensated for advertisement use?Big 5 power ConferencesWill be able to offer additional $2000-$5000 per yearPay for post season travel for familiesIncrease athlete health care coverageEase restrictions on athlete/agent contactChapter 6: History of Physical ActivityWhy do we study the history of physical activity?The history of physical activity teaches us about changes as well as stability in the past, which helps us understand the past as well as the present and make reasonable decisions for the futureGoalsIdentify and describe patterns of change and stabilityAnalyze these patterns of change and stabilityResearch MethodsFinding sources of evidencePrimary sourcesSecondary sourcesCritiquing sourcesAuthenticityCredibilityRule of contextRule of perspectiveRule of omission or free editingExamining, analyzing, and synthesizing the evidence to learn how and why things happenedKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 10Outline of Last Lecture I. CompetitionII. Play and Duty in Sporta. Duty-like Sportb. Play-like Sportc. Two potent combinationsIII. Physical Activity Valuesa. Definition of valuesIV. Sport EthicsV. Basic Behavioral Guidelines for SportsVI. Ethical Issues in SportOutline of Current Lecture I. O’Bannen Lawsuit ImplicationsII. History of Physical Activitya. Why do we study it?b. Goals c. Research MethodsThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Current LectureO’Bannen Lawsuit Implications- Should athletes be compensated for advertisement use?- Big 5 power Conferenceso Will be able to offer additional $2000-$5000 per yearo Pay for post season travel for familieso Increase athlete health care coverageo Ease restrictions on athlete/agent contact Chapter 6: History of Physical Activity Why do we study the history of physical activity?- The history of physical activity teaches us about changes as well as stability in the past, which helps us understand the past as well as the present and make reasonabledecisions for the future  Goals- Identify and describe patterns of change and stability- Analyze these patterns of change and stability Research Methods- Finding sources of evidenceo Primary sourceso Secondary sources- Critiquing sourceso Authenticityo Credibility  Rule of context Rule of perspective Rule of omission or free editing- Examining, analyzing, and synthesizing the evidence to learn how and why things


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