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  • Sport plays an important role in many people’s lives. Satellite television beams pictures of sporting events around the world, pictures which enables us to see world class performance in action. These performers had to start somewhere. 1.2 The Influence Of Social Institutions On The Development Of Sport There are four social institutions identified that has an influence on sports development.

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  • In past decades the number of exercising individuals and the area of sports medicine have grown considerably. Sports medicine has developed both in terms of its clinical importance with appropriate diagnosis and adequate rehabilitation following injury as well as its potential role in the promotion of health and prevention of life-style diseases in individuals of all ages.

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  • Taking risks with one’s life in sport competitions is nothing new in the human experience. Gladiatorial competitions in ancient Rome and jousts in medieval Europe are two examples of sports that fit the modern definition of extreme. Extreme sports in their modern form are a recent development and the list of pursuits and sports categorized as “extreme” is long and growing as is the number of athletes and spectators. Extreme sports now form a distinct sector within the larger sports industry, although exactly where it fits is not at all clear.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'kettlebell training for athletes develop explosive power and strength for martial arts, football, basketball, and other sports', giải trí - thư giãn, thể dục thể thao phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Over the last few decades sport psychology has undergone sustained development.

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  • Prior to 1970, texts concerned with comparative and international issues and dimensions were relatively rare. A few American commentators devoted some attention to developments in sport in the then Soviet Union and also produced, through assembled descriptive accounts, information on health, physical education and recreation in a number of countries around the world. After 1970, there was an increasing interest in international aspects of physical education, testimony to which was the plethora of descriptive articles contributed to professional journals by American physical educators.

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  • (BQ) Key Topics in Sports Medicine is a single quick reference source for sports and exercise medicine. It presents the essential information from across relevant topic areas, and includes both the core and emerging issues in this rapidly developing field. It covers: 1) Sports injuries, rehabilitation and injury prevention, 2) Exercise physiology, fitness testing and training, 3) Drugs in sport, 4) Exercise and health promotion, 5) Sport and exercise for special and clinical populations, 6) The psychology of performance and injury.

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  • (BQ) This book is essential reading for any student or practitioner studying or working in policy today, and is: The first book to examine the intersection of sport with other (non-sport) policies from an international perspective including topics such as gambling, the media, social inclusion and economic development; Far-reaching in scope encompassing government regulation and sport's intersections with other government policies. This challenging text provides an accessible critical analysis of the intersections of sport with government policy.

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  • (BQ) Sport and Tourism: Globalization, Mobility and Identity marks a new era in sport tourism texts. Written by global experts whose previous collaborations have been integral to the development of the field, the book applies key social science concepts and issues relevant to the academic study of sport and tourism.

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  • The 2011 version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for the Mac sports major changes from what Mac users are accustomed to. This soup-to-nuts guide gets the Mac crowd up to date quickly and easily. Individual minibooks thoroughly cover the Project Gallery, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook (new for Mac), and the Project Center. You’ll learn how the new Office integrates with the Windows version, how to use and customize the new Ribbon interface, and much more. Office for Mac is the most popular office productivity suite for the Mac, used by 1.

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  • In Salah – In Salah Gas is a joint venture between BP (33 percent), Sonatrach (35 percent) and Statoil (32 percent). The project comprises a phased development of eight gas fields located in the Ahnet-Timimoun Basin in Algerian Central Sahara. The initial development focuses on the exploitation of the gas reserves in the three northern fields. These gas fields contain CO2 concentrations ranging from one to nine percent, which is above the export gas specification of 0.3 percent and, therefore, requires CO2 removal facilities.

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  • The Black Women in Sport Foundation was founded in 1992 by Tina Sloan Green, Alpha Alexander, Nikki Franke, and Linda Greene as a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the involvement of Black women and girls in all aspects of sport, including athletics, coaching and administration. The Foundation is resolute in facilitating the involvement of women of color in every aspect of sport in the United States and around the world, through the "hands-on" development and management of grass roots level outreach programs....

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  • But the "environment" is where we all live; and "development" is what we all do in attempting to improve our lot within that abode. The two are inseparable. Further, development issues must be seen as crucial by the political leaders who feel that their countries have reached a plateau towards which other nations must strive. Many of the development paths of the industrialized nations are clearly unsustainable.

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  • Any book appearing in the midst of a severe recession discussing the use of sports and culture to rebuild cities might seem to be either irrelevant or insensitive. Some could consider it irrelevant because its focus seemingly ignores the quintessential issue of our day: “How does America restart its economy?” Other people might consider the book insensitive in that it analyzes sports, culture, and entertainment— what some might consider frivolous luxuries—at a time when millions of people have lost their jobs and homes.

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  • To advance economic reconstruction, China requires imported raw materials and intermediate goods, especially those which the country is short of, and finds hard to develop rapidly in the short run. New Zealand is well known in China for its rich resources of wool, forests, coal, wood, pulp, aluminium, and hides and skins. Since demands for these products are increasing in China, these markets provide New Zealand's exporters with a very good opportunity.

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  • What is the difference between a camera operator and a cameraman? In 2006, I found myself working on a TV show for Intuitive Entertainment with cinematographer I-Li Chen. He was the fi rst person I had ever encountered who could not only sum up the difference but also the importance of this difference. His explanation was as follows: “Camera operators shoot what they’re told, when they’re told; they are more or less a tool with little or no creative input. Cameramen are a bit of a director as well. They are always watching and listening to everything that is happening.

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  • The doctoral programme in Business Economics is an advanced, four-year programme designed to train future researchers in one of the key fields of management: marketing, organisation studies, operations management, operations research and business statistics, management informatics, finance, accountancy, actuarial science or managerial economics and strategy and innovation. The programme is designed to develop and nurture young talent and prepare PhD graduates for careers in both academia and international business.

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  • To put first things first, I’d like to make it plain that I believe playing baseball should be fun, especially for the young. For their individual development, as well as for the enjoyment of doing for themselves and by themselves, they should have the minimum of parental playing-field supervision and adult instruction. It’s absolutely essential that boys—and girls, if they’re part of the gang or playing softball among themselves—spend their early years learning to swing a bat and catch a ball. The fundamentals (and the fun) must come first....

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  • This book comprises a number of cultural-historical and ethnographic studies of the history of sport in Scandinavia. The studies examine the contribution made by sport to the development of Scandinavian nationalism in the nineteenth century, and analyze the ways in which sport became interwoven with the social life of citizens in the various Scandinavian countries in the twentieth century. The main focus of this volume, therefore, is not on the organizational history of sport, nor is it on society vis-á-vis sport – i.e., sport as a reflection of a certain societal constellation.

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  • The political exploitation of the global sports spectacle and the cultural and economic ramifications of its staging have been critical indices of the intensifying globalization of both media and sport. Sports events celebrating the body and physical culture have long been driven by political and ideological motives, from the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome to the societies of early modern Europe, in more modern Western societies as well as less developed and non-Western ones.

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