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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Oglesby, Carole A.
Title Statement
Foundations of kinesiology / Carole A. Oglesby, PhD, PhD, AASP-CC, Professor Emeritus, Department of Kinesiology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA ... [et al.].
Publication, Distribution, etc
Burlington, MA :   Jones & Bartlett Learning,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xxxviii, 478 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781284034851 (pbk.)
요약
"Foundations of Kinesiology is intended for undergraduate kinesiology, physical education, and health science students with an interest in fitness, therapeutic exercise, teaching, coaching, and sport management. Introduction to Kinesiology committed to three core approaches: 1) holistic, 2) learner-centered, and 3) skill development"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Kinesiology --Textbooks. Human mechanics --Textbooks.
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245 0 0 ▼a Foundations of kinesiology / ▼c Carole A. Oglesby, PhD, PhD, AASP-CC, Professor Emeritus, Department of Kinesiology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA ... [et al.].
260 ▼a Burlington, MA : ▼b Jones & Bartlett Learning, ▼c c2018.
300 ▼a xxxviii, 478 p. : ▼b ill. (chiefly col.) ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 ▼a "Foundations of Kinesiology is intended for undergraduate kinesiology, physical education, and health science students with an interest in fitness, therapeutic exercise, teaching, coaching, and sport management. Introduction to Kinesiology committed to three core approaches: 1) holistic, 2) learner-centered, and 3) skill development"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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650 0 ▼a Human mechanics ▼v Textbooks.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Brief Contents -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- About the Authors -- About the Contributors -- Reviewers -- PART I Kinesiology: Its Fundamentals and Paradoxes -- CHAPTER 1 Fundamentals and Paradoxes -- Introduction -- Classic Definitions -- Three Strata -- Core Scientific Domains -- Sociocultural-Based Forms of Movement -- Specialized Movement Forms -- Methods in Career Applications -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 2 Pathways to the Pillars -- Introduction: Guiding Principles -- A Competency Approach -- Popularity of Kinesiology -- Skills and Competencies -- Learner-Centered Approach -- Teacher-Centered vs. Learner-Centered Approaches -- Five Basic Principles -- Student is Center Stage -- Commitment to a Holistic Approach -- Successful Kinesiology Experiences Must be as Diverse as the People Who Move -- The Parts of Kinesiology Are Critical to the Whole -- Implementing the Approaches -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 3 A History of Kinesiology -- Introduction -- The Embryonic Period: 1880s–1900s -- The Profession of Physical Education: 1900–1960 -- The Academic Discipline of Physical Education: 1960–1980 -- Kinesiology as a Unifying Title: 1990–Present -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- PART II PILLARS OF THE DISCIPLINE: KINESIOLOGY SUBDISCIPLINES -- CHAPTER 4 Biomechanics -- What Is Biomechanics? -- A Brief History of Biomechanics -- The Anatomical Period -- The Theoretical Period -- The Experimental Period -- The Modern Period -- Why Study Biomechanics? -- Major Principles of Biomechanics -- Mechanical Principles -- Multisegment Principles -- Biological Principles -- Actions of the MTC -- Factors Affecting MTC Force -- MTC Length -- MTC Action -- Velocity -- The Stretch-Shortening Cycle -- What Can You Do With a Degree in Biomechanics? -- Careers in Biomechanics -- Biomechanics for Everyone -- Observation -- Evaluation and Diagnosis -- Intervention -- Areas of Research in Biomechanics -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 5 Exercise and Sport Psychology -- What Is Sport Psychology? -- History of Sport Psychology -- What Do Sport Psychologists Do? -- Research -- Teaching -- Consulting -- How Does One Become a Sport Psychologist? -- Clinical Sport Psychology -- Educational Sport Psychology -- Orientations in Sport Psychology -- Psychophysiological Orientation -- Social-Psychological Orientation -- Cognitive-Behavioral -- Major Topics in Sport Psychology -- Motivation -- Social Cognitive Theory -- Achievement Goal Theory -- Attribution Theory -- Psychological Skill Development -- Myths About Psychological Skill Development -- Delivery of PSD Programs -- Team/Group Dynamics -- Formation of Groups -- Factors Influencing Team Performance -- Research Methods in Sport Psychology -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 6 Exercise and S.
port Physiology -- What Is Exercise and Sport Physiology? -- The History of Exercise Physiology in the United States -- Why Study Exercise Physiology? -- The Principles of Exercise Physiology -- The Components of Physical Fitness -- The Principles of Exercise Training -- What Can You Do with a Degree in Exercise Physiology? -- Areas of Research in Exercise Physiology -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Other Resources -- CHAPTER 7 Motor Behavior -- What Is Motor Behavior? -- Basic Building Blocks of the Study of Motor Behavior -- Contemporary History of Motor Behavior as an Area of Inquiry -- Major Topics in Motor Behavior and Research Approaches -- Motor Control -- Motor Learning -- Motor Development -- How Can You Use Motor Behavior in Your Career? -- Coaching -- Physical Education -- Physical or Occupational Therapy -- Career Opportunities in Motor Behavior -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 8 Philosophy of Kinesiology -- Introduction -- What Is the Philosophy of Kinesiology? -- A Brief History of the Philosophy of Kinesiology -- Major Topics in the Philosophy of Kinesiology -- Metaphysics -- Epistemology -- Values -- Ethics -- Aesthetics -- What Can You Do with a Degree in the Philosophy of Kinesiology? -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 9 Sport Pedagogy and Physical Activity -- What Is Sport Pedagogy? -- The History of Physical Education -- Why Study Sport Pedagogy? -- Major Topics in Sport Pedagogy -- Opportunity to Learn -- Meaningful Content -- Appropriate Instruction -- Teacher Movement -- Meaningful Feedback -- Minimizing Instructional, Managerial, and Wait Time -- Student and Program Assessment -- What Can You Do with a Degree in Sport Pedagogy? -- Areas of Research in Sport Pedagogy -- Descriptive Research -- Experimental Research -- Action Research -- Research and Technology -- Analytic Research -- The Future of Physical Education -- National Physical Activity Plan -- Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 10 Sociology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity -- What Is Sociology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity? -- A Brief History of the Sociology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity -- Major Topics in Sociology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity -- Preparing to Ask and Answer Sociological Questions Related to Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity -- Why Apply Sociological Knowledge to Sport and Physical Activity? -- Theory and Practice in the Sociology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity -- Landscape Knowledge Techniques -- Experience Knowledge Techniques -- Analytic Knowledge Techniques -- Case Study: Applying Your Sociological Imagination to Movement Settings -- Emergent Sport: From CrossFit and Tough Mudders to the Biggest Loser -- Cultural Conditions -- Structural Conditions -- Historical Context -- What Can You Do with a Degree in Soci.
ology of Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity? -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 11 Adapted Physical Activity -- What Is Physical Activity? -- What Is Adapted Physical Activity? -- A Brief History of APA -- Major Topics in APA -- What Is Adaptation? -- What Is Appropriate Language in APA? -- How Can APA Impact Aging and Disability? -- What Courses are Available in APA? -- What Do APA Service Programs Look Like? -- What Can You Do with Training in APA? -- What Kind of Work Do You Actually Do in APA? -- APE Teacher -- Adapted Aquatics Instructor -- APA Specialist at a Medical Center -- APA Coordinator in the Public Sector -- Adapted Fitness Business Owner -- APA Service Program Director at a Community College -- Adapted Fitness Trainer in a Recovery Exercise Program -- APA Researcher in a University -- Adapted Wellness Program Director at a Retirement Community -- What Credentials or Certifications Are Available in the Field of APA? -- Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) -- Certified Inclusive Fitness Trainer (CIFT) -- Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute Certified (ATRIC) -- Areas of Research in APA -- Administrative and Epidemiological Approach -- Biomechanical Approach -- Motor Behavioral Approach -- Pedagogical Approach -- Physiological Approach -- Psychological Approach -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 12 Sport Management -- What Is Sport Management? -- The History of Sport Management in the United States -- The Size of the Sport Industry in the United States -- Major Topics in Sport Management -- Intercollegiate, Interscholastic, and Amateur Athletics -- Sport Marketing and Revenue Generation -- Sport Consumer Behavior -- Sport Facility Management -- Sport Management Ethics -- Sport Law -- Career Opportunities with a Sport Management Degree -- Predominant Areas of Research in Sport Management -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- PART III INTEGRATION OF THE PILLARS -- CHAPTER 13 Healthy Living -- Case Study: Health and Wellness -- Two Common Problems -- A Solution? -- Health Evaluation -- Physician Clearance -- Fitness Assessment -- Goal Setting and Exercise Prescription -- The Fitness Program -- Post-Assessment, Reevaluation, and Revision -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 14 Restoring Function -- Case Study: Care for Restoring Healthy Balance -- Key Legislation -- Extra IEP Content for Youth with Disabilities -- Adapted Physical Education -- Becoming an Adapted Physical Educator -- Adapted Physical Activity -- Career Possibilities -- Allied Health Professions -- Broader Issues in Therapeutic Exercise and Allied Health -- Chapter Summary -- Discussion Questions -- References -- CHAPTER 15 Discovering Possibilities -- Case Study: Personal and Cultural Physical Activity -- Understanding the Physical Activity Relationship -- Life as a Stranger -- Life as a Tourist -- Life as a Regular -- Life as an Insider.

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