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Ep8 - Violence in Sports

The tragic death of Kelston Boys' student Stephen Dudley after a junior rugby practice may have been the result of a schoolyard scrap getting out of hand. Bu...
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New Zealand Scholarship Physical Education » NZQA


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Health & PE NZ's curator insight, February 14, 2014 10:44 PM

3 compulsory essay questions

"Questions will draw on candidates’ knowledge and understanding in the following areas: - Processes, strategies and associated issues involved in maintaining or increasing physically active lifestyles. - Violence in sport and its potential impact on New Zealand society - Performance improvement of self and/or others."

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Is Violence in Sports Inevitable? : DNews

Is Violence in Sports Inevitable? : DNews | Physical Education | Scoop.it

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Damian Lenoel's curator insight, February 9, 2015 5:19 AM

I can definitely say that violence has always been a part of human life throughout the ages. It(Sports) has always been about authority, and dominance, that is hardly going to change. Playing contact sports always gets people fired up (Players included) and there is always going to be violence demonstrated through sport. For some people, contact sports can be a stress reliever, letting them take out their anger on other people in a more controlled way than fighting on the streets. I think society needs to stop worrying about violence in sports. Yeah sure it leaves an impression on our growing generation, but shouldn't they(The children of society) be taught by their parents or caregivers what is right, and what is wrong?