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Victory & Defeat - Dealing with Intensity - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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You learn from victory, but you learn much more from defeat – about yourself as well as your team.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2014 9:49 PM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Dealing with defeat/Intenisty/Victory&Loss)

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Is It Genes, or the Gym, That Makes Great Athletes? Q&A With Author of “The Sports Gene” | TIME.com

Is It Genes, or the Gym, That Makes Great Athletes? Q&A With Author of “The Sports Gene” | TIME.com | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it
A sports science writer unlocks the mysteries behind championship performances

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Health & PE NZ's curator insight, August 19, 2013 6:58 PM

Nature / Nurture debate.

Performance Improvement of self and / or others - Scholarship PE spec

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Promoting Children's Health with Digital Games: A Review of Reviews | Abstract

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“Promoting #Children's #Health with Digital #Games: A Review of Reviews #exergaming #beweeggames #gezondheid #kinderen http://t.co/qCoNf9oJVQ”;


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Brendan Jones 's curator insight, June 8, 2014 12:37 AM

The jury is still out

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What makes an effective coach? - The Roar

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The Roar
What makes an effective coach?
The Roar
There is no blueprint for what is required to be an effective coach.

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The reality of concussion in sport

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A sobering lesson for parents before they send their child to play contact sport.

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Are ethics learned (yes) or natural (no)?

Are ethics learned (yes) or natural (no)? | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it
Debate.org is a dynamic social community where you can voice your opinion on today’s hottest issues.

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THE LEAGUE in Athletes Unethical Behaviors - YouTube


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Mary Katie Owen's curator insight, February 16, 2014 8:34 PM

Many athletes try not to take ownership of their actions. They will try to blame others or say they didnt' do it. They also try to pay to cover up anything they have done wrong. This is not a good way to show a positive Sports Ethics.

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cattledog2 - YouTube

here is tom raudonicus and andrew johns talking about a not so successful origin tactic; a deliberately started brawl - codenamed, 'cattledog', in which Andr...

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mitch's curator insight, October 15, 2014 5:04 AM

Historical influences and expectations leading to violence in sport

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Ian Roberts says he has brain damage

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Former rugby league player Ian Roberts has predicted the ‘‘end of contact sport’’ after being diagnosed with brain damage he believes is the result of being knocked out up to a dozen times in his playing career.

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Peter Mellow's curator insight, March 9, 2014 6:26 PM

‘‘It’s quite possibly the beginning of the end of contact sport, like hard contact sport,’’ Roberts said.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/ian-roberts-says-he-has-brain-damage-20140309-34ez8.html#ixzz2vVVMsCpU

Barbara Letscher's curator insight, March 10, 2014 5:44 AM

Pas très étonnant.... Et bien évidemment pas spécifique au rugby ! 

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Tackling family violence: Sport's tough guys learn - New Zealand Herald

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“Tackling family violence: Sport's tough guys learn New Zealand Herald Tough working-class sport rugby league is taking a stand against family violence.”


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Xanthe Sulzberger's curator insight, December 18, 2013 3:02 PM
Great for NZ and local perspective-just in Manukau!
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The link between sports events and domestic abuse | Shine

The link between sports events and domestic abuse | Shine | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it

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School Sports May Cut Rates of Violence, Bullying Among Teens - U.S. News & World Report

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School Sports May Cut Rates of Violence, Bullying Among Teens
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SPORTS: WHEN WINNING IS THE ONLY THING, CAN VIOLENCE BE FAR AWAY?


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Cassandra Thompson's comment, February 8, 2015 3:48 AM
i agree that we are focusing a lot more winning than just enjoying the sport we play which does lead to all the fights that some younger kids look up to and think its okay. i believe that we should be focusing more on the game itself and enjoy doing something we love rather than giving kids the impression that it is okay to fight someone if you lose
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The War On Doping - Trailer

In the run up to the opening of the 30th Olympic Games of modern times, in London, the United Kingdom, from July 27 to August 12, UNESCO will host, on June 7...

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Serious Games Inspiring Hope For The Future Of Cardiovascular Medicine | SERIOUS GAMES MARKET

Serious Games Inspiring Hope For The Future Of Cardiovascular Medicine | SERIOUS GAMES MARKET | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it

“"Serious Games Inspiring Hope For The Future Of Cardiovascular Medicine" http://t.co/YLMvPJT1gw @gamesforhealth #gfh”


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Introduction to Running Biomechanics

Introduction to Running Biomechanics | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it
bi·o·me·chan·ics /ˌbīōməˈkaniks/ Noun The study of the mechanical laws relating to the movement or structure of living organisms. If the above ha

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Todd Davies's comment, June 5, 2014 7:02 PM
this is a good article. It helps to give us an understing of the running technique
Tanvir Nidzhar's comment, June 5, 2014 7:03 PM
Arash, josh and myself found his useful because it taught us,the correct running motions
Tanvir Nidzhar's comment, June 5, 2014 7:03 PM
Arash, josh and myself found his useful because it taught us,the correct running motions
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Are we cheering for victory or violence in sports? - World Magazine

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World Magazine
Are we cheering for victory or violence in sports?
World Magazine
Violence in sports cannot be ignored. Our collective knowledge of the damage done to athletes in certain sports over time has grown to a tipping point.

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John Baker's curator insight, February 25, 2014 9:20 PM

Being safe in sports is important but entertaining is more important to fans.

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What Role Does Ethics Play in Sports?

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Distinguishing between gamesmanship and sportsmanship

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Sina Seumanutafa's comment, February 11, 4:27 AM
Sportsmanship expresses good values and attributes in a sport and within the team.
nahshon letele's comment, February 11, 3:56 PM
Cool story and very educational
michelle shakir's curator insight, July 17, 10:45 PM

Ethics plays major role when it comes to the difference between gamesmanship and sportsmanship and the importance of character building.  

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Stereotypes in Womens Rugby by Jennifer Katherine Jones | Sporting Life 360

Stereotypes in Womens Rugby by Jennifer Katherine Jones | Sporting Life 360 | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it
The Stigma of Playing Rugby I am on a college women's rugby team. I noticed the stigma of rugby before I even knew what the sport was. My freshmen year

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Dylan Nath's comment, July 29, 2014 4:27 PM
we didnt let the girls play touch rugby with us in primary.
Danikah Upward-Simeon's comment, August 19, 2015 1:17 AM
This link doesnt work?
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Hansen Unplugged: Celebrating our differences

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Michael Sam would be the first openly gay player in the NFL; says he knows there will be problems... and they've already started.

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Neil Stuart's comment, March 4, 2014 7:14 PM
Hansen makes some great points around who is 'accepted' by mainstream society into the NFL through the draft system. His comment 'you sleep with another man, well now you've gone too far' really brings a great light to how ridiculous some peoples thoughts towards this are.
Becca Mower's comment, March 11, 2014 2:14 AM
This video clip was good at highlighting what is socially accepted in the sporting world. It goes on to talk about how some players in the NFL have criminal records for drunk driving, assault, family violence and even rape, yet they are considered 'normal' players as opposed to Michael Sam who is considered 'abnormal' because of his sexuality. It shows that homosexual people are not welcome in the sporting world by a lot of people. This is considered an ethical issue because it touches on what is morally accepted in today's society.
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Is Violence in Sports Inevitable? : DNews

Is Violence in Sports Inevitable? : DNews | Scholarship Pe | 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?

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70 useful sentences for academic writing

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This post contains a random collection of 70 sentence stems you can use in your academic writing.
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Masculinity and violence: the men who play rugby league

Masculinity and violence: the men who play rugby league | Scholarship Pe | Scoop.it

When his grandson was tragically killed while playing rugby league in April this year, former New South Wales and Australian halfback Tommy Raudonikis said: Everyone needs to understand that this was just…...


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Joshua Cowie's comment, February 7, 2015 6:15 PM
I watch rugby league and love the game, and I agree that it is a brutal game. "A hard game played by hard men." However the fact that this boy died playing the game is surely a reason to look at and ensure the safety of the men playing it. I also agree that the whole attitude about the hardness of the game may need to be altered so that we do everything in our power to ensure that something like this doesn't happen again.,
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Viewpoint: Make Kids Referee Their Own Sports Games - TIME

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Viewpoint: Make Kids Referee Their Own Sports Games
TIME
It's often said that team sports serve as a proxy for actual violence.

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Is Violence in Sports Inevitable? : DNews

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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?