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R.I.P, Shoulder Charge

Goodnight my sweet prince.

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cgibbons's curator insight, July 26, 2013 10:51 PM

violence vs aggression?

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Sport, Violence and Society by Kevin Young

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(2012). Sport, Violence and Society by Kevin Young. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. ???aop.label???.

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Jessica Lee Clasen's curator insight, June 13, 2013 8:39 AM

I have been reading in our school book for class and I BELIEVE that violence can be reduced

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Shelley Bridgeman: Bad sideline behaviour - Life & Style - NZ Herald News

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A Huffington Post writer reckons parents can't be trusted to behave when viewing their child's sporting matches. In Ban Parents on the Sidelines? she wrote: Youth sports bring - New Zealand Herald

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Dana Johannsen: Sports bodies copping out on violence - Sport - NZ Herald News

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The recent outpouring of anger towards the NFL over its response to incidents of domestic violence involving players has been an exception rather than the norm in professional sport - New Zealand Herald

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AS 91502 Examine a current physical activity event, trend, o - YouTube

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RT @NZPEteacher: My flipped playlist for AS91502 http://t.co/J80vWoFqbo Will also be suitable for Violence in Sport spec for PE Scholarship…
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Theories of violence in sport AS91502

A look at four theories of behaviour relating to violence in sport - Instinct theory, hostile and instrumental aggression approach, social learning theory an...
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Theories of violence in sport AS91502

A look at four theories of behaviour relating to violence in sport - Instinct theory, hostile and instrumental aggression approach, social learning theory an...
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Flipped classroom preparing for violence in sport debate

Social: Non-contact sports - http://www.activenzsurvey.org.nz/Results/NZ-Sport-and-Physical-Surveys-9701/SPARC-Facts-97-01/Part-3/Adult-participation-in-spor...
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Canterbury Bulldogs' Raelene Castle tackling parent violence in junior rugby ... - Sydney Morning Herald

Canterbury Bulldogs' Raelene Castle tackling parent violence in junior rugby ... - Sydney Morning Herald | Violence in Sport | Scoop.it
Rugby league needs to be saved from an epidemic of violence and abuse at junior league level according to Canterbury Bulldogs boss Raelene Castle, who has called an emergency meeting next week to tackle the crisis.
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Infamous acts of rugby violence - Sport - NZ Herald News

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Judging by the Herald on Sunday 's bulging mailbag, it's apparent the act of thuggery that saw Richie McCaw strangled by a Hurricanes player has caused outrage. - New Zealand Herald

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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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Australian Institute of Criminology - Violence in sport

While sporting violence on the part of participants and spectators is less frequent and less severe in Australia than in many countries, it remains grounds for concern.

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Club rugby player dies after brain bleed - National - NZ Herald News

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Club rugby player Willie Halaifonua died in Auckland hospital last night after collapsing with a head injury at the end of a match on Saturday afternoon.

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There's Something Absolutely Wrong With What We Do To Boys Before They Grow Into Men

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How three words make a devastating impact in the lives of little boys.

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Touchline father trips up teenager as he was about to score try - Independent.ie

Touchline father trips up teenager as he was about to score try - Independent.ie | Violence in Sport | Scoop.it
A teenage rugby player has recalled how he was tripped by a ‘touchline dad’ just as he was about to score a try describing the man as “a naughty schoolboy”.

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Sporting Violence: The Injuries

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The following is the first in a three-part series examining violence in sports, and its role in society. We all know the benefits sports bring to our world...

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Click on the Authors name for parts 2 and 3
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Proposed solutions to mitigate violence in sport AS91502

Three proposed solutions that could minimise violence in sport.
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Causes of violence in sport - Media AS91502

A look at the way media influences and contributes to violence in sport - AS91602.
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Introduction to violence in sport AS91502

An introduction to violence in sport. Defining sport, defining violence, then combing the two to come up with a definition for "violence in sport". Also look...
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Violence at Sports Events - Need for Mass Education - The Southern Times

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Violence at Sports Events - Need for Mass Education
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Violence at sports matches, especially football matches is a scourge which needs to be fought by all the relevant authorities through all means available.
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Northland club rugby boycott after gang violence threat - Newstalk ZB

Northland club rugby boycott after gang violence threat - Newstalk ZB | Violence in Sport | Scoop.it
A Northland club rugby team is being boycotted by its competition, who are claiming gang members associated with the club are threatening them with violenc
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Cockocracy: Size matters in the locker room, researcher finds

Cockocracy: Size matters in the locker room, researcher finds | Violence in Sport | Scoop.it

Does cock size really matter in sport? In short, the answer is yes. The bigger the better, but if it's too big, there will be doubts that you can use it. 

My doctoral research took me on a journey gaining insight into embodiment and masculinity in sport. As a podiatrist I undertook my research journey with a focus of understanding the experiences of athletes and their footwear. My work produced some interesting findings about footwear and sports shoes and I entitled this podolinguistics. However, to get men to think about their shoes and feet in sport, I had to dismantle the role of embodiment (how men connect with their bodies, and experience life through their bodies). This produced some significant findings, which related to muscle bulk, and more notably, penis size. 


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Police Admit False Claims about Rugby Domestic Violence at MENZ Issues

Police Admit False Claims about Rugby Domestic Violence at MENZ Issues | Violence in Sport | Scoop.it
The Ministry of Men's Affairs recently challenged the NZ police for making a public claim that domestic violence call outs had increased during an All Blacks match. The police have finally responded acknowledging that they had not been able to find any significant link between family violence and rugby matches. Note that the NZ Police conducted "some analyis at the request of Women's Refuge" to see if there had been any correlation between the 2010 Super 14 rugby season and serious assaults or family violence assaults. No link was found. Women's Refuge will be aware of this finding so any further silly claims by them disparaging good men who follow sports can fairly be challenged as deliberate falsehood. The sergeant who forwarded the 'Superbowl myth' claim about NZ rugby has been told to exercise more caution in future statements, and hopefully police nationwide will also take more care not to parrot feminist false propaganda. However, the issue is a much [...]

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Ian Adamson's curator insight, May 6, 2014 4:18 AM

The police have finally responded acknowledging that they had not been able to find any significant link between family violence and rugby matches.