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87 Journal

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This 6"x9" inch journal is a great way to show off your unique style! Whether it's for taking notes for school work, doodling, or drawing, showcase your personality with this notebook. It includes 120 pages (60 Sheets) of black and white college ruled 7.1mm lined paper making it a perfect notebook for boys and girls, men and women. There are a multitude of uses for this book including keeping track of goals, plans, and tasks or even as a grocery list and exercise log. Great for journaling or can also be used as a diary for kids or adults. Not to mention, students of all ages and grades from kindergarten, to middle school, junior high, high school, and college for homework. Can also be used as a pad to jot down events or dates. The cover is beautiful and colorful and is the perfect size for all backpacks, pocketbooks, handbags, purses, or bags. Perfect to keep all of your thoughts and ideas in one place and the beautiful, classy, and elegant custom cover makes a great present for friends or family!

Safety in Ice Hockey

Author : Alan B. Ashare
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Epidemiology of Injury in Olympic Sports

Author : Dennis J. Caine
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This new volume in the Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine series, published under the auspices of the International Olympic Committee, provides a state-of-the- art account of the epidemiology of injury across a broad spectrum of Olympic sports. The book uses the public health model in describing the scope of the injury problem, the associated risk factors, and in evaluating the current research on injury prevention strategies described in the literature. Epidemiology of Injury in Olympic Sports comprehensively covers what is known about the distribution and determinants of injury and injury rates in each sport. The editors and contributors have taken an evidence-based approach and adopted a uniform methodology to assess the data available. Each chapter is illustrated with tables which make it easy to examine injury factors between studies within a sport and between sports. With contributions from internationally renowned experts, this is an invaluable reference book for medical doctors, physical therapists and athletic trainers who serve athletes and sports teams, and for sports medicine scientists and healthcare professionals who are interested in the epidemiological study of injury in sports.

Media Culture and the Meanings of Hockey

Author : Stacy L. Lorenz
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This volume examines the cultural meanings of high-level amateur and professional hockey in Canada during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In particular, the author analyzes English Canadian media narratives of Stanley Cup "challenge" games and championship series between 1896 and 1907. Newspaper coverage and telegraph reconstructions of Stanley Cup challenges contributed significantly to the growth of a mediated Canadian "hockey world" – and a broader "world of sport" – during this time period. By 1903, Stanley Cup hockey games had become national Canadian events, followed by audiences across the country. Hockey also played an important role in the construction of gender and class identities, and in debates about amateurism, professionalism, and community representation in sport. The author also explores the connections between violence and masculinity in Canadian hockey by examining media descriptions of "brutal" and "strenuous" play. He analyzes how notions of civic identity changed as hockey clubs evolved from amateur teams represented by players who were members of their home community to professional aggregations that included paid imports from outside the town. As a result, this volume addresses important gaps in the study of sport history and the analysis of sport and popular culture. This book was originally published as a special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport.

Canadiana

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Sports Coach

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Body Culture of Women s Ice Hockey

Author : Maura Beth Rosenthal
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Sport and Gender in Canada

Author : Kevin Young
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This thoroughly revised collection examines a wide range of gender related issues, all of which contribute to a larger body of knowledge about how gender operates as a key factor in the way sport is played, organized, and funded in Canada.

CAHPER ACSEPL Journal

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Library Journal

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Australian Official Journal of Patents

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Feminist Sport Studies

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Uses personal narratives to highlight the development of feminist sport studies.

Sports in Society Issues and Controversies

Author : Coakley, Jay J
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A new, Canadian edition of a market-leading text!Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies, First Canadian Editionis the definitive text for the sociology of sport course. The text’s global, issues-oriented approach to the study of sports in Canadian society promotes discussion of current sports-related controversies and helps students to develop critical thinking skills.

Journal of Sport Exercise Psychology

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School Library Journal

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Psychological Foundations of Sport

Author : John M. Silva, III
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Twenty-five specialists from the field of sports psychology contribute 26 chapters to this text for undergraduate students in sport psychology courses, which may also appeal to graduate students and fellow professionals in the field. The text combines information from both basic and applied sources, from sport psychology and psychology. Coverage includes the evolution of sport psychology, personality and performance, motivation and sport, emotion and sport performance, intervention and performance enhancement, group dynamics, aggression in sport, gender issues in sport, psychological aspects of coaching, and psychological aspects of youth sport. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Trade marks Journal

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Visual Search

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The proceedings of a conference on visual search processing, held in Durham in September 1988. The speakers are from various locations throughout the world and the main theme is the optimization of visual search. A summary of the conference workshop is included.

A Sociological Perspective of Sport

Author : Wilbert Marcellus Leonard
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A Sociological Perspective of Sport, Fifth Edition offers a comprehensive look at the social world of sport. The text is organized to show how sport is a vital component of major sociological concepts such as culture, social organization, socialization, deviance, small groups, collective behavior, mass media, and institutional interrelationships (education, politics, and religion). Chapters move from the "macro" perspective to the "micro" view to make the connection between sport and society clear. A Sociological Perspective of Sport is based on three central themes: sport is a social institution worthy of sociological examination like the more traditional institutions of marriage/family, politics, economy, religion, law, health/medicine, science, and education; sport is a microcosm of the larger society and as such reflects and reinforces the dominant ideology; and numerous institutional connections between sport and other societal institutions make it impossible for changes in one sphere not to have reverberating effects in all spheres.

What s What a Visual Glossary of the Physical World

Author : Reginald Bragonier
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Pictures of common objects and the parts of which they are composed, classed under general categories such as living things, transportation, and personal items, are identified by name.