Philosophers take ___________seriously; these include moods, emotions, ideals, values, and daily experiences.
____________ is a key component of philosophy. This process helps us to better understand what we have experienced in our daily lives.
The three reflective reasoning processes of philosophical research are inductive, deductive, and _______ reasoning.
A person who examines the behavior of 5 or 10 cheerleaders, looks for similarities, and then draws conclusions about the nature of cheerleading in general would be using what kind of reasoning?
This view reflects the belief that subjective experiences are of little value and that humans are complex machines.
The two goals of philosophy of physical activity are: (1) to clarify thinking about physical activity and the mind-body relationship; and (2) to use these insights to make positive changes in people’s lives.
The Philosophic Society for the Study of Sport founded the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport in the 1970s.
Deductive reasoning starts with a broad, general principle and examines specific facts that follow from it.
Two main physical educators who were early leaders in the field of sport and exercise philosophy in the 1960s were…
An important research direction in history of physical activity that began taking shape in the 1980s was…
The passage of this education amendment helped to create more opportunities for women and girls to participate in sport.
The North American Society for Sport History began in the mid-1950s, and it founded a scholarly journal in the early 1960s.
Determining the authenticity of written historical evidence involves matters such as who actually authored the piece and the date it was produced.
Women’s intercollegiate athletics grew on college campuses in the late 19th century at about the same rate as men’s intercollegiate athletics.
In the second half of the 20th century, growth in participation in exercise and sport greatly outpaced population increases.
Which of the following best illustrates the most significant change in physical activity in the latter part of the 20th century?
a newspaper article about the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics written at the time the Games were in progress.
The NASSH was designed in 1972 to attract a broader scholarly membership including women, Canadians, and international scholars beyond North America. What does NASSH stand for?