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School Directors’ Perspectives of Physical Education in El Salvador: A Qualitative Case Study

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Show simple item record Pinch, Kelsey 2012-03-02T14:20:37Z 2012-03-02T14:20:37Z 2012-03-02
dc.description.abstract Youth violence is El Salvador’s most imperative social, economic and health problem today. In an attempt to contribute to youth violence prevention in the country, humanistic physical education has been implemented within schools. Using case study methodology, this study examines twelve Salvadoran school directors’ perspectives of physical education and physical education as a mean of youth violence prevention. School directors’ perceive multiple benefits of physical education including those related to student’s social and emotional health. School directors recognize physical education as a means of reducing violence because it keeps youth busy and provides an outlet to release stress. Results are discussed in relation to long-term violence prevention literature. Results suggest that it would be beneficial for school directors to understand the theory and goals behind humanistic physical education in their schools. Research maintains the continuation of research in the field of humanistic physical education in relation to youth violence prevention. en_US
dc.language.iso eng en_US
dc.publisher Brock University en_US
dc.subject Humanistic Physical Education en_US
dc.subject Violence Prevention en_US
dc.subject Violence Prevention en_US
dc.title School Directors’ Perspectives of Physical Education in El Salvador: A Qualitative Case Study en_US
dc.type Electronic Thesis or Dissertation en_US M.A. Applied Health Sciences en_US Masters en_US
dc.contributor.department Applied Health Sciences Program en_US Faculty of Applied Health Sciences en_US

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