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Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (JOPERD)

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EDITORIAL BOARD:
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PUBLISHER:
  American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance  (Reston, Va.)
START/END YEAR: 1981 - Present
PUB TYPE: Journal/Periodical/Series (Unreviewed, 12 item(s) per year)  ISSN: 0730-3084
SUBJECT(S): Physical education and training; Recreation; Dance; Periodicals
DISCIPLINE: No discipline assigned
LC NUMBER: GV201 .J6
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LANGUAGE: English
DISPLAY ABSTRACT: No
PUB ID: 100-533-684 (Last edited on 2006/01/02 13:41:40 US/Mountain)
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70(2): 68 - 70 [ 0 | 0 ] Building an intergenerational activity program for older adults: implications for physical activity (1999) Harper, S..
70(2): 71 - 74 [ 0 | 0 ] Out of the gate: turn your PETE majors into interview front-runners (1999) Kernodle, M.; Turner, E. T.; Everhart, B..
70(2): 75 - 78 [ 0 | 0 ] Ethnic identity and coach feedback: implications for effective coaching (1999) Solomon, G. B..
70(2): 79 - 83 [ 1 | 0 ] Students change and so do good programs: addressing the interests of multicultural secondary students (1999) Fleming, D. S.; Mitchell, M.; Gorecki, J. J.; Coleman, M. M..
70(2): 84 - 85 [ 0 | 0 ] Faculty renewal through interdisciplinary collaboration (1999) West, G. R..
70(3): 17 - 17 [ 0 | 0 ] Can cardiovascular disease and wellness education, along with a physical education program, lessen children's cardiovascular disease risk factors? (1999) Silverman, S..
70(3): 20 - 21 [ 0 | 0 ] The benefits of assessing eye dominance in motor skill instruction (1999) Steinberg, G. M.; Parker, M..
70(3): 22 - 25 [ 0 | 0 ] Using multimedia programming to teach sport skills (1999) McKethan, R. N.; Turner, E. T..
70(3): 28 - 31 [ 0 | 0 ] The Surgeon General's report and leisure services for older adults (1999) Mathieu, M. A..
70(3): 32 - 35 [ 0 | 0 ] Physical activity programs and policies: toward an infrastructure for healthy lifestyles (1999) Siedentop, D..
70(3): 36 - 39 [ 0 | 0 ] Physical activity for women: what park and recreation departments can do (1999) Bialeschki, M. D..
70(3): 40 - 41 [ 0 | 0 ] Promoting the physical activity objectives in the Surgeon General's report: a summary (1999) Hodges, J. S.; Henderson, K. A..
70(3): 42 - 42 [ 0 | 0 ] Celebrating the past: a century of challenge. Part III: the new national section on women's athletics: expanding their role (1932-1940) (1999) Oslin, J..
70(3): 43 - 48 [ 1 | 0 ] Refining skill in educational gymnastics: seeing quality through variety (1999) Nilges, L. M..
70(3): 49 - 55,64 [ 0 | 0 ] Issues in abdominal fitness: testing and technique (1999) Knudson, D..
70(3): 56 - 59 [ 0 | 0 ] More B-boat: the volleyball spike (1999) Abendroth-Smith, J.; Kras, J..
70(3): 60 - 64 [ 0 | 0 ] The individualized education program in physical education: a guide for regular physical educators (1999) Houston-Wilson, C.; Lieberman, L. J..
70(4): 9 - 10 [ 0 | 0 ] Title IX (1999) Sawyer, T. H..
70(4): 19 - 23 [ 0 | 0 ] NAGWS: 100 years (1999) Morgan, K..
70(4): 24 - 31 [ 0 | 0 ] NAGWS and AIAW: the strange and wondrous journey to the athletic summit, 1950-1990 (1999) Hult, J. S..
70(4): 33 - 34 [ 0 | 0 ] NAGWS: our future evolves from our past (1999) Everett, D. J..
70(4): 35 - 38 [ 0 | 0 ] African American women in sport (1999) Abney, R..
70(4): 39 - 41 [ 0 | 0 ] Anglo-American women in sport (1999) Pastore, D. L..
70(4): 42 - 43 [ 0 | 0 ] Asian women in sport (1999) Wong, J. S..
70(4): 44 - 46 [ 0 | 0 ] Hispanic women in sport (1999) Acosta, R. V..
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