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ERIC Number: ED115626
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jun-9
Pages: 10
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Integrate or Disintegrate!
Moriarty, Dick
This address cites studies, reports, and conferences having to do with the integration of physical education and athletics in Canadian universities. Some of the things the speaker notes are that (1) most Canadian colleges are integrated, and those that are not wish they were; (2) most researchers recommend integrating sports and offering them in conjunction with a physical education or health department; (3) more nonintegrated sports programs than integrated programs lost funding in recent years; (4) more integrated programs than nonintegrated offer 11 or more sports; (5) more money is spent on integrated programs than on nonintegrated programs; and (6) American sports programs, the majority of which are nonintegrated, are in bad shape financially despite their size and image. The speaker suggests that integrating Canadian sports programs offers the best hope of continuing Canada's excellent intercollegiate sports program. (CD)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Identifiers - Location: Canada