Chap 2

Chap 2 - Garland D Jones Kinesiology Dr W Fordham M W F...

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Garland D. Jones Kinesiology Dr. W. Fordham M, W, F 8:00-9:00 am September 26, 2006 Chapter 2: What Is a Discipline? What Is Science? Chapter Terms: A priori: Authority: Control: Deduction: Discipline: Hypothesis: Idea-law relationship: Kinesiology: Physical education: Problem-obstacle idea: Science: Scientific study: Static heuristic: Tenacity: Our mind is not changed about a particular view point in spite of evidence to the contrary. 2.) Intrinsic motivation is considered essential because it is done simply for freedom of speech and the expression of learning. The fundamental of free play is the absence of external controls and constraints. However a child’s play is often directed and controlled by adult intervention to an extent that children’s play becomes children’s “work”. (Iso- Ahola 1980). 3.) The five ways of scientific study are as follows: The use of terms such as “concept”, “hypothesis” and “theory” in scientific inquiry are very different from their common street use. They denote special meaning when used in
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