Feb 6 Adaptation Strategies 1.pptx - KPER 3100 Inclusive Physical Activity and Leisure Adaptation Strategies 1 \u2022 Discuss the physical psychological

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Adaptation Strategies 1 KPER 3100 Inclusive Physical Activity and Leisure
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Discuss the physical, psychological, social/cultural, and socio- environmental causes and consequences of disability constructions Explain the meanings of various inclusion related terms (e.g., mainstreaming/integration, least restrictive environments, normalization, empowerment, specialization, and (social) inclusion) and distinguish the differences Apply a holistic approach toward thinking about disability in culture that demonstrates an understanding of inclusive recreation and leisure experiences, as well as reduces diverse barriers to participation
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Physical Accessibility Elements in the constructed or built environments (site or building) that allow approach entrance and use of facilities Usability The opportunities for maximum use of constructed or built environments Textbook p. 201 Jan 16 Lecture
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Examples of socio-environmental disabling conditions A lack of resources (e.g., built environments, income, and policies), Socio-cultural influences (e.g., a lack of cultural relevancy, negative societal attitudes, the absence of individual/societal readiness) Jan 23 Lecture
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Stereotyping and Stigmatization Social acts based on a widely held, but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a person Describing or regarding a person as worthy of disgrace or great disapproval Some hidden disabling conditions Jan 23 Lecture
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Jan 30, Feb 4, Feb 6 Lecture
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Example
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Example Experiences of Not Being Included Experiences of Failing Experiences of Not Being Listened to (Bredahl, 2013) Competence Questioned Social Isolations Restricted Participation (Goodwin & Watkinson, 2000)
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How Can We Avoid the Situation?
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I regarded inclusion as an “essential” and “mandatory” societal action for protecting and serving “such people.”
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“My PE teacher told me to ‘be’ the first base when other friends were playing baseball.”
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“She made me a laughingstock.”
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“Hit him!”
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