KIN350Lecture - Paradigm -A system of assumptions...

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Paradigm -A system of assumptions (presuppositions) which bound or constrain the ways we think about or study the world (including social world) -no assumption-free thinking evil humors/spirits enter the body body’s own spirit = hurt/suppressed illness Theory -specification of relations among variables that describes or explains linkages among variables usually in terms of causal relationships bacteria/viruses attack human tissue breakdowns in organic function illness Sport management is based on flat-land thinking -have to win to sell tix false, it’s all about the relationship to fans Assumption -There are diff. styles of play inherent in individuals Theory -natural talent greater skill Assumption -Women are delicate and nurturant beings Theory
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course KIN 350 taught by Professor Warner during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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KIN350Lecture - Paradigm -A system of assumptions...

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