Cadlum, Kayle Gianne M. 2013-54082
August 8, 2016
1. What is the difference between History as the past, and History as the
study about the past?
-History, when considered as the past, refers to the sum total of all
things that have ever happened while Hi
Lapu-Lapu as national Hero? Not so fast.
For years, it has always been my question on why Rizal is the national hero
and why not someone else. But the name Lapu-Lapu did not even cross my
mind. Whether or not Lapu- Lapu actually killed Magellan, there is
Social Identity Theory
Thirty-something women like Sex and the City, but men go for sports. Youngsters watch
MTV, whereas the older generation tunes in for the Golden Girls (Cassata & Irwin, 2003).
Sociology of Sport Journal, 2010, 27, 54-75
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Power, Politics and
Sport for Development and Peace:
Investigating the Utility of Sport
for International Development
Simon C. Darnell
Sport is currently mobilized
Volume 5, Issue 2
The Social Psychology of the Creation of a Sports
Fan Identity: A Theoretical Review of the Literature
University of Connecticut
A gap exists in the current literature on identity formation with regards
activity or play. But one may wonder: what does sport have to do with the United Nations? In fact,
THE ROLE OF SPORTS AS A DEVELOPMENT TOOL
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Sport for Development and Peace: the case of
Master of Arts Environment, Society and Development
School of Geography and Archaeology
Head of Department Dr. John McDonagh
Dissertation Supervisor Dr. Pat Collins
Fred Coalter is Professor of Sports Policy at the University of Stirling. He has
authored a wide range of articles and publications including: A wider social
role for sport: Whos keeping the score? Routledge, 2007 and is responsible
for Sport England/UK S
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The Philippine Higher Education and the Origins
John N. Schumacher, S.J.
Philippine Studies vol. 23, no. 1-2 (1975): 5365
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