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Using Theory to Guide Research: Applications of Constructivist and Social Justice Theories

K. Andrew R. Richards, Kim C. Graber, and Amelia Mays Woods

’ learning experiences. Related to children’s experiences, her work focused on student learning in constructivist physical education lessons. Ennis ( 1999b ) developed the Sport for Peace pedagogical model as a way for students to participate in sporting experiences while also practicing conflict negotiation

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Conflict and Harm in the Context of Restorative School Physical Education

Michael A. Hemphill, Emily M. Janke, Santos Flores, and Barrie Gordon

students. Some physical education scholars have recognized the need to be more explicit about the role that conflict plays in physical education. Ennis, Solmon, Santina, and Loftus ( 1999 ), for example, developed a “Sport for Peace” curriculum integrating aspects of peace education ( Carson, 1992 ) with

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Sport for Development’s Impact on Cultural Adaptability: A Process and Outcome-Based Analysis

Carrie W. LeCrom and Tiesha Martin

and peace snakes and ladders . Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 18 ( 3 ), 278 – 297 . doi:10.1108/QMR-01-2014-0011 10.1108/QMR-01-2014-0011 Welty Peachey , J. , Cunningham , G.B. , Lyras , A. , Cohen , A. , & Bruening , J. ( 2015 ). The influence of a sport-for-peace

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Youth Sport as a Vehicle for Social Development

Dawn Anderson-Butcher

-for-health approaches are valuable because of the role of youth sport in health promotion, disease prevention, and addressing rising health care costs ( Edwards & Rowe, 2019 ). Likewise, sport for peace aims to provide respite areas in times of conflict, build trust among groups, and promote a culture of tolerance

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One Physical Educator’s Struggle to Implement Restorative Practices in an Urban Intensive Environment

Michael A. Hemphill, Risto Marttinen, and K. Andrew R. Richards

responsive ways. Ennis ( 1999 ) overviewed the sport for peace approach that explicitly addresses conflicts that were commonly observed in this study. Hellison’s ( 2011 ) teaching personal and social responsibility model is also widely cited as a promising approach in urban physical education ( Wright

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“The Education System is Broken:” The Influence of a Sociocultural Foundations Class on the Perspectives and Practices of Physical Education Preservice Teachers

Shrehan Lynch and Matthew D. Curtner-Smith

specifically, it might also include incorporating instructional models that focus on democracy, equity, and inclusion, and the problematizing of societal norms such as sport for peace ( Ennis, 1999 ) and the body curriculum ( Azzarito et al., 2016 ). Moreover, PETE faculty could stress the importance of PE

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Students’ Knowledge and Behaviors for Active Living: A Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Yang Liu and Senlin Chen

ID: 28742426 doi:10.1080/02701367.2017.1342495 10.1080/02701367.2017.1342495 Ennis , C.D. , Solmon , M.A. , Satina , B. , Loftus , S.J. , Mensch , J. , & McCauley , M.T. ( 1999 ). Creating a sense of family in urban schools using the “Sport for Peace” curriculum . Research Quarterly for

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Re-Assembling Sport for Development and Peace Through Actor Network Theory: Insights from Kingston, Jamaica

Simon C. Darnell, Richard Giulianotti, P. David Howe, and Holly Collison

. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 46 ( 3 ), 249 – 264 . doi:10.1177/1012690210378273 10.1177/1012690210378273 Peachey , J.W. , & Lyras , A. ( 2015 ). The influence of a sport-for-peace event on prejudice and change agent self-efficacy . Journal of Sport Management, 29 ( 3 ), 229 – 244

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Exploring Servant Leadership and Needs Satisfaction in the Sport for Development and Peace Context

Jon Welty Peachey, Laura Burton, Janelle Wells, and Mi Ryoung Chung

.1177/1012690216686856 Welty Peachey , J. , Cunningham , G. , Lyras , A. , Cohen , A. , & Bruening , J. ( 2015 ). The influence of a sport-for-peace event on prejudice and change agent self-efficacy . Journal of Sport Management, 29 , 229 – 244 . doi:10.1123/jsm.2013-0251 10.1123/jsm.2013-0251 Welty Peachey

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One or Many? A Brief History of Culture and Cultures in the Evolution of “Physical Culture”

Mark Dyreson

beliefs for groups devoted to the proposition that physical activity represents a universal tool for refashioning the world and promoting “a good way of life.” To cite just one of a multitude of examples, these ideas animate the ideology of Right to Play, the global sport-for-peace and development program