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Derek M.D. Silva, Roy Bower and William Cipolli III

between objective measurements of athletes and the subjective assessment of those athletes by scouts. One would expect that both objective and subjective assessments of an athlete’s body are predictors of scouts’ overall evaluation. One would also expect that subjective assessments of athlete’s bodies are

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Orlagh Farmer, Donna Duffy, Kevin Cahill, Diarmuid Lester, Sarahjane Belton and Wesley O’Brien

their associated protocols have established validity and reliability in children, and are designed to give an objective measurement of gross motor skill proficiency. The four locomotor skills (run, skip, vertical jump, and balance) and three object-control skills (stationary bounce, kick, and catch

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Pirkko Markula

others and thus, as productive of the phenomena, scientists should treat them as active meaning-making technologies, not means for objective measurements. As Barad argued: “phenomena are not the mere result of laboratory exercises engineered by human subjects. Nor can the apparatuses that produce

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Catrine Tudor-Locke and Elroy J. Aguiar

application. Such “big data” approaches are exciting and potentially very powerful in terms of advancing scientific understanding of the correlates and impacts of physical activity but require careful consideration of information security issues including privacy and ownership. At the heart of objective

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Christopher R. Hill, Deborah L. Feltz, Stephen Samendinger and Karin A. Pfeiffer

.E. , & Berry , T.R. ( 2010 ). Application of a social cognitive model in explaining physical activity in Iranian female adolescents . Health Education Research, 25 ( 2 ), 257 – 267 . PubMed ID: 18936269 doi: 10.1093/her/cyn051 Trost , S.G. ( 2001 ). Objective measurement of physical activity in