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001    AAI3482464 
005    20121129094208.5 
008    121129s2011    ||||||||||||||||| ||eng d 
020    9781267038661 
035    (UMI)AAI3482464 
040    UMI|cUMI 
100 1  Ferry, Matthew Daniel 
245 10 Secondary school physical educators' content negotiations 
300    324 p 
500    Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 73-
       03, Section: B, page: 1521 
500    Adviser: Nathan McCaughtry 
502    Thesis (Ph.D.)--Wayne State University, 2011 
520    In light of growing concern over the relation between 
       physical inactivity and a variety of biomedical and 
       psychosocial conditions and the disjuncture between larger
       physical activity culture and secondary school physical 
       education curriculum, the purpose of this study was to 
       examine how middle school physical education teachers 
       negotiated content and curricular decisions. A variety of 
       theories guided this study, including Bourdieu's theories 
       of habitus and field (1977), teacher socialization theory 
       (Lawson, 1983; 1988), teacher ideology (Apple, 2004), 
       teacher emotion (Hargreaves, 1998; McCaughtry, 2004), 
       curriculum as a political text (Pinar, Reynolds, Slattery,
       & Taubman, 2004), and range of critical and post-
       structural social theories (Ingram & Simon-Ingram, 1991; 
       Wilber, 2001). This qualitative study was grounded in the 
       interpretive tradition. Eight middle school teachers were 
       observed and interviewed for five whole days over the span
       of one school year. The main finding from this study 
       revealed that the complex interplay of teachers' personal,
       institutional, and student factors, and the teachers' 
       consideration of these factors, coalesced in ways that 
       resulted in the perpetuation of competitive sport as the 
       dominant content of their curricula 
590    School code: 0254 
650  4 Education, General 
650  4 Health Sciences, Recreation 
690    0515 
690    0575 
710 2  Wayne State University.|bPhysical Education 
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