Perspective Publications in Kinesiology
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Perspective Publications in Kinesiology

Brooks, G.A. (1981). What is the discipline of physical education? In G.A. Brooks (Ed.), Perspectives on the academic discipline of physical education. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Henry, F.M. (1964). Physical education: An academic discipline. Proceedings of the 67th annual conference of NCPEAM, p. 6-9. Also published in Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 35(7), 32-33; 69.

Newell, K.M. (1990). Kinesiology: The label for the study of physical activity in higher education. Quest, 42, 269-278.

Newell, K.M. (1990). Physical education in higher education: Chaos out of order. Quest, 42, 227-242.

Park, R.A. (1989). The second 100 years: Or, can physical education become the renaissance field of the 21st century? Quest, 41, 1-27.

Reeve, T.G. (2007). Kinesiology: Defining the academic core of our discipline. Quest, 59, 1-4.

Rikli, R. (2006). Kinesiology – A “homeless” field: Addressing organization and leadership needs. Quest, 58, 288-309.

Thomas, J.R., & Reeve, T.G. (2006). A review and evaluation of doctoral programs 2000-2004 by the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education, Quest, 58, 176-196.