Issues and Themes of Socialization Into Physical Education

Stroot, Sandra A.; Williamson, Kay M.
July 1993
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1993, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p337
Academic Journal
The article discusses issues and themes of socialization in the field of physical education. Socialization research can help teachers and teacher educators learn how to interact with students and tailor course curricula to those they are teaching to. Research into the subject is also useful for those who wish to become physical educators.


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