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Title: 体罰に関する意識と運動部活動経験との関連 : 体育教師志望者を対象とした調査
Other Titles: The relationship between the consciousness about corporal punishment and the experience of athletic club activities : A survey conducted on applicants for physical education teacher
Authors: 冨江, 英俊
Tomie, Hidetoshi
トミエ, ヒデトシ
日本女子体育大学(講師)
Keywords: corporal punishment
athletic club activity
physical education teacher
teacher training
women's good points
Issue Date: Mar-2009
Abstract: The aim of this report is to clarify what kind of consciousness applicants for the physical education teacher has for corporal punishment in the school education and analyze a factor prescribing the consciousness from a point of view called the corporal punishment in athletic club activity. And this report considers the ideal method of the teacher training of physical education in the future. As for the result of the analysis, the number of teacher applicants who experienced corporal punishments in club activities rose half near, and many affirmed them. The analysis also showed the tendency that applicants who experienced corporal punishments affirm them more than those who did not, and that female applicants affirm them more than male applicants. It is really difficult to get rid of corporal punishments because only those who experienced them can understand the terrible reality of them. However, I think that physical education teacher should have the delicacy and counseling mind which are women's good points, and this leads us to the solution of the problem of physical punishments.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/616
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