Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Vol 4 No 1 June 2011

Comments from the Editor
Scott Kretchmar……………………………………………………………………………………. 1

Conference Presentations and Responses-Colloquium Theme:
Social Justice in Intercollegiate Sport:  A Critical Examination of Racialized, Gendered and Disabled Bodies

Session I
Keynote Address:  How to Evaluate NCAA Success in Attaining its Stated
Mission:  Implications for Athletes’ Rights and Social Justice
Alan Sack…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Reaction:   Athletes’ Rights and Justice Issues: It’s Not Business, It’s Personal
Louis Harrison …………………………………………………………………………………… 14

Session II
Keynote Address: Transformational Developments at the Interface of Race, Sport, and the Collegiate Athletic Arms Race in the Age of Globalization
Harry Edwards …………………………………………………………………………………… 18

Reaction:   Farewell to Sport: The Decline of the African American Athlete
During the Age of the Collegiate Arms Race and Globalization
David Wiggins ……………………………………………………………………………………. 32

Session III
Keynote Address: Testing Sex, Attributing Gender:  What Caster Semenya Means to Women’s Sports
Susan Cahn…………………………………………………………………………………….  38

Reaction #1:  The Paradox of Being A Sport Feminist: A Response to “Testing Sex, Attributing Gender:
What Caster Semenya Means to Women’s Sports” By Susan Cahn
Pat Griffin ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 49

Reaction #2: For Sport Feminists, Our Choices Are Never Easy: A Response to “Testing Sex, Attributing Gender:
What Caster Semenya Means to Women’s Sports” by Susan Cahn
Ellen Staurowsky ………………………………………………………………………………… 54

Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Vol 83, No 1

FEATURE
Asian Influences  in Dance Education
Introduction
Nancy Schmitz, Feature Editor …………………………………………………………13

Tanka  Bushi: Designing a Japanese-American Dance  Experience
Terry Sweeting, Peter Werner, Lori H. Williams, & Alyssa Crump …………..15

The Philippine “Hip  Hop Stick Dance”
Lisa Lewis……………………………………………………………………………………17

East Meets West
Sanja Korman ………………………………………………………………………………22

Teaching an Ancient Performing Art in a Modern Context
Joyce Paul Poursabahian ………………………………………………………………..24

Dance  Education in Korea
Jae-Kyung Byeon ………. 27

ARTICLES
Youth Development
From  Community Gyms  to Classrooms: A Framework for Values­ Transfer  in Schools
Tom Martinek & Okseon Lee……………………………………………………………33

Technology
Using the  iPad in a Sport  Education Season
Oleg A. Sinelnikov …………………………………………………………………………39

Health
Exertional Rhabdomyolysis: What Is It and  Why  Should We Care?
David Q. Thomas, Kelli A. Carlson, Amy Marzano,
& Deborah Garrahy……………………………………………………………………….46

Journal of Teaching in Physical Education Vol. 30 No. 4 Oct. 2011

CONTENTS
Editors’ Note …………………………………………………………………………………….. 317

Relationships Between Personal Biography and Changes in Preservice
Classroom Teachers’ Physical Activity Promotion Competence and Attitudes
Collin Webster ………………………………………………………………………………….. 320

The Influence of a State Mandated Induction Assistance Program on the Socialization of a Beginning Physical Education Teacher
K. Andrew Richards and Thomas J. Templin ……………………………..,:::………. 340

How One Exceptional Teacher Navigated Her Working Environment
as the Teacher of a Marginal Subject     , •
Karen L’ttx and Bryan A. McCullick …………………………………………………….. 35

Comparison of Three Instructional Approaches to Enhance Tactical
Knowledge in Volleyball among University Students
Gert Vande Broek, Filip Boen, Manu Claessens, los  Feys
and Tanja Ceux…………………………………………………………………………………. 375

Do You Hear What I Hear? Overweight Children’s  Perceptions of Different Physical Activity Settings
Karen S. Meaney, Melanie A. Hart, and L. Kent Griffin …………………………. 393

Social Goals in Urban Physical Education: Relationships with Effort and Disruptive Behavior
Alex C. Garn, Nate McCaughtry, Bo Shen, Jeffrey J. Martin,
and Mariane Fahlman ………………………………………………………………………. 410

Journal of Health Education Dec. 2011

Editorial
Changing of the Guard
Robert J. McDermott……………………………………….. 320

Interview
The School Health Education Study+ 50 Years- What it looked Like Behind the Scenes:
An Interview with Gus T. Dalis, EdD
Robert J. McDermott……………………………………….. 322

The School Health Education
Study + 50 Years: Scholars’ Reflections on its Impact and Legacy
Robert J. McDermott, Alyssa B. Mayer and The School Health Education Study
Fifty-Year Reflection Group ……………………………… 330

Feature Article
Health Education: Always Approved but Still Not Always on Schools’ Radar Alyssa B. Mayer, Becky J. Smith, and Robert J. McDermott…………………………………. 349

*Self-study Questions for Continuing Education….360
2011 Indices
Index  of Titles ………………………………………… 362
Index of Authors………………………………………… 365
Index of Reviewers…………………………………….. 366

Guidelines for Authors…………………………………………….368

TOC-Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport RQES-Vol. 82, No. 4

RQES-Vol. 82, No. 4

 
Biomechanics
Nordic Walking  Practice Might  Improve Plantar Pressure Distribution
Pedro Perez-Soriano, Salvador Llana-Belloch, Alfonso Nlartinez-Nova,
G. Morey-KlajJsing, and Alberto Encarnacion-Martinez ………………………………………..593

Epidemiology
Evaluation of Low-Cost, Objective Instruments for Assessing of Physical Activity in 10-11-Year-Old Children
Teresa L. Hart,  Timothy Brusseau,  Pamela Hodges Kulinna,JamesJ McClain,
and  Catrine Tudor-Locke ……………………………………………………………………………..600

Measurement and Evaluation
The Bland-Altman Method  Should  Not Be Used in Regression Cross-Validation Studies
DanielP O’Connor; Matthew T Mahar,  MitziS..Laughlin,
and Andrew S. Jackson…………………………………………………………………………….610

Accuracy and Feasibility of Video Analysis for Assessing Hamstring
Flexibility and Validity of the Sit-and-Reach Test
Constance M. Mier. ……………………………………………………………………………….. 617

Motor Behavior
Decreasing the Proportion of Self-Control Trials During  the Acquisition Period Does Not Compromise the Learning Advantages in a Self­ Controlled Context
.Jae T  Patterson, Michael Carter, and Elizabeth Sanli…………………………………………..624

Decreasing Internal Focus of Attention Improves Postural Control
During Quiet Standing in Young Healthy Adults
Gilel Nafati and Nicolas Vuillerme…………………………………: ………………………….. 634

Comparison of Dynamic Visual Acuity Between Water PoloPlayers and Sedentary Students
Lluisa  Quevedo-Junyent,Jose Antonio Aznar-Casanova, Dolores Merindano-
Encina, Genis Cardona, and Joan Solii-Fot6……………………………………………………..644

Attentional Focus and Control  Parameter: Effect on Throwing
Pattern  and Performance
Dan Southard………………………………………………………………………………………652

Physiology
The Relationship Among HRpeak,  RERpeak, and V02peak During Treadmill Testing in Girls
Karissa Peyer; James M. Pivarnik, and Dawn Podulka Coe…………………………………….685

Interleukin-6 and Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness Do Not Vary During the Menstrual  Cycle
Morgan E. Chaffin, KrisE. Berg, Jessica R Meendering, Tamm L. Llewellyn,
Jeffrey A. French, and jeremy E. Davis……………………………………………………………693

Psychology

Kids Speak: Prefened Parental  Behavior at Youth Sport Events
]ens Omli and Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal………………………………………………………….702

Effects of Acute Exercise on Long-Term Memory
Jeffrey D. Labban and jennifer L. Etnier…………………………………………………………..712
Coach Autonomy Support, Basic Need Satisfaction, and Intrinsic
Motivation ofParalympic Athletes
Hailey R Banach, Catherine M. Sabiston, and Gordon A. Bloom…………………………….722

The Role of Sport as a Social Status Determinant for Children: Thirty Years Later
Melissa A. Chase and Moe Machida……………………………………………………………….731
Sociocultural Foundations

Some Empirical  Notes on the Epo Epidemic in Professional Cycling
Hein F M. Lodewijkx and Bram Brouwer………………………………………………………….740
“It’s Cheesy When They Smile:” What Girls Prefer in Images of Female
College Athletes
Vikki Krane, Sally R Ross, Montana Miller, Kristy Ganoe, Cathryn Lucas-Carr;
and Katie Sullivan Barak…………………………………………………………………………… 755
A Pictorial View of the Physical Activity Socialization ofYoung
Adolescents  Outside  of School
Michael W  Beets, Jorge A. Banda, Heather E. Erwin, and Aaron Beighle……………………769

Research  Notes
Identification of Accelerometer Nonwear Time and Sedentary Behavior
Melody Oliver; Hannah M. Badland, Grant M. Schofield, and Janine Shepherd…………..779

Quantity and Quality of Practice: Intenelationships Between Task
Organization and Student Skill Level in Physical Education
Peter A. Hastie, Antonio Calderon, Jose Palao, and Enrique Ortega ……………………….784