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Post-unification Germany had the difficult task of knitting together two distinct and bi-polar physical education and sport "systems". This volume gives an overview of the two systems and the examines the problems faced when they came together. It focuses on issues such as the historical context, developments in school physical education curricula, sports administration, teacher and coach education, provision of sport, and special populations such as women's involvement in sport. It also compares the two distinct Elite sport strategies within the GDR and FRG between 1945 and unification and the issues which arose once they came together. The book is rounded off with a look at where Germany is in terms of its physical education and sport programmes.
Release date NZ
March 28th, 2002
Edited by Ken Hardman
Edited by Roland Naul
Country of Publication
16 Tables, black and white
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