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The Situation of Young Mothers in Changing Social and Economic Circumstances in Some Eastern European Countries

:// PERFAR (Population Europe Resource Finder & Archive). (2014). Family Policies: Romania . Retrieved May 30, 2017, from Romanian parliament bans smoking in bars and playgrounds. (2015, December 15). Reuters . Retrieved May 26, 2017, from Ríos, D., Cubedo, M., & Ríos, M. (2013). Graphical study of reasons for engagement in physical activity in European Union. Springer Plus . Retrieved May 25, 2017, from https

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UEFA EURO 2012™ in the Polish Sociopolitical Narration

-290. Torres, C.R., & Campos, D.G. Philosophy of Sport in Latin America. Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education Faculty Publications. Paper 17. Rerieved July 1, 2013, from Solidarność (n.d.). Retrieved from Stop 67 (n.d.). Retrieved from Union of European Football Associations (n.d.). Retrieved from

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Social Aspects of Physical Education and Sport in Schools

physical culture in Poland/. Poznań: AWF. Krawczyk, Z. (1997). Kultura fizyczna /Physical culture/. In Z. Krawczyk (Ed.), Encyklopedia kultury polskiej XX wieku. Kultura fizyczna, sport /Encyclopedia of Polish culture of the 20th century. Physical culture, sport/. Warsaw: Instytut Kultury. Laporte, W. (1998). Physical Education in the European Union in a harmonization process. Gent: Annual EUPEA. Lipiec, J. (1999). Filozofia olimpizmu /The philosophy of Olympism/. Warsaw: Sprint

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Strength and Conditioning Coaches’ Application of the Session Rating of Perceived Exertion Method of Monitoring Within Professional Rugby Union

method effective and valid for use with rugby squads, individual players and injured players. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to establish if S&C coaches find the session-RPE method valid and effective and to assess how and for what purpose the coaches implemented the session-RPE within professional rugby union. Methods Participants Twenty S&C coaches who worked with different professional rugby clubs in Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland completed the online survey. All of the coaches worked for clubs that took part in European professional rugby

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Gender Differences in Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior and BMI in the Liberec Region: the IPAQ Study in 2002-2009

population between the years 2003-2006: Results from the short and long self administered format of the IPAQ questionnaire. Acta Univ Palacki Olomuc Gymn, 2009; 39(2): 23-31. Sjöström M, Oja P, Hagströmer M, Smith BJ, Bauman A. Health-enhancing physical activity across European Union countries: The Eurobarometer study. J Public Health, 2006; 14:291-300. Sund ER, Jones A, Midthjell K. Individual, family, and area predictors of BMI and BMI change in adult Norwegian population: Findings from the HUNT study. Soc Sci Med, 2010

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Sport and Physical Activities in the Czech Republic

on sport policy in Czech Republic. Local Sport in Europe. 4th EASS Conference Proceedings. Slepičková, I. (2000). Sport Delivery at Municipality Level. Sport, stát, společnost-dodatek (38-46). Praha: UK-FTVS. Slepičková, I. (2001). Public Sector in Sport Delivery - Role of Municipalities and Cities in the European Union and Czech Republic. Sport v České republice na začátku nového tisíciletí (75-78). Proceedings of national conference. Part 2. Praha: UK-FTVS. Staněk, M., Flemr, L

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Comparative Study on Physical Activity and Back Pain of Young Mothers in Some Eastern European Countries

Reports & GDP Data. Retrieved November 27, 2012, from Jeney, L. (2008). A szomszédsági hasonlóság szerepe az Európai Unió nagyvárosai közötti fejlettségi különbségekben /The role of neighborhood-based similarities in the differences in the level of development between the big cities in the European Union/. Retrieved November 27, 2012, from Kobiela, F. (2011). From State Socialism to Free Society: Sport in

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Determinants of Demand for Physical Activity among Students in Krakow

). Participation and time spent in physical activity and sport in Canada. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy , 11(1), 1–38. Hovemann, G., & Wicker, P. (2009). Determinants of sport participation in the European Union. European Journal for Sport and Society , 6(1), 51–59. Kilpatrick, M., Herbert, E., & Bartholomew, J. (2005). College students’ motivation for physical activity: Differentiating men’s and women’s motives for sport participation and exercise. Journal of American College Health , 54(2), 87–94. Kirby, J., Levin, K.A., & Inchley, J

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The Experience of Dual Career through Slovak Athletes’ Eyes

and practice in higher education in the European Union Member States. International Journal of Sport Policy , 2 , 25-47. Aries, E., McCarthy, D., Salovey, P., & Banaji, M.R. (2004). A comparison of athletes and non-athletes at highly selective colleges: Academic performance and personal development. Research in higher education , 45 (6), 577-602. Borggrefe, C. & Cachay, K. (2012). “Dual careers”: The structural coupling of elite sport and school exemplified by the German Verbundsysteme. EJSS. European Journal for Sport and Society, 9 , 57

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Comparative Leisure Physical Activity: A Comparison Between Polish and European Population

the European Union. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 33, 1142-6. Piątkowska, M. (2012). Self-rated physical activity across Europe - Poland and other European countries. Biol Sport , 29(1), 23-31. DOI: 10.5604/20831862.979848. Rosenberg, D.E., Bull, F.C., Marshall, A.L., Sallis, J.F., Bauman, A.E. (2008). Assessment of Sedentary Behavior With the International Physical Activity Questionnaire. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 5(supp 1), 30-44. Salmon, J., Owen, N., Bauman, A., Schmitz, M.K., Booth, M. (2000). Leisure

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