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Evaluation of some physical fitness characteristics at age 11 to 13

Intellectual Disabilities, Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 26, pp. 54-67. 23. Sekeljig G., Stamatovic M., Markovic J. (2016). Virtual space of the basic motoric structures, Facta Universitatis, Series Physical Education and Sport, 14(1), pp. 99-108. 24. Gajic M. (1985). Basics of human motorics, Novi Sad: Faculty of Physical Culture.

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The potential value of kinesio taping for the management of nonspecific low back pain

associated disability , Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 27, 238-244. 5. Castro-Sȧnchez A.M., Lara-Palomo I.C., Matarȧn-Peňarrocha G.A., Fernȧndez- Sȧnchez M., et al. (2012). Kinesio Taping reduces disability and pain slightly in chronic non-specific low back pain: a randomized trial , Journal of Physiotherapy, 58, 89-95. 6. Roberts S., Evans H., Trivedi J., Menage J. (2006). History and pathology of the human intervertebral disc, J. Bone Joint Surg. Am., 88(2), 10-14. 7. Bayomi A.Y.I. (2017). Effectiveness of Kinesio taping

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Platelet-rich plasma intra-articular injections as an alternative treatment for knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review

) , Ann Rheum. Dis., 59, 936–944. 4. Hayami T. (2008). Osteoarthritis of the knee joint as a cause of musculoskeletal ambulation disability symptom complex (MADS) , Clin. Calcium, 18,1574–80. 5. Filardo G., Kon E., Roffi A., Di Matteo B., Merli M.L., Marcacci M. (2015). Platelet-rich plasma: why intraarticular? A systematic review of preclinical studies and clinical evidence on PRP for joint degeneration , Knee Surg. Sports Traumatol. Arthrosc., 23(9), 2459–2474. 6. Sakata R., McNary S.M., Miyatake K., et al. (2015). Stimulation of the superficial

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Au pairs on Facebook
Ethnographic use of social media in politicised fields

authorities concerning au pair placement. Moreover, they use the Facebook sites of various NGOs to raise questions concerning their rights and duties or to find new host families in case of a premature termination of the au pair contract or, of continued au pair migration, for example, to Norway. As Murthy observes, engaging in research via social networking sites can ‘result in increased inclusion for those with disabilities (mobility and otherwise)’ ( Murthy, 2008 :845). For the au pairs, a major constraint is the way they are bound to their host families’ homes. For my

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Comparative Research on Inclusive Education in England, Germany, France and Turkey from the Perspective of Physical Activity

: Opportunities, limits, infrastructure. A Report of the Working Group on the Global Metal Flows to the International Resource Panel. 29. Ruffié, S., Ferez, S., & Lantz, E. (2014). From the institutionalization of ‘all disabilities’ to comprehensive sports integration: France joining the Paralympic movement (1954-2012). The International Journal of the History of Sport, 31 (17), 2245-2265. 30. Scelles, N., Durand, C., Bonnal, L., Goyeau, D., & Andreff, W. (2013). My team is in contention? Nice, I go to the stadium! Competitive intensity in the

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Psychological Bases of the Foreign-Language Education of Seniors (Not Only) with Health Disability


According to international documents, older people have a right to carry out and fully develop their abilities, skills and competences, as well as to have a dignified place and position in the society. Seniors with a certain kind of health disability have the same right as well. Due to this reason, it is indispensable and necessary to create suitable conditions for disabled seniors and to provide them a place for their personal development and self-fulfilment oriented on their fully valuable life in spite of their health disadvantage. The foreign-language education can be considered to be one of the possibilities of the self-fulfilment of seniors (not only) with health disability. Learning of a foreign language is an immanent part of education, however, it is necessary to keep certain specific features in the foreign-language education of this target group. This subject study is aimed on the analysis of psychological bases and chosen specific features of foreign-language education of seniors (not only) with health disability. It mentions chosen psycho-didactic aspects of the education of seniors (not only) with health disability. The study is an output of the authors from solving the research project of Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences n.1/0176/15 called Paradigms in education of adults and seniors with disability in the residential care.

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Characteristics of Physical Training of Persons with Visual Impairment - From Instruction and Workout to Training and Competition

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Aleksandra Grbovic and Bojan Jorgic “Motor abilities of children with different levels of visual acuity”, Facta Universitatis, Series: Physical Education and Sport , 15 (1) (2017): 175-184. 2. Deborah Chen, ed. Essential elements in early intervention . Visual impairment and multiple disabilities, New York (NY): AFB Press, 2014 3. Goran Kasum: Sports of disabled persons . Belgrade: Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, 2015 4. Jeanette Kallstrand-Eriksson, Amir Baigi, Nina Buer, Cathrine Hilding “Perceived vision

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Original research article. Interest of Young People in Maintaining an Optimal Regime of Impellent Activity

References 1. Jelena Andreeva “Socio-psychological factors defining the recreational and fitness activity of the aged people”. Theory and method of physical education 1 (2014): 35-39. 2. Peter Bankov, Svilen Tzonev. “Characteristics of the formation and realization of sport activity of students” FISU/CESU Conference Universiade. 3. Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1987. 4. Stanislaw Corbin “Physical activity for everyone: What every physical educator should know about promoting lifelong physical activity

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Cognitive and emotional determinants for destructive coping strategies by junior high school students in a social conflict situation

]. Warszawa: Laboratotium Technik Diagnostycznych im.B.Zawadzkiego. Kulas, H. (1986). Samoocena młodzieży . [Self-evaluation of teenagers]. Warszawa: WSiP. Kurtek, P. (2005). Regulacyjna rola poczucia kontroli w radzeniu sobie młodzieży z niepełnosprawnością intelektualną lekkiego stopnia w sytuacjach trudnych. [Regulatory role of the feeling of control in adolescents coping with low level intellectual disability in difficult situations]. Przegląd Psychologiczny, 3, 277‒294. Lachowska, B. (2010). Style rozwiązywania konfliktów i ich efekty w relacji

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An Exploration of Some Antecedents and Consequences of Creative Self-Efficacy: The Role of Achievement Goals, Enjoyment and Divergent Thinking

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