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References 1. Živanović, Nenad; Pavlović, Petar; Antala, Branislav; Pantelić‐Babić, Kristina. (2015): The History of Physical Education in Europe, Book 1‐2, FIEP Europe - History of Physical Education and Sport Section, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Leposavić, Serbia 2. Živanović, Nenad. (2011): An Apology of Physical Exercise. Niš: Panoptikum 3. Živanović, Nenad. (2011): Contribution to Epistemology of Physical Culture. The second reviewed edition. Panoptikum, Niš 4. Živanović, Nenad; Ranđelović, Nebojša; Pavlović, Petar; Stanković, Veroljub. (2010

Physical education and sport through the centuries 2016, 3(1), 87-95 ISSN 2466-5118 www.fiep-serbia.net | 87 Original research article DOI: 10.1515/spes‐2016‐0007 NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION PARADIGM – FOLLOWING IN PROFESSOR MATIC’S FOOTSTEPS Goran Petrović1 1 Primary school "Mladost", Belgrade, Serbia Goran Petrović UDK 796.01:012 Matić M. SUMMARY This paper analyses the current position of physical culture in the society. It points out the social changes that have substantially suppressed the term physical education and replaced

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Physical education and sport through the centuries 2019, 6(2), 1-14 ISSN 2466-5118 www.fiep-serbia.net | 1 Original research article DOI: 10.2478/spes‐2019‐0008 CHRISTIAN ETHICS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE Nenad Živanović1 and Zoran Milošević2 1 FIEP Europe – President of History of physical education and sport section 2 University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, Novi Sad, Serbia Nenad Živanović and Zoran Milošević UDK 796.01.1 SUMMARY A definition of physical culture highlights knowledge OF and

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REFERENCES 1. Antala, B. (2012). School Physical Education and its Changes during Last Two Decades. In: Effects of Physical Activity Application to Anthropological Status with Children, Youth and Adults. Conference Proceedings (pp309-319). Belgrade: University of Belgrade 2. Antala, B. at al. (2013): FIEP – 90 Years of Services for Physical Education. Comenius University in Bratislava, Topolčianky END, 95 p. 3. Designed to Move, A Physical Activity Action Agenda (2012). Nike, ICSSPE, ACSM, 124 p. 4. Haag, H., Keskinen, K & Talbot, M. (2013). Directory of Sport