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Integrating sport into the physical education curriculum in New Zealand secondary schools



Integrating sport into the physical education curriculum in New Zealand secondary schools



Quest 44(3): 304-316



Schools are important in shaping the values and beliefs of young people. One value claimed to be important to New Zealanders is participating in sport. New Zealand has an impressive international sporting record for a country with a small population, and many forms of recreation and sport are deemed to be socially and culturally significant and positive contributors to society.

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DOI: 10.1080/00336297.1992.10484057


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