This book is largely a collection of the papers presented at the symposium Olympism, Olympic Education and Learning Legacies, organised by the ComitAc Internationale Pierre de Coubertin (CIPC). It was held during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, United Kingdom. The symposium drew together presenters and audience members from twenty-five nations on four continents to discuss current and future challenges of education and the Olympic Movement. While most books on the Olympics focus on economic issues or on aspects related to the management of the Games (such as legacies and impacts), this book remains faithful to Coubertinas original vision about youth, sport and education. Olympism as a philosophical and educational idea is analysed in particular detail. Coubertinas thoughts play a central role in many of the contributions of leading academics in the field, while historical perspectives unveil new insights. Young researchers are given a platform to publish their own accounts in interpreting the Olympics. The different insights of the book have something to offer to anyone with an interest in sport, education, and the Olympic Movement, either as a student, teacher, academic, athlete, coach or spectator.At the same time, in the evolvement of sport occurred during the years, the Olympic Games have acquired a more thorough importance which is focused on ethical practices and learning. The essay will attempt to direct businesses andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Olympism, Olympic Education and Learning Legacies|
|Author||:||Dikaia Chatziefstathiou, Norbert Müller|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2014-06-26|