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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Health and Human Performance
A subject concerning criticisms of physical education suggested itself to the writer as a topic for a thesis because of three factors: 1) Criticisms of the public directed towards physical education which seemed groundless or greatly exaggerated. (2) A desire of the writer to determine the extent, and influencing factors, of favorable and unfavorable attitudes of former high school students towards their physical education programs. (3) To determine the extent, if any, of the influence of the Kraus-Webber Tests upon criticisms of physical education. The purpose of this study was to conduct a survey of student attitudes and of literature which was critical of physical education.
Copyright 1959 John D. Hall
Hall, John Dwayne, "A Study of Criticisms of Physical Education" (1959). Master's Theses. 649.