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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

International Journal of Human Movement Science검색

International Journal of Human Movement Science


  • - 주제 : 예체능분야 > 체육학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : -
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1976-4391
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 15권 1호 (2021)

Influence of Pre-Season Physical Training Program for Korean Professional Soccer Referees on the Plasma Immune Markers

( Gi-yeol Bang ) , ( Yun Seok Kang ) , ( Sukwon Kim ) , ( Chansol Hurr )
4,500
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of pre-season training program for professional soccer referees affiliated with the Korea Football Association (KFA) in terms of plasma immune markers. Thirty-three professional soccer referees participated in 10-day pre-season physical training. The training program was provided by the KFA and was performed in the pre-season. The plasma samples were collected before and after the training, and activity levels of SOD, CAT, MDA, IL-6 were analyzed using ELISA methods. The results showed a significant reduction in antioxidant-related factors SOD and MDA after physical training and no significant difference in CAT. While the inflammatory factor IL-6 tended to decrease, CRP showed no significant difference. In conclusion, pre-season physical training for professional soccer referees was partially effective in terms of immune function. Given the results of SOD, CAT, and CRP in the present investigation, it is suggested that the intensity and length of the pre-season training needs to be further investigated.
4,500
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between stress, self-esteem, and learning attitude of female middle school students. The participants of this study were composed of 367 female middle school students. The stress inventory, self-esteem scale, and learning attitude inventory were used after verifying reliability and validity. The collected data were analyzed through SPSS 23.0 and the significance level was set to .05. The results of this study were as follows. First, there was no significant difference in stress, self-esteem, and learning attitude of female middle school students according to grades. Second, it was found that the stress of female middle school had a negative effect on self-esteem. Third, it was found that female middle school students’ stress had a negative effect on their learning attitude. Fourth, it was found that the self-esteem of female middle school students had a positive effect on their learning attitude. In this study, various methods to positively affect the stress, self-esteem, and learning attitude of female middle school students were discussed.

A Critical Overview on the Characteristics of Early Korean Sociology of Sport

( Seungyup Lim ) , ( Lars Dzikus ) , ( Keun-mo Lee ) , ( Hong-goo Lee )
5,400
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As an academic discipline, the sociology of sport was introduced to South Korea during the 1970s and 20 years later the Korean Society for the Sociology of Sport was established in 1990. The Society has played a pivotal role in producing and promoting sociological discussions and discourses on Korean sports. At the same time however, there were concerns within the Society during the early developmental process. In this aspect, this study attempted to provide a critical introspection on the characteristics of early Korean sociology of sport. For data collection, we interviewed seven Korean sport sociologists who have been active in the field. We analyzed the interviews using Hatch’s (2002) typological analysis method. The results revealed the following characteristics: (a) A long-term domination of structural functionalism, (b) reliance on quantitative research method, (c) unclear academic identity, and (d) lack of public engagement of sport sociologists.

Chronic Low-grade Inflammation and Aging

( Bong-seok Oh )
5,500
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This review attempts to examine the relationships between chronic low-grade inflammation and aging processes. Inflammation plays a critical role in the host defence against various microorganisms and pathogens. However, chronic low-level inflammation is associated with various aging processes. Older persons tend to exhibit a pro-inflammatory state. Various variables including genetic factors and the behavioral & environmental circumstances, can have a strong effect on inflammatory cytokines, which is likely to accelerate chronic diseases and aging. Chronic low-grade inflammation may make individuals more prone to developing age-related chronic diseases. Therefore, the aging process can be determined by the outcome of the balance between inflammatory and anti-inflammatory mediators. Autophagy has critical effects on the initiation and regulation of inflammatory reaction. This suggests that understanding the balance between inflammasome activation and autophagy is important to determine therapeutic targeting. Caloric restriction is associated with positive effect as key interventions in the regulations and attenuations of aging processes, DNA damages, inflammatory processes, and age-related disorders. This suggests that the proper regulation of inflammation by caloric restriction in aging can be a major target for the strategies of anti-inflamm-aging remodelling.
5,600
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This study analyzed a dance film work to examine how the content and format of cinematic composition and choreography were transformed and utilized in dance films―independent art genre of dance and film. The analysis is based on Maya Deren's filmic strategies using dance as a filmic theme to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of dance films. According to Deren’s filmic strategies―vertical film form, depersonalization, and gestural stylization, DV8’s The Cost of Living was interpreted to express common feelings and thoughts of the socially underprivileged through stylized movements and dances of representative characters in everyday and imagined structures. Deren’s filmic strategies have been used as an appropriate concept to explore the composition and expression of the modern dance film The Cost of Living, which provides useful ideas for understanding and creating dance-mediated cinematic expressions by presenting the exquisite interface between film and dance aesthetics as well as convergence perspective.

Effects of a Single Bout of Yoga on Self-esteem, Self-efficacy, and Happiness of College Students

( James White Iii ) , ( Joni M. Boyd )
5,100
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of a single bout of yoga on happiness, self-esteem, and self-efficacy for exercise in a volunteer sample of 25 college students from a public university in southeastern United States. Previous research explored long-term effects of yoga on mental health, but the effects of a single bout of yoga are unclear. Volunteers from a summer-session yoga course completed 26 items on demographics, happiness, self-esteem, and self-efficacy for exercise, before and after their first 30-minute yoga session. Paired samples t-test showed no significant differences in pre- and posttest scores of measured variables: % happy (M=62.7; M=62.9; p=.976), % unhappy (M=23.2; M=25.1; p=.662), % neutral (M=33.5; M=30.6; p=.650, self-esteem (M= 28.8; M=29.6; p=.721), and self-efficacy to exercise (M=16.0; M=17.4; p=.292). Although no significance was found, future research should focus on the impact of yoga (both single-bout and long-term effects) on health variables in a larger sample, and within diverse populations. Future research should also consider the effects of other exercise protocols, including steady state aerobic, high-intensity interval training, and resistance training.
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