ICSM The Multicultural Roots of the Games We Play

Readings

Andreu-Cabrera E, Cepero M, Rojas FJ, Chinchilla-Mira JJ. (2010). Play and childhood in ancient Greece. Journal of Human Sport & Exercise, 5 (3), 339-347.

Gems, G. R., & Pfister, G. (2014). Sport and globalization: power games and a New World order. / Sport et mondialisation : jeux de pouvoirs et nouvel ordre mondial. Movement & Sport Sciences / Science & Motricité, (86), 51-60.

Howard P. Chudacoff, H.P. (2007). Children at Play. An American History. New York University Press, New York and London

Szum, E., & Cieśliński, R. (2013). Traditional games and fun of the Roma community inhabiting eastern Poland. An anthropologicalethnomethodological perspective. Polish Journal Of Sport & Tourism, 20(4), 288-293.

Tatira L. Traditional Games of Shona Children. Journal Of Pan African Studies [serial online]. October 2014; 7(4): 156-174. 

A basic introduction to child development theories. Centre for Learning Innovation. State of New South Wales, Department of Education and Training, 2006 

Snel,
C. (2009).The role of traditional children games within the context of intangible heritage. The Creative Museum: African Museums Using Culture for the Development of Children and Youth. Chief Albert Luthuli Museum, Stanger, South Africa, October 24–29


 
 

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