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Teacher-trainees attitudes towards physical education in Kenya
(Academic Journals, 2011-10-21)
This study investigates the attitudes of teacher trainees towards physical education (PE). It was hypothesised that teacher-trainees have negative attitudes towards PE. A total of 132 teacher trainees were randomly ...
Alcohol consumption patterns of student athletes in a kenyan public university
(The Special Issue on Business and Social Science, 2011)
Alcohol use and abuse among university students is a rapidly growing concern in universities in Kenya. The purpose of this study was to evaluate alcohol consumption among university student athletes and data was collected ...
Parental Role and Influence in the Teaching-Learning of Physical Education: Perceptions of Physical Education Students in Kenya’s Universities
(Scientific & Academic Publishing, 2013)
Parental role and influence can contribute immensely towards the adoption and promotion of teaching of PE for their children in educational institutions in various countries of the world. The involvement of parental support ...
Perceived Contribution of Team Support to Psychological Satisfaction of Kenya’s University Rugby Players
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the levels of universities rugby players’ satisfaction in relation to team support, i.e. media, medical, teammate, fans and university community. A survey research design was used ...
Professional conduct of academic staff in public universities in Kenya: learners’ perception
One of the key roles and responsibilities of academic staff in a university is to develop the intellectual capacity of their learners by imparting knowledge and skills. They also play a fundamental role in moulding the ...
Assessment of Pattern of Sport Injuries in Selected Ballgames during a Season of the Kenyan National Leagues
(Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, 2014)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the pattern and specific anatomical location of injuries on male and female players in one season of the Kenyan national division one leagues of basketball, handball and volleyball. ...
Insights into the Under - Representation of Women in Sports - Leadership in Kenya
(scientific & academic publishing, 2013)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that lead to women underrepresentation in sport leadership in Kenya. The factors which were investigated included cultural, political, social and economic factors ...
Extent of public support for physical education in Kenya
Physical Education (PE) is a compulsory subject for all learners in all the public primary and secondary schools in Kenya. The curriculum for the subject is centrally developed by a panel of experts at the Kenya Institute ...
Socio-demographic Correlates of Alcohol Consumption among University Athletes
(African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 2012)
Alcohol consumption among university student athletes is a global health issue attracting attention from different stakeholders. The purpose of this study was to establish the determinants of alcohol consumption among ...
Witchcraft Practices in Kenyan Football: A Reality or Myth?
(International Journal of Sports Technology Management and Allied sciences, 2012)