Literature List for APA

Literature pertaining to APA Issues and Definitions
Compliled by Claudine Sherrill and Yeshayahu Hutzler

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American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (1952). Guiding principles for adapted physical education. Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 23, 15.

Bianco, A. (2003). Diplome European Universitaaire en activite physique adaptee (DEUAPA). Information booklet in five languages describing years 1997-2000. Torino, Italy : SOCRATES/ERASMUS.

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Broadhead, G. (1983). Research directions in adapted physical activity. In R.L. Eason, T.L. Smith, & F. Caron (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: From theory to application, Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Adapted Physical Activity, New Orleans (pp. 329-341). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Broadhead, G. (1984). Viewpoint: Birth of a journal. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 1, 1-2.

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Chow, B. C., & Sit, C. (Eds.). (2003). Disability sport, adapted physical education, and physical activity: Research to practice: Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of Asian Society for Adapted Physical Education and Exercise. Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong.

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Davis, W.E. (1983). An ecological approach to perceptual-motor learning. In R. Eason, T. Smith, & F. Caron (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: From theory to practice. Proceedings of the Third ISAPA at New Orleans (pp. 162-172). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

De Knop, P., & Oja, P. (1996). Sport for all. In J. Halloran, P. Komi, H. Knuttgen, P.

DePauw, K.P., & Doll-Tepper, G. (2000). Toward progressive inclusion and acceptance: Myth or reality? The inclusion debate and bandwagon discourse. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 17, 135-143.

DePauw, K.P., & Sherrill, C. (1994). Adapted physical activity: Present and future. Physical Education Review, 17, 6-13.

DePotter, J.C., Van Coppenolle, H., Djobova, S., Dobreva, I., Wijns, K., & Van Peteghem, A. (Eds.). (2003). Vocational training in adapted physical activity.

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Dinold, M., & Valkova, H. (2003). Inclusion in physical education in school. In H.Van Coppenolle, J.C. DePotter, A. Van Peteghem, S. Djobova, & K.Wijns, (Eds). Inclusion and integration through adapted physical activity (pp. 47-74). Leuven, Belgium: THENAPA.

Dinold, M., Gerber, G., & Reinelt, T. (Eds.). (2003). Towards a society for all – through adapted physical activity. 13th ISAPA Proceedings, July 3-5, 2001,

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Djobova, S., & Dibreva, I. (2003). Terminology. In H.V. Capponolle, J-C DePotter, S. Djobova, (Eds.). Inclusion and integration through adapted physical activity. Leuven, Belgium: THENAPA.

Do Carmo, A. (1994) Physical disability: The Brazilian society creates, “rehabilitates,” stigmatizes. In K. Yabe, K. Kusano, & H. Nakato (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Adapted Physical Activity, Yokohama (pp. 47-50). Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.

Doll-Tepper, G., Dahms, C., Doll, B., & von Selzam, H. (Eds.) (1990). Adapted physical activity: An interdisciplinary approach. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Doll-Tepper, G. (1983). Physical education programs for mentally retarded children in Germany. In R. Eason, T. Smith, & F. Caron (Eds). Adapted physical activity: From theory to application (pp. 19-24).Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Doll-Tepper, G. (2003). Adapted physical activity – Developments and challenges from an international perspective. In M. Dinold, G. Gerber, & T. Reinelt (Eds.) Towards a society for all – through adapted physical activity. Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity 2001. (pp. 29-36). Vienna: Austrian Federation of Adapted Physical Activity.

Downs, P. (2003). Towards a society for all through adapted physical activity –Is a paradigm shift needed? In M. Dinold, G. Gerber, & T. Reinelt (Eds.). Towards a society for all -- through adapted physical activity: Proceedings of the 13th ISAPA 2001 (pp. 19-28). Vienna: Austrian Federation of Adapted Phyiscal Activity.

Dunn, J.M. (1997). Special physical education (7th ed.). Madison, WI: Brown & Benchmark.

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Dunn, J.M., & Leitschuh, C. (2005). Special physical education (8thed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Eason, R.L., Smith, T.L., & Caron, F. (Eds.), (1983). Adapted physical activity: From theory to application. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Adapted Physical Activity. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

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Emes, C., Longmuir, P., & Downs, P. (2002). An abilities-based approach to service delivery and professional preparation in adapted physical activity. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 19, 403-419.

Fait, H. (1960). Adapted physical education. Philadelphia: Saunders.

Fait, H. (1966). Special physical education (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Goodwin, D.L., & Watkinson, E.J. (2000). Inclusive physical education from the perspective of students with physical disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 17, 144-160.

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Guttmann, L. (1976). Textbook of sport for the disabled. Aylesbury, England: HM&M.

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Heikinaro-Johansson, P. (1992). Mildly disabled and nondisabled pupils’physical activity and learning behaviour in PE classes. In T. Williams, L. Almond, & A. Sparkes (Ed.). Sport and physical ability: Proceedings of the AIESEP World Convention, Loughborough (pp. 160-265). London: E & FN SPON.

Hutzler, Y. (2003). Empowerment of individuals of disabilities through physical activity: State of the art. In M. Dinold, G. Gerber, & T. Reinelt (Eds.) Towards a society for all – through adapted physical activity. Proceedings of the 13th ISAPA, 2001 (pp. 57-65). Vienna: Austrian Federation of Adapted Physical Activity.

Hutzler Y. Adapted Physical Activity and Sport in Rehabilitation. In: JH Stone, M Blouin, editors. International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Available online: http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/article.php?id=12&language=en

Hullermann, A. Der Sportlehrer und ungereisende Berufe in der Rehabilitation. [The sport-teacher and up-coming professions in rehabilitation - in German]. Cologne: Higher School of Sport. Thesis submitted for Diplom degree.

International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA: 2004) By Laws. Online retrievable from http://www.ifapa.biz/imgs/uploads/PDF/IFAPA%20By-Laws.pdf

Jochheim, K.A. (1990). Adapted physical actiivity—An interdisciplinary approach: Premises, methods, and procedures. In G. Doll-Tepper, C. Dahms, B. Doll, & H .v. Selzam (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: An interdisciplinary approach (pp. 15-22). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Kelly, L.E., & Gansneder, B. (1998). Preparation and job demographics of adapted physical activity in the United States. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 15, 141-154.

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Kiphard, E.J. (1983). Adapted physical education education in Germany. In R.L. Eason, T.L. Smith, & F. Caron (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: From theory to application: Proceedings of the 3rd ISAPA (pp. 25-32). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Kiphard, E.J. (1990). Comments on adapted physical activity – Terminology and concepts. In G. Doll-Tepper, C. Dahms, B. Doll, & H.v.Selzam (Eds.). Adapted physical activity: An interdisciplinary approach. Proceedings of the 7th ISAPA, 1989 (pp. 11-14). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

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Lin, M-H (1999). Issues of developing sport activities for disabled people in Taiwan. In H. Nakata (Ed.). Adapted physical activity: Self-actualization through physical activity, Proceedings of Fifth International Congress of the Asian Society for Adapted Physical Education and Exercise (pp.17-21). Fijisawa, Japan: Shonan Shuppansha.

Lin, M. H. (2003). The qualification and training system for adapted physical activities in Northeast Asia. In B.C. Chow & C.H.P. Sit (Eds.). Disability sport, adapted physical education and physical activity: Research to practice, Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium of ASAPE, 2002 (pp. 50-59). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Baptist University and The University of Hong Kong.

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Porretta, D.L., & Sherrill, C. (2005). APAQ at twenty: A documentary analysis. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 22, 119-135.

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Reid, G. (2000). Future directions of inquiry in adapted physical activity. Quest, 52, 370-382.

Reid, G. (2003). Defining adapted physical activity. In R.D. Steadward, G.D.Wheeler, & E.J. Watkinson (Eds.), Adapted physical activity (pp. 11-25). Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.

Reid, G., & Broadhead, G.D. (1995). APAQ at Ten: A documentary anaylysis. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 12, 103-112.

Reid, G. & Stanish, H. (2003). Professional and disciplinary status of adapted physical activity. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 20, 213-229.

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Sherrill, C. (1986). Adapted physical education: A multidisciplinary approach (3rd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Wm C. Brown.

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