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University of Ottawa. Department of Kinanthropology fonds
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CA ON00345 Fonds 29
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1968-1987, [1968-1995] (Creation)
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0,44 m of textual records
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The Department of Kinanthropology is established in 1970 within the School of Physical Education. In 1978, the Department joins the School of Human Kinetics. The primary objective of the Department is to augment the body of knowledge pertaining to the biological and behavioral effects of physical activity in man and the factors which influence his performance in sports. The Department of Kinanthropology offers an undergraduate programme leading to a bachelor of science. It prepares the student to work in sports medicine, rehabilitation, fitness training counselling and coaching.
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The fonds contain files which document the functions of the Department of Kinanthropology. It includes minutes of the Department (1968-1984), one annual report (1971-1972), exam questionnaires (1968-1970), course outlines (1970-1972) and correspondence.
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: Documents containing personal and confidential information are restricted to consultation and reproduction. The records are submitted to the Copyright's Act.
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