What is real?
(Re-)Locating body, movement, and experience in an increasingly digitized world
In sport pedagogical contexts, body, movement and experience can be seen as fundamental issues. The conceptualization of these issues—often based on anthropological, phenomenological, or otherwise philosophical considerations on how human beings act and perceive the world—is crucial for sport pedagogical work on the theoretical, practical, and empirical levels. The authors’ thesis is that, in an increasingly digitized world, body, movement, and experience are gaining more and more new meanings. Therefore, this paper seeks to (re-)locate body, movement, and experience in a digitized world, confronting traditional sport pedagogical conceptualizations with philosophical and sociological considerations on digitality. The aim is to build a solid base and to open new doors for sport pedagogical work in the 21st century.
Copyright (c) 1970 Sebastian Ruin, Martin Giese
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