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chapter 12. Historical Research in Physical Activity. Chapter Outline. Research paradigms Lines of inquiry and topics Designing the research Working with the evidence Some final thoughts. The Historian Begins.

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chapter 12
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Historical Research in Physical Activity

chapter outline
Chapter Outline
  • Research paradigms
  • Lines of inquiry and topics
  • Designing the research
  • Working with the evidence
  • Some final thoughts
the historian begins
The Historian Begins
  • Historical research does not have the traditional parts of a quantitative study.
  • Even though the structure is more like storytelling, it is systematic.
  • Defining research paradigms
    • What is historical evidence; what is data?
    • How does social change proceed? Is it cumulative and linear or in spurts?
    • Exploring lines of inquiry and topics
    • Investigating secondary sources
    • Developing good questions
designing the research
Designing the Research
  • Descriptive history: What happened
    • A map of what happened
    • Landmarks or markers on the map
  • Analytical history: How and why it happened
    • How did this come to be?
    • Why did this come to be?
working with evidence
Working With Evidence
  • Questions asked become more specific as one works with the evidence.
  • Locating primary sources: Go where the sources are.
  • Criticizing the sources
    • External criticism: Is this authentic?
    • Internal criticism: Is it credible?
  • Reading the evidence: What is this evidence of?
  • Considering the context