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The traditionally understood karate-do as an educational system: application of the martial arts’ pedagogy

Data publikacji: 03.01.2018

Gdańskie Studia Azji Wschodniej, 2017, Zeszyt 12, s. 7 - 20

https://doi.org/10.4467/23538724GS.17.014.7940

Autorzy

Wojciech J. Cynarski
Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Aleja Rejtana 16c 35-959 Rzeszów
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Abstrakt

Karate is changing, because the cultural background and motivation of the people practising it is changing. Two major trends dominate the development of karate: the preservation of orthodox teaching and that of continuous modifications. In particular the representatives of the strictly Japanese schools and organisations, opt to keep the spirit of Budo alive through karate.
Because karate is a part of Budo, we are dealing here with the case of the educational system, in which the values of Budo are used for the proper development of the student. This involves a long-term teaching and raising him by a normative system and daily discipline of physical exercise, or rather psychophysical. Karate, in its various forms, brings numerous educational values. However, a teacher chooses a student basing on their personality. Only a good teacher is able to properly use karate to positively influence the character and personality of a student. The master’s own example is especially important. And it is usually a long process. Karate, traditionally understood, teaches traditional values, and is recommendable as the educational system.
In general, the activities of most organisations and individuals-enthusiasts serve very well for the development of physical culture and the formation of pro-social attitudes of the young. So karate is used even in social rehabilitation. However, in the case of schools focused on competitive sports or extremely commercialized, pedagogical application would be potentially harmful.

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Informacje: Gdańskie Studia Azji Wschodniej, 2017, s. 7 - 20

Typ artykułu: Oryginalny artykuł naukowy

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The traditionally understood karate-do as an educational system: application of the martial arts’ pedagogy

Autorzy

Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Aleja Rejtana 16c 35-959 Rzeszów

Publikacja: 03.01.2018

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