NC Sports Annotated Topical Bibliography
TEXTBOOKS

Appenzeller, Herb. From the Gym to the Jury.
The author, a former coach and athletic director at Guilford College, writes his first text book after conducting risk reviews across the country. Charlottesville, VA: The Michie Company, 1970.

Arnheim, D.D., and W.E. Prentice. Principles of Athletic Training. 9 ed.
An excellent introductory textbook written for sport medicine majors. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC at Chapel Hill. New York, N.Y.: McGraw Hill, 1997 (In Press). ISBN 0-8016-6564-9

Barrow, H.M. Man and His Movement: Principles of his physical education.
An early superb foundations book which focuses on movement as the basis for physical education. The typical historical foundations, scientific foundation, and psychological foundations are provided. Its strength is its focus on movement. Philadelphia, Penn.: Lea & Febiger, 1971. ISBN 0-8121-0330-0

Coleman, M. C., and G. B. Phillips. Athletics for High School Girls.
Salisbury, N.C.: The North Carolina College for Women, 1925.

Couch, William Terry ed. Culture in the South.
Westport, Conn.: Negro Universities Press, 1970.

Clark, Eric and Ham Wade. Please Be Seated North Carolina.
A dated overview of collegiate and recreational facilities in North Carolina, including seating diagrams. Charlotte, N.C.: Please Be Seated Inc., 1972.

Davis, Kathryn. Advanced Volleyball Everyone.
Emphasis on advanced skills, systems, offenses and defenses and strategies. Hunter, 1992. ISBN 0-88725-167-6

Davis, Kathryn L. Volleyball.
Basic fundamental skills and strategies for playing the game. Kendall/Hunt, 1989. ISBN 0-8403-5126-7

Doak, C.G. Baseball: How to play and how to coach it.
An instrumental manual on baseball by a legendary coach. Raleigh, N.C.: Mendenhall's Print Shop, 1936.

Freeman, W.H. Physical Education and Sport in a Changing Society.
An textbook written for physical education majors that discusses the field in general, the cultural heritage, and careers. An excellent addition to the professional library on physical education. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, 1992. ISBN 0-02-339705-5

Gantt, Robert and Richard Lauffer. Physical Activities for Fitness and Fun. 2nd ed.
A physical activities text for college students. Greenville, N.C.: Hunter Publishing Company, 1980.

Hooks, Gene. Application of Weight Training to Athletics.
One of the earliest books to take a scientific application of weight training in athletic programs. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1962. LOC 62-10557

Horine, Larry. Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs.
Undergraduate textbook for students preparing for careers in sport and physical education. Brown & Benchmark, 1995. ISBN 0-697-15244-8

Hyatt, R. W. Intramural Sports: Organization and Administration.
A text and "how-to" reference book on intramural sports organization and administration. Designed as a text for college level classes, it is also useful as a reference for intramural sports and recreation directors. St. Louis, Mo.: CV Mosby Co., 1977. ISBN 0-8016-2320-0

Isaacs, Larry, Angela Lumpkin, and Don Schroer. Racquetball Everyone.
An excellent instructional textbook on racquetball. Winston-Salem, N.C.: Hunter Textbooks, Inc, 1988. ISBN: 0-88725-091-2

Ladd, Wayne M. and Angela Lumpkin, eds. Sport in American Education: History and Perspectives.
Proceedings of the 1977 and 1978 History of Sport and Physical Education Academy Symposium. Includes 12 essays on interscholastic and intercollegiate sports. National Association of Sport and Physical Education, 1979.

Lauffer, R. A., R. B. Gantt, S. L. Arrants, G. H. Blocker, and C. A. Bolton. Physical Activities for Fitness and Fun.
Greenville, N.C.: East Carolina University, 1977. ISBN 0-894590197

Lumpkin, Angela. Physical Education and Sport -- A Contemporary Introduction. 3rd ed.
History and development of sport at all levels. Looks at the major issues and trends impacting sports. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1994. ISBN 0-8016-7822-6

Lumpkin, Angela, Sharon K. Stoll and Jennifer M. Beller. Sport Ethics: Applications for Fair Play.
Three chapters are devoted to establishing the basis for moral reasoning in sport. Topical discussions provide for putting ethical theory into practice within sport settings. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1995. ISBN 0-8016-7731-9

Neal, Patsy and Thomas Tutko. Coaching Girls and Women: Psychological Perspectives.
Developing an understanding of the woman athlete and coach written by a former All-American basketball player and Brevard College coach along with a sport psychologist. Boston, Mass.: Allyn and Bacon, 1975. ISBN 0-205-04693-2

Oxendine, Joseph B. Psychology of Motor Learning.
One of the earliest and best college text books which introduces the psychology of motor learning. Author is chancellor of Pembroke University. Addresses theory and individual differences in learning and performance. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968. ISBN 0-13-736595-0

Prentice, W. E. Fitness for College and Life. 5th ed.
An excellent manual for fitness enthusiasts. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC-CH. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1996. ISBN 0-8016-7854-5

Prentice, W.E. Get Fit Stay Fit. 1 ed.
A superb "how-to" text for getting and staying fit. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC-CH. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1996. ISBN 0-8151-6843-8

Prentice, W. E. Rehabilitation Techniques in Sports Medicine. 2nd ed.
A textbook written for an athletic training course of study. An excellent reference on sport medicine for anyone. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC-CH. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1994. ISBN 0-8016-7674-4

Prentice, W.E. Therapeutic Modalities for Allied Health Professionals. 1 ed.
An excellent reference text written on therapeutic modalities for allied health professionals. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC-Chapel Hill. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1997 (In Press).

Prentice, W. E. Therapeutic Modalities in Sports Medicine. 3rd ed.
An excellent reference text written on therapeutic modalities in sport medicine. Dr. Prentice is a Professor of Sport Medicine at UNC-Chapel Hill. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1994. ISBN 0-8016-7922-2

Shahady, Edward and Michael J. Pertrizzi. Sports Medicine for Coaches and Trainers.
Basic, straight-forward text for diagnosing specific injuries, drug and nutrition issues, sports psychology and the responsibilities of coaches and team physicians to create a safe environment for their athletes. Author is on staff at UNC-CH Memorial Hospital. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1991. ISBN 0-8078-4331-8

Shepard, George and Richard Jamerson. Interscholastic Athletics.
Provides a policy and procedure guide for local boards of education, administrators and coaches at the high school level. The authors are faculty members at UNC-Chapel Hill. New York: McGraw Hill, 1953. LOC 52-13013

Silva, J. M., and R. S. Weinberg. Psychological Foundations of Sport.
Addresses individual, clinical, social, and applied research in the field of sport psychology. Discusses major research and confronts professional issues. Begins with a comprehensive overview of the evolution of sport psychology. Parts two and three focus on specific concerns such as personality, performance, anxiety, and intervention techniques. Individual and group motivation are discussed in part four. The three subsequent sections deal with social psychological aspects of sport psychology including aggression, group dynamics, leadership and socialization. The final section addresses issues related to how sport and exercise contribute to the individual's psychological well-being. Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics Books, 1984. ISBN 0-931250-59-5

Williams, R. S., and A. G. Wallace. Biological effects of physical activity.
Proceedings of the First Biennial PepsiCo Foundation Conference on Fitness and Health held at Duke University, May 9-10, 1988, Durham, N.C. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics Books, 1989. ISBN 0-873222180



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