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Filozofska istraživanja, Vol.36 No.3 October 2016. -

The authors consider numerous definitions of culture, health culture and physical culture. According to universal sociological definition, culture could be considered as a ‘stock’ of information and accumulated knowledge, way of thinking, feeling and acting that certain social group transmit to their offspring. We can apply this definition in the field of health culture and in the field of physical culture. Thus, health culture could be defined as a ‘stock’ of information and accumulated knowledge, way of thinking, feeling and acting related to health and different forms of health behavior. Similarly, physical culture could be defined as a ‘stock’ of information and accumulated knowledge, way of thinking, feeling and acting related to the field of physical education, recreation, and sport. Authors tend to underline the meeting points of health culture and physical culture and they consider physical culture and health culture as values. Finally, authors expose the results of empirical research regarding the physical culture values on the sample of students of first and fifth year of studying at the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education at the University of Belgrade. According to the results, students highly evaluate the health culture as the one of the primary and specific physical culture values. With the progress of knowledge within all areas of the study program, fifth year students expand their cognitive aspect and the evaluation of health component not only as a biological fact within the physical culture system of values, but also as the broader psychological, sociological, educational and cultural component.

health culture; physical culture; health; physicality; values;



Author: Miloš Marković - orcid.org-0000-0001-9150-0390 ; Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja, Blagoja Parovi

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