J-GLOBAL ID:200901097729096930   Update date: Oct. 25, 2012

Kuroki Motomu

クロキ モトム | Kuroki Motomu
Research field  (1): Physical and health education
Research keywords  (1): Physical Education
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • A Study on Tennis Coaching(II) The Historical Development of Tennis
  • On the Development Facilities for Skiing
  • A Study of Coaching in Tennis-For Beginners
MISC (5):
  • KUROKI Motomu. Many Changes of the International Meet of going Down the Sella River-the founder's romanticism-. Japanese Society of Physical Education. 1999
  • KUROKI Motomu. An Introduction of Physical Education. Yachiyo Publishing Company. 1994
  • KUROKI Motomu. The present Situation and Problems of Popular Sports in Modern Society. 1988. 43
  • KUROKI Motomu. Triple Jump in Japan. GENERAL EDUCATION REVIEW. 1986. 22
  • KUROKI Motomu. On Hippocrat(]J1117[)s's Theory of Health. 1984. 37
Lectures and oral presentations  (2):
  • The Study on Student Motives for Electing Sports Activities
  • A consideration about the attitude toward the physical education class at the high school and the university
Works (4):
  • A Study on the Development of Tennis
    1997 -
  • On the Development and Management of Facilities for Skiing-A Case in Nozawa Spa Village
    1993 -
  • A Case Study in Upbringing of Leaders in a Community
    1993 -
  • A Case Study in Upbringing of Leaders in a Community Funabashi Sports and Health School in Funabashi City(2)
    1993 -
Education (2):
  • - 1975 Nihon University College of Humanities and Sciences
  • - 1975 Nihon University College of Liberal Arts and Science (Humanities)
Work history (1):
  • Nihon University College of Science and Technology Department of Liberal Arts and Science Assistant Professor
Association Membership(s) (5):
Health and Sports Science' ,  'Japan Society for Physical Education ,  Japan Society for Ski Science ,  Japan Society on Tennis Science ,  Japan Soiety of Athletics
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