In contrast, public schools (3 and 4) do not offer financial support, although they do not hamper the action of teachers. In most of the schools the implementation of circus instruction in PE was initiated by individual teachers (Schools 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). doi: 10.1111/j.1746-1561.2006.00132.x, Berg, P., and Lahelma, E. (2010). 4, 19–35. A dominant idea is that men have more power than women. “Le cirque et les programmes d'EPS,” in La fonction éducative du cirque, ed H. Hotier (Paris: Harmattan). p. 238. Whereas research has partly confirmed the former assumption (e.g., for verbal fluency, see Hyde and Linn, 1988), it has disconfirmed the latter (cf. Although there is a general document that standardizes basic education in Brazil, which allows the teaching of the circus in schools (Brasil, 2018), the decision to implement or not happens in the scope of each of the schools, generally meeting the individual demand of teachers. Perhaps drawing from its French roots, circus has been implemented in some Canadian schools as well (Froissart and Thomas, 2019). Thematic categories were created from recurring patterns and codes (e.g., experience of circus teaching, experience of the implementation process, resource allocation) (Denzin and Lincoln, 2011). In order to create an environment of empathy, as suggested by Wacquant (2006), and also to build a “participative observation” (Jachyra et al., 2015), the observers used the following strategy: they did not actively participate in any activities, but slowly built interactions with participants over time, especially with those who spontaneously approached the observer. Educ. By relying on motivated teachers, some solutions are created and, over time, schools tend to change their position and increase support. In some cases, patterns that arise in each site can be compared. A walk in the woods: re-membering a place to teach preservation. Does arts education develop school readiness? Five of them perform in Circus Arts (Schools 1, 2, 6, 7, and 8), one in Music and another one in Dance (School 4). Although it was not a uniform movement throughout Brazil, the impacts of the cultural paradigm PE approach reached the education of teachers and, later, their performance in schools. While the majority of programs were implemented by teachers after the year 2000, a tremendous diversity of conditions was observed in each school. Male gender preference may be responsible for Igbo women seeking fetal gender at ultrasound. ^��{��-xGށ���`΍��*9���2'���\��,`O�`#�%� yfV�,�|�|�|�|)�%�Y�,a� K��`� So the children experience both teachers and we respect the disciplines that they most identify with in order not to demotivate (Thomas–School 2 teacher). Secondary education student bodily practices: implications of gender in and outside physical education classes. The participation of teachers in continuing education was decisive for most of them becoming comfortable with teaching circus, as well suggested by Kriellaars et al. For instance, Schools 3, 4, and 5 offer between 2 and 10 days of circus activity per year; Schools 7 and 8 hold ~35 classes per year; and School 6 schedules 72 classes per year. doi: 10.1001/archpedi.159.1.46, Cardoso, F. L., Felipe, M. L., and Hedegaard, C. (2005). doi: 10.35362/rie620592, Ontañón, T., Duprat, R. M., and Bortoleto, M. A. C. (2012). As with other areas of contemporary society, gender asymmetry and inequality influences the way students access and experience school activities including sport, art and education (Garcia, 2007; Evans, 2017; Stride et al., 2018). Del Castillo-Andrés, Ó., Campos-Mesa, M. C., and Ries, F. (2013). Anguera, M. T., Camerino, O., Castañer, M., Sánchez-Algarra, P., and Onwuegbuzie, A. J. Froissart, T., and Thomas, C. (2019). Methods In a large cohort study of perinatal depression in urban and … The majority (06) of the teachers reported have artistic professional experience. Furthermore, because circus is a performing art, in which girls tend to participate more readily than boys Garcia (2007), it shows that moving away from a competitive model does not reduce male physical engagement. 0000016066 00000 n Circus activities are generally 1 h in length, once or twice a week in extracurricular programs during the academic year (Schools 1 and 2). Looking for a deeper understanding of social reality, based on testimonies of the subjects involved 17 semi-structured interviews were conducted with 9 PE Teachers, 6 school Pedagogical Coordinators, and 3 School Principals. The purpose of this study was to analyze the children's participation and gender preferences in circus activities, with regard to recent studies … Gendered activity differences began to appear in grade 6 and up, indicating that external socializing forces may also be affecting student preferences. The interviews with teachers aimed to understand personal and professional backgrounds in circus and the reasons to include it in the school context. "The Demand for Sons" study. Funk, A. Sport Health Sci. Nevanen, S., Juvonen, A., and Ruismäki, H. (2014). Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment in Education As demonstrated, data collection sought to understand the different contexts of each school (economic extract of the population; qualification of the teachers; type of administration; etc.). Data collection consisted of 17 semi-structured interviews with PE teachers and school administrators and in situ observations totalizing more than 130 h. The data were analyzed using Content Analysis (thematic categories). Although 53.2% of nearly 10,000 US women preferred a female over a male ObGyn, 38.5% had no gender preference, according to this systematic review and meta-analysis Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Teachers and managers spoke enthusiastically about the results, reinforcing this perception. [Epub ahead of print]. A., Bracht, V., Machado, T. S., Moraes, C. E. A., Almeida, U. R., and Almeida, F. Q. For example, many people believe that women have better verbal abilities than men, whereas men are assumed to have better mathematical skills than women. In the second stage, all researchers (5 in total) accessed and re-analyzed the data, trying to improve the analytical consistency. Our observations showed a high level of student participation in activities, and very few non-motivated children. Cultural variation in parental preference for childrenof a particular gender remains a matter of great practical and theoretical concern, particularly for understandinnon- g Western countries. Gender divergence in physical education classes. By building on these previous streams of research, this article offers a framework to examine different preferences toward comfort foods. Inquiry 17, 511–521. Each researcher was responsible for the observations in two schools and all participated in the subsequent analysis of the data. 0000001608 00000 n Available online at: https://www.editions-harmattan.fr/index.asp?navig=catalogue&obj=livre&no=13252. Training. Ethnogr. Educ. Phys. Background Child gender preference is important in some cultures and has been found to modify risk for antenatal and postnatal depression. Therefore, we agree with Quennerstedt (2019) that the PE can effectively contribute to a more equal gender participation in physical activities, and our research shows that circus instruction within school contexts offers many opportunities to promote gender equity. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005277, Lincoln, Y., and Guba, E. (1985). For this reason, “circuit activities” contributed more sustainably to reducing gender asymmetry while still maintaining high participation and building student autonomy and responsibility (Coasne, 2013). 0000002143 00000 n ‘Who are you, and what are you doing here': methodological considerations in ethnographic Health and Physical Education research. Gender preferences exhibit a variety of patterns. Observers were always made by external researchers who had no active participation in the implementation process design, and no previous link with the schools and PE teachers. We see PE as one of the main “entrance doors” for teaching circus at school in Brazil (Takamori et al., 2010), something also noticed abroad (Tribalat, 2003; Bolton, 2004; Coasne, 2013; Kriellaars et al., 2019). Gender and Physical Education: Contemporary Issues and Future Directions. An interpretive naturalist's perspective (Thomson, 1981) was adopted to preserve the “naturalness” of the environment by considering the particular context of each school's PE classes (Lewis, 2014). In The Sims 3, gender preference can be set with the use of mods such as NRAAS Master Controller. Gender preference among patients seeking medical care is an issue that is not well understood. Elementos de amostragem. Ward, S. (2001). 8:2196. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02196, PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar, Aras, S. (2016). Method: A qualitative study, based on multiple-cases design, was conducted in two public and six private Brazilian elementary schools. Brasil. doi: 10.1016/0147-1767(85)90062-8, Metcalfe, S. (2018). Ethnogr. The interviews were scheduled in places and times indicated by the interviewees during the observational period each school. Gender segregation in specialty preference has been found already in medical school. Champaign, IL: SAGE. Overall, private schools in this study have better conditions in facilities and equipment. Results: Boys and girls showed high participation levels in both curricular and extracurricular PE circus activities. Lei de Diretrizes e Base - LDB, Lei n° 9.394/1996 art.62. Gender representation in circus arts: a case study. Because the only common points between our different sites are circus activities taught within schools in Brazil, we chose a multiple-case study method that allowed us to observe the particularities of each circus case (Thomas, 2011; Ashley, 2013) was conducted. doi: 10.1177/1356336X06069277, Harrison, M. (2019). Evidence that U.S. parents may prefer sons: Gallup Poll on gender preference. Relationships between color preference and personality have long been suggested, albeit controversial, with the Lüscher test of personality based on color preferences as a good example. Ciênc Esporte 40, 39–45. Both teachers and administrators reinforce that being able to count on more than one teacher and, whenever possible combining male and female educators, facilitates the implementation of circus discipline diversity. FILE - In this Oct. 27, 1996 file photo, the Rev. Educ. By the 1990s, these transformations had prompted changes in institutional approaches to PE (educational guidelines, curriculum parameters, etc.). Ferreira, A. F., Rufino, L. G. B., Diniz, I. K. S., and Darido, S. C. (2016). Several criteria were applied to observers for this research. The observations followed the placement guidelines of Woods (1986) and Anguera et al. Jesse Jackson asks a crowd for donations to the advertising fund to stop Proposition 209 during a rally in the Westwood section of Los Angeles. Tucunduva, B. It is important to note that two of our observed schools teach circus as an extracurricular activity, which also introduces circus into the school environment, albeit differently. This notion may be biased because the concept of power is associated with public life. The psychological benefits of Circus Skills Training (CST) in schoolchildren. 14 At School 2, we observed some classes in which the group of students was divided by gender, so that each group could participate in activities guided by different teachers. The Pedagogical Directors of most schools spoke about the importance of using an interdisciplinary approach to integrate circus within other curricular content. Negotiating a physical identity: girls, bodies and physical education. Med. 0000004038 00000 n ��e>-�i��[�-��~����o��[�-��~����li�0[�-̖N���3�t�-g�s�$׀��9v.ץ���������\Kn�k�-� ���:q�\��%כkr�y��#��~�׹�����%�os���{��R��{�=���=�os��4{�ktYa~�ש�-����j�9�^a��֎1̵gsCgg�}����Cc�W �}��؛��Aj�h��>~2���]x F�p� endstream endobj 84 0 obj <> endobj 85 0 obj <> endobj 86 0 obj <>stream Falk and Hermle studied 80,000 individuals in 76 countries who participated in a Global Preference Survey and compared the data with country-level variables such as gross domestic product and indices of gender inequality. Only School 2 reports offering regular circus training to the teachers as part of their pedagogical project. B. Oliveira (Maringá: Universidade Estadual de Maringá Press). (2012) note that during this period, education was given new roles that led to a movement for educational renewal. The selected observers are experienced in teaching circus in PE, and trained in interview and observational methodology. Whereas, many PE teachers have reported feeling intimidated to initiate teaching new disciplines, including circus, teachers who implemented circus activities demonstrated “teaching courage” through their perseverance and problem-solving attitude during the implementation process (Ward, 2001). Sport Educ. In this specific aspect it was possible to notice that the teaching conditions between the curricular and extracurricular activities are quite different. In all schools where circus education is curricular (PE and / or Art) (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), participation is mandatory for all student groups; extracurricular programs (1 and 2) are optional for students and require additional fees, which effectively functions as a barrier to participation for many students. Different scholarships were awarded for the development of the research (each case) that makes up this study. A Gallup Poll conducted since 1941 shows a preference for sons for a hypothetical only child. Teachers from Schools 3, 4, and 7 were responsible for starting the project in their schools. PHEnex J. 23, 633–637. This study assessed patient preference, if any, for endoscopist gender and compared the degree of preference expressed by men and women. Eur. There are also some teachers who teach transversal content beyond circus disciplines, such as the history of the circus and particularly of animal tamer, as was the case in School 4. Spradley, J. P. (1980). It is clear that the unavailability of specific education for teachers who intend to teach circus in schools has led teachers to access other forms of professional training. Introduction: After more than a decade monitoring physical education instruction in Brazilian elementary schools we noticed an exponential increase in circus activities in both curricular physical education (PE) and in after-school programs. doi: 10.1080/17457823.2015.1018290, Kriellaars, D., Cairney, J., Bortoleto, M. A. C., Kiez, T., Dudley, D., and Aubertin, P. (2019). d, Embase, PsycINFO, CINAHL, Scopus and references of relevant articles. Murdoch University. Socio‑demographic factors had significant influence on perception of male gender preference. When compared with experiences in other countries with no similar rise in PE circus activities (Bolton, 2004; Price, 2012; Coasne, 2013; Kriellaars et al., 2019), our preliminary hypothesis is that the cultural perspective of education made it possible to implement other content, such as the circus, in school Physical Education. Soc. Pour une approche artistique du cirque au collège. Phys. J. Although circus activities are not inherently gendered, gender preferences are cultivated by teachers through gendered behavior modeling (their activity preferences) and encouragement strategies (guiding students to activities based on gender), which is often observed in traditional PE school activities and sports. Lentillon, V., Cogérino, G., and Kaestner, M. (2006). (2018). Wood, E. A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). To combat the non-availability of circus equipment, teachers report artisanal manufacture (e.g., juggling) or the use of equipment borrowed temporarily. (2019)'s observation that participation in circus engages students of all genders in grade 5. doi: 10.5216/rpp.v13i1.6729, Thomas, G. (2011). B. �)ȧ0��| 0000001016 00000 n The Art of Case Study Research. Movimento 25, 1–14. Bailey, R. (2006). *Correspondence: Marco Antonio Coelho Bortoleto, bortoleto@fef.unicamp.br, Front. 0000014677 00000 n Sociétés Représent. I use all this experience with the students, bringing exactly what I learned (Maria–School 4 teacher). Motriz Revista de Educação Física 22, 72–83. doi: 10.1080/19443927.2019.1666027. To better address the preference for comfort foods across age and gender, both physiological and psychological needs for food must be considered. Gender Differences in Preferences Larger Smaller No Data Gender differences in preferences across countries and their association with economic development and gender equality. 2020 ). 0000003855 00000 n Son preference is particularly strong in a band of countries from North Africa through the Middle East and South Asia to East Asia. Artistic experiences, especially in the specific field of circus, seem to contribute significantly to an educator's motivation to teach circus (Takamori et al., 2010; Garcia, 2013). 1st. Available online at: http://holisticcircustherapy.com/ufiles/pdfs/regphd.pdf (accessed July 5, 2020). Because it was the teachers' personal initiative that was the main trigger for the inclusion of circus activities, almost all PE teachers indicated a clear motivation that influenced their desire to integrate PE and Performing Arts into the context of school PE. Stake, R. E. (1995). 0000001707 00000 n Received: 15 June 2020; Accepted: 16 November 2020; Published: 10 December 2020. Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5 show that out of 256 women who visited the health facilities, 44.2% indicated preference for female frontline health workers, 2.3% preferred male frontline while 53.5% were indifferent about the gender of the health worker. ), pedagogy, Citation: Bortoleto MAC, Ontañón Barragán T, Cardani LT, Funk A, Melo CC and Santos Rodrigues G (2020) Gender Participation and Preference: A Multiple-Case Study on Teaching Circus at PE in Brazilians Schools. After the transcription of the recordings (audio) the participants were invited to review the testimonials. View all (2013). Staps 102, 47–60. Girls showed greater interest in the aerial activities, specifically in the practice of silks and trapeze (1, 6, and 8); in two other schools girls preferred individual acrobatics (2 and 5). Pupils' and teachers' experiences of school-based physical education: a qualitative study. In all schools we observe high participation of children in circus education across all age groups, contrasting many studies that show the drop in children's interest in PE at school as they age, mainly after grades 7/8 (Silva et al., 2019). To better understand what influences student engagement, we include program information about implementation, financial investment and teacher education as a means of discovering whether similar gendering processes happen in circus instruction and traditional PE activities (Berg and Lahelma, 2010). Qual. The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. In general, circus activities at school showed high participation of all children, regardless of gender, which is already encouraging as a means of maintaining physical engagement in youth. Conclusion: Male gender preference is strongly perceived among Igbo women and its perception is significantly influenced by socio‑demographic factors. London: Routledge. 10, 154–169. The benefits associated with Physical Education (PE) at school are widely documented (Bailey, 2006). Introduction: After more than a decade monitoring physical education instruction in Brazilian elementary schools we noticed an exponential increase in circus activities in both curricular physical education (PE) and in after-school programs. However only 27% of female clients were attended to by male FLHWs. Critical storytelling as a teaching strategy in physical education teacher education. When multiple schools met the criteria, preference was given to schools with longer circus teaching experience. In the curricular programs students either had a male or a female teacher (Schools 3,4,5,7, and 8), however extracurricular activities (Schools 1 and 2) sometimes had more than one teacher per group. São Paulo: Blücher. Objective This study aimed to examine the relation of gender and preference for information and control to anxiety during the critical care period after AMI. Ashley, C. (2013). Soc. It illuminates the needs and preferences of farmers and banana value chain actors that can be used to orient “product profiles” for new banana cultivars of the different banana types in different ecologies, recognizing the significance of gender-specific trait preferences (Weltzien et al. Only English-language studies were included. All PE teachers voluntarily participated in the study. 0000009114 00000 n In the convenience sampling process, we contacted dozens of PE teachers in order to identify those who worked with circus activities at school. 0000011013 00000 n 5, 57–70. I started at [name of university], and doing some searches by myself [in courses, study groups, …] that helped a lot in my pedagogical practice […]. Uchoga, L. A. R., and Altmann, H. (2016). Rev. Gender differences in choice and preference of specialty among medical students are common internationally, and previous investigations in other countries also demonstrated that pediatrics and obstetrics & gynecology are predominantly preferred by women, surgery by men, and internal medicine is pursued by both genders [14, 18, 19]. doi: 10.4324/9780203468883. This article contributes to general knowledge of banana trait preferences, including gender. Some teachers have acknowledged concern about these trends, indicating that they seek to balance student participation in all disciplines in the same way. Price (2012) argues that the search for innovative practices in New Zealand PE has led to the inclusion of circus. O circo e a inovação curricular na formação de professores de educação física no Brasil. In schools with younger children there were no noticeable differences in gender preferences for certain circus disciplines, but older students showed strong preferences along gender divisions. 0000002879 00000 n Only in one school (1) was the circus activity implemented through administrator initiative. Physical education and sport in schools: a review of benefits and outcomes. TO: case 7 and 8 study, specific and cross cases data analysis, and article writing (intro and method). It is possible that the greater diversity of circus disciplines taught through these methods contributed to maintaining children's interest, however, considering gender issues, it requires permanent attention by the teachers. (other-regarding) preferences, and competitive preferences. All had higher education degrees in PE which is compulsory according to the Brazilian law (LDB n° 9.394/96 art.62 Brasil, 1996). In agreement with the literature studied, teachers indicated that popularization of teaching circus in school PE seems to be associated with the search for an alternative to sport-based models, which have been hegemonic in Brazil since the 1980s. I tried a little bit of each thing [circus disciplines], and this practice teach me a lot. J. Bolfarine, H., and Bussab, W. O. The majority agreed that the nature of the task did not matter in their preference for a male or female nurse. Educ. In Schools 1, 2, 6, and 8, circus is well-integrated into the pedagogical project, well-supported by the community, and does not rely on a single individual for longevity. 0000012664 00000 n 75 0 obj <> endobj xref 75 36 0000000016 00000 n The PE teachers testimonies indicated a positive relationship between what they have learned in undergraduate education with what they already do at school, which is already highlighted in Brazilian literature (Miranda and Bortoleto, 2018) confirming how important it is to have exposure to circus in Physical Education Teaching Education–PETE (Tucunduva and Bortoleto, 2019). Educ. “Le cirque est-il un art en EPS?,” in Les formations en arts du cirque et en activités physiques artistiques, eds T. Froissart and C. Thomas (Reims: Presses Université Reims). This results in substantial inequalities in educational investment. 12, 339–360. Available online at: https://ojs.acadiau.ca/index.php/phenex/article/view/1446 (accessed February 10, 2020). Soc. Ethical approval was obtained from the Research Ethics Council by the University of Campinas (CAAE: 66614417.3.0000.5404). This study indicates that although a strong pedagogical option, “free play” can, in some age groups, reinforce students grouping together by gender. Therefore, we intend to expand the sample, including schools from other states and regions of Brazil in future studies. More than 800 students were observed in 49 different groups over more than 130 h of in situ observations. Sung Yong Lee, Gerald Marwell. Available online at: https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=3217498 (accessed March 15, 2020). This article studies the global variation in economic preferences. Garcia, M. (2007). Perf. 1 of 7. 0000004805 00000 n In a recent IJHPR article, Groutz et al. The main inclusion criterion was that the teacher needs to be working for at least 2 years at school and be responsible for teaching circus. The studies involving human participants were reviewed and approved by Research Ethics Council, University of Campinas. The School 2 PE teacher highlights continuing education through “juggling conventions” (where amateur and professional jugglers gather to exchange technique). We analyze the implementation process, the methodologies used and the results of these experiences from the educators' perspectives (teachers and schools administrators). Price, C. (2012). Soc. Available online at: http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/18711/ (accessed April 3, 2019). Articles in press Gender differences in the authorship of articles in Archivos de Bronconeumología Archivos de Bronconeumología (English Edition) ISSN: 1579-2129 Arts Educ. For the purpose of this paper, we include data related to participation in activities and gender preferences related to participation. In all schools, circus has been taught with mixed-gender groups, which is crucial for minimizing gender differences, as suggested by Hills and Croston (2012). Care 186, 1173–1184. 0000005965 00000 n 23, 681–693. 0000009317 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� In the teachers' words: I faced some challenges [...]. In PE, gender differences have been observed with regard to access, participation and interest in the field (Metcalfe, 2018). A. “Atividades circenses,” in Ginástica, Dança e Atividades Circenses Coleção - Práticas corporais e a organização do conhecimento, eds F. J. González, S. C. Darido, and A. Duprat, R. M., Ontañón, T. B., and Bortoleto, M. A. C. (2014). Most schools invested in equipment for circus activities. Our approach is grounded in the quest to directly observe the pedagogical process, and the questions that arise within it, as suggested by Hunter (2014) and Jachyra et al. Participant Observation. Free play in early childhood education: a phenomenological study. doi: 10.1080/1357332042000233958, Garrett, R. (2006). Soc. Gendering processes in the field of physical education. The specificity of observational studies in physical activity and sports sciences: moving forward in mixed methods research and proposals for achieving quantitative and qualitative symmetry. All programs receive some form of support from the school management team and sufficient space to develop the circus activities. Using participant observation (Spradley, 1980) we followed 49 PE groups (two private schools; six public schools). Socioeconomic conditions play an important role in access to equitable education, as suggested by Bourdieu and Wacquant (1992). 1. When we closely observe participation school by school, we can compare student preferences of circus disciplines by gender against the disciplines being taught, which reveals participation patterns (Table 2). Psychol. London: Cambridge University Press. Sport Educ. Early Years Educ. The circus as a novelty for PE seems to stimulate the high participation rate (Price, 2012). doi: 10.1016/j.rbce.2018.01.004. School Principals and PE Teachers provided consent prior to participation. Each case study that makes up this research were carried out under the same epistemological and methodological framework. Such records are important for the analysis and discussion of data, seeking a global understanding of the phenomenon (Wacquant, 2006). We mainly teach juggling and aerials, because that's what we know best. Critical Hermeneutics: A Study in the Thought of Paul Ricoeur and Jurgen Habermas. Theatre Dance Perform. Evans, J. Rev. Gender preference is a hidden aspect of Simology that can normally not be seen without the use of cheats, mods, or programs such as SimPE. We noticed that most of the programs were started through teacher initiatives and, often, with equipment they provided. We were also attentive to how memory construction is connected to place through direct experience, and subsequently the way to teach memory preservation (Lincoln and Guba, 1985). Training 10, 21–37. Sport Educ. Lack of adequate circus equipment and qualified teachers was the most consistent problem faced by schools. Early Child Dev. Ágora para la Educación Física y el Deporte 12, 11–28. The gender preference for children has received attention from two School administrators agree with teachers that financial support is crucial, but not solely responsible, for maintaining programs. During this period, we also noticed an increase in the literature dealing with teaching circus at school in Brazil, which may have empowered more teachers to venture into this area (Faria et al., 2010; Miranda and Bortoleto, 2018). Bourdieu, P., and Wacquant, L. J. D. (1992). Looking beyond fitness and fatness to attention, affiliation, and very few non-motivated.! 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