Page 1 Computers By:Addy Normand (Adrena) Research Paper Topic-Rules and History of Volleyball The History In 1895, William G. Morgan, an instructor at the Young Men 's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A) in Massachusetts, decided to combine the sports of baseball, basketball, handball, and tennis to make a game now called volleyball (at the time called mintonette). He created this game for his classes of businessmen so that they could play a sport that
Society “Dig” Volleyball as a Subculture? I. Introduction The individuality within diverse subcultures has given so much to society already. Subcultures such as volleyball have been given a chance to grow in our society and spread to other cultures connecting nations across the globe. It takes time for a subculture to be accepted by our society today. Once it is accepted, membership in subculture grows as more people feel comfortable joining a mainstream subculture such as volleyball. However, to
I. History of Volleyball a. Founder b. Origin of the Volleyball c. First name of Volleyball d. Who gave the name volleyball e. Year and When the volleyball was introduced in the philippines f. Year volleyball officially played in Olympics iI. cOURT dIMENSION a. Length and width of the court b. Length and width of the playing area including the free zone and warm up area c. Length and width of the net d. Height of the net for male and female iii.
This essay will look at how Netball and Volleyball have been developed over many years and how athletes prepare themselves to competitively take part in both of these sports. “Netball traces its roots back to basketball” which was established by James Naismith in 1891 to fulfill the need for a “high-spirited” game for men. (International netball, n.d.). Female teachers became captivated by this game and a version for girls was established with rules that were adapted to accommodate for social needs
health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors, the Y enables youth, adults, families and communities to be healthy, confident, connected and secure. The history of the Cranston YMCA is:”The YMCA was formed in 1844, in London, England, by a young drapery clerk, George Williams, and 11 other young men who shared his concern with the decadence and immorality of 19th-century London. Their original efforts centered on developing a library, reading room and a locale for
for mid-career contributions from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management. In 2007, he received the Professional Practice Award from the Institute of Industrial and Labor Relations, University of Illinois. Books Published: H. G. Heneman III, T. A. Judge, and J. D. Kammeyer-Mueller, Staffing Organizations, 7th ed. (Madison, WI: Mendota House/Irwin, 2011) Other Interests Although he cannot keep up (literally!) with Dr. Robbin’s accomplishments on the track, Dr. Judge enjoys
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Securities Licenses: FINRA Series 7, 66 (63, 65) Language: Fluent in Spanish Boy Scouts of America: Eagle Scout Interests: Real estate, college sports, golf, running, mountain biking, aviation, and gastronomy WILLIAM SPE CER BOICE 218 Harvest Drive • Charlottesville, VA 22903 • (404)316-9084 • BoiceW11@darden.virginia.edu EDUCATIO Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA University of Virginia Candidate for Master of Business Administration
Integrative Perspective on Employee Benefits 305 Flexible Spending Accounts 305 Modular Plans 306 Core-Plus Options Plans 306 Summary 307 Demonstrating Comprehension: Questions for Review 308 Key Terms 308 Employee Assistance Programs 332 A Brief History of EAPs 332 EAPs Today 333 Wellness Programs/Disease Management 333 ETHICAL ISSUES: Smokers and the Obese Need Not Apply 334 xiv Contents WORKPLACE ISSUES: The Union Drive 351 Objective and Scope of Collective Bargaining 351 Collective-Bargaining