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Thoughts on the Sustainable Development of National Youth Campus Football Based on Resource Learning

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DOI: 10.23977/jhms.2021.020106 | Downloads: 0 | Views: 25

Author(s)

Yanqiang Li 1

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1 Jianghan University, Wuhan, Hubei, 430056, China

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Yanqiang Li

ABSTRACT

Based on resource-based learning, this paper analyzes the development of youth campus football activities in China by using the methods of literature review and questionnaire survey, and provides theoretical guidance for the sustainable development of youth campus football in China. The results show that: at present, the venues for football activities in designated schools in the city are mostly artificial grass venues and soil venues, and a few are natural turf venues, but the overall number is limited. Although some schools have already participated in the campus football matches, the school leaders have not given corresponding support. The capital investment of campus football mainly depends on the government's administrative allocation, which fails to integrate the forces of society and market, and has a single source of funds. Rules and regulations are not sound enough. The principals in charge of each development school participated in the training of management cadres too little.

KEYWORDS

Resource-based learning, Teenagers, Campus football, Sustainable development

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Yanqiang Li, Thoughts on the Sustainable Development of National Youth Campus Football Based on Resource Learning. Journal of Human Movement Science (2021) 2: 34-40. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jhms.2021.020106

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