BIO Web Conf.
Volume 29, 2021International Conference “Sport and Healthy Lifestyle Culture in the XXI Century” (SPORT LIFE XXI)
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|Published online||15 March 2021|
Judo through the prism of the Russian dissertations
Law and Civil Security’s Department of Management and Social Technologies’ Institute, Theory and Methods of Physical Culture’s Department of Martial Arts and Non-Olympic Sports’ Faculty, The Federal State Budget Educational Institution of the Higher Education “National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health named after P. F. Lesgaft, Saint-Petersburg”, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
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The research touches on an interesting and important, both theoretically and practically, scientific problem that lies in the contradiction between two circumstances. The first circumstance is the large number of the Russian dissertations on judo. And the second circumstance is the lack of that scientific information, the knowledge of which would determine a significant increase in the sports’ achievements of Russian judokas. In the whole the elimination of this contradiction is necessary for the integrated management of increasing the competitiveness of the sports’ achievements of Russian judokas. In addition, the solution to this contradiction is also relevant in the context of the fact that full knowledge about the judo’s phenomenon, about judo as a weapon and about the ways of judo’s mastering is available mainly to the Japanese as the judo’s founders. The purpose of this research is to clarify the promising directions of the Russian dissertations on judo as a theoretical and methodological basis for increasing the effectiveness of Russian judo on the world sports’ arena. The methods of this research: comparative method, case studies, content’s analysis, frequence’s analysis, conjugation’s tables’ analysis, genetic method, theoretical modeling. The results of a systematic analysis of all Russian dissertations on judo (for the entire period over forty years) are presented, the composition of these dissertations and significant relationships between their main characteristics are uncovered, gaps in scientific knowledge in judo are identified, and the necessary directions for further dissertational researches in this area are outlined.
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