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Boy Sembaba Tarigan Sebelas Maret State University boy.tarigan69@gmail.com
Paper Title
SPORT DEVELOPMENT INDEX IN SEVERAL CITIES/REGENCIES IN JAVA ISLAND : A REVIEW OF BENEFITS AND OUTCOME
Category
Sports Science
Keyword
Sport Development Index, Open Space, Human Resorce, Sport Paticipation, Physical Fitness
License
ISBN 978-602-8429-74-0
Abstract

This paper will discuss scientific evidences that have been collected about sport development at some regencies/cities in java island. The research evidence will be explained in four domains of Sport Development Index : 1. Availability of sport outdoor area in a region. 2. Availability of human resource capacity which support sport progress . 3. Community participation in doing sport. 4. Body vitality level of people. The review show only some regencies/cities are in middle degree but in other regencies/cities still in low degree. It’s suggest that Sport Development index is not only performed in java area only because it has very good function to understand how far the success of sport development at that regency/city by observe the number of outdoor area, number of human resource capacity, number of community participation, and number of body vitality. When four domains in Sport Development Index were applied maximally, it will raise the people health and vitality comprehensively. When sport developing index getting better, it will also make minimal standart of physical exercise be better. The goverment have to pay attention to three aspects, problem analysis, policy implementation, and evaluation when they want to take or make policy about physical exercise. The result in applying policy that based on four domains Sport Development Index can increase quality and community life standard be better. The improvement is not only limited in economic sector only, but also including all aspects of life.

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