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2016 | 52 | 42-49
Article title

Wpływ chińskich sztuk walki na technikę szkoły Idokan Yoshin-ryu

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Influence of Chinese martial arts in the technique of the Idokan Yoshin-ryu school
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In the theoretical frames of anthropology of martial arts and the humanistic theory of martial arts, I analysed, as a scientific problem, the impact of Chinese elements – ideological and technical – in the curriculum of Idokan Yoshin-ryu in the Idokan Poland Association (IPA). Two qualitative methods were used: the content analysis of the literature and a broad discourse, and the method of long-term participant observation. Three levels of influence of Chinese martial arts in the Idokan Yoshin-ryu Budo programme were distinguished: 1) in terms of symbolism and values; 2) strategies and tactics; 3) used techniques and training methods. This influence is direct or indirect. Indirect, when a martial art (like karate or in part also jujutsu) has its roots in China. Direct, when the masters deliberately introduce Chinese elements into the curriculum of individual disciplines. Evolution of martial arts leads to mixing techniques, in particular, the adoption of more effective solutions. An example is the system Idokan Yoshin-ryu. Elements of Chinese origin are found here in techniques, as well as in concepts and principles.
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52
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42-49
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2016-05-23
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