Quest is essential reading for physical educators in higher education, students earning advanced degrees in physical education, and field practitioners interested in the development of their profession. In its 55-plus years of publication, Quest continues to present the critical issues facing today’s physical education professionals through incisive and creative articles by the leading lights of the discipline.
Articles recently appearing in Quest have focused on crucial issues such as decision making in physical education, philosophical issues, technology, integrating individuals with disabilities into the curriculum, preparing future faculty, changing faculty roles and responsibilities, theorizing sport as social intervention, integrating speech and action in games, and new perspectives concerning performance appraisals of intercollegiate coaches.
You’ll find a similar variety in the types of articles in Quest, too, from theoretical explorations to applied studies, both of which synthesize research to help advance the physical activity field.
For those in the physical activity field in higher education, there’s no single journal that covers more topics of common interest than Quest. Each issue examines not only critical issues facing physical educators but also research developments in the sport sciences and other subdisciplines of human movement. No matter what your area of specialization, you’ll find relevant, informative reading in every issue of Quest.
Quest is also published in digital format, providing online subscribers with the same authoritative content of the print edition but with additional advantages, such as the ability to search entire issues in seconds and access to back issues. The content of the online version of Quest is available weeks before the print version arrives by mail, and online subscribers can receive each issue’s table of contents by e-mail when a new issue is published.