Česká kinantropologie/ Czech kinanthropology/

The journal, Česká Kinantropologie/ Czech Kinanthropology (ISSN 1211-9261) is published 4x annually by Czech Kinanthropologic Association since the year 1997. It is a reviewed scholarly journal that focuses on kinanthropology (human movement studies). It publishes papers about results of theoretical, empirical and methodological research. The objective is to endorse scientific development of intentional physical movement, its structure and functions as well as its connections to development of individuals/ people as bio- psycho- sociological entity(ies).

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In the section People you can find: contact, editorial team, editor in chief, editorial board

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In the section Submissions: online submissions, author guidelines, privacy statement

In the section Other: journal sponsorship, site map, about the publishing system, statistics

 

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Ceska Kinanthropologie is committed to ensuring ethical practice is adhered to in the publication and quality of articles. Complying with ethical standards and practices of behaviour is expected of all parties involved: Authors, Editors, Reviewers, and the Publisher.

In particular,

Authors: Authors should present an objective and accurate discussion of their research work.  Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behaviour and are unacceptable. Literature reviewed should also be objective, comprehensive, and accurate.  The authors must ensure that their work is entirely original. When drawing on the works of others this is acknowledged in an academically appropriate manner. Plagiarism is considered unethical publishing behaviour and is unacceptable.

Authors must understand that submitting the same and or a very similar manuscript to more than one journal concurrently constitutes unethical publishing behaviour. This is not acceptable. The author corresponding with Ceska Kinanthropologie should ensure that all co-authors are in agreement in approving the final version of the paper and its submission for publication.

Editors: Editors will ensure that manuscripts are evaluated on the basis of their academic merit in a timely manner. Editors will take academically responsible measures when ethical complaints have been presented concerning a submitted manuscript or published paper.

Reviewers: All submitted manuscripts for peer review will be treated confidentially and any information contained within will not be used for personal advantage. Reviews must be accurate and objective with clear and justifying comments in order for the authors to use for revisions. In all cases reviewers should respond to manuscripts in a timely and professional manner. If this is not possible the reviewer should inform the editor and withdraw from the review process. Reviewers should be mindful of possible conflicts of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with any of the authors, companies, or institutions connected to the papers. If there is a risk of a conflict of interest then the reviewer should step down from the review process.

 

Copyright:

It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright or license the publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, to Ceska Kinanthropologie. This provides full copyright protection and enables Ceska Kinanthropologie to disseminate the Journal and or article, to the widest possible readership in an appropriate form. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources.

 

Corrections, Errors and Retractions:

Ceska Kinathropologie has a duty to publish corrections (errata) when errors could affect the interpretation of data or information, whatever the cause of the error (i.e. arising from author errors or from editorial mishaps). Ceska Kinathropologie will publish ‘retractions’ if work is proven to be fraudulent, or ‘expressions of concern’ if editors have well-founded suspicions of misconduct. The title of the erratum, retraction, or expression of concern will include the words ‘Erratum’, ‘Retraction’, or ‘Expression of Concern’. The form of such will enable indexing and abstracting services to identify and link errata, retractions, and expressions of concern to the original publications.

 

Disclamer:

Ceska Kinanthropologie takes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all the material contained in its publication.. However, Ceska Kinanthropologie makes no guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness or suitability for any purpose of the materials and disclaim all such guarantee to the maximum extent permitted by law. Any views expressed in this publication are the views of the authors and are not the views of Ceska Kinanthropologie.

Česká Kinantropologie is a reviewed scholarly journal that focuses on biomedical and social sciences kinanthropology. It publishes papers about results of theoretical, empirical and methodological research. The objective is to endorse scientific development of intentional physical movement, its structure and functions as well as its connections to development of individuals and people as bio-psycho-sociological entity(ies). This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Manuscript Submission:

The editors accept original (not published previously) empirical research papers, theoretical studies, short news about conferences and workshops, reviews of new books and information about proceedings of Czech Kinanthropology Association in Czech (eventually in Slovak) language or in English language from foreign authors. Authors have to add the manuscript to the system in the electronic form at the address: www.ceskakinantropologie.cz.

The submission should contain complete information, including contact address and e-mail address. Manuscripts in English must contain title, name of authors, abstract with key words (15–20 lines), text of the article, alphabetical list of references for literature cited in the text and contact data. Bibliographic references must be fully defined and correspond to Journal standards (APA). Manuscripts in Czech or Slovak language must contain  title, name of authors, abstract with key words (15–20 lines) also in English. The text of the article, alphabetical list of references for literature cited in the text, contact data can be in Czech.

For human or animal experimental investigations the author has to provide and document in the paper a formal review and approval by an ethics committee.

Manuscripts must use Times New Roman font size 12 and 1,5 space. The maximum length of original research papers is 12–15 pages (about 5000 words), review 3 pages, and information 2 pages. Please submit all tables, graphs and illustrations as separate files in the format, in which they were created, with graphs in Excel and illustrations in TIF, JPG or EPS. The editors review and edit the text.

The editorial review process is anonymous on both sides. The editors reserve the right to ensure the anonymity of the text’s content, i.e. to eliminate any information or data that could facilitate identification of the author, before submitting the text to the review process. Submission of a manuscript to another journal while it is under review by Česká Kinantropologie is considered unethical. Review guidelines and full guidelines for authors are on the Internet: www.ceskakinantropologie.cz

After receiving the submission, the managing editor and editor in chief check the submission and decide whether it is in compliance with the requirements stated in author guidelines and whether it fits within the scope of the journal. Submissions are then assigned to two peer-reviewers. To ensure the integrity of the blind peer-review for submissions to this journal, every effort should be made to prevent the identities of the authors and reviewers from being known to each other. The reviewers are required to decide if they do the review within one week. Once they have confirmed their willingness to do the review they have to complete it within 5 weeks.

The following criteria:

  • ethical aspects
  • originality of the work
  • importance and interest of the information to readers
  • clarity and comprehensibility of the text
  • appropriateness of the methods
  • interpretation of the results
  • reasonability of the conclusions

 

 

 

 

Chairman: Prof. PaedDr. Ludmila Fialova, Ph.D., Charles University, FTVS, Prague

Members:

·     Doc. PhDr. Ladislav Bedřich, CsC., Masaryk University, FSpS, Brno

·     Doc. PaedDr. Marie Blahutková, Ph.D., Masaryk University, FSpS, Brno

·     Doc. Ladislav Čepička, Ph.D., West Czech University, FPe, Plzeň

·     Prof. PhDr. Ivo Jirásek, Ph.D., Palackinae University, FTK, Olomouc

·     Doc. PaedDr. Vladislav Mužík, CSc., Masaryk University, PedF, Brno

·     Doc. MUDr. Jan Heller, CSc., Charles University, FTVS, Prague

·     Doc. PhDr. Josef Dovalil, CSc., Charles University, FTVS, Prague

·     Doc. PaedDr. Dagmar Pavlů, CSc., Charles University, FTVS, Prague

·     Doc. RNDr. Miroslava Přidalová, PhD., Palackinae University, FTK, Olomouc

·     Prof. PaedDr. Rudolf Psotta, Ph.D., Palackinae University, FTK, Olomouc

·     Doc. PaedDr. Aleš Suchomel, Ph.D., Technical University, FP, Liberec

·     Doc. PhDr. Irena Slepičková, CSc., Charles University, FTVS, Prague

·     Doc. Mgr. Martin Zvonař, Ph.D., Masaryk University, FSpS, Brno

Foreign Members

·     Prof. Dr. Lubomir Bilek, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada

·     Prof. Darlene A. Kluka, D Phil., Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida, USA

·     Prof. Ian Culpan, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

·     Prof. Dr. Roland Naul, University Essen, Germany

·     Prof. Dr. Z. Waskiewicz, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego, Katovice, Poland

·     Weimo Zhu, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

 


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Vol 19, No 2 (2015): Czech Kinanthropology 2/2015

Table of Contents

Professional articles

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUCCESS TEAM IN THAT GAME AND THE QUALITY OF THE BLOCK AFTER THE ATTACK THE OPPONENT AFTER AN POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE RECEPTION IN TOP MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Vladimír Přidal
ANALYSIS OF SERVICE EFFECTIVITY ON DIFFERENT SURFACES IN WOMEN’S TENNIS DOUBLES
Jan Carboch
ANALÝZA PŘIHRÁVÁNÍ V UTKÁNÍCH KVALIFIKACE NA ME JUNIORŮ 2014 V HÁZENÉ
Martin Tůma
ACCURACY OF TACTICAL DECISION-MAKING IN GAME SITUATIONS DEPENDING ON TYPE OF PHYSICAL LOAD IN ELITE SOCCER PLAYERS
Jakub Kokštejn
ÚTOČNÉ HERNÉ KOMBINÁCIE V RÝCHLÝCH PROTIÚTOKOCH SKUPINY HRÁČOV VYBRANÝCH DRUŽSTIEV V ZÁPASOCH MS 2014 VO FUTBALE
Miloslav Holienka
THE ANALYSIS OF INTENSITY OF ICE-HOCKEY PLAYERS’ EFFORT DURING THE GAME
Arkadiusz Stanula
NOTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF FUTSAL REFEREE´S PERFORMANCE IN THE MATCH
Jan Kresta
EFFECTS OF TACTICAL AN TECHNIKAL APPROACH TO TEACHING MINIHANDBALL ON DEVELOPMENT OF GAME PERFOMANCE
Silvia Priklerová
CATEGORIAL SYSTEMS OF THE EVALUATION OF GAME PERFORMANCE ACCORDING TO GPAI METHOD WITH THE FOCUS ON BASKETBALL
Gustáv Argaj
The impact of change of three-point field goal area rule on three–point shooting contribution on score at men´s European basketball championship
Richard Kucsa
FIFA WORLD CUP 2014, BRAZIL IN VIEW OF A CONNECTION BETWEEN MARKET VALUE OF TEAMS AND THEIR RESULTS AT THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan Šíma, Vilém Omcirk, Tomáš Ruda
COMPARISON OF THE INTENSITY OF LOAD IN SMALL-SIDED GAMES 4x4, 5x5 AND COMPETITIVE GAME OF FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN CATEGORY U14
Tomáš Vencúrik, Jiří Nykodým


ISSN: 1211-9261