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Using different physical activity measurements in eight European countries. Results of the European Physical Activity Surveillance System (EUPASS) time series survey.
OBJECTIVES The European Physical Activity Surveillance System (EUPASS) research project compared several physical activity (PA) measures (including the International Physical Activity QuestionnaireExpand
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The importance of policy orientation and environment on physical activity participation--a comparative analysis between Eastern Germany, Western Germany and Finland.
Environmental and policy interventions are seen as boosting physical activity because they are designed to influence large groups. However, they have not been much researched and the evidence onExpand
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Conceptualizing contemporary health lifestyles : Moving beyond Weber
The intent of this article is to move beyond the work of M. Weber and construct a concept of health lifestyles applicable to the current phase of modernity. Beginning with the early twentieth-centuryExpand
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The interplay of structure and agency in health promotion: integrating a concept of structural change and the policy dimension into a multi-level model and applying it to health promotion principles
The recent debate in public health about the "inequality paradox" mirrors a long-standing dispute between proponents of structuralist approaches and advocates of action theory. Both views are genuineExpand
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Determinants of health policy impact: a theoretical framework for policy analysis
SummaryThis paper addresses the role of policy and evidence in health promotion. The concept of von Wright’s “logic of events” is introduced and applied to health policy impact analysis.According toExpand
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Physical activity monitoring in Europe. The European Physical Activity Surveillance System (EUPASS) approach and indicator testing.
OBJECTIVES The main objective of this paper is to describe the approach and specific findings of the European Physical Activity Surveillance System (EUPASS) research project. In particular, theExpand
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The cost-effectiveness of physical activity interventions: A systematic review of reviews
Background Despite growing recognition of the need to promote physical activity, the existing evidence base on the cost-effectiveness of relevant interventions appears scant and scattered. ThisExpand
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Policy development and implementation in health promotion--from theory to practice: the ADEPT model.
There is a growing interest among health promotion researchers to better understand and influence the policy process. However, at this point in time, theoretical concepts enabling researchers to doExpand
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[National Recommendations for Physical Activity and Physical Activity Promotion].
lf re d R üt te n & K la us P fe if er ( E ds .) N at io na l R ec om m en da tio ns f or P hy si ca l A ct iv it y an d P hy si ca l A ct iv it y P ro m ot io n The National Recommendations forExpand
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Co-producing active lifestyles as whole-system-approach: theory, intervention and knowledge-to-action implications
Population health interventions tend to lack links to the emerging discourse on interactive knowledge production and exchange. This situation may limit both a better understanding of mechanisms thatExpand
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