Published May 2002
by Meyer & Meyer Fachverlag und Buchhandel GmbH .
Written in English
|Contributions||Johan Steenbergen (Editor), Paul De Knop (Editor), Agnes Elling (Editor), Paul De Knop (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||374|
Contributions from several researchers in the field of sport provide a systematic treatment of values and norms in sport from a number of diverse perspectives. Hence, in the chapters of the book the central question is divided into different sub-questions. For example, how can the notion of value be considered in the context of sport?Author: Johan Steenbergen. Contributions from several researchers in the field of sport provide a systematic treatment of values and norms in sport from a number of diverse perspectives. Hence, in the chapters of the book the central question is divided into different sub-questions. For example, how can the notion of value be considered in the context of sport? Contributors examine: how can the notion of value be considered in the context of sport; how should sports organisations deal with differences in motivation and expectations among different groups of sports participants; what norms and values should clubs and sports uphold to attract and keep youth members; which values and norms are sports policies based on and which social influences can be . sociological Sport "norms" Gender Logic: How gender can influence a sport Lacrosse: Men - required to wear helmets and pads due to the increased amount of contact (can check stick and body) 9 players and a goalie Women- Do not wear pads and are only required to wear protective.
The sense of rules and norms in sports is to realize the aims of sports and to optimize the outcomes of sports. Wanting to understand the sense and the desirability of rules and norms in sports we first have to consider the aims and secondary effects of sports itself. Norms for Fitness, Performance, and Health is a solid reference for fitness instructors, physical educators, exercise scientists, coaches, and various civil service professionals. It is the most comprehensive compilation of normative fitness and health data in existence and provides a basic understanding of statistical analysis of those norms/5(4). The Values That Can Be Learned by Playing Sports. By: Steve Silverman. Published: 31 October, Youngsters and older players can learn the value of work ethic by playing sports. It's not just getting out on the field, court or ice and playing the game. You have to go to practice several times per week to learn the skills needed to. Sociological Sport Norms Amongst College and High School Female Athletes Abuse of Power Machismo high school crowd was made mostly of parents college crowd included.
In sports there exists a competition, then a kind of activity where the emotions may express for various types of behavior. Sports also exemplify American values, and, to some degree at least, athletes may pick up these values through sport participation and use them for later success (Curry & Jiobu, ). Sport Pedagogy. Books shelved as social-norms: The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life by Kevin Simler, Norms i. Book. Norms for Fitness, Performance, and Health contains a comprehensive collection of normative data for numerous fitness, performance, and health components across a range of ages, abilities, occupations, and athletic backgrounds. It lays the foundation for working with normative data by detailing the purpose and benefits of norms. Normative Values for the Profile of Mood States for Use with Athletic Samples Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 12(1) March with 3, Reads.