3 edition of Sport, leisure and social relations found in the catalog.
Sport, leisure and social relations
Originally published: London : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987.
|Statement||edited by John Horne, David Jary and Alan Tomlinson.|
|Series||Sociological Review monograph -- 33|
|Contributions||Horne, John D. 1955-, Jary, David., Tomlinson, Alan, 1950-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||253|
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This challenging and important book brings together contemporary cases examining different dimensions of inequality in sport and leisure, ranging from race and ethnicity to gender, sexual orientation, disability. The volume represents a new phase in the sociology of sport and leisure in the UK.
Arranged into 4 general categories, it comprises 9 chapters. Following a general introduction, the first two (J. Gershuny, S. Jones and J. Smith respectively) are extended summaries of empirical data which illustrate and critically discuss the value of conventional survey methods and secondary analysis in leisure.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Acknowledgements --Introduction: Sport and leisure in social thought Functionalism, solidarity and social stratification --The social functions of sport and leisure practices --The division of labour: From mechanical to organic solidarity and the Sport of.
This handbook provides an overview and synthesis of relevant literature related to leisure and recreation, and physical activity and its relationship to quality of life. Divided into two parts, the text presents the analysis of leisure and recreation studies and physical activities and sports, with diverse populations.
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He believes there is a time for everyone, but it is important how to. Csikszentmihalyi's () model of sport values is used as a framework for examining the benefits of sport.
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Defining leisure, play, and recreation provides us as leisure professionals with a strong foundation for the programs, services, and facilities that we provide. While we might disagree on the standard definition of leisure, play, or recreation, we are all concerned with providing an experience for participants.
It is argued that paying more systematic attention to the ‘effects of leisure, rather than being pre-occupied with how leisure is ‘affected by’, will relocate and enhance the status of leisure studies within the contemporary social sciences. The Routledge Handbook of Sport and Politics goes further than any other book in surveying the complex, embedded relationships between sport and politics.
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Alan Tomlinson is Professor of Leisure Studies, Area Leader for Sport and Leisure Cultures, and Head of Chelsea School Research Centre at the University of Brighton. He is the author and editor of many books, including The Game’s Up: Essays in the Cultural Analysis of Sport, Leisure Reviews: 2.
Social Class and Leisure Activities. Most definitions of leisure establish it as time free from work or work related demands. Leisure time is, then, discretionary time, and leisure activities are a matter of individual judgment and undirected choices (Voss,p.
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In the present study, 48 former elite-level athletes sup plied information about their financial, occupational, emotional, and social adjustment to retirement from sport. Athletic identity at the time of retirement was also assessed, along with self-reported use of various coping strategies and the perceived quality of adjustment to retirement.
Sport can be seen on a day to day basis, and plays an important role in strengthening the social relations of people. The role that sport has been playing in the last decades had directly and.
2 days ago Sports and social class are intricately mixed. For a variety of reasons, what social class a person is born to often decides which sports they will become interested in.
Generally, the upper classes are more partial to sports such as golf, tennis, and swimming that stress individualism and aesthetics and may be expensive to play for one reason or another; the lower classes typically favor.
sport to achieve social outcomes such as: • Improving the fitness and health of specific social groups. • Addressing issues of community safety and reducing levels of vandalism and crime. • Contributing to improved school attendance/educational performance.
• Developing social and technical skills and increasing employability. Developing an intimate “relationship” with nature through extreme sports participation. Leisure/Loisir: Vol.
Journal of Sport & Social Issues is an indispensable resource that brings together the latest research, discussion, and analysis on contemporary sport issues such as race, media, gender, economics, drugs, recruiting, injuries, and youth sports.
Using an international, interdisciplinary perspective, Journal of Sport & Social Issues examines today's most pressing and far-reaching questions about. ”eld of sport and leisure. Popular opinions and sociological arguments If popular arguments about racism and racial differences have contributed to a number of racist beliefs about different people’s sporting abilities, so too have a number of popular arguments contributed to particular explanations of race relations within the sociology of.
Sports has an intense relationship to significant sociological elements including education, leisure, social stratification, social mobility, race and gender issues. Examples of the Significance of Sports in Society. Media spends a great deal of it's resources on sports. Major news papers dedicate at least a quarter of it's pages to sport.
Hargreaves, J., Sport, Power and Culture: A Social and Historical Analysis of Popular Sports in Britain (New York: St Martin’s Press, ). Google Scholar Hargreaves, J., ‘Sport and Socialism in Britain’, Sociology of Sport Journal, 9 (), pp. – Curtis, J.E. and Milton, B.G. () ` Social Status and “The Active Society”: National Data on Correlates of Leisure-Time Physical and Sport Activities ', in R.S.
Gruneau and J.G. Albinson (eds) Canadian Sport: Sociological Perspectives, pp. For instance, Yadav () focused on commercialization of Sports and competition law in India, Slack, () studied social and commercial impact of sport, the role of government regulations.
This volume offers a reflective, multi-disciplinary and partly inter-disciplinary collection of complementary articles concerning ethics, sport and leisure: I.
ethical issues and ethics in sport and sports practiceII. ethical issues in research in sports science andIII.
ethical issues in research in the sociology of sport and leisure.Overview. Designed to prepare you for graduate work in education or a career in the sports and recreation industry, a Sport and Leisure Studies major arms you with the skills you will need to render informed and accurate advice on almost every aspect of the sports world.