Parental influence upon the socialization of children into sport
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Written in English


  • Sports for children -- Social aspects,
  • Sports for children -- Psychological aspects,
  • Socialization,
  • Parent and child,
  • Sex role in children

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Statementby Allison R. Parker.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 119 leaves.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13552509M

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  Just as young children pretend to be doctors or lawyers, play house, and dress up, adults also engage anticipatory socialization, the preparation for future life roles. Examples would include a couple who cohabitate before marriage, or soon-to-be parents who read infant care books and prepare their home for the new : William Little. Parents who pressure their children to win and communicate, either overtly or covertly, that the outcome is more important than the process, appear to promote their children in high levels of negative sport-related behaviors. 13 In addition, Anshel and Mansouri 18 found that parental expectations of competitive athletes significantly increased Cited by: 2.   Fatherhood Socialization of Masculinity through Sport Men see sport as a means to develop close relationships with their sons (Gottzén and Kremer-Sadlik ). Fathers can practice inclusive masculinity when coaching their sons; the priority is to support their sons via positive reinforcement and effort given for the son (Gottzén and Kremer Author: Joseph M Serrato. Gender roles are stereotypes that are culturally based which create expectations for appropriate behavior for males versus females. An understanding of these roles is evident in children as young as age 4 and are extremely important for their social development. Gender roles are influenced by the media, family, environment, and society.