Cultural sport psychology [ Livre] / Robert J., Schinke

Auteur principal: Schinke, Robert J.Langue: Anglais ; de l'oeuvre originale, Anglais.Publication : Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, 2009Description : 1 vol. (ix-261 p.) ; 29 cmISBN: 9780736071338.Classification: Résumé: This book is the first full text to focus entirely on cultural awareness and its timeliness will spark increased discussion, reflection and research of cultural considerations in sport psychology practice. It offers researchers, practitioners and consultants an excellent starting point for future research and practice. With contributions from a diverse group of established and aspiring experts in sport psychology, the text offers a complete and authoritative look at this developing field. The book focuses on important cultural factors such as religion, gender, personal space and social structure. These factors and many others are laden with cultural assumptions that may contribute, positively or negatively, to athletic performance and an athlete's well-being. The book assists practitioners in creating strategies relative to the culture and context of their clients..Sujet - Nom commun: Sports -- Aspect psychologique | Sports -- -- Social aspects Ressources en ligne:Cliquez ici pour consulter en ligne
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This book is the first full text to focus entirely on cultural awareness and its timeliness will spark increased discussion, reflection and research of cultural considerations in sport psychology practice. It offers researchers, practitioners and consultants an excellent starting point for future research and practice. With contributions from a diverse group of established and aspiring experts in sport psychology, the text offers a complete and authoritative look at this developing field. The book focuses on important cultural factors such as religion, gender, personal space and social structure. These factors and many others are laden with cultural assumptions that may contribute, positively or negatively, to athletic performance and an athlete's well-being. The book assists practitioners in creating strategies relative to the culture and context of their clients.

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