Socialization is a prerequisite for all the five categories of sport. It is the prerequisite for the evolution of civility aesthetics, home ground advantage, and tribalism. Sports, on the other hand, have successfully embraced these three aspects of socialization and national character. What are the benefits and drawbacks of different types of sports? How do we socialize our children to take up sports? Let's find out. And if you're still not convinced, read on.
Socialization into sport
A study in Kenya has examined the socialization of secondary school athletes. The study evaluated the social economics status of parents and the impact of mass media on socialization into sport. Six hundred and thirty-six athletes from forty secondary schools were studied. Data were analyzed using one-way analysis of variance and student t-tests. Children from single parent households tended to play basketball than those living in the suburbs. Similarly, certain neighborhoods have more female athletes than others.
A growing number of studies have attempted to understand socialization into sport as a cultural and community process. In particular, researchers have examined sports as sites for story construction, which enables individuals to construct meanings about their lives and worlds. In doing so, they have found that culture is produced, reproduced, and reformed in the telling of stories. Much of this research deconstructs media-based discourses, including the personae of high-profile athletes.
Impact of sports on individual's character
The impact of sports on an individual's character has long been acknowledged, including the value of state-sponsored physical education and adult-organized children's sports programs. These socializing agents were said to inculcate desirable behaviors and traits in young athletes. Nevertheless, there are varying levels of evidence on how sports affect character and relationships. The following article discusses the impact of sports on character. It also discusses the impact of sports on relationships and thoughts.
Globalization has had a profound impact on the development of sports. In the early twentieth century, Western imperialism reached its apogee and colonized peoples were compelled to adopt Western sports. The process of globalization is characterized by the development of national sports organizations, standardized rules, and worldwide acceptance of these rules. It also resulted in the emergence of special competitions, such as the Olympic Games.
Influence of sports on national character
Globalization and the influence of sports are interwoven processes. Sports and the global flow of ideas are increasingly influencing local cultures, reducing differences and creating new body cultures and identities. In some cases, global sports have unintended consequences. But the globalization of sports may have positive and negative consequences. The era of mass sports is a time of globalization and competition. The influence of sports on national character is still contested.
A growing number of studies have seen socialization as an interrelated process involving social institutions. Critical theory, poststructuralism, and cultural studies have been applied to this problem. Many have also emphasized the role of sports as sites for story construction, which is a crucial aspect of culture. Whether viewed as a source of cultural identity or a form of socialization, sports provide an environment for understanding basic processes and structures of national character.