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Parental influence on tennis players : case studies
Delforge, Catherine (Centre de Recherche en Sciences du Sport)
Le Scanff, Christine (Centre de Recherche en Sciences du Sport)

Data: 2006
Resum: The aim of this study is to better understand the failure of young gifted athletes and the influence the parents / child relationships has on it. Three case studies are developed in order to put them back in their context. Interviews were carried out with players / parents / coaches. The players were specifically chosen as they had not reached elite level, despite very promising results in the junior leagues. The content analysis points out some favorable roles played by parents and other rather negative ones. It appears that their influence is closely linked to numerous interacting factors (parental values, motivations, parents / child, parents / coach relationships. . . ). The case studies also clearly stress the importance of the choices made during the childs training, how they are linked to parental values, as well as the possible consequences of negative father / athlete relationships. Practical applications of this study should be taken into account to favor athletes carrer.
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Llengua: Anglès.
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Matèria: Parental influence ; Sports failure ; Case studies
Publicat a: Revista de psicología del deporte, Vol. 15, Núm. 2 (2006) , p. 233-248, ISSN 1988-5636



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