Las múltiples facetas de la participación deportiva: contribuciones de Jean Côté y colaboradores

Iuri Salim de Souza, Lucas Vicentini, Renato Francisco Rodrigues Marques

Resumen

Compreender o desenvolvimento da participação esportiva em diferentes cenários e etapas de en-volvimento com o esporte é uma tarefa que recebe importantes contribuições de pesquisadores de distintas áreas de estudos. Objetivos principais: a) apresentar algumas contribuições de Jean Côté e colaboradores sobre processos de participação esportiva; b) apresentar contribuições que culmina-ram na proposição de dois modelos de compreensão destes processos: o Modelo de Desenvolvimento da Participação Esportiva (DMSP) e suas quatro ondas de pesquisas; o Quadro de Desenvolvimento de Valores Pessoais (PAF). O DMSP apresenta como lacuna a ausência de análises aprofundadas sobre condições sociais ao entorno do jovem atleta. A quarta onda de pesquisas aponta para os possíveis resultados do desenvolvimento esportivo, complementados pelo PAF, uma abordagem ecológica de-senvolvida para contribuir com avanços sobre lacunas deixadas pelo DMSP. Devido a esta relação de complementariedade, acreditamos ser possível propor o PAF como uma quinta onda de pesquisas do DMSP.

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Esportes; Aspectos psicossociais; Pedagogia do Esporte; Jean Côté

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