The impact of football on the socialisation of female student athletes in South Africa

Many studies have investigated the socialisation impacts on sport participants, but few have examined the reciprocal socialisation that occurs in the households of the children or youth who participate. This paper utilises social cognitive theory, symbolic interactionism and sport socialisation to examine the reciprocal socialisation patterns in South African women's football.

Date
: 03 November 2016
Author
: Clark, C.; Burnett, C,
Year
: 2010
Publication
: African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD)
Media Type
: Article
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