TITLE

Individualisierungstendenzen im Sport von Heranwachsenden - revisited Tendencies towards individualization in adolescent sports revisited

AUTHOR(S)
Burrmann, Ulrike; Seyda, Miriam; Heim, Rüdiger; Konowalczyk, Svenja
PUB. DATE
December 2016
SOURCE
Sport und Gesellschaft;Dec2016, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p113
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Im Jahr 2003 gingen Jürgen Baur und Ulrike Burrmann der Frage nach, inwieweit sich Sportengagements von Jugendlichen individualisiert haben. Die meisten Annahmen mussten verworfen werden. Vor dem Hintergrund aktueller gesellschaftlicher Entwicklungen wird im vorliegenden Beitrag anhand von Zeitreihendaten dieser Frage erneut nachgegangen. Hinterfragt wird aber auch, ob sich der Einfluss vertikaler sozialstruktureller Merkmale auf die Beteiligung am (Vereins-)Sport seit den 1970er Jahren abgeschwächt hat und ob dieser Zusammenhang in den letzten Jahren wieder enger geworden ist. Die Befunde werden diskutiert, wobei zum einen auf methodische Probleme der Datenbasis und zum anderen auf Unschärfen der Individualisierungsthese eingegangen wird. In 2003, Jürgen Baur and Ulrike Burrmann published a paper examining the extent of individualization in adolescent sports involvement, and found that the results disproved most of their hypotheses. Against the backdrop of recent societal developments, this paper will once more seek to explore individualization in adolescent sports involvement, this time using time series data. It will also examine whether the influence of vertical socio-structural features on participation in (club) sports has diminished since the 1970s or whether this correlation has increased again in recent years. The findings will be discussed, also addressing methodological problems with the database and the lack of conceptual clarity in the theory of individualization.
ACCESSION #
120507596

 

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