Impact of Parents/Coaches on Young Athletes
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This paper argues that positive parental role models can encourage young men and women to grow as people because of their sporting experiences, to become more active in sports, and to see that athletic activities are about more than simply winning and losing. The paper also argues that coaches who genuinely care about their charges can boost the self-esteem levels of children and convince those under their care that there is something gratifying and meaningful about playing a team sport or an individual sport. The paper shows how young people who play sports - just like young people who involve themselves in any extra-curricular activity - are highly impressionable and psychologically vulnerable, and can easily be shaped for good or ill by the adults around them.
From the Paper:"Parents and coaches play vital roles in how much enjoyment children or youth will derive from participation in sports. To wit, if a parent is demanding, abusive or uninvolved, the psychological torment for the child can be considerable. In a related vein, if a young person has for a coach someone who is authoritarian, insensitive and irresponsible, the youngster will invariably suffer negative psychological effects - and may even decide that the sport in question is not for him or her. With all that in mind, the following paper will look at the psychological effects that..."
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