Sport psychology is situated in a broader social and cultural context. Sports-specific cultures, socioeconomic factors, societal values, and policies all influence the work of a sport psychology practitioner. The relationship between the practitioner and client, the consultation, the specific events, processes, and situations are also contexts of sport psychology practice. In this chapter, we aim to address the term “context-driven sport and exercise psychology practice” that was recently introduced in sport psychology literature. This term builds from the special issue in the Journal of Sport Psychology in Action edited by Schinke and Stambulova (2017).
|Titel||The Routledge international encyclopedia of sport and exercise psychology : Theoretical and Methodological Concepts|
|Redaktører||Dieter Hackfort, Robert J. Schinke|
|Publikationsdato||22. apr. 2020|
|Status||Udgivet - 22. apr. 2020|
|Navn||Key Issues in Sport and Exercise Psychology|