Quality of life threats in recreational and competitive sport

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Resumé

Quality of life threats in recreational and competitive sport
Author: ass. Professor Jan Toftegaard Støckel
Key words: sport, stress, depression, illness,
Previous research has shown that personal issues (nutrition, injury, goals and expectations), coach-athlete issues (coach, coaching style, selection) and environmental issues (team atmosphere, support structures) are key determinants for stress, depression and illness in elite sports. In a large scale survey among 4,000 Danish athletes from recreational thru to elite sport a regression analysis show an increase in risk of self-reported stress, depression or illness (SDI) by odds ratio 6,5 in elite sport compared to recreational sport. One in eight athletes reported SDI and highest associations are related to coach behavior. The key question for this abstract is to examine whether men and women are equally vulnerable to SDI at various sport levels and secondly what types of behaviors may pose the biggest threats to athlete welfare.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato31. aug. 2013
StatusUdgivet - 31. aug. 2013
Begivenhed11th European Sociological Association Con: Crisis, Critique and Change - University of Torino, Department of Culture, Politics and Society, Torino, Italien
Varighed: 28. aug. 201331. aug. 2013

Konference

Konference11th European Sociological Association Con
LokationUniversity of Torino, Department of Culture, Politics and Society
LandItalien
ByTorino
Periode28/08/201331/08/2013

Fingeraftryk

competitive sports
quality of life
Sports
threat
athlete
illness
coach
elite
coaching
nutrition
regression analysis
university teacher
welfare
determinants

Citer dette

Støckel, J. T. (2013). Quality of life threats in recreational and competitive sport. Abstract fra 11th European Sociological Association Con, Torino, Italien.
Støckel, Jan Toftegaard. / Quality of life threats in recreational and competitive sport. Abstract fra 11th European Sociological Association Con, Torino, Italien.
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