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Pros and Cons of playing sports the social, mental, and moral aspects!
Transcript of Pros and Cons of playing sports the social, mental, and moral aspects!
2. Make Friends
3. Sports participation can help children
develop social skills that will benefit
them throughout their entire lives.
4. Team building skills
5. Communication Social Mentally Morally Social Morally PROS CONS In the City of Austin, they have a sports and social club. Their number 3 reason for having this club is for meeting new people. Mentally http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/7601017/study-impact-kids-football-head-hits-severe-college-games Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy The Dark side
-need to be #1 Great News for Children that Play Sports! Several studies show that youth who participate in organized sports during middle and high school do better academically and are offered greater job prospects than children who do not partake in sports activities. When the demands of a sport exceed a child's cognitive and physical development, the child may develop feelings of failure and frustration. Degenerative brain disease similar to Alzheimer’s Symptoms Include:
Lack of Insight
Slow Muscular Movements
Deterioration in Attention, Concentration and Memory Chris Henry (age 26)
Ray Easterling (age 62)
Junior Seau (age 43)
Mike Webster (age 50)
Terry Long (age 45) NFL Players with CTE Dave Duerson (age 50)
Andre Waters (age 85)
Justin Strzelczyk (age 36)
Shane Dronett (age 38)
Wally Hilgenberg (age 66) Bibliography Ziegler, T. (2012). Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (cte). Retrieved from http://www.sportsmd.com/articles/id/44.aspx Boosts a child's self esteem Advanced motor skills Relieve stress and reduce depression Learn how to win and lose Learn strategic thinking and math skills Positive body image McEntire, T. (2006, September 29). 10 benefits of playing sports. Retrieved from http://parenting.families.com/blog/10-benefits-of-playing-sports Allows people to feel accepted Character development Improper behavior and poor character. -Cheating scandals
-Disrespect Bracketed morality -in sporting contest anything goes -Athletes may behave differently during a game than in real life. -Respect
-Integrity Doty, J. (2006). Sport build character. Journal of college and character, 7(3), 1-9. Ethical decision making skills Little empirical research exists supporting
that mere participation in and of itself leads
to the development of moral character. In
fact, the opposite appears true, that sport
participation may be more likely to negatively
affect moral character. Morally Can keep people busy and out of trouble This could be due to the fact that when playing sports in school, a student must keep a certain grade or they are not allowed to participate until they have brought their grades up. Children who have a higher self-esteem typically do better academically because they feel confident in themselves. They are also less likely to drop out due to the fact that they love themselves and want what is best for them. Summary Social Mental Moral Price- Mitchell, M. (2012, January 08). The psychology of youth sports [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-moment-youth/201201/the-psychology-youth-sports We can make good friends, and we can make some enemies in sports.
Communicating and becoming a team leader is something sports will help you learn. http://www.values.com/inspirational-stories-tv-spots/106-Basketball Allows people to feel accepted into groups. Builds character both
positive and negative. People may behave differently in a game
that in real life. While raising self-esteem and having a positive body image are extremely important things, a parent must look at the mental risk their child will take by participating in sports and if it is worth it. Austin sports and social club [online forum comment]. Retrieved from
Beller, Jennifer (u.k.). Positive character development in school sport programs.
Davis, A. (2011, November 21). Why should children play sports?