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P5 & P6

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Bryony Summerfield

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P5 & P6
P5 & P6

You have been hired by Devon County Council to help promote sport in Tavistock. They have asked you to focus on minority groups who have a barrier to learning. The promotional campaign must cater for all cultural influences. You will be required to present your promotional campaign to a panel at Devon County Council and be able to answer questions on your proposed campaign.

Barriers to participation
Lack of fitness is used as an excuse. Need to build up fitness to participate. Initially the problem is finding the motivation.

Lack of ability can prevent some people from taking part at a high level, but this shouldn't prevent them from exercising all together. Getting some coaching or joining a class with a friend is a good strategy.
Cultural influences
Gender difference:
has produced inequality in terms of access to participation and sport. Women have been stereotyped into domestic roles, leaving fewer opportunities or activities suitable for them to participate. However, in 1980 a more enlightened and equal approach began to emerge, allowing women's participation in sports to blossom in the UK.


a population whose members identify with each other, usually on the basis of a common genealogy or ancestry, and who are united by common cultural linguistic or religious traits. It can influence what or whether we play or succeed in sport, other peoples attitude and progress.
Barriers to participation
Lack of time is the most common reason for not participating in exercise. People may have to juggle priorities such as: work, parenting and domestic duties. This creates a spectrum with dedicated people at one end and non participants at the other.

Financial, physical and people. Little money, few/poor facilities and lack of team mates.
P5 & P6
P5: Explain the barriers to sports participation.
P6: Explain three cultural influences on sports participation.

Barriers to participation
Busy lifestyle. Culture of long work hours in the UK, which eats into leisure time. However, some people will choose certain sports because of their status, for example, golf or sailing. Conversely, this may put others off joining.

Medical conditions:

Some people with medical conditions need to take exercise whilst under supervision. This can be done with trained instructors who look after their needs. Exercise can help people who are recovering from operations.
Cultural influences
In 2006 new legislation was passed making it illegal to discriminate against anyone on the basis of age. For older people in the sports industry, this means they should be able to continue working for longer if they wish, be just as eligible for promotions as a younger candidate, and have the same terms and conditions of contract. In terms of participation, as people age they take less exercise so greater encouragement is needed here.

Socio-economic groups
: are a concept created in the 20th century to help classify society into different types. This is basically a crude measure, based on income and job type, which produces categories for example: farmers, managers in industry and skilled manual workers. These groups can be useful in considering participation rates and reasons for non - participation.
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P5: Explain the barriers to sports participation

P6: Explain three cultural influences on sports participation
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