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1.4 Societal Influences! Chelsea Davies

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Transcript of 1.4 Societal Influences! Chelsea Davies

1.4 SOCIETAL INFLUENCES
CHELSEA DAVIES SECTION ONE:
What are societal influences? 1) Societal Influences are
things that influence a
person's well-being that
comes from a wider
community or the society
which they live. 2) Media(TV, Magazines,
Radio, Billboards, Social
Networking)
Family
Friends
Religion(Culture, Church) 3) A Societal Influence is
the media (TV, Magazines,
Radio, Billboards, Social
Networking). This Societal
Influence influences or
affects my life, beliefs and/
or values by because if I see something that I like, I will most likely want it and I will go and ask someone if they can get it for me. An
example of this is when there
was an advert on TV advertising Jeans, I asked
Dad if he could by me some
but he said no. Another Societal Influence is my family. This Societal Influence influences or affects my life, beliefs and/or values because they stop from doing things that I want to do. An example of this was when I wanted to go to the movies with my friends, my parents said that I couldn't. I was so upset. Another Societal Influence is my friends. This Societal Influence influences of affects my life, beliefs and/or values because they help me to be who I am. An example of this is I like to sit around and just talk about random things because the people I hang out with like to sit around and talk about things. SECTION TWO:
Activity KI O RAHI BASKETBALL I enjoyed playing Ki O Rahi because I like to do activities outside in the sun. I also it because I like to run around a lot and in Ki O Rahi you have to run around a lot. I enjoyed playing basketball because you get to run around a lot and I really enjoy running. I also liked playing basketball because I got to interact with poeple and I learnt more about some people. This game is appealing to teenagers because it is a game that is played outside in the sun and it is a different way of playing rippa rugby or touch but with a twist. This game is appealing to teenagers because you get to run around a lot and it is a common game known by nearly anyone. It is a good game to people who can jump high and/or is tall, loves running around at a high pace. A major societal influence that influences Basketball is the media because it shows the New Zealand basketball team playing against other teams such as the Australian team. It can make us teens get involved in the game as we might want to play it internationally representing the country. A major influence that influences Ki O Rahi is funding because if you play for school or a sports team, if you can't get funding anymore then you won't be able to travel to your games or you won't be able to get new equipment if the old ones break. SECTION THREE:
Implications for me 1. The direct messages that I get from the Media about Ki O Rahi is that Ki O Rahi isn't a very popular game as it isn't well known as a sport such as Rugby also because it isn't an olympic sport. 1. The direct messages that I get from the Media about Basketball is that it is a very well known sport as we get to watch international games being played on the Television and also because we can also go to the game and watch it live from the stadium. The direct messages that I get from Social Networking about Ki O Rahi is that people don't know much about the sport and don't really talk about it that often. The direct messages that I get from Social Networking is that Basketball is a popular sport and lots of people are interested in what happens within the international teams and don't mind playing Basketball a sport themselves. The direct messages that I get from friends about Ki O Rahi is that it is a boring game and I shouldn't play it unless I enjoy running around for long periods of time and chasing people around. The direct messages that I get from friends about Basketball is that it is a really high impact game and I should play it if I enjoy sprinting up and down the court marking a certain player. 2. The indirect messages that I get from the media about Ki O Rahi is that it is an unknown sport, that not a lot of people know about unless they learnt it at school or from their family as it may be a cultural thing. The media tells me that I should belong to a certain religion/culture in order to play Ki O Rahi. The media also tells me I should value my culture/religion as it is extremely important in your life. Something that is important for my gender/culture is to not be afraid to join in something that you have never played before. The indirect messages that I get from Social Networking about Ki O Rahi is that only some people are really interested in learning about how to play and that you need to be fit and healthy. Social Networking tells me that I should be fit and healthy in order to be able to play Ki O Rahi. Something that I should value is my weight and how I eat because by doing this I will stay fit and healthy and will be able to play Ki O Rahi properly. It is important for me to stay healthy in my culture/religion because it will help me to perform better in physical activities for longer periods of time. The indirect messages that I get from friends about Ki O Rahi is that they might not be able to understand the language and therefore may not be able to play properly because they don't understand. This tells me that I should know the Maori language before I play Ki O Rahi. I should value my language and other people's language as it is important to their culture. Something that is important for my gender/culture is the language that I speak as it helps my friends to realise who I am. 2. The indirect messages that I get from the Media about Basketball is that you need to be of a certain gender and a certain becasue of what we see when we watch international Basketbal games on the T.V. The media tells me that I should be tall and skinny and really fit. Something that I should value is my weight management and staying healthy as it will allow me to stay fit and healthy. Something that is important for my gender/culture is that I should be a male to be able to play basketball, as we mainly get to see males play basketball on T.V. The indirect messages that I get from Social Networking about Basketball is that Basketball is a very popular game and you can pursue basketball as a career. Social Networking tells me that I should be more interested in Basketball as it is a well known sport. Something that I should value is the fact that Basketball is a well known sport and that New Zealand has an international Basketball team who play against other countries. Something that is important for my gender/culture is that we should be more supportive of our NZ Basketball team as they represent our country in a popular sport. The indirect messages I get from friends about Basketball is that you can get alot of support from those people around you. My friends tell me that I should not be afraid/shy to ask people to help me in order to be a good Basketball player. Something I should value is my self-confidence as this allows me to be able to go out and ask those people who can help me. Something that is important for my gender/culture is that we should be less afraid to go and ask others for help when we need it. 3. The media influences my participation in Ki O Rahi because it shows that Ki O Rahi is not a well-known sport, so therefore I may not want to play it as I don't really know much about it.
Social Networking influences my participation in Ki O Rahi because it shows that you need to be fit to be able to play and I am fit as I do trampolining so I am able to last a whole game without getting too tired.
My friends also influence my participation in Ki O Rahi because if they don't want to play or they don't play, I will most likely choose not to play because I won't know anyone else. 3. The media influences my participation in Basketball because Basketball is a well known sport, so therefore I wanted to learn how to play properly so I could be good at it.
Social Networking influences my participation in Basketball because if I know how to play properly then I can become good at playing and then I could pursue Basketball as a career option.
Also my friends influence my participation in Basketball because if they tell me that it is a really fun game then I would want to play it to see if they are correct. SECTION
FOUR:
Implications for others KI O RAHI BASKETBALL 1. The direct messages that others may get from the media about Ki O Rahi is that you need to be young and fit in order to be able to run around the field chasing others.
The direct messages that others might get from Social Networking about Ki O Rahi is that Ki O Rahi isn't a very popular sport and not alot of people know about it and play it. KI O RAHI BASKETBALL Also the direct messages that others might get from their friends about Ki O Rahi is that is a game that you play if you understand the Maori language and the words used in the game. 1. The direct messages that others may get from the media about Basketball is that you also need to be fit and reasonably tall to be able to defend and attack properly.
The direct messages that others might get from Social Networking about Basketball is that it is an extremely popular sport and some people play it because they have heard of it through Social Networking. Also the direct messages that others might get from their friends about Basketball is that it is a fun game and they should give it a go to see if they enjoy it. The indirect messages that others may get from Social Networking about Ki O Rahi is that it is a sport that belongs to a certain cultures. Social Networking tells others that they should be of a certain culture to be able to play Ki O Rahi. Others should value their culture and their beliefs because it is what makes you who you are. The importance for other genders/cultures is that you should get involved within your cultural beliefs and have a go at what is in your culture.
Also the indirect messages that others might get from their friends is that they can all have a get together and have a game of Ki O Rahi. Friends tell others that they should be involved on enjoying time together with friends as it is memorable. Others should value their friends because without friends you will be lonely and you will have no one to share your interests with. Something that is important for other genders/cultures is that you should take care of your friends and you should be willing to accept a day/night with them. 2. The indirect messages that other may get from Media about Ki O Rahi is that you have to go find out how to play Ki O Rahi and also the rules as Ki O Rahi is not a sport that is on T.V or the Radio or in the Newspaper. The Media tells others that they should be interested in playing Ki O Rahi because if you aren't interested in playing you won't go and get the information needed to play. Others should value their interests as these are what leads people to a career. Something that is important for other genders/cultures is that you should go and follow your interests and see where you end up. 2. The indirect messages that others may get from the Media about Basketball is that it is a male only sport. This tells others that Basketball is supposedly a male only sport without realizing that there are females who play at an international level. Others should value the importance of the media and how it makes us aware of who plays basketball, what the "requirements" are, without us realizing that there are other parts to Basketball than what we see and understand. Something that is important for other genders/cultures is that you shouldn't believe just what you see on the T.V or hear on the Radio you should go and research it before you make a judgement.
The indirect messages that others may get from Social Networking about Basketball is that it is a very well-known sport and lots of people play it. Social Networking tells others that it is a popular sport and that they should be interested in it. Others should value those people who do compete internationally for their country and that they should support them because they must be good as they are playing in the top team for the country. Something that is important for other genders/cultures is that you should be proud of those people who represent your country/culture for a sport.
Also the indirect messages that others might get from their friends is that Basketball can be played when ever you want to and you can use for a social gathering to catch up with your friends. Friends tell others that they should be willing to accept an offer to a gathering so that they can have a good time. Others should value their friends because they are the people who make your life whole because without them you will be lonely. Something that is important for other genders/cultures is that you should accept your friends for who they are. 3. The media can influence others participation in Ki O Rahi as it isn't a very popular sport, so they won't know about Ki O Rahi so they won't want to play it.
Social Networking can influence others participation in Ki O Rahi as it is seen as a cultural sport, so they may not want to play it because it's not in their culture.
Friends can also influence others participation because if their friends don't want to play, then they most likely won't want to play because their friends won't be there. 3. The media can influence others participation in Basketball because it is commonly known as a "male only" sport, so females won't want to play.
Social Networking can influence others participation in Basketball because they might want to see for themselves how fun or boring Basketball is.
Friends can also influence others participation in Basketball because they can use it as a gathering, so that they can all catch up with each other.
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