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Niedbalski Jakub (University of Łódź)
Tytuł
The Process of Becoming an Active Disabled Person - the Psycho-Social Mechanisms of Sport's Influence on Physically Disabled Individuals
Źródło
Polish Sociological Review, 2015, nr 4, s. 529-548, bibliogr. 87 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Osoby niepełnosprawne, Pobudzanie aktywności, Wywiad pogłębiony, Teorie socjologiczne
Disabled people, Activity stimulation, In-depth interview, Sociological theories
Uwagi
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Abstrakt
The article raises the notions of changes that take place in the life of a physically handicapped person which are caused by their engagement in a sports activity. In the article I make an attempt to reconstruct the detailed mechanisms of sport's influence on the life of a physically handicapped person, pointing to the manner in which physical activity supports the reconstruction of self-perception, a redefinition of their role, and the acquisition of a cognitive perspective of people meaningful to the individual. I refer to the subjective perspective of those researched, rendering their own point of view into the major subject of analysis. Hence, the research exploits qualitative data, collected during in-depth free interviews and observations conducted among the disabled practicing sports. Analysis and interpretation of the research material was performed in accordance with the procedures of grounded theory.(original abstract)
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