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Socialization through physical activity: The role of parental behaviors

Socialization through physical activity: The role of parental behaviors

The impact of parental behaviors on a child’s sports participation can be examined in two ways. One is the level of parental involvement in the child’s sports activities and the other is the role of parental role modeling. Continue reading Socialization through physical activity: The role of parental behaviors

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Socialization through physical activity: the role of the family

Physical activity and play, both individually and in groups, are the main force in socializing in childhood. Participating in physical activity, play, or sports can lead to social bonding among children, followed by increased social behavior and ultimately social acceptance. Continue reading Socialization through physical activity: the role of the family

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Socialization through motor development: The role of influential factors

Socialization through motor development: The role of influential factors
Mryam Nezakat Alhosseini, Ph. D
Associate Professor of motor behavior, Sports Sciences Faculty, University of Isfahan

Children have limited social interaction in the first few months of their life. A form of social attachment can be seen in a child’s effort to contact his or her favorite objects. Continue reading Socialization through motor development: The role of influential factors

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