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6 Cards in this Set

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social constraints
encourage socially acceptable motor behaviours while discouraging other motor behaviours that are socially unacceptable
gender typing
form of social-cultural constraint
boys do masculine sport while girls do feminine sports
can restrict individuals from certain activities
sex is a ______
gender is a _____
individual constraint ;environmental constraint
significant others
people that influence your actions considered social agents
parents:gender of child and parents matters,important in early childhood
siblings:important in childhood diminish after childhood
peers: important after childhood influence group activities,active child can become nonactive (sedentary) due to peers
teachers/coaches:reinforce social patterns
social situations
environment and games acts as constraints
personal attributes
perceived sport ability also plays social role