Sport cannot be simply reduced to a mere intense physical exercise, but on the contrary, it should be considered a powerful field of socio-cultural experiences, where specific habitus are built (Bourdieu, 1980). Here is presented a research, predominantly conducted on the team sport called Tchoukball, whose aim was to make a comparison on motor action properties in players of different sports, with at least three years of experience in their fields of practice. The main hypothesis is that sport practice leads to different behaviours, not only on a physical level, but also on a socio-cultural one, which is transmitted in and through different fields of practice, as a "tendency to action". To verify the hypothesis, three groups of players have been chosen, respectively among individual, team and Tchoukball Sports; each group played "Sitting Ball", a paradoxical motor game used as a kind of "neutral game", to verify different trends of both individual and collective choices among every player, and between groups too. Sitting Ball lends itself well to this aim because it allows freedom on personal choices. The results here reported have mainly confirmed our hypothesis, so that we can claim the empirical experiences have brought to light some important educational value connected to different processes of incorporation. Essentially, Tchoukers have shown important percentage of both solidarity and cooperation behaviour, different and higher in respect to players of other sports groups.

LE TCHOUKBALL : « LE SPORT DE DEMAIN » ? RECHERCHE CONSACRÉE À L'IDENTIFICATION DE PROPRIÉTÉS NON AGRESSIVES D’ACTION MOTRICE DANS LE CHAMP DES ACTIVITÉS PHYSIQUES ET SPORTIVES.

Bortolotti Alessandro
2021

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Sport cannot be simply reduced to a mere intense physical exercise, but on the contrary, it should be considered a powerful field of socio-cultural experiences, where specific habitus are built (Bourdieu, 1980). Here is presented a research, predominantly conducted on the team sport called Tchoukball, whose aim was to make a comparison on motor action properties in players of different sports, with at least three years of experience in their fields of practice. The main hypothesis is that sport practice leads to different behaviours, not only on a physical level, but also on a socio-cultural one, which is transmitted in and through different fields of practice, as a "tendency to action". To verify the hypothesis, three groups of players have been chosen, respectively among individual, team and Tchoukball Sports; each group played "Sitting Ball", a paradoxical motor game used as a kind of "neutral game", to verify different trends of both individual and collective choices among every player, and between groups too. Sitting Ball lends itself well to this aim because it allows freedom on personal choices. The results here reported have mainly confirmed our hypothesis, so that we can claim the empirical experiences have brought to light some important educational value connected to different processes of incorporation. Essentially, Tchoukers have shown important percentage of both solidarity and cooperation behaviour, different and higher in respect to players of other sports groups.
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