The New Psychology of Sport and Exercise

The Social Identity Approach
 
 
SAGE Publications Ltd (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 31. August 2020
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  • 536 Seiten
 
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′The Roger Federer, the Steffi Graf, the Usain Bolt of all books about the psychology of sport, packed with insight and wisdom' - Brian Viner, Sports writer and author of Pelé, Ali, Lillee, and Me

This is the first textbook to explore and explain the contribution of social groups and social identity to all aspects of sports and exercise - from leadership, motivation and communication to mental health, teamwork, and fan behaviour. In the context of increasing recognition of the importance of group processes for athletic performance, engagement in exercise and the business of sport, this book offers a new way of understanding, researching and practicing sport and exercise psychology

Written by an international team of researchers at the cutting edge of efforts to apply social identity principles to the world of sport and exercise, this will be an essential resource for students, teachers and practitioners who are keen to be at the forefront of thinking and practice.

1. Auflage
  • Englisch
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  • Großbritannien
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S. Alexander Haslam is Professor of Psychology and Australian Laureate Fellow at the University of Queensland. His research focuses on the study of group and social identity processes in social, organizational, health and sport contexts.


In May 2017, Alexander was awarded the British Psychological Society's Presidents' Award.

Interview: Alex Haslam on Teams and Trump Katrien Fransenis an Assistant Professor of Performance Psychology at the Department of Movement Sciences at KU Leuven. Her research focuses on how shared leadership can benefit sport team effectiveness and athlete well-being, with a particular emphasis on the role of social identity processes.
Filip Boen is Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology and Head of Department at KU Leuven. His research focuses on the psychology of sports fans and on the ways in which this is shaped by, and shapes, team-based social identities.
Section 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Towards a new psychology of sport and exercise - Filip Boen, Katrien Fransen & S. Alexander Haslam
Chapter 2: The social identity approach to sport and exercise psychology - S. Alexander Haslam, Katrien Fransen, Filip Boen & Stephen Reicher
Section 2: Performance
Chapter 3: Leadership - Niklas K. Steffens, Katrien Fransen & S. Alexander Haslam
Chapter 4: Communication - Kim Peters
Chapter 5: Teamwork and group performance - Matthew J. Slater, Will Thomas & Andrew L. Evans
Chapter 6: Motivation - Katharine H. Greenaway, Sindhuja Sankaran, Svenja A. Wolf & Jardine Mitchell
Chapter 7: Cognition and performance - Jessica Salvatore, Sindhuja Sankaran & DaZané Cole
Chapter 8: Attribution - Pete Coffee, Patti Parker, Ross Murray & Simon Kawycz
Chapter 9: Emotion and emotion regulation - Svenja A. Wolf, Amit Goldenberg & Mickaël Campo
Section 3: Participation
Chapter 10: Physical activity - Mark Stevens, Tegan Cruwys, Tim Rees, S. Alexander Haslam, Filip Boen & Katrien Fransen
Chapter 11: Group-based physical activity participation - Mark R. Beauchamp & Joseph J. O'Rourke
Chapter 12: Youth development - Mark W. Bruner, Luc J. Martin, M. Blair Evans & Alex J. Benson
Chapter 13: Team identity development - Jamie B. Barker, S. Alexander Haslam, Katrien Fransen, Matthew J. Slater, Craig White & Niels Mertens
Section 4: Physical and Psychological Health
Chapter 14: Social support - Christopher Hartley, S. Alexander Haslam, Tim Rees & Pete Coffee
Chapter 15: Mental health and resilience - Tegan Cruwys, Mark Stevens, Catherine Haslam, S. Alexander Haslam & Lisa Olive
Chapter 16: Career transitions - Lisa M. O'Halloran & Catherine Haslam
Section 5: Partisanship
Chapter 17: Fan behaviour and loyalty - Filip Boen, Daniel L. Wann, Iouri Bernache-Assollant, S. Alexander Haslam & Katrien Fransen
Chapter 18: Crowd behaviour and hooliganism - Clifford Stott
Section 6: Politics
Chapter 19: Comparing the social identity approach with self-determination theory - Michael J. Platow & Diana M. Grace
Chapter 20: The political psychology of sport - Stephen D. Reicher, Meredith Schertzinger & Fergus Neville
Sport and exercise psychology likes its theories. Unfortunately, though, we have been a little too narrow in

developing, studying and applying these. For this reason, I'm delighted to see social identity theorising given such extensive and accessible coverage in this masterful book. Through their focus on individuals as group members situated and acting within the social contexts of sport and exercise, the authors really move the field forward. This is vital if we are to properly understand and harness people's involvement in this increasingly important domain.





-- Stuart Biddle This first-rate volume offers a new and comprehensive approach to sport. The social identity analysis it presents systematizes a wide range of topics and disparate findings under a single theoretical umbrella. This will re-invigorate thinking and provide a guiding light for creative research and practice across many fields. An amazing must-read text that speaks powerfully to the crucial role of social identity in all facets of sport. -- Nyla R Branscombe I have loved sport all my life and written about it for much of my career. I didn't think I could ever see it anew, from a fresh perspective. But this fascinating, compelling book has enabled me to do just that, giving a truly valuable insight not just into how sportsmen and women tick, but also into what drives and shapes the multitudes who lionise them. -- Brian Viner Coming up with new ways of thinking about the psychology of sport and exercise is a challenge that we should all embrace and be excited about. Social identity research provides an opportunity for us to do just this. This volume provides fascinating insights across a number of different areas which resonate strongly with my own professional journey within high-performance sport. Its currency lies in its ability to articulate a current and authentic approach which has been overlooked in the literature. This will be a game changer. -- Ian Mitchell, PhD

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