‘I wouldn't do anything differently ... Although I won't let my child go in that direction’

Successful Hungarian Olympians’ understandings and experiences at the close of elite sport careers

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.05.06

Kulcsszavak:

egyéni fenntarthatóság, fenomenológia, hivatásos sportoló, identitás, sport

Absztrakt

Miközben a sportsikerek személyes identitásra gyakorolt hatása széles körben ismert, kevesebb figyelem terelődik arra, hogyan látja ezt az egyén, sportolói perspektívából. A hivatásos sport a verseny, az individualizmus és a hatékonyság logikáját követve elüzletiesedik, míg a sportolói csúcsteljesítményre gyakran a társadalmi bajok gyógyírjaként tekintünk: mert követendő példát mutat a jövő generációi számára, és felvértez egészségünk megőrzésére. Ez a kettősség tükröződik az élsportolók látásmódjában is: tapasztalataikban, reflexióikban és emlékeikben. A kutatás célja, hogy a sportolók tapasztalatain keresztül elemezze hogyan határozza meg a hivatásos sport a sportolói identitást, és annak az egyéni fenntarthatóságra gyakorolt hatását. Az eredmények azt mutatják, hogy (1) az edző szerepe kulcsfontosságú a hivatásos sportoló harmonikus karrierjéhez, (2) a sport egyfajta védőburok, ahol fontos az életre szóló karriertervezés és (3) a hivatásos sportolói identitást kognitív disszonancia jellemzi.

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Attila Szathmári, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

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Szathmári, A. (2021). ‘I wouldn’t do anything differently . Although I won’t let my child go in that direction’: Successful Hungarian Olympians’ understandings and experiences at the close of elite sport careers. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 52(5), 68–78. https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.05.06

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