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Titre :  Social integration through sport of people with disabilities
Numéro :  20
Année :  2003
Volume :  IX
Auteur(s) :  Anne MARCELLINI, Eric De LESELEC, Jacques GLEYSE
Résumé :  French-style integration has always emphasised early mixing, maximum attendance at ordinary social venues to promote the social participation of handicapped people. The projected maximum normalisation aims at an ideal assimilation. Handicapped people who have taken on sport in this spirit have embarked on practice in ordinary clubs, trying hard to play the game “identically”. A clinical study carried out through a longitudinal protocol over a period of ten years describes the case of a young paraplegic sportswoman, and follows her career marked by a permanent wish for normalisation supported by the family environment. A qualitative analysis of the psychological, social, sporting and professional evolution of this young woman, between 22 and 32 years, shows that the logic of assimilation, incorporated as a line of conduct, produced pernicious effects which hindered the process of social integration and led the subject to conflicts in representation which resulted in a blocked situation. The study makes it possible to show interactions between representation of self, social identity, representations of sport and the different ways of practising it (leisure sport, top level sport, integrated practice, practice among peers), and emphasises the unusual effects produced by the logic of assimilation in the case studied. It reveals the processes by which sport, which is classically presented as an opportunity for socialisation and integration, may paradoxically lead to social isolation.
Pages :  59 - 72
DOI :  https://www.cairn.info/revue-internationale-de-psychosociologie-2003-20-page-59.htm
Type :  Research paper
Keywords :  social integration, sport, people with disabilities, disabilities
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Citations :  21
CAIRN :  https://www.cairn.info/revue-internationale-de-psychosociologie-2003-20-page-59.htm
 
 
 
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