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Immigrant and Swedish adolescents' involvement in organized sports activities: an expectancy-value approach.

Tytuł :
Immigrant and Swedish adolescents' involvement in organized sports activities: an expectancy-value approach.
Autorzy :
Jaf, Darun
Özdemir, Metin
Skoog, Therése
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Temat :
IMMIGRANTS
SOCIALIZATION
LIFE expectancy
SPORTS business
SPORTS executives
Źródło :
BMC Psychology; 1/23/2021, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p1-15, 15p
Czasopismo naukowe
Background: Drawing on Eccles' expectancy-value model, we investigated the associations between parents' sports-related socialization behaviors in the family context, youth's sports' values, and youth's involvement in organized sports activities in the Nordic countries. More specifically, we tested the mediating effect of youth's sports' values on the link between socialization of sports in the family setting and youth's sports participation. Further, we examined whether any associations were moderated by youth's immigrant background or gender. Methods: Immigrant and Nordic adolescents (N = 678), in 7th–8th grade, were followed over two consecutive years and responded to surveys during regular class hours. Results: Supporting Eccles' model, we found that sports-related family co-activities significantly predicted youth's prospective sports-related behaviors through youth's sports' values. The mediation process was robust across both Nordic and immigrant youth and adolescent girls and boys. Further, our results revealed that parents' role modeling of sports activities was linked to both the amount of time youth currently spend on sports and their continuation in sports through youth's sports' values, although these associations were only significant for immigrant youth. Conclusions: Our findings offer insights into how participation in organized sports activities can be promoted among both immigrant and Nordic youth and among boys and girls. Most importantly, the findings may have valuable implications for researchers, policymakers and practitioners interested in promoting youth's involvement in organized sports activities. This especially applies to immigrant youth, given that the literature consistently reports lower sports involvement among immigrant youth than their native counterparts. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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