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Gruppen und Beziehungen im Sport

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Zusammenfassung

Gruppen und Beziehungen sind konstitutiv für das Handeln im Sport. Das Ziel dieses Beitrages ist es daher, gruppen- und beziehungsbezogene Prozesse im Sport zu beleuchten. Hierzu werden zunächst zentrale Begriffe definiert und verschiedene Gruppen- und Beziehungsstrukturen erläutert. Daraufhin werden ausgewählte gruppen- und beziehungsbezogene Prozesse dargestellt und Ansatzstellen zur Prozessregulation aufgezeigt. Zusammen mit Hinweisen auf Spezifika von Forschungsmethoden zur Untersuchung von Gruppen und Beziehungen können schließlich Perspektiven für Forschung und Praxis abgeleitet werden.

Dieser Beitrag ist Teil der Sektion Sportpsychologie, herausgegeben vom Teilherausgeber Dieter Hackfort, innerhalb des Handbuchs Sport und Sportwissenschaft, herausgegeben von Arne Güllich und Michael Krüger.

Schlüsselwörter

  • Team
  • Mannschaft
  • Gruppenprozesse
  • Soziale Basisregulation
  • Forschungsmethoden

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Pels, F., Kleinert, J., Hackfort, D. (2019). Gruppen und Beziehungen im Sport. In: Güllich, A., Krüger, M. (eds) Sport in Kultur und Gesellschaft. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53385-7_45-1

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