3 Did you trust your teachers or coaches growing up 4 Is winning more important

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3. Did you trust your teachers or coaches growing up? 4. Is winning more important than pain? *** PEER RESPONSES flynn Safe exercise, for youths, alleviates symptoms of mental illness. Do youths maintain exercise? What, for youths, is associated with concussions? How to address mental health, among youths? Does physical activity benefit mental health, for youths?
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4C ***PEER WARSEER RESPONSE wade Variability in the collective behaviour of England fans at Euro2004: 'Hooliganism', public order policing and social change This is a sociological study performed on English soccer crowds at the 2004 championship. I this case ir researchers wanted to see in what was could they decrease the levels of violent be and possibility of a riot. They hypothesized that it could be do e through train n the crowd top self regulated or that it could be done through crowd policing. In big games English soccer fans have been known to be more rowdy than other countries. To fin f2f pit why a study was done through survey and compared to a eleborated social identity model of crowd behavior (ESIM). The study found that English fans were simply more passionate about the game than others and that the violent crowd behavior was learned. They concluded that crowd control was best handled through change in policy
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and policing rules rather than expecting the crowd to show self-control. I found the study to be unique in how it examined the motive behind the behavior and not just how to change it. I agree that with more passionate crowds you see a rise in violence and this study can be applied to other country and show the same results. References Stott, C., Adang, O., Livingstone, A., & Schreiber, M. (2007). Variability in the collective behaviour of England fans at Euro2004: ‘Hooliganism’, public order policing and social change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37(1), 75– 100. ***PEER WARSEER RESPONSE Ochoa The Characteristics of Coaches that Verbally or Physically Abuse Young Athletes.
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