Sistema Esportivo do Reino Unido: Dinâmica, Funcionamento e Reflexões Para o Brasil

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Podium Sport, Leisure And Tourism Review - v.10 - n.1 - 2021

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Objetivo do estudo: Apresentar o sistema esportivo do Reino Unido, buscando explicar sua dinâmica, funcionamento e estabelecer algumas reflexões para pensar o sistema esportivo brasileiro.

Metodologia: Este estudo utiliza a metodologia proposta por Scheerder, Willem e Claes (2017) e suas cinco questões chave para a compreensão da relação entre Estado e federações esportivas. Os dados foram coletados a partir de banco de dados oficiais, leis, estudos anteriores sobre sistemas esportivos, estatutos de federações esportivas e conselhos e websites de órgãos governamentais e federações esportivas, e analisados com base na análise de conteúdo.

Originalidade/Relevância: Há uma lacuna a discussão da relação entre entidades governamentais e federações esportivas e estudos comparativos envolvendo o Brasil.

Principais resultados: O sistema esportivo do Reino Unido baseia-se nos princípios de independência, parcerias e colaboração entre atores de todos os níveis. Todavia, há centralidade de poder em instituições intermediárias, como a UK Sport e a Sport England. Ao passo que o Sistema esportivo do Reino Unido mostra certo equilíbrio no tratamento do esporte de elite e do esporte de massa, no Brasil a ênfase recai sobre o esporte de elite.

Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: O trabalho utiliza o modelo metodológico de Scheerder, Willem e Claes (2017), dialogando-o com a realidade de dois diferentes paises, avançando na comparação entre eles tendo como pano de fundo o contexto da globalização.

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