Você Está Sentado em Um Campo de Futebol, no Calor, Bebendo Gatorade ... Eu Estou Sentado em Um Iate Clube Apenas Apreciando a Vista, Apreciando as Bebidas: a Reprodução da Classe Social dos Pais Através da Vela Esportiva Escolar

Por: Anne Schmitt, Gaëlle Sempe e Matthew Atencio.

European Physical Education Review - 2020

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Este artigo examina a utilização da vela em programas esportivos escolares no oeste da França e na Califórnia. A vela tem sido identificada como uma atividade importante nas classes altas, na França e nos EUA, porque envolve habilidades intelectuais, incluindo preparação, tomada de decisões táticas, liderança e solução de problemas. Desenvolvemos os conceitos de classe social de Pierre Bourdieu (1979) para demonstrar como os capitais culturais e econômicos são buscados e reproduzidos em ambientes da vela escolar para manter valores e posições sociais das classes altas. Examinamos entrevistas e observações de campo em um estudo etnográfico comparativo, de jovens velejadores e dos adultos envolvidos, incluindo treinadores, professores e pais. Nossas descobertas indicam que os velejadores escolares das classes altas do Oeste Francês e da Califórnia, assim como os adultos envolvidos, são diferenciados entre si em termos de como priorizam a aquisição de capital econômico e cultural. Esses resultados se alinham aos conceitos de Bourdieu acerca dos valores das classes culturalmente e economicamente dominantes. O reforço do status social e a reprodução do capital econômico e cultural, refletem diferenças das culturas nacionais, bem como estruturas econômicas e sociais subjacentes ao esporte/educação juvenil e escolar. (Trad. Guilherme Pacheco)

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