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Running head: RESEARCH SKILLSPhysical activity participationName of the studentName of the UniversityAuthor’s note
1RESEARCH SKILLSSummaryTopic - “When the Physical Activity Participation Promotes inactivity: Negative experiences ofSpanish Adolescents in Physical Education and Sport”.This article analyzes the negative effects cause from the sports and physical education. Thismethod is to be proved by a qualitative analysis by taking interviews of some teenagers whodoesn’t do any physical activity. Physical inactivity is the most recent scenario in the Westernindustrialized societies and has become a great concern for the well being and public health. TheHealth department and World health Organization together are trying to support focus of thechildren and the youth in the physical activity. The teenagers who are physically not active and ishabituated to lead mostly stationary lifestyles cannot experience the benefits of activities andexercises. Lack in physical activity a person may damage the proper growth and development inthe health of teenagers and have a negative effect on their fitness and health. Lack of physicalactivity in teenager may leads to cardiovascular disease, increase in blood pressure, cholesteroland so on. Although performance is understood as productive and gets efficient results forobjectives, the value or the worth of the person depends on the performance of the person. Therecan be negative performances with respect to anxieties, struggles and disappointments. Theculture in performativity contains as whole a series of knowledge and technologies. This paperhas given the physical performance of the youth which has long been in research to createenjoyment. The procedure of research followed the quantitative data collection withsemistructured interviews lasting for 45 minutes to 1 hour. This was the tape recorded interviewwith the inactive adolescents. There was comparative strategy for feeding the analysis of theresults of inactivity and less of physical exercises. The informants in the quantitative phase weremade of the activities that can be reported by own and estimated energy expenditure. The
2RESEARCH SKILLSparticipants were aged from 17 to 18 years. The intensity of activity and the average values areassigned with the activities in epidemiological studies. The physical activity index was expressedin kcal/kg/day. The people who remain inactive generally they used to get rejection andexclusion from the peer group. The inactive students gave views on their bas experiences in thecurriculum. This is the performativity culture which is often symbolized with violence.According to certain inactive girls, certain teachers showed more favoritism towards boys andgave better marks on the basis. This paper thus gave a research based study on the results of thephysical inactive and the negative reasons and causes associated with it.Annotated bibliographyBeltrán-Carrillo, V. J., Devís-Devís, J., Peiró-Velert, C., & Brown, D. H. (2012). Whenphysical activity participation promotes inactivity: Negative experiences of Spanishadolescents in physical education and sport. Youth & Society, 44(1), 3-27.In this article Beltrán-Carrillo et al, (2012) reviews about the negative experiences ofSpanish adolescents in physical education and sport which could be identified by the physicalactivity participation that promotes inactivity. The authors here tried to identify the root cause ofthe negative experiences and inactivity among the adolescents and whether it was linked to thesocial experiences. The method used was the qualitative data collection gathered from theacademic year of 2004-2005 with semi structured interviews among the teenagers of 17-18 yearsof age. The author suggested the possible reasons are associated mainly with the gender biases,punishments, scolding. Thus it can be concluded that the inactive adolescents had differentnegative experiences and clearly related to social experiences.
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