Jump to navigation Jump to search Complex fluids are binary mixtures that have a coexistence between two phases: They exhibit unusual mechanical responses to applied stress or strain due to the geometrical constraints that the phase coexistence imposes.
Traditionally, sport has been seen as a male domain; women have been seen as supporters or as people without interest in sport.
Sports that are appropriate for men and those that are appropriate for women have been clearly differentiated. Cultural factors can influence the type of sports that individuals within that society participate in.
For example, consider the sports that are regularly watched or played in Queensland. Are they different from the sports preferred in Western Australia or somewhere further away, such as Canada?
Such differences are the results of different sporting cultures. It is the structural level that provides many insights into how funding is allocated to Figueroas framework.
How can the government, business or media affect sports participation, access to sport and equality in sport?
Institutions such as schools, community groups, sporting clubs, and religious groups are able to help shape positive attitudes to sport and physical activity. Some schools with strong sporting traditions reinforce participation in sport. The institutional level is not just about the influence of schools; it also looks at the availability of facilities and the structure of organised sport within a community.
The rules of different sports are also considered as part of an analysis of the institutional level.
Which institutions have affected your access and equity to sport? How have they influenced your participation, access to facilities, the quality of facilities and your attitudes towards sports? Most of us are influenced, directly or indirectly, by the people around us.
Whose role is the most crucial? Explain which three people have had the greatest influence on your sports participation and why? The reasons vary from person to person. For others, exercise is something that they do for enjoyment.
While each of the other levels has some bearing, decisions about sport and physical activity are ultimately made by the individual. Genes, values, attitudes and personalities are specific to each individual. This is reflected in differences between family members.
Why do you participate in sport? What is it about you that influences your choices behind the sports you play?FIGUEROA`S FRAMEWORK Exercise, sport and physical activity play an important role in many peoples lives.
FIGUEROA`S framework is a series of levels that explain certain factors in society that influence a persons involvement and participation in sport, exercises and physical activities. What is Figueroa’s Framework might you ask, it is a tool used to investigate the issues surrounding access, equity and equality in sport and physical activity that is constructed over five different levels these being individual, interpersonal, institutional, structural and cultural.
Explain why Figueroa’s framework is a useful tool to analyse sport in society. 2. Read the following statements and: 1- agree or disagree, 2- • identify the relevant levels from Figueroa’s framework, and 3 - • list the social aspects that make these statements diffi cult to solve.
We imagine that every time a developer is asked his or her position in the real estate pecking order the only number they recognize is one. Figueroa’s framework explored equity and access through five levels in society: 1.
cultural level 2. structural level 3. institutional level 4. interpersonal level 5. individual level. The levels look at all aspects of society, beginning with the ‘big picture’ of society and working down to the individual. The History of Swimming - Swimming is a physical activity that has that has a long part in human history, that has evolved a lot since the past, and is very beneficial to the health of .