FYSISK AKTIVITET OG SOCIAL DELTAGELSE: KVALITATIVT FELTSTUDIE BLANDT UNGE I EN DANSK SYVENDEKLASSE

  • Pia Wichmann Henriksen
  • Bjørn E. Holstein
  • Malene Kubstrup Nelausen
  • Liselotte Ingholt

Resumé

We investigated school children’s intentions to participate or not to participate in physical
activities. The empirical material is a six month field study with participant observation
and qualitative interviews in a Danish seven grade class. The article’s theoretical standpoint
is social practice theory and critical psychology.
Almost all school children are physically active, especially in their leisure time. During
school hours we do not see the exact same picture. For the participants it is of key importance
to socialize with friends, to participate and to avoid social exclusion, but not to
be physically active. The article illustrates how the school context is a contributor to the
patterning of physical activity and physical inactivity.

Publiceret
2015-12-22
Citation/Eksport
Henriksen, P., Holstein, B., Nelausen, M., & Ingholt, L. (2015). FYSISK AKTIVITET OG SOCIAL DELTAGELSE: KVALITATIVT FELTSTUDIE BLANDT UNGE I EN DANSK SYVENDEKLASSE. Psyke & Logos, 36(1), 21. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/psyke/article/view/22841