Children and Organised Sport

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Index
abuse cases xiv, 13, 16 see also physical abuse; sexual abuse
adults
career abusers 52
harm to children 66, 67–8
role in sport for children 9–11, 23
see also parents
adults’ awareness
bullying 57, 61–2, 72, 73
emotional harm 72
peers’ behaviour 61–3
aggression: see physical aggression
aggressive play 31, 32
American Academy of Pediatrics 26
archery example 27
asthma attack 41
athletics 22, 23, 33, 39, 55
Australian study 15
authority figures 38
Barret, B. xiv, 13, 16
basketball 4
battered child syndrome 19
Belgian study 15
belittling of child 45, 46, 67
best interests of child
coaches 38
demands of sport 28
overlooked 43, 52
sport ethic 52
UNCRC xv, 26, 71
boarding schools 14
body image 2, 68
Brackenridge, C. 2, 3, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 37
Brenner, J. S. 26
Bringer, J. D. 14
bullying
adults’ awareness 61–2, 72, 73
dealing with 70, 73
homophobic 68
impact of 57, 58–9
individual/team sports 22–3, 68
peers/team mates 56, 68
reporting of 8
bum grabbing 31, 59
Canadian studies 15, 45
Cawson, P. xiii, xiv, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20
Cense, M. 15, 16, 37
character building excuse 62–3
child protection 51, 69–71
Child Protection in Sport Steering Group 70
Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) 69, 70
child welfare 13
children’s rights xv–xvi
child protection 51, 69–71
coaches 48, 52
punishment 44
training vs exploitation 28
UNCRC 65, 71
see also best interests of child
church organisations 14
clique mentality 72
coach–athlete relationship 13, 37, 53, 66
coaches
as authority figures 38
best interests of child 38
children’s rights 48, 52
codes of practice 70
competition 48
dealing with bullying 73
emotional harm 33, 38, 39, 45–6, 67
encouragement from 9, 73
habitual behaviour 46–7
losing tempers 48
monetary rewards 43
and parents 37
physical aggression and violence 43–4
physical appearance of athletes 17, 45, 49
physical harm 38, 39, 40–3
sexual harassment 33, 38, 39–40, 68
sexual harm 38
shouting 10, 21, 22, 31–2, 34, 45, 47, 67
spectators’ behaviour 51

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