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The Role of Parents in Talented Youth Sport. Does Context Matter?

Published Online: 27 Nov 2013
Page range: 117 - 122
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Introduction. The present study investigates the characteristics of the environmental factors that influence the structure of sport amongst young people; alongside this, the study also attempts to describe the influential role of parents in the development of sporting talent; finally, the study emphasizes the significance of parents' educational beliefs concerning the acquisition of life-long social skills through participation in sport in demanding competitive environments. Material and

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