Ability as an exclusionary concept in youth sport

Hay, Peter J. (2012). Ability as an exclusionary concept in youth sport. In Symeon Dagkas and Kathleen Armour (Ed.), Inclusion and exclusion through youth sport (pp. 87-99) Abingdon Oxon, U.K.: Routledge.

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Author Hay, Peter J.
Title of chapter Ability as an exclusionary concept in youth sport
Title of book Inclusion and exclusion through youth sport
Place of Publication Abingdon Oxon, U.K.
Publisher Routledge
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
Series Routledge Studies in Physical Education and Youth Sport
ISBN 9780415578035
0415578035
Editor Symeon Dagkas
Kathleen Armour
Chapter number 6
Start page 87
End page 99
Total pages 17
Total chapters 17
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract/Summary In this chapter I will offer a socially critical explanation of two key ways in which the concept or notion of ability can influence the engagement and progress of children and young people in sport. In the first instance I will focus on the exclusionary consequences of common and prevailing understandings of ability and their notable influence in numerous talent identification processes. Second, I will offer an alternative social construction conception of ability to demonstrate the arbitrary nature of ability and its potential for influencing the inclusion and exclusion of young people in a movement culture such as sport.
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