Autobiografia

ISSN: 2353-8694     DOI: 10.18276/au.2017.2.9-07
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Lista wydań / nr 2 (9) 2017
Athletic Mobility
(Mobilność atlety)

Rok wydania:2017
Liczba stron:11 (83-93)
Słowa kluczowe: koszykówka trenerstwo etnografia praca talent
Autorzy: Kasia Boddy
University of Cambridge

Abstrakt

Opierając się na książce Black Men Can’t Shoot (Czarni nie umieją rzucać) Scotta N. Brooksa, wydanej w roku 2008 roku etnograficznej analizie akademickich drużyn koszykarskich w Filadelfii, autorka artykułu zestawia ze sobą koncepcje pracy i talentu jako źródła sportowego sukcesu uznawane zazwyczaj za niewspółmierne. Autor komentowanej przez nią książki dekonstruuje mit wrodzonego i zależnego m.in. od rasy talentu predysponującego do uprawiania jakiejś dyscypliny (tu: koszykówki) i dochodzi do wniosku, że nawet na poziomie amatorskim sukces zależy raczej od sposobu alokacji cielesnych zasobów – zarządzania siłami zawodnika, możliwości nawiązywania biznesowych kontaktów itp. – niż od umiejętności, finezji czy stylu gry.
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