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What is a role model?

Role Model: a person looked up to by others as an example to be imitated.

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What are the main factors that affect participation?

Gender
Ethnicity
Age
Friends and Family
Disability

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How does gender affect participation?

Men/Boys are more likely to take part
Discrimination
Less media coverage as boys
Have to look after children
Fewer female role models

4

How does age affect participation?

Children who play sport from a young age take part more when they are older
Little time
Disposable income
Ability to take part is harder

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How does family affect participation?

Provide extra funds for specialist equipment
Provide transport
Can become a role model

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How does disability affect participation?

Can be difficult to take part
Limited facilities
Discrimination

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What is commercialisation?

Commercialisation: the management or exploitation of a person, organisation or activity in a way designed to make a profit.

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What is the media?

Media: a diverse range of technologies that act as a means of mass communication. The media consists of the print media (the press), the broadcast media, the internet or social media, and outdoor media.

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What is a sponsor?

Sponsor: an individual or group, usually a company, that provides financial or other forms of support to an event, activity, person or organisation.

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What is sponsorship?

Sponsorship: provision of funds or other forms of support to an event, activity, person or organisation in return for some kind of commercial return.

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What are the types of sponsorship?

Financial
Clothing and equipment
Facilities

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What are the impacts of sponsorship and the media on a performer?

+ More money for higher wages
+ Turns them into role models
+ More money for equipment
+ Better coaching and training programmes
+ More competitions
- Media can cause stress and pressure
- Mistakes made are very public
- Sponsors make demands that the performer may not agree with
- Less privacy
- Overtraining can lead to injury
- Women are paid less

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What are the impacts of sponsorship and the media on officials?

+ Turn them into role models
+ Develop career paths
- Increased pressure
- Mistakes are very public

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What are the impacts of sponsorship and the media on the sport?

+ Increased interest in the sport
+ More money for the sport
+ Prizes are bigger
+ More competitions
+ More role models
- Rules are changed to fit the media
- Over exposure can cause people to lose interest in the sport

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What are the impacts of sponsorship and the media on the spectators?

+ Events can be watched on the tv
+ Commentary educates them
+ Media provides results
+ Money has been spent on technology to improve viewing
- More people stay at home to watch
- Times can be very late
- Expensive to watch
- Tickets and merch are expensive

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What are the 3 types of technology used in sport?

Hawkeye
Performance analysis aid
Television match officials