3.3- Aggression What is aggression in a sport? What causes aggression? How can aggression be controlled? Aggression Aggression is often linked back to attitude In sport it is spoken about in both a positive and negative way. Being aggressive when defending is seen as positive but if it leads to injury of another player it will be heavily criticised. Term is used very loosely by many different people and thus has different definitions
Defined in our specification as behaviour which Harms another human being Is intentional Is outside the laws or rules of the game or activity Negative aggression May still be difficult to determine what constitutes aggression so further definitions have been created Hostile aggression Intention to harm outside of rules, as an emotional response to a
performer or situation. Sole purpose is to harm. Instrumental aggression Intention to harm as a means to another goal (Aggression is the instrument). Tackling with great force with intention of making them fear you. Positive aggression Both these still have aggression as a negative concept, everyday concept of aggression is useful when attributed in the correct way
Channelled aggression When you turn aggressive feelings into positive actions such as working harder Assertion May involve the use of physical force however is within the laws of the game Aggression or Assertion? Your task
You are going to have this lesson (and EL time) to produce a PowerPoint on one of the following 5 theories of aggression Instinct theory Frustration-aggression hypothesis Aggressive cue (cue-arousal) theory Social learning theory De-Individualisation theory Try to find relevant example of when it has been seen in professional sport.
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