Effets à long terme d’une stratégie engageante : augmenter le nombre d’adhésions de l’association sportive d’un collège mahorais

Abstract : Introduction Students sports association college participation covers a multiplicity of issues (organizational, health, identity). Objective To increase the number of students in the sports association of a Mahorais college, we conduct a research-intervention in line with commitment theory and evocation of freedom. Method The identification of relevant researches and their application conditions allowed integrating a commitment strategy within the educative dynamics of the institution. Results The results indicate that this strategy increased (over 3 years) the sports association membership. Conclusion After the identification of the limits of this action-research, we finally discuss the interest of an applied social psychology perspective.
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Boris Vallée, L. Larrède, V. Willaume, Alexandre Pascual, Sébastien Meineri. Effets à long terme d’une stratégie engageante : augmenter le nombre d’adhésions de l’association sportive d’un collège mahorais. Pratiques Psychologiques, Elsevier Masson, 2016, 22 (4), pp.353-362. ⟨hal-01960486⟩

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