Deporte Universitario en Portugal: Nuevas preguntas y nuevas posibilidades (University Sports in Portugal: new questions and new possibilities)

Autores/as

  • Fernando Santos Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo and Porto, School of Higher Education, Portugal
  • António Camilo
  • Paulo Pereira
  • António Cardoso

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v44i0.88635

Palabras clave:

entrenador; politécnico; desarrollo humano, organizaciones deportivas, (coach; polytechnic; human development, sports organizations)

Resumen

El deporte universitario ha recibido especial atención por parte de educadores e investigadores tanto a nivel nacional como internacional, ya que el deporte universitario es una actividad que además de su misión deportiva (por ejemplo, competitiva, cooperativa) también tiene (debe tener) una misión social, axiológica y cultural. Sin embargo, el análisis empírico e investigativo parece demostrar que el deporte universitario está muy anclado en la dimensión competitiva (i.e., praxis competitiva preocupada por el resultado, efectividad, rendimiento), “olvidando” las otras dimensiones / misiones. En este contexto, parece necesario profundizar en las especificidades del deporte universitario, es decir, en sus marcos organizativos y praxiológicos que llevan al “buen puerto” todas las dimensiones que encierra y no solo algunas. Ante estos hallazgos, el texto que presentamos pretende contribuir a la reflexión sobre el significado, la importancia y las posibles intervenciones (nuevas praxis) del deporte universitario, tratando de presentar, para ello, posibles caminos hacia la promoción de un deporte universitario total en su radicalismo humano.

Abstract. University sport has deserved particular attention from educators and researchers, both nationally and internationally, as university sport is an activity that, in addition to its sporting mission (eg, competitive, cooperative) also has (should have) a social, axiological and cultural mission. However, empirical and investigative analysis seems to demonstrate that university sport is very much anchored in the competitive dimension (i.e., competitive praxis concerned with results, efficiency, performance), “forgetting” the other dimensions/missions. In this context, it seems to be necessary to deepen the specifics of university sport, namely its organizational and praxiological frameworks that lead to a “good port” for all the dimensions it encompasses and not just a few. Given these findings, this article aims to contribute to the reflection of the meaning, importance and possible interventions (new praxis) of university sport, trying to present, for this purpose, possible paths towards the promotion of a total university sport in its human radicality.

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2022-04-01

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Santos, F., Camilo, A., Pereira, P., & Cardoso, A. (2022). Deporte Universitario en Portugal: Nuevas preguntas y nuevas posibilidades (University Sports in Portugal: new questions and new possibilities). Retos, 44, 456–463. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v44i0.88635

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