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Booktitle:

Sport psychiatry - Why Olympic family members commit suicide?

Understanding suicide as consequences of depression in sport from West and East perspective (Open to public population)

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2018-03-26 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-8-32231-3

ISBN-10:
6138322312
EAN:
9786138322313
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
The researcher focuses on „the mental diseases in Olympic sport“. Through personal communication with Olympic Hero Vassilis Klissouras (1986, 2004-2017), recognizing the political and economic pressures of professionalism and commercialization, the worship of high-tech (M., McNamee, 2012, 2016), the over limitation of athletic physiological and psychological extremes ( L.J., Zhu, J., Heil, 2011a, 2011e; D., Baron, 2013), “Our Olympic movement has gone in the opposite direction” (Y.,Vanlandewijck, 2016). The researcher gives the example of athletes from 2000 Olympic Game to 2016 Olympic Game and Wrestlers as case study. This book discusses depressive disorders special suicide in sport; it speaks to public population and professionals in sport science, sport medicine, ethics, sport juries, pedagogy, sociology, economics, psychology, psychotherapy, psychiatry and philosophy. It specifically is of relevance for athletes, coaches, sport managers, sport fans and to anyone who is interested in health sport practice.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Li Jing ZHU
Number of pages:
244
Published on:
2018-03-26
Stock:
Available
Category:
Sport
Price:
69.90 €
Keywords:
sport injury, wrestlers’ suicide (DSM V), West and East perspective, Olympic family members, case study, depressive disorder, bipolar and related disorder

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