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The Talented Young Sports Girl in the Senegalese Family: An Education in Anti-Eclosion

DOI: 10.4236/ape.2022.121003, PP. 29-41

Keywords: Family Culture, School, Girl, Sports Talent, Education, Anti-Hatching, High Level of Sport

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Faced with the suspected or proven sporting talent of girls at the family level and at school and the socio-cultural conservatism of the domestic group even in the city (Dakar) and which enshrines the categorization of activities according to gender and exclusive of sport for young girls, it is permissible to wonder about the place that education gives to the emergence of girls’ sporting talent in these two entities (family and school). Thus, the semi-directive interviews with six talented sportswomen playing at Dakar University Club (Basketball), at Gazelles team (football) and at INSEPS Handball team, with their mothers and with three of their former teachers made it possible to discover that girls talented in terms of sport have often been assimilated to boys, criticized by parents and encouraged by teachers. In fact, sport is perceived purely as a male activity that education for autonomy in the exercise of domestic and financial activities (empowerment) through the encouragement of schooling must participate in discouraging for girls. The obstinacy of teen schoolgirls in sports, who have become more distracted from studies, promotes conflicts with parents and mediations in favor of the expression of their talent.

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