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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:54564
Doc. No:TL24518
Call number:‭NR18045‬
Main Entry:Amadou Anna Seye
Title & Author:Contribution à l'analyse sociohistorique du système sportif sénégalais: Le cas de la fédération sénégalaise de basket-ballAmadou Anna Seye
College:Universite de Montreal (Canada)
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:184
Abstract:This study focuses on the socio-historical analysis of a model of sport organization: the basket-ball federation from Senegal (FSBB). The strategic model of Crozier and Friedberg (1977) has been chosen to investigate the evolution of this organism from 1960 to the year 2000. A limited phenomenogical approach has been used to conduct the research and the analysis of contents of 40 interviews conducted with former members of the director committees, served to discover the strategies used. Several different strategies emerged; they were related to the different categories of actors and the different committees, which took place in the FSBB from 1960 to 2000. Offensive as well as defensive strategies can be recognized among the elected members and non-elected members of the committees as well as the staff members detached from the Ministere de la Jeunesse et des Sports (MJS). For instance, some presidents seem to adopt an offensive strategy in order to create a peaceful atmosphere inside the federation and to foster their own authority on the outside. The detached staff favour a defensive strategy to protect their status meanwhile the non-elected members prefer such an approach in order to keep a relative autonomy. In order to complete the study of the strategies and the plays which take place in the FSBB, three environmental elements that surrounds the federation were also examined: The State, the media and the sponsors. Evidence shows that much remains to be done before the media and the sponsors may become serious alternatives in the financement of sport organisms. Presently it seems difficult to anticipate that the FSBB will live without the government subventions at a time when the State look forward to disengage itself from the sport structures. Such an attitude may lead toward awkward consequences on the development of the sport federations and the future of sport in Senegal. To infer that the FSBB could become autonomous derives from a utopia especially when the evidence shows already a lack of financial and material support in the present organization. Thus the government and the FSBB have to engage in a serious reflex ion in order to find the means to help the sport organisms of Senegal to take care of themselves.
Subject:Social sciences; Basketball; Senegal; Sports; Recreation; 0814:Recreation
Added Entry:Universite de Montreal (Canada)