RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL CONTROL AND SPORTS

Muhammad Abdul Jabar Adnan, Zafar Iqbal Butt, Abdul Waheed Mughal, Nauman Saeed, Rida Hamid Butt, Tahira Fozia, Muhammad Usman Suhail

Abstract


The main objective of the study is to evaluate the effects and relationship between social control and sports. Social control is extremely basic for each general public. Without social control, society and in addition individual can't exist. Hence, the need of social control is exceptionally basic. Social control is important for the presence and association of a general public. Players learn violent strategies from sports, this give them a better cure for deviant behaviors. players learns how to obey the laws in sports this enables to develop discipline in society and help to promote cultural values and also it help to develop better instruction among people. Sports are a useful to create accountability environment in society. Results of this research work showed that the sports have positive effect on social control.


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Social Control, Sports, Cultural values, social behavior

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