Dimovski, Zlate and Ilijevski, Ice and Babanoski, Kire (2017) DEVELOPING YOUTH’S SAFETY CULTURE IN SPORT. Ministry of Internal Affairs, Football Association of the Republic of Srpska, Professional Association of Security Sector. ISBN 978-99938-689-1-0

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The changes in the society on which we are witnesses every day result with new challenges. In the past couple decades, the countries in Europe and whole world take measures with these challenges with different strategies and reforms in the security systems and security education. Special attention should be given to the security aspects and development on the security culture of the students in the schools to obtain knowledge and skills for identifying and detecting the security risks, theirs manifestations and consequences to the people, property and the environment. One of the most serious remarks which today is pointed to the formal education, like in the developed world, also here, is that the academism is huge in the schools and sport clubs, far away from the actual reality. It is based on the requirements to ensure more practical knowledge and life skills, like development of emotional intelligence, social skills, handling with anxiety and frustration, handling with aggression and conflicts, preventing sport hooliganism etc. The schools and sport clubs are places where youth should get knowledge through their educational programs, but also to gain work, cultural, educative and other habits, and to learn to identify and differentiate the positive from negative values. With other words they should educate and raise the children to be useful subjects for themselves, for the family and for the society in the future.
Key words: security, culture, safety culture, students, education, sport clubs

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Faculty of Security
Depositing User: Mr Mladen Kradzoski
Date Deposited: 16 Aug 2019 08:49
Last Modified: 16 Aug 2019 08:49

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