The implications of youth sports clubs as spaces for reproduction in the social sense were explored and the following results were derived from previous studies. First, nurturing through sports can be described as a strategy that parents use to effectively nurture. Through sound activities, sports are used as a nurturing tool to verify one’s healthy parenting attitude on its own or abroad and to more securely manage children. Second, as a passive participant, youth can be seen. Although youth sports clubs are obviously active in their youth, their power to choose themselves and determine the direction of the program seems to be relatively low. This leaves young people with a passive attitude toward active participation. Third, through their children’s participation in sports, parents experience socialization. Not only children participating in sports activities but also parents experience new experiences in various ways by their children’s participation in sports activities, which is not only the driver of parenting but also the change in their own lives. Fourth, it turns out that young people are forming social experiences through sports club activities. The sports clubs that youth experience are small communities in which they belong, which provide opportunities for youth to have a variety of relational experiences.
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