From Individual Disorder to Behavior Deviance: Development Disorder and Correction of Social Wushu

Qingsong Han, Dong Zhu

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Abstract

The development disorder of social wushu is a negative social, cultural phenomenon, which was jointly constructed by the background of social transformation and the disorder behaviours of grass-roots wushu individuals, and it constitutes a threat to the orderly development of social wushu. This paper discusses the generative logic of the development disorder of social wushu from the perspective of grass-roots wushu players and the cultural space in which they live. The study indicates that the individual maladjustment and behavioural deviance of grass-roots wushu individuals are the concrete manifestation of disorder. The lack of self-identity caused by the change of wushu evaluation standard resulted in the identity crisis. The self-labelling driven by the identity recognition is the behavioural manifestation of the individual maladjustment. The defects of the grass-roots culture induced the deviant conduct of wushu players and presented the unregulated, depleted, materialistic, and spurious disorder tendencies. It is imperative to promote the orderly development of social wushu by promoting self-governance of social wushu individuals, enhancing the ability of social authority and governance as well as the binding force of social norms, and improving the coordinated development mechanism of wushu.
Translated title of the contributionFrom Individual Disorder to Behavior Deviance: Development Disorder and Correction of Social Wushu
Original languageOther
Pages (from-to)88-95
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Shanghai University of Sport
Volume43
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2019

Keywords

  • social wushu
  • disorder
  • individual maladjustment
  • grass-roots culture
  • behavior deviance
  • orderliness

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