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  | ARTICLES | Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. Volume 7,  Issue 1, Pages 65-73 (July 2018)
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American Journal of innovative
Research & Applied Sciences 
ISSN  2429-5396 (Online)
OCLC Number: 920041286
| JULY VOLUME 7 | N° 1  | 2018 |
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| Mviri Hubert César 1* Entsiro François 1 Tira Juslain Joel 1 Litoto Pambou Lucien 2 Tsiama Portejoie Jean Aimé 1 Koulombo Armel Ulrich 1 Moulongo Jean Georges André 3 Massamba Alphonse 3 and Mbemba François 4

Affiliation.


1. Laboratory of Didactics of Physical and Sports Activities Higher Institute of Physical and Sports Education Marien Ngouabi University  
Brazzaville Congo
2. Laboratory of Sport Sociology Higher Institute of Physical and Sports Education Marien Ngouabi University Brazzaville Congo
3. Laboratory of Sports Biosciences Higher Institute of Physical and Sports Education Marien Ngouabi University Brazzaville Congo
Laboratory of Exercise Physiology Nutrition and Biomechanics Higher Institute of Physical and Sports Education Marien Ngouabi  
University Brazzaville Congo
This article is made freely available as part of this journal's Open Access: ID Moulongo-ManuscriptRef.1-ajira050718 | 
ABSTRACT


Background: Absenteeism reveals certain unknown aspects in the Western world (overcrowded classrooms, glances with respect to other disciplines) that emerge from the variety of situations in physical education teatching. Objective: This article puts into perspective the different expressions of the failure to attend school to practice physical education among a school population in Brazzaville, Congo. Methods: Based on a survey of 447 chronically absentee students from 6 January to 30 April 2015, a quantitative approche was realized for the counting of the questionnaire included several types of questions relating to absenteeism. Results: The authors explain the reasons for absenteeism in seven major trends (self-image, peer relations, infrastructure, teacher-student relationships, parental attitudes, methods of evaluation of physical education, socio-cultural environment). Considered as a whole, these failures to meet the academic requirements of the practice of physical education are indicative of the fragilisation of a fraction of pupils, the growing difficulties of managing overcrowded classes, and in particular the relegation of students to weak physical abilities; they also reflect the bad side of an evaluation that does not take into account the control of execution of motor gestures in the practice of physical and sports activities. The latter contributes to reinforce the disinvestment of absentee students in the practice of physical education. Conclusion: The results obtained clearly show the need to combat chronic absenteeism in physical education classes in order to avoid dropping out of school.
Key words: chronic absenteeism, physical education and sports, secondary education, evaluation, socio-cultural environment

CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN CONGOLESE STUDENTS: CENTRAL AFRICAN ANALYSIS

| Mviri Hubert César 1* │ Entsiro François 1 │ Tira Juslain Joel 1 │ Litoto Pambou Lucien 2 │ Tsiama Portejoie Jean Aimé 1 │ Koulombo Armel Ulrich 1 │ Moulongo Jean Georges André 3 │ Massamba Alphonse 3 │ and │ Mbemba François 4 . Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. 2018; 6(6):65-73.

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