• Douglas Crispín Castellanos Bindura University of Science Education, Sport Science Department, and Faculty of Science, Zimbabwe
  • Francisco Garcia Ucha Universityof Science, PhyisicalCultureand Sport, Havana, Cuba
  • Juan Carlos Fernández Truan Pablo de Olavide, University, Sevilla, España
  • Juan J. Alfonso Prendes University of Matanzas. “Camilo Cienfuegos”, Matanzas, Cuba Abstract


This research is aimed to evaluate from a sociological point of view the Olympics volunteers' phenomenon, a movement by which those so famous and followed summer and winter Olympic Games couldn´t be held, likewise; those special, Paralympics and Youth Games couldn´t be held either. We used the documentary analysis and historical logical methods to carry out the investigation; being its greatest contribution the evaluation of the Olympic volunteer’s socio-psychological characteristics and the socio-political and economical environment they live in, which allow them to take part in these international competitions of a greater magnitude. This work labels and identifies the volunteers taking into consideration the role they play during the contests and makes a proposal for a way of contribution to make internationally wider the Olympic ideal through the Olympic volunteers´ phenomenon.


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Castellanos, D. C., Ucha, F. G., Truan, J. C. F., & Prendes, J. J. A. (2014). OLYMPICVOLUNTEERS, A SOCIOLOGICAL PHENOMENONOF THE MODERN SPORTS. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 10(10). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2014.v10n10p%p