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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part H

Aggression and self-concept among sports men and non-sports men: A comparative study


Author(s): Mudasir Bashir, Sandeep Kumari and Sanjay Kumar

Abstract: The present study was undertaken to measure the aggression and self-concept of sports men and non-sports men. For the study the population was all the sports men and non-sports men studying in the secondary schools of districts of Jammu and Kashmir State. For the present study, 120 subjects were selected purposively from the 6 secondary schools of districts of Jammu and Kashmir State, in which 60 were sports men and other 60 were non-sports men. In the present study, The Sportsmen were more Physical, hostile and indirect aggressive persons than Non-Sportsmen. While the non-Sportsmen were more verbal and anger aggressive persons than Sportsmen. While in Self-concept, the sportsmen have better physical, Social, Temperamental and Moral self-concept than Non-Sportsmen. While the non-Sportsmen have better educational and intellectual Self-concept than Sportsmen. Finally the researcher concluded that the Psychological Variables like Aggression and self-concept of Sportsmen and Non-Sportsmen is not similar and are very important factors to be successful in the field as well as in society. The mean scores of Sportsmen Self Concept Dimensions physical, Social, Temperamental and Moral shows that Sportsmen have high degree of self-concept than Non-Sportsmen. While the mean scores of Sportsmen Self Concept Dimension educational and intellectual shows that Non Sportsmen have high degree of Self-concept than Sportsmen. In the Present Study, we observed that Sportsmen got good results in Self Concept Dimensions physical, Social, Temperamental and Moral as compare Non Sportsmen. While Non-Sportsmen got good results in Self Concept Dimension educational and intellectual than Sportsmen.

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How to cite this article:
Mudasir Bashir, Sandeep Kumari and Sanjay Kumar. Aggression and self-concept among sports men and non-sports men: A comparative study. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(6): 435-439.
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