2019, Vol. 6, Issue 2, Part B
A comparative study of self concept between sportsman and non sportsmanAuthor(s):
This study compared the relationship between the self concept among school children who took part in sports and those who did not. The sample comprised 60 children, aged 14-16 years. Self-concept was assessed using the Pierres Harris Self-Concept Scale consisting of 40 questions. Children were classified into sportsman and non sportsman based on their participation in active sports and participation at the state level tournaments. The data was treated by “t” test procedure for each of the measure at .05 level of confidence. The self concept level of the students who are sportsman is higher than those of the students who are non sportsman and it is dependent on the type of respondent.Pages: 81-84 | 822 Views 79 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Namita Sarang. A comparative study of self concept between sportsman and non sportsman. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(2):81-84.