2019, Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part D
A comparative study of aggression among inter university female volleyball players playing at different positionsAuthor(s):
Gururaj Puranik and Sujata NarendraAbstract:
The purpose of the study was to compare levels of aggression among inter-university female volleyball players playing at different positions. 108 female volleyball players (35 passers, 37 attackers and 36 all-rounders) who participated in south zone women inter university competition served as the subjects of the study. “Sports Aggression Inventory” was administered to the participants prior to the match. The questionnaire contained 25 questions that called for ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ response. Of the 25 questions 12 were negative, which were scored in reverse. Aggregate aggression score was calculated depending on the response by the subjects. Further data was subjected to ANOVA to test the hypothesis that players playing at different positions demonstrated significantly different levels of pre-competition sports aggression. The results indicated that there was significant difference among volleyball players playing at different positions. The implications of results are discussed.Pages: 250-252 | 763 Views 74 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Gururaj Puranik, Sujata Narendra. A comparative study of aggression among inter university female volleyball players playing at different positions. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(3):250-252.