"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Part C
A study on aggressive behaviour of school national handball playersAuthor(s):
Nagaraj GP, Dr. SK Manjunatha and Viswanatha TAbstract:
Aggression is one of the major forms of emotion, which is highly essential for sports performance. It is a typical motivated behavior at least for that certain point of time in the actual play, which drives a player with full of his energies towards his aim. Aggression in sport can be caused by a number of factors the rules of the game (level of physical contact)frustration, instinct, presence, arousal, environmental cues, self-control and also the behavior of those around. Other factors in aggression include personality, media involvement, coaching, role models and the society we live in. Subjects Forty-five represented at School National Handball players aged 14-17 years girls who were studying in higher secondary schools of Bangalore city, Chickballapur, Bangalore Rural and Belgaum districts were randomly selected as subjects. AAPHER Youth Test batteries It consists of seven items to measure various components of physical fitness namely.
1. a) Pull-ups, b) Flexed arm hang,
2. Standing broad jump,
3. Bent-knee sit up
4. Shuttle run
5. 50-yard dash
6. 600 yard run and walk
7. Softball throw.
Aggression Scale. This scale was developed and standardized by Dr. G.P. Mathur and Dr. Raj Kumari Bhatnagar, Agra. Aggression scale is used to study the level of aggression in any age group (above 14 years). In the study the raiders would have more aggressive tendency and physical fitness when compared to all-rounder and defenders. It is quite various because the raiders alone i.e., individually are going to face the opponent group of players due to body contact and the struggle for excellence will lead raiders more aggressive than others. It also concludes that on the basis of the findings the raider has an excellent aggression behavior than the all-rounder’s and defenders and raiders have more physical fitness than the all-rounder and defenders. Pages: 164-166 | 54 Views 3 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Nagaraj GP, Dr. SK Manjunatha, Viswanatha T. A study on aggressive behaviour of school national handball players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(4):164-166.