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2021, Vol. 8, Issue 6, Part A

How media publishing sports and an analysis on performance


Author(s): Mamidi Sharath

Abstract:
The purpose of this article is to initiate an examination of the influence of the media as a distraction and its impact on athletic performance. For the purposes of this paper, it is important to have a common definition and understanding of media, arousal, stress, anxiety, and mood. Media will be defined as individuals who publicly report or make public statements relative to an athlete’s performance. In this context, media can be newspaper reporters, paparazzi, television newscasters, or fans and critics who publicize their critiques of athletic performance through the use of public for unsaid blogs. In order to differentiate between arousal, anxiety, and stress in this text, specific definitions will be used. Arousal will refer to a state of alertness as the body prepares itself for action. It is associated with increases in physiological and psychological activity, such as heart rate and attention (Landers, 1980). Stress is defined as a state that results from the demands that are placed on the individual which require that person to engage in some coping.

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Mamidi Sharath. How media publishing sports and an analysis on performance. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(6):11-13.

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