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Title: A study of attitude towards life in relation to certain personality variables among sports persons
Researcher: Naushad Najeeb
Guide(s): Syed Tariq Murtaza
Keywords: Physical Education
Upload Date: 20-Sep-2013
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: The present study of attitude towards life of spots persons triggered by a conviction that meaning and purpose play a powerfully generative role in development and its role has been recognized in research and practice. Meaning and purpose could make a difference that they could motivate someone to do something and shape a person s basic choices about how to live. The present study entitled, A Study of Attitude towards Life in Relation to Certain Personality Variables among Sports Persons was undertaken to explore the effect of different dimensions of personality variables on different factors of attitude towards life among body builders and weight lifters group. The data was collected from all India Intervarsity and other State and National level Tournaments. The procedure of cluster sampling was adopted for the collection of data from 400 sports persons including both 200 body builders and 200 weight lifters, with the age group of 18-25 years. Attitude towards Life of sports persons was assessed by using, Life Attitude Profile (LAP) developed by Recker and Peacock (1981), consist of 44 statements. The LAP deals with seven factors namelylife purpose, existential vacuum, life control, death acceptance, will to meaning, goal seeking and future meaning to fulfill. Similarly personality of both the groups was assessed by Multidimensional Assessment of Personality (MAP) form A consist of 147 items developed by Sanjay Vohra (1993) of Psy-com Services. The test is constructed to measure 20 dimensions covering adaptability, achievement motivation, boldness, competition, enthusiasm, general ability, guilt proneness, imagination, innovation, leadership, maturity, mental health, morality, self control, sensitivity, shrewdness, self sufficiency, suspiciousness, social warmsand tension. Each player was given two questionnaires, which were filled in two sittings.
Pagination: 115p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Physical Health & Sports Education

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