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Title: Comparision of attitude towards sports, personality and socio-economic status of performer and non-performer wrestlers of Haryana
Researcher: Purshotam
Guide(s): Ramesh Kumar (Tiger)
Keywords: wrestlers
Physical Education
Upload Date: 4-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: The present research was entitled Comparison of attitude towards sports, personality, and socio-economic status of performer and non-performer wrestlers of Haryana . The objectives of the study were: (1) To study the role of socio-economic status of attitude towards better sports performance of wrestlers of Haryana, (2) To study the role of socio-economic status on sports personality towards better performance of wrestlers of Haryana, and (3) To study the relationship between attitude and sports personality belonging to three socio-economic groups of wrestlers of Haryana. The hypotheses of the research were: (1) There would be no significant difference in the attitude among the wrestlers of Haryana belonging to various socio-economic status groups, (2) There would be no significant difference in the sports personality among the wrestlers of Haryana belonging to various socio-economic status groups, and (3) There would be no significant relationship between attitude and sports personality of wrestlers of Haryana belonging to the various socio-economic status groups. A 3x2 factorial research design was employed. A sample of 204 wrestlers belonging to various places of Haryana state was taken. These wrestlers were who participated at any level of tournaments. The data was collected by administering the following tests: (1) Attitude Scale by Chauhan, Singh, Aurora, Bhardwaj, Mathur, and Chauhan (1985), (2) Sixteen Personality Factor (16 PF) Questionnaire- Indian adaptations by Kapoor (1982), and (3) Socio Economic Status Scale by Singh, Radhey Shyam, Sheoran (2008). The findings of the study indicate that there was not much difference found which could be said significant. There was no significant difference found between the performer and non-performer wrestlers on attitude as well as on personality on the basis of SES categorization. There was also no significant difference between the performer and non-performer wrestlers in terms of performance.
Pagination: 173p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/7941
Appears in Departments:A_Department of Physical Education

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