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Attitudes of Korean national athletes and coaches toward athletics participation

Attitudes of Korean national athletes and coaches toward athletics participation

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Athletes -- Korea -- Attitudes,
  • Coaches (Athletics) -- Korea -- Attitudes,
  • Sports -- Korea -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kwang Min Cho.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 149 leaves
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598747M
    OCLC/WorldCa27925101

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Get this from a library. Attitudes of Korean national athletes and coaches toward athletics participation. [Kwang Min Cho]. Adolescent (%) and adult (%) athletes received information on banned substances of their respective sports from the Korea Anti-Doping Agency, and and % of adolescents and adults, respectively, had knowledge of banned substances and had permissive attitudes toward doping compared to those who were by: 5.

The Attitude Toward Sexual And Athlete Violence In College Sports Must Change programming required of all coaches, athletics staff, and athletes.

checks as a condition of an athlete. respective sports from the Korea Anti-Doping Agency, and and % of adolescents and adults, respectively, had knowledge of banned substances and had permissive attitudes toward doping compared to those who were unaware.

Adolescent and adult athletes have inadvertently ( and %, respectively) or knowingly ( and %,Cited by: 5. A coach can have both positive and negative influence on their athletes.

A coach’s attitude can cause athletes to quit playing sports in high school, or enable athletes to succeed and even end up becoming coaches themselves. There are numerous benefits to be reaped by athletes that play sports.

Athletics are a great way to build self-esteem, promote physical conditioning, and demonstrate the value of teamwork, but not all athletic stressors are positive. The pressure to win and an emphasis on body weight and shape can create a toxic combination.

Athletic competition can also be a factor contributing to severe psychological and physical stress. Bad attitude athletes are like rotten apples. The actions you take as a coach say a lot about the standards you uphold: A few coaches and parents get upset when I tell them it’s not my responsibility to bring my athlete’s effort, that’s on the athlete.

Another important aspect (Horn, ) is the athletes’ perception of coaching behaviors. Smoll and Smith () state that athlete’s perception and recall determine coaching effectiveness.

Each athlete gives meaning to overt coaching behaviors which creates the athlete’s attitude toward the coach and the sport experience.

Korean national athletes' knowledge, practices, and attitudes of doping: a cross-sectional study. Kim T(1), Kim YH(2)(3). Author information: (1)Department of Sports Medicine and Science, Taereung National Training Center of the Korean Olympic Committee,Hwarang-ro, Nowon-gu, Seoul,Republic of Korea.

Introduction. The important role of a coach in competitive sports is self-evident. A good coach is responsible for supporting physical, mental, technical and tactical development of athletes, so that they can achieve their highest goals (Becker, ).However, the answer to the question what makes the athlete-coach interaction well-balanced does not seem so obvious.

U.S. Sports Academy T June 5th, | Women and Sports | Comments Off on Exposure to Women’s Sports: Changing Attitudes Toward Female Athletes Read More Effect of National-Level Field Hockey on Physical Fitness and Body Composition Parameters In Turkish Females. Over the course of four study iterations (,and ), more t student-athletes across all three NCAA divisions were surveyed about their attitudes toward and engagement in various gambling activities, including sports wagering.

On the other hand, surveys of high school coaches indicate that the overwhelming majority (%) of coaches believe that playing a variety of sports will increase a student’s athletic ability. Clearly, there is a large gap between the beliefs of youth athletes and the beliefs of parents and coaches regarding the benefits and consequences of.

Abstract. The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes of male and female athletes toward female coaches in Hong Kong. Athletes, selected from 14 individual sports, responded to a questionnaire that included 34 attitudes' items using a 5-point Likert Scale and a question involving preference, in which subjects indicated their preferences toward male or female coaches.

Furthermore, coaches who have played for high level such as at national level showed that they were skilful in motivating their athletes (pattitude towards their. As a former physical educator, coach, competitive athlete, and parent of two competitive athletes, the positive aspects of athletic sports participation is a focus having deep meaning for me.

Yes. The second approach, and the one that I recommend, is for coaches to take an active (though not dominating) role in the creation of a team culture. Through your leadership and open discussions with team members, your team can identify the values, attitudes, and beliefs that you and your athletes want to act as the foundation of the team culture.

athletics and who expect to receive special treatment from professors and others around them (Simons, Bosworth, Fujita & Jenson, ).

Some non-athletes have negative attitudes toward student-athletes particularly in areas related to academic performance. Non-athletes are sometimes suspicious and less trusting of student-athletes who earn an. Athletes, because their athletic participation is influenced by multiple levels of organizational oversight, are presented with several response options if they suffer a SHI.

When each of the above vestedness factors is perceived to be high, pro-reporting attitudes should reliably predict behaviors; however, when one or more factors is low, the.

Sports participation by senior citizens will decrease in the coming years due to the associated health risks. FALSE Physical education continues to enjoy wide acceptance as the appropriate identifying term for the various programs and careers that involve movement, play, sport, recreation, athletics, and other forms of physical activity.

focused on the influence of athletic participation at the junior high level and showed that, even at a young age, athletics is motivating student athletes in the classroom. Their study was conducted in a rural county in Tennessee and is based off the responses of students with an intermixed number of athletes and non-athletes.The Athletic Coach Role.

Reiter () defined a coach as one who will, "train, observe and critique an individual or group. An individual that provides instruction in a specific area" (p. 13). According to the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (): The function of a coach is to educate students through participation in.Bruce E.

Brown-Background •Teacher and Coach for 30 years in the Lake Washington and Bellevue School Districts •National spokesman for the NAIA and “Champions of Character Program” •Clinician-speaking to athletes, coaches, parents, and corporations.