2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Comparative study of aggression and self-concept among sports and non-sports persons of district Budgam (J&K)
Author(s): Syed Mohd Aamir
The study aimed to compare the Aggression and Self Concept among Sports Persons and Non-Sports Persons Of district Budgam (J&K). A total of sixty (60) male subjects from different parts of Budgam District of Kashmir division, comprising 30 sports person who have at least once participated in Inter-College or inter university competition and 30 as non-sports person and all the subjects were randomly selected for the study. The Subjects were selected by using simple random sampling. The age of the subjects ranged between 18-28 years. To analyze the Aggression and self of both the groups I.e. Sports and Non-Sports Persons. The data pertaining to Aggression Tendency of sports and non-sports persons was collected via standard questionnaire prepared by (Dr. Rajeev Lochan Bhardwaj), it contains 28 items and the data pertaining to Self-Concept was collected via standard questionnaire prepared by (Dr. Mukta Rani Rastogi). The comparison of self-concept between Sports Persons and Non-Sports Persons was done on the basis of ten individual characteristics of Self Concept and these ten individual characteristics of self-concept are as follows Health and Sex Appropriateness, Abilities, Self-Confidence, Self-Acceptance Worthiness, Present Past and Future, Beliefs and Convictions, Feeling of Shame and Guilt, sociability and Emotional. The descriptive statistic mean and standard deviation and ‘t’ test was applied to compare the degree of Aggression and Self-concept between Sports and Non-Sports person of Amravati University, Amravati, the level of significance was set at 0.05 levels (p<0.05). The findings means and standard deviation of aggression of Sorts Person group (22.55 ± 31.21 ) and Non-Sports person group (8.1 ± 11.92 ) and football players hence football player were found to be more aggressive than Non-Sports Person this difference might be due to the will to win or to suppress the opponents. while taking the second part of the study in to consideration there was found no, significant difference in the self-Concept of Sports and Non-Sports person because in all cases the tabulated ‘t’ exceeded the value of calculated‘t’.
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Syed Mohd Aamir. Comparative study of aggression and self-concept among sports and non-sports persons of district Budgam (J&K). International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(2): 1168-1169.