2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A comparative study on selected physical and psychosocial profile of Santal boys
Author(s): Rasamoy Hansda and Dr. Kanchan Bandopadhyay
The purpose of the study was to find out and compare the Agility, Power, Speed, Strength and Coordination as physical variables and Social maturity, Adjustment ability and Attitude as Psychosocial profile between tribal and general school going subjects. Total 416 boys (208 = Tribal community and rest 208=General community) were selected as subjects by the random sampling technique. The age of the subjects was ranged from 13 years to 16 years which were divided into four groups according to their age and categories into two i.e. TB for Tribal boys and GB for General boys. The Physical variables of the subjects such as Agility, Power, Speed, Strength, Coordination and Psychosocial profile such as Social Maturity, Adjustment Ability & Attitude were considered as criterion measure. The measuring procedure for the physical variable tests such as zigzag run, standing broad jump, 50-meter dash, six-pound medicine ball put were followed by Barrow & McGee- 1979 and wall pass test were followed by Johnson & Nelson-2007. Psychosocial tests were conducted by Rao’s Social Maturity Scale, Adjustment Ability by Sinha and Singh and Attitude by S. L. Chopra. The mean and standard deviation (S.D.) were calculated for the analysis of the data as descriptive statistics. Statistical significance of two group i.e. Tribal boys and General boys in respective age group, mean difference was tested by Independent-Sample T. Test. All the statistics were calculated by using SPSS version 25.
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How to cite this article:
Rasamoy Hansda and Dr. Kanchan Bandopadhyay. A comparative study on selected physical and psychosocial profile of Santal boys. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1540-1545.