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Self-perception between sportspersons and non-sportspersons: a comparative study

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Dr. Dalwinder Singh, Simerjeet Kaur and Gaurav Dureja
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

The purpose of present investigation was to examine the Self-Perception between Sportspersons and Non-Sportspersons. The investigators had randomly selected two hundred [N=200] male and female subjects. Out of which one hundred [n=100] Sportspersons (n=50 male and n=50 female) and one hundred [n=100] Non-Sportspersons (n=50 male and n=50 female) who were studying in various affiliated colleges of Panjab University and Panjab University campus, Chandigarh. Sportspersons were those who had participated in Inter-college and Inter-university sports competitions and non-sportspersons were those subjects who did not participate in any sports competitions. The age of the subject was ranged between 18 to 26 years. Self-Perception questionnaire developed by K.G. Agarwal, 1999 was administered to collect the required data. ‘t’-test was applied to determine the significance of difference and direction of difference in mean scores of each variable between Sportspersons and Non-Sportspersons. The results on the sub-variable ‘Self-Regard’ between male sportspersons and male non-sportspersons were found insignificant. However, the results with regard to sub-variable ‘Self-Acceptance’ and Self-Perception (total) were found highly significant between male sportspersons and male non-sportspersons. The results with regard to the female sportspersons and female non-sportspersons on the sub-variable ‘Self-Regard’ were found highly significant. However, the results with regard to the female sportspersons and female non-sportspersons on the sub-variable ‘Self-Acceptance’ and the variable Self-Perception (total) were found insignificant. The result with regard to the male sportspersons and female sportspersons on the sub-variable ‘Self-Acceptance’ was found insignificant whereas highly significant results were found on the sub-variable ‘Self-Regard’ and Self-Perception (total). The results with regard to male non-sportspersons and female non-sportspersons on the sub-variables ‘Self-Regard’, Self-Acceptance’ and Self-Perception (total) were found statistically insignificant.

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