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International Journal of Science Culture and Sport
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ISSN (Print) 2148-1148
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  • The Comparison of Sport Motivation Factors Regarding Various Variables;
           Based on Self-Determination Theory

    • Authors: Milad ESMAEİLİ; Buse SULU, Fahimeh FAHİMEH, Najmeh REZASOLTANİ
      Abstract: The main purpose of the present research was to compare sport motivation factors between boys and girls in different sports and levels of sports activity at Tehran University. This is a descriptive study and the statistical population consisted of all the students in Tehran University among whom 241 filled in the sport motivation scale. The sport motivation scale includes 6 motivation subscales based on self-determination theory. Since statistical data were parametric, İndependent T-test and One Way ANOVA were applied. The research results revealed that there is no significant difference between the groups of boys and girls associated with their type of sports motivation. The comparison of team and individual sports revealed that there is a significant difference related to extrinsic motivation subscale and Integrated Regulation between these two groups. The comparison of motivational factors of elementary, semi-professional, and professional athletes revealed significant differences in all the subscales except amotivation. Taking into account the fact that students constitute a great bulk of society, paying attention to the type of their sports motivation is of high significance and considerable measures have to be taken for them to endure their activities.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Lack of Knowledge and Atmosphere of Speaking English creates many problems
           for Pakistani Athletes and International Players at International Sports
           Events

    • Authors: Shakeel Ahmad SHAHİD
      Abstract: English language has gained repute of an international language. It is learnt and taught in almost all the countries of the world as a second or foreign language. Even in many Non-English countries, it is used as an official language. In many countries, tourist-guides use this language to guide the tourists. English language is widely used at international airports. It is language of medicine, internet, books and journals all over the world. Similarly, many Sports Events are conducted while taking the help of English speakers to guide the athletes and international players. Lack of atmosphere of speaking English creates many problems for international athletes and players all over the world. Many times, it has been observed that speaking and understanding of different languages between two teams and officials and even between a team and umpires creates a lot of problems during a match. This situation of speaking different languages also creates a lot of issues outside the ground for international players. Although, English language is used as a foreign language by many athletes and international players yet there are myriads of players who cannot speak English language, hence, they face a lot of problems inside and outside the field. If we talk about Pakistani International athletes and players, we find that most of them are unable to speak English in spite of the fact that English language is used as an official as well as foreign language in Pakistan. English is learnt and taught as a compulsory subject from class One to graduate level. In spite of it, there is vivid lack of atmosphere of speaking English language. It is observed that many of Pakistani international players cannot speak English and they have to take help of other officials who can speak English. Lack of knowledge and atmosphere of speaking English create a lot of issues for Pakistani International athletes and players which are going to be spotlighted in this ‘Research Paper’.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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