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Autori: Mihovec, Marijana; Ružić, Ana; Barić, Renata
Naslov: Differences in perception of children rights between young athletes and their coaches
Izvornik: Proceedings of the 5th International Congress Youth Sport / Kovač, Marjeta ; Jurak, Gregor ; Starc, Gregor (ur.). - Ljubljana : Faculty of Sport , 2010. (ISBN: 978-961-6843-10-2).
Skup: International Congress Youth Sport (5 ; 2010)
Mjesto i datum: Ljuzbljana, Slovenija, 02.-04.12.2010.
Ključne riječi: childen's rights; motivation; sport
Sažetak:
Sport offers a child an opportunity for physical, social and psychological development, but also has a nurturing effect. According to the UN convention, all children have rights to develop in all aspects of life: physical, emotional, psychosocial, cognitive and cultural (UN, 1991). Children are not small adults and the sport environment has to be adjusted to their specific needs and capacities. To fulfil that mission it is important to know how young athletes and their coaches perceive sport environment regarding children rights. The aim is to investigate how young athletes and their coaches perceive children in general and to compare their perception of children rights. The sample was comprised of 79 young athletes (M=12.9 yr.) and 10 coaches (M=27.2 yr.) from 4 different sports, both sexes were represented. Children rights were investigated by questionnaire constructed for this study based on 2 instruments (Kuterovac et.al. 2000). The results showed that term 'child' was perceived similarly by coaches and children, only in positive way. The exceptions were the attributes 'interesting' (t=10.498, df=76, p<.000) and 'warm' (t=4.140, df=76, p<.008), perceived more positively by coaches than by athletes. Most children were familiar with their rights, and those information collected from printed material, less from TV, while coaches used both sources equally. 92% of investigated athletes think that children have to be informed about rights, 65% of them can quote some. All coaches think that children must be informed about their rights, but only 50% of them can quote some. The athletes, especially older once (2 = 5, df=1, p>.025), said that the right for education is the most important one. Most of them considered their rights to be satisfied in family (M=4.63) and training (M=4.44), but the children think that their rights are not satisfied to such an extent in school (M=3.90 ; t=1.582, df=67, p<.118). As potential protectors of violated rights children perceive their parents, teachers, police, psychologists, coaches, doctors and friends. The coaches have high responsibility not only in sport preparation, but also in creating positive environment and climate. If the children perceive their rights respected they would feel more comfortable and will be more effective ; their relationship with coaches will better. It is even more important when we know that more than 60% of children withdraw from sport after puberty and many quote as the main reason dissatisfaction with their coach and the sport environment (Weinberg, Gould, 2007).
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Ostalo
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: 034-0342282-2605
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija,Pedagogija
URL Internet adrese: http://www.fsp.uni-lj.si/COBISS/Monografije/Proceedings1.pdf
Upisao u CROSBI: rjurinic@kif.hr (rjurinic@kif.hr), 21. Stu. 2011. u 11:40 sati



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