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Why do girls start to practice handball and what is the coach’s role in their motivation enhancement?


Bojić-Ćaćić, Lidija; Ohnjec, Katarina; Vuleta, Dinko
Why do girls start to practice handball and what is the coach’s role in their motivation enhancement? // 4th EHF Scientific Conference “Scientific Approach to the Player’s Environment – From Participation to the Top”
Vienna, Austria, 2017. str. 114-117 (poster, recenziran, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Why do girls start to practice handball and what is the coach’s role in their motivation enhancement?

Autori
Bojić-Ćaćić, Lidija ; Ohnjec, Katarina ; Vuleta, Dinko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Skup
4th EHF Scientific Conference “Scientific Approach to the Player’s Environment – From Participation to the Top”

Mjesto i datum
Vienna, Austria, 17-18.11.2017

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Recenziran

Ključne riječi
Youth, female, handball players, motivation, coach’s role

Sažetak
Many authors and their theories explain the process of and motifs for the selection of a particular sport ; some emphasize the need for achievement, others accentuate the role of competency or the need to maintain self-esteem. There are three main goals of sports achievement: competitiveness, sporting skills and social approval. The most important factors in athletes’ motivation enhancement are the ratio between internal and external motivation and planning of the sports activity goals. The aim of this research was to construct a questionnaire that will collect the following information: Why do girls begin to do handball?, How much the environment affects their involvement in handball?, Is extrinsic motivation important for young handball players?, What is the impact of criticism on young handball players?, What coach’s character traits do young handball players prefer?, and What is the coach’s role in sport development of young handball players?. The study was conducted with 93 female handball players (15- 16 years) from seven clubs participating in the national Croatian Cadet Handball Championship. The questionnaire consisted of 88 items to which the participants could respond on a five- point Likert scale (5 – correct, 4 – partially correct, 3 – not sure, 2 – partially inaccurate, and 1 – completely inaccurate). The greatest differences were obtained in the variables that relate to the reasons for handball training, to the influence of coaches on handball performance and to praise or criticism after a good or bad match. It has been established that girls are beginning to train handball for personal satisfaction and desire for progress, and that they are most motivated to work and progress if the coach praises them. They believe that the coach’s most important duty is to teach them something new and correct their mistakes and to be critical during that process, but they do not approve his/her bias, subjectivity, favouritism, or lack of authority in games and training sessions.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kineziologija



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb