International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 5, Part A (2016)
Analysis of achievement motivation among the attacker, setter and libero player at inter collegiate level men volleyball players
Basanagouda Laxmeshwar, Keshav Gavadi, Dr. K K Amarnath
Physical Education is an integral part of total Education. The word ‘Sports’ occasionally denotes either to a pleasant part time or somewhat hazardous recreation. Today sports are considered as international discipline as it develops international understanding and universal brotherhood. Ask any person who is successful in whatever he or she is doing what motivate him/her, and very likely answer will be “goals”. Goal setting goals, is extremely important to motivation and success. What motivates you? Why are you in college? If you are in college because that’s what your parents want, you may find it difficult to motivate Yourself Sure, it’s possible to succeed with someone else providing the Motivation for you. “If you graduate from college, I’ll give you a car!” or Worse “If you don’t graduate from college, you won’t get a car.” But Motivates that comes within really makes the difference. The purpose of the study was to analysis of achievement motivation among attacker, setter, and libero player at inter collegiate level volleyball players. A total of 90inter collegiate level volleyball players, consist of attacker setter and libero are selected as a random, they were divided in to 3 equal groups (30 from attacker, 30 from setter and 30 from libero). The data that were collected from the subjects were treated statistically. The purpose of the study was to find out whether there was any significant difference in achievement motivation for the inter collegiate level attacker, setter, libero of the volley ball players. In order the achieve the purpose of the study 90 selected men volley ball players only. To assess the level of aggression inventory questionnaire was used and the data were collected from the subjects. To assess the level of achievement motivation the sports achievement motivation questionnaire designed and validated by Mr. Kamlesh was used the data were collected from the subjects. The collected data were put into statistical analysis. The level of significance was set at 0.05 level to find out the significance difference between means one way analysis of variance was used. Attacker players have significant higher achievement motivation scores as compared to setter and Libero players at inter collegiate men volleyball players. (F=3.4596, p<0.05).
How to cite this article:
Basanagouda Laxmeshwar, Keshav Gavadi, Dr. K K Amarnath. Analysis of achievement motivation among the attacker, setter and libero player at inter collegiate level men volleyball players. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(5): 24-29.