International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 9, Part L (2016)
Investigation of self concept of winner and loser semi finalist women teams of state level kho-kho tournament
Avinash Yadav, Dr. Vivek BSathe and Mo. Sameer Khan
The self-concept as an organizer of behavior is of great importance. Self-concept refers to the experience of one’s own being. It includes what people come to know about themselves through experience, reflection and feedback from others.
Objectives of the study: 1) First objective of the study was to characterize the Self-concept of winner and loser semi finalist women team of state level Kho-Kho tournament. 2) Second objective of the study was to compare the Self-concept of winner and loser semi finalist women team players of state level Kho-Kho tournament.
Material and Methods: The present study was conducted on 48 women Kho-Kho players of Madhya Pradesh i.e. 24 from each winner and 24 from each loser semi finalist women teams of state level were selected as subjects of this study. Kho-Kho tournament held on 5 and 6 Nov 2015 at Atal Bihari Bajpai govt. arts & commerce college Indore. The Self-concept was selected as psychological variables. The self-concept was assessed by Questionnaire of Self-concept, as standardize by G.P Sherry, R.P. Verma and P.K. Goswami has forty eight items. Data was collected through the purposive technique.
Results: The present study reveals that significant difference was found between winner and loser girls state players in relation to self-concept. Winners semi finalist girl’s team players having grater mean this might be because their playing efficiency was better than losers therefore they were more confidence & better in self-concept.
Conclusions: 1) Significant difference was found between semi finalist winners and losers in relation to Self-concept. 2) Winner girls Kho-kho players were having greater self-concept in comparison to loser girls Kho-Kho players.
How to cite this article:
Avinash Yadav, Dr. Vivek BSathe, Mo. Sameer Khan. Investigation of self concept of winner and loser semi finalist women teams of state level kho-kho tournament. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(9):838-839.