Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

EL PESO DE LOS AGENTES SOCIALES EN LA MOTIVACIÓN PARA REALIZAR PRÁCTICAS FÍSICAS ORGANIZADAS ENTRE EL ALUMNADO DE 10 A 16 AÑOS

Abstract

Alberto Nuviala Nuviala, Mª Elena García Montes, Francisco Ruiz Juan, José Carlos Jaenes Sánchez

The subject of this research is to know what social agents help to introduce sportive practices and what the level of compromise is. The population having participated in this study has been 643 students of Primary and Secondary School, all of them living in the same region of Aragón. The job was performed following a quantitative methodology by using inquiries reported into an auto-administrated format. The inquiries data process has been done with the software SPSS 133.0, the results show descriptive analyses of the different inquired variables as well as inferencial analyses. The results emphasize that the parents and even the students are the main social agents helping sportive practices. Teachers, trainers and professional sport-men are the group obtaining the poorest results. It has been found a relationship with educational cycle variable (p=.027), sportive practices expectations and model of sportive school (p=0.24).

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