International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part L
A study on influence of socio-economic status on personality traits of sportsperson
AUTHOR(S): Khoba Ravindra B and Dr. Rajkumar P Malipati
The purpose of the present research was to describe and compare the personality traits (sociability, Dominance behaviour) of High SES and Low SES sportsperson. The method of the study is descriptive analyses, total hundred (Each 150) samples representing all India interuniversity players were selected and To collect the data the standardized scale devised by Dr Ajith Sing has administered on the subject who are participating in all India interuniversity tournament, later ‘t’ test was applied to assess the significant difference in sociability and Dominance factor of personality traits between sportsperson of High SES and Low SES, The conclusion was drawn that sportsperson both male and female have possessed the similar kind of sociability personality traits, whereas in case of dominance behaviour male sportsperson have shown more assertive nature comparing to their counterpart it was rationalized that High SES of group participation develops and cultivates the social values and character among the participants, this was resulted to express similar kind of social behaviour and The earlier socialization and attitude towards female and less scope for social interaction might be reason to show smooth and less social behaviour among Low SES sportsperson and Low SES develops more aggressive dominance and dominance nature among the Sportsperson comparing to High SES sportsperson because, they would deprived by quality of training and less expose to tournament and social event and interpersonal behavioural skills among the sports person.
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Khoba Ravindra B and Dr. Rajkumar P Malipati. A study on influence of socio-economic status on personality traits of sportsperson. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2019; 4(1): 629-631.