2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part K
A comparison study of psychological health and job burnout of female athletic and non-athletic physical directors
AUTHOR(S): Kum GG Danappanavar and Pro N Chandrappa
The psychological disorders are common and serious problems that are found worldwide. The objective of present study is to compare the psychological health and job burnout of female athletic and non-athletic directors of ecological morbidity. Even though these are important factors to be considered, they fail to address factors that increase resilience and help patients to cope with the challenges of having a chronic condition. Furthermore, a number of studies employ scales which confound with somatic symptoms (Ja-cobson, 1993). The present study is of causative-comparative type. The statistical population of present study includes the official female director of middle colleges of Karnataka that amount to 182 individuals. The statistical sample is obtained through simple random sampling (based on Morgan table) which includes 120 individuals. The instruments of data collected used in the present study are Goldberg’s General Health Questionnaire (1978) with reliability coefficient of 91 percent, and Maslach Burnout Inventory with reliability coefficient of 90 percent as defined in previous studies. To compare the elements, independent t-test is used. The findings show that there is a significant difference between psychological disorders and job burnout of female athletic and non-athletic directors.
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Kum GG Danappanavar, Pro N Chandrappa. A comparison study of psychological health and job burnout of female athletic and non-athletic physical directors. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):589-590.