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PERCEIVED DETERMINANTS OF AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR LOW SPORTS PARTICIPATION AMONG STAFF AND STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGER STATE

Abstract 

The study was carried out to examine Perceived determinants of and intervention strategies for low sports participation among staff and students of tertiary institutions in Niger state. The study ascertained Perceived determinants of and intervention strategies for low sports participation among staff and students of tertiary institutions in Niger state. The study used a descriptive survey research design. Population of the study comprised 49298 from 11 tertiary institutions in Niger State. 1020 respondents were sampled from six tertiary institutions. The instruments used for data collection were structured questionnaire based on the literature reviewed on Perceived Determinants of Low Sports Participation. The Questionnaires was validated by five experts three from Human Kinetics and Health Education Department and two from Department of Psychology Faculty of Social Sciences University of Nigeria Nsukka. The questionnaire (PDLSPQ) was rated on a four point scale ranging from Strongly Agree (SA) = 4, Agree (A) =3, Disagree (D) = 2 and strongly disagree (SD) = 1. Eight specific objectives and eight research questions guided the study while six null hypotheses were formulated. The null hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance. Data was analyzed using mean and standard deviation to answer the research questions. The method used for data analysis was the statistical package for social sciences (IBM SPSS version 22). The findings revealed that both students and staff of tertiary institutions agreed that perceived determinants of low participation include, psychological determinants, such as motivation, reward and interest; socio-cultural determinants such as; family background, peer group influence and religion also administrative determinants; such as facilities and equipment, quality of sports personnel. Intervention strategies suggested were training of coaches, recruitment of qualified sports personnel and provision of sport facilities.The study recommended that government and stakeholders should provide intervention strategies like provision of sports facilities, training of coaches, employment of qualified sports administrators among others in other to improve sports participation among staff and students of tertiary institutions. It was concluded that the perception of both students and staff of tertiary institutions in Niger State on perceived Psychological, Socio-cultural and Administrative Determinants of low sports participation was high and have impact on low sports participation among students and staff of tertiary institutions in Niger State.

Project detailsContents
 
Number of Pages105 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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