Student Athlete's Resilience: The Role of Perceived Coach's Resilience, Coaching Efficacy, and Sport's Masculinity
Proceedings of SGEM 2014 International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and Arts, 1, 405-412 (2014)
28 Pages Posted: 22 Nov 2014 Last revised: 18 May 2015
Date Written: September 3, 2014
This study aimed to investigate whether perception toward coach’s resilience and coaching efficacy of coaches, as well as perceived sport’s masculinity play a role in predicting student athlete’s resilience. This study used a quantitative, predictive correlational design. The participants, as many as 201 student athletes (age of 18-23 years old), were taken using purposive sampling technique. Multiple linear regression analysis of survey questionnaire data showed that the perception toward coach’s resilience and perceived sport’s masculinity plays a significant role in predicting student athlete’s resilience. However, perception toward coaching efficacy is not able to predict it.
Keywords: resilience, coaching efficacy, masculinity, sport psychology
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