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Tendencies of University Student Athletes to Recognize and to Deal with the Difficult Events—For Rugby Team Members

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DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.710025    55 Downloads   109 Views
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Regarding research targeting on athletes, many quantitative studies such as questionnaire item surveys have been performed, on the other hand, the qualitative research using a free description of athletes has been conducted less than the former. In this study, this Cluster analysis is used to analyze the data of free description of university student athletes, and to clarify the characteristics of tendencies of university student athletes to recognize and to deal with the difficult events. Using Cluster analysis, tendencies for difficult events between regular and non-regular players were studied. As a result, compared to non-regular players, regular players were more aware of the importance of injuries and were more aware of the importance of dealing with injuries with physical therapies and treatment.

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Komatsu, S. (2019) Tendencies of University Student Athletes to Recognize and to Deal with the Difficult Events—For Rugby Team Members. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 7, 301-308. doi: 10.4236/jss.2019.710025.

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