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Title: Development of Sports Administrators for Enhancement of Physio Psycho-Social Health Security of Nigerian Youths
Authors: Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Bitrus, Musa
Issue Date: Aug-2015
Publisher: Journal of Education, Arts and Humanities
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No. 3; Pp 54-57
Abstract: This research paper studied “development of sport administrators for enhancement of physio- psycho-social health security of Nigerian youths’. A survey research method was used for the study.. The population used was 500 randomly selected SSS I students from twenty (20) secondary schools from the slates capitals of kwara and Kogi. The instrument used for gathering data was a structured, validated, and reliable 0.85 Questionnaire with ten (10) statements under psychological social and physiological factors. The data collected for the study was by the Researchers. Based on the result of data analysis and then discussions, it was concluded that:- (I) act of hooliganism resulting to injuries and even death ranked first on the list of factor militating against effective athletic performance. Also, peer group influence make them indulge in drug abuse, early sex and sensitization on need for pursuit of academic. Based on the conclusions drawn, it was recommended among others that:- (I) the federal, state and local government should through the sport councils in each state monitor the athletic star hunt during inter- house competition in the primary, and secondary school, (ii) Monetary gains i.e. N50, 000 -100,000 should be attached to SS III world event record breakers, (iii) scholarships should be attached for Student in J. S. S. ]-S. S. S III who excelled in sports events and/or breaks records.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1035
ISSN: 2315-9829
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