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Osebnostne lastnosti in agresivnost v borilnih športih : magistrsko delo
Hren, Jošt (Author), Kajtna, Tanja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Karpljuk, Damir (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V magistrskem delu smo raziskovali, ali obstaja kakšna povezanost med osebnostnimi lastnosti in agresivnostjo v borilnih športih. V raziskavo smo zajeli štiri najbolj zastopane borilne športe v Sloveniji, in sicer judo, karate, kickbox in taekwondo. Zanimalo nas je, kakšen je vzročno-posledični odnos med osebnostnimi lastnostmi in pojavnimi oblikami agresivnosti v borilnih športih. Za preverjanje osebnostnih lastnosti smo uporabili BFI-vprašalnik, za preverjanje agresivnosti pa smo uporabili Buss-Durkeejev vprašalnik agresivnosti. Poleg že omenjenega smo udeležence spraševali tudi po osnovnih podatkih, kot na primer po trenutni kategorizaciji statusa športnika Republike Slovenije, s čimer smo določili športno uspešnost, starost, leta tekmovanja ipd. Vse hipoteze smo ovrgli oziroma potrdili pri stopnji 5-odstotnega tveganja. Ugotovili smo, da prihaja do statistično značilnih razlik v agresivnosti. Načeloma so športniki iz borilnih športov dosegali višje vrednosti v agresivnosti. Pojavne oblike agresivnosti smo navezali tudi na instrumentalno agresivnost, ki je sicer v vrhunskem športu zaželena. Razlike v agresivnosti med izbranimi borilnimi športi niso bile velike in ugotovili smo, da med njimi obstaja povezanost. Opazili smo tudi razlike v agresivnosti med bolj in manj uspešnimi športniki. Ugotovili smo tudi, da so osebe, ki se ukvarjajo z borilnimi športi, bolj individualistično naravnane v primerjavi s kontrolno skupino. Bolj uspešni športniki so pokazali statistično bistveno višje vrednosti v dimenziji vestnosti. Med moškimi in ženskami nismo opazili bistvenih razlik v osebnosti, razen v dimenziji čustvene nestabilnosti. Ugotovili smo tudi, da trening borilnih športov ne pripomore k povišani agresivnosti s časom trajanja tekmovanja. Opažena je bila izrazita povezanost med dimenzijami osebnosti in pojavnimi oblikami agresivnosti.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Borilni športi, agresivnost, osebnost, osebnostne lastnosti, športna uspešnost, tekmovalni šport
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FŠ - Faculty of Sport
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:5278897 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Individual characteristics and aggressiveness in combat sports
Abstract:
In this master's thesis, we investigated whether there is any correlation between personality traits and aggressiveness in combat sports. In the study, we included four of the most common combat sports in Slovenia: judo, karate, kickbox and taekwondo. We were interested in the causal relationship between personality traits and different forms of aggressiveness in combat sports. We used the BFI questionnaire to describe five different personality traits and the Buss-Durkee's aggressiveness questionnaire to measure aggressiveness. Additionally, we also asked the participants about their basic information, such as their current status as a qualified sportsman in the Republic of Slovenia, which allowed us to determine their sport success, age, the number of years spent in competitive sports, etc. All hypotheses were either rejected or confirmed with a 5% risk level. We found that there are statistically significant differences in aggressiveness. In principle, athletes competing in combat sports display higher levels of aggressiveness. We connected the displayed forms of aggressiveness with instrumental aggression, which is otherwise desirable in professional sport. The differences in aggressiveness between the selected martial sports were not significant, but we found that there was a connection between them. We also noticed differences in aggressiveness among more successful athletes as compared to the less successful ones. Furthermore, we found that people, who specialise in combat sports, have a tendency to be more individualistic in comparison with the control group. More successful athletes showed statistically significantly higher levels of consciousness. We did not notice any significant differences in personality between men and women, except in emotional instability. We also found that aggressiveness does not increase with the duration of or experience in the practice of martial arts. Lastly, we noticed a significant correlation between different personality dimensions and common forms of aggressiveness.

Keywords:Combat sports, aggressiveness, personality, personality traits, sports performance, competitive sport

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