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Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments
Půlpán, David ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Čichoň, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments Objectives: The aim of this work is to create systematic text by literary research follow up issue about classification in paralympic sport with focusing on table tennis players with physical impairments. Methods: In this thesis we used qualitative research methods. It is based on the analysis and synthesis of available literature resources, key organizations, and expert consultations. Results: A comprehensive text about issue of classification in the paralympic table tennis of physically disabled players was created. This work can help national table tennis classifiers of physically disabled players to classify players. In the future, research in this area needs to be carried a way that the classification is truly based on scientific evidence. Keywords: health impairment, evaluation, paralympic games, classifier, sport classes, eligibility
Comparison of motivation and mental condition between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a disability
Půlpán, David ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Prokešová, Eva (referee)
Title: Comparison of motivation and mental conditions between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a disability Objectives: The aim of this work is to compare differences in perception of motivation and mental conditions before the match, during the match and after the match between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a physical disability. Methods: In our thesis we used a method of qualitative research which we applied using an online non-standardized questionnaire with closed answers. The questionnaire was running for 7 days and respondents were addressed individually, either by phone or email address and social network site call Facebook. We managed to get answers from of 41 respondents, actually 20 from intact players and 21 from the disabled ("standing") players. Results: We determined that both target groups have different perceptions of motivation and mental conditions. Though in some cases, their responses are identical or similar, so even though the monitored factor in most of cases are different. E.g. 40/41 respondents answered that they are motivated by intrinsic motivation to play table tennis. Target group of intact players prefers social prestige, on the other hand the second target group of disabled...

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