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Burnout Syndrome in Professional Team Sports
Halbichová, Adéla ; Mudrák, Jiří (advisor) ; Janák, Vladimír (referee)
Název: Burnout Syndrome in Professional Team Sports Cíle: The aim of this study is to assess a prevalence of burnout syndrome and engagement in team professional sports and explore relationships between burnout and engagement and social resources and demands produced by teammates, coaches, and global sport environment and other selected variables (motivation, perfectionism etc.). Metody: The research was carried out by means of an electronic survey. The questionnaire was constructed from 7 separate questionnaires, each focusing on one of the selected predictors of burnout and engagement. It was distributed to professional male and female players of volleyball (extra-league), hockey (Chance League and 2nd League) and handball (extra-league). A total of 102 professional athletes participated in the study. The obtained data were processed using descriptive statistics and correlation and regression analysis. Výsledky: The results provide an overview of the relationships between burnout and engagement and the selected predictors, which are types of motivation, effort goals, perfectionism, coach-created motivational climate, and team cohesion. The general assumptions of the relationships of engagement and intrinsic motivation, and conversely burnout with extrinsic motivation and its related introjected...
Pupils' Attitudes to Physical Education at a Primary School in Slaný
Halbichová, Adéla ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Vorálek, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Pupils' Attitudes to Physical Education at a Primary School in Slaný Objectives: The primary aim of this study is to find out how pupils of the chosen primary school in Slaný perceive PE and to determine factors, which influence their attitudes. Methods: The study took place at a chosen primary school in the city of Slaný and 99 pupils from 6th to 9th grade took part in it. The children were asked to complete an electronic questionnaire consisting of 23 questions, which was loaded to the website of the lower secondary school department. Before publishing, the questionnaire was consulted with the head of this bachelor thesis and verified by a few other people. For the theoretical part, some secondary data from professional articles, literature and websites were collected and analysed. Results: According to the results, most children have a positive attitude to PE. It brings them joy and relief from sitting at a desk as in the other subjects. There are also pupils, who have negative feelings about PE. Not all the students have the same skills and aptitudes in sports and those who are not as good at some activities have certain struggles during the classes. Their motivation is affected mainly by the fact that they are evaluated for their performance and can get a poor grade. Keywords:...

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