청소년 태권도지도자의 자율성지지와 선수들의 번아웃 및 스포츠 도덕행동의 관계
The Relationship between Support for Autonomy of Youth Taekwondo Instructors, Burnout and Sports Moral Behavior of Athletes
The purpose of this study was to investigate the The relationship between support for autonomy of youth Taekwondo instructors, burnout and sports moral behavior of athletes. To this end, Taekwondo athletes registered by the Korea Taekwondo Association selected as a population, a survey was conducted on 280 youth Taekwondo athletes living in Gyeonggi, Daejeon, Jeonnam, and Gwangju for about six months from September 2020 to March 2021. Among them, 277 data were used for the final analysis after excluding the data of 3 athletes whose response information was omitted. As a result of this study, first, autonomy support had a negative effect (-) on burnout. Second, autonomy support had a positive effect (+) on team prosocial behavior, opponent prosocial behavior, and opponent antisocial behavior. Third, burnout had a negative effect (-) on opponent prosocial behavior, while had a positive effect (+) on team antisocial behavior and opponent antisocial behavior. Based on the above results, this study identified the relationship of perceived autonomy support, burnout, and Sport moral behavior.
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