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PROBLEMS AFFECTING YOUTH SPORT DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER ONE

1.0     Introduction

1.1     Background of the Problem

With millions of children participating in youth sports each year, it is vital to understand the motives for, predictors of, and detractors to involvement. Children participate in youth sports for a variety of reasons and have multiple reasons for involvement (Gould & Petlichkoff, 2008). For example, the largest study of its type conducted to date (surveying 8000 youth) identified the reasons children report for participating in sport (Seefeldt, Ewing, & Walk, 2002). These reasons included:

These motives for participation are interesting for several reasons. First, regardless of gender, the most important reason for participating is to have fun. Second, most

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1.2  Statement of the Problem

In Nigeria youth sports is a highly popular activity that is assumed to have important physical, psychological and social development consequences for those millions of children and youth involved (Ryan, 2010).

1.3     Research Questions

  1. is there any significant different between public and private schools students perceptions on problems affecting youth sport development?
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1.4     Research Hypotheses

Ho1:  there is no significant different between public and private schools student’s perceptions on problems affecting youth sport development.

Ho2:  there is no significant different between the male and female public school students perception on problems affecting youth sport development.

Ho3:  there is no significant different between the male and female private school students perception on problems affecting youth sport development.

CHAPTER TWO

 Literature Review

2.1     Introduction

This chapter makes an attempt to review related literatures to give solid support from earlier studies to this study. The organization of this chapter is as follows:

2.1     Introduction

2.2     Concept of sports

2.3     Characteristics of sport

2.4     Types of Sport

2.5     Functions of Sport

2.6     Concept of the term

2.7     Sport as a relative quality in life

2.8     Emotional Health Problems

CHAPTER THREE

Research Methodology

3.1     Research Design

The research design adopted for this study is exposed factor research design.

3.8     Method of Data Analysis

The data collected from the questionnaire were analyzed using simple percentage and frequency count.

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