TITLE

The Influence of Inadequate Teacher-to- Student Social Support on Amotivation of Physical Education Students

AUTHOR(S)
Bo Shen; Weidong Li; Haichun Sun; Rukavina, Paul Bernard
PUB. DATE
October 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct2010, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p417
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Guided by Green-Demers, Leagult, Pelletier, and Pelletier's (2008) assumption that amotivation (absence of motivation) is a multidimensional construct, we designed this study to investigate the influence of inadequate teacher-to-student social support on amotivation of high-school physical education students. Five hundred and sixty-six ninth graders completed questionnaires assessing psychological constructs and intentions for future physical education participation while physical education teachers rated their students' in-class effort. Structural equation modeling analysis revealed that perceived teachers' inadequate supports in autonomy, competence, and relatedness were associated with different subtypes of amotivation. In turn, amotivation impeded in-class effort and intention for future physical education participation. The findings indicate that diminished social support from teachers may act as a significant factor resulting in students' amotivation. The multidimensional nature of amotivation should be identified and instructionally addressed during teaching and learning.
ACCESSION #
55424659

 

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