|全國高中職羽球運動員知覺教練領導行為與訓練滿意度之研究=A Study of Perceived Coach Leadership Behavior and Training Satisfaction in High School and Vacational High School Badminton Athletes
Badminton players in high school and vacational high school;
Coach leadership behavior;
|The purpose of this study was to discuss the present status and the difference in perceived coach leadership behavior and training satisfaction among High School and Vacational High School badminton athletes due to various demographic factors. Data was collected from a survey questionnaire (A Scale of Coach Leadership Behavior Inventory). The sample respondents were 350 high school and vacational high school badminton athletes of school year 2013 in Taipei. Descriptive statistics of all variables were examined. Data obtained in this survey was further analyzed applying T test, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), post hoc pair-wise comparison (e.g., LSD), and Pearson correlation. The analytical results indicated that:1. The result showed significant difference in the perception of coaches' ”reward behavior” among groups of varied length of training. Athletes who ranked top 8 at national competitions and top 4 at the city or county tournament perceived significantly higher ”democratic behavior” from coaches than those who did not rank at the national, county or municipal level.2. With regard to the training satisfaction, female athletes showed significantly higher satisfaction in ”coaches' training” and ”team relationship” than male athletes. Athletes who ranked top 8 at national competitions reported higher ”personal achievement” than those who only ranked top 4 at the county or municipal level. Lastly, athletes who do not have any national county or municipal ranking reported higher in ”training program” than those who ranked top 4 at the county or municipal level.3. Perceived coach leadership behavior and training satisfaction are positively correlated.