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Science and Processes of Education, No. 2 (19), 2014
ISSN 2345-0681
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CONTENT

ARTŪRAS AKELAITIS, ROMUALDAS MALINAUSKAS

VYRESNIOJO MOKYKLINIO AMŽIAUS MOKINIŲ EMOCINIŲ GEBĖJIMŲ RAIŠKA PER KŪNO KULTŪROS PAMOKAS
EMOTIONAL SKILLS EXPRESSION OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AGE STUDENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES

5 page

DALIUS JUODSNUKIS, ROMUALDAS MALINAUSKAS

FUTBOLO SPORTO MOKYKLŲ MOKINIŲ SOCIALINĖ ATSAKOMYBĖ
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOTBALL SPORTS SCHOOL STUDENTS

10 page

VYTAUTAS PADGURECKAS

NEURORAUMENINIŲ TRENIRUOČIŲ POVEIKIS KREPŠININKŲ ČIURNOS DINAMINIAM STABILUMUI
THE EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING ON ANKLE DYNAMIC STABILITY IN BASKETBALL PLAYERS

16 page

ŠARŪNAS ŠNIRAS

SPORTUOJANČIŲ IR NESPORTUOJANČIŲ MOKSLEIVIŲ DOROVINIAI SOCIALINIAI ĮGŪDŽIAI: EMPIRINIO TYRIMO KONTEKSTAS
MORAL SOCIAL SKILLS OF STUDENTS AHLETES AND NON – ATHLETES CONTEXT OF EMPIRIC INVESTIGATION

23 page
INFORMACIJA APIE AUTORIUS 29 page
INFORMATION ABOUT AUTHORS 30 page

 

EMOTIONAL SKILLS EXPRESSION OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AGE STUDENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSESARTŪRAS AKELAITIS, ROMUALDAS MALINAUSKAS, (p. 5 – 9)

Keywords: emotional skills expression, physical education classes, senior high school age.
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Summary

Background. The present study analyzes emotional skills expression peculiarities of senior high school age students in physical education classes.
Methods. The independent random sample consisted of 186 (15 – 16 years old) students and 205 (17 – 18 years old) students, of which there were 198 boys and 193 girls. Schutte Self-Report Inventory (SSRI) was employed. This instrument divides emotional skills into four separate components, namely: ability to use personal positive emotional experience, ability to assess and express emotions, ability to understand and analyze emotions and ability to manage emotions.
Results. The analysis of the ability to use personal positive emotional experience resulted in the following averages: 50.77 ± 5.12 in case of 15 – 16 years old students and 51.86 ± 5.83 in case of 17 – 18 years old students. The application of the Student‘s t-test revealed a statistically significant difference in the ability of 15 – 16 years old students to use own positive emotional experience in physical education classes and that of 17 – 18 years old students: t (389) = -1.97; p < 0.05.
It was found that girls have a higher ability to understand and analyze emotions in physical education classes than boys: t (389) = -1.98; p < 0.05. The analysis of the ability to understand and analyze emotions resulted in the following averages: boys – 31.49 ± 3.68 and girls – 32.13 ± 3.72.
Conclusions. The comparison of the expression of emotional skills of 15 – 16 years old and of 17 – 18 years old students revealed that 17 – 18 years old students have better ability to use own positive emotional experience in physical education classes (p < 0.05).
The comparison of the expression of emotional skills of boys and of girls revealed that girls have better ability to understand and analyze emotions in physical education classes than boys (p < 0.05).

 

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOTBALL SPORTS SCHOOL STUDENTSDALIUS JUODSNUKIS, ROMUALDAS MALINAUSKAS, (p. 10 – 15)

Keywords: social responsibility, football, sport school.
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Summary

This paper examines social responsibility of the football sports schools cadets and juniors. Presented social responsibility peculiarities by age, social responsibility components and expressions areas of social responsibility.
The object of the research:  social responsibility of football sports schools students. The aim of research is to analyze social responsibility of football sports schools students. Objectives of the study: (1) to compare social responsibility components of 15-16 years and 17-18 years football sports schools students. (2) to compare social responsibility expression areas of 15-16 years and 17-18 years football sports schools students. (3) to reveal social responsibility level of 15-16 years and 17-18 years football sports schools students. The method of research: the questionnaire was used to determine social responsibility of football sports schools students. It has been revealed, that social responsibility of youth (17-18 years) football sports schools was more (p <0.05), based on respect for others, than cadets (15-16 years) of football sports schools. Revealed, that social responsibility of 17-18 years football sports schools students was more (p <0.05) expressed on training and competition than the 15-16 years old football sports schools students. The evaluation of 15-16 and 17-18 years football sports schools students of social responsibility level showed that 17-18 year football sports school students has a higher level of social responsibility (p <0.05).

 

THE EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING ON ANKLE DYNAMIC STABILITY IN BASKETBALL PLAYERSVYTAUTAS PADGURECKAS (p. 16 – 22)

Keywords: dynamic stability, neuromuscular training, ankle injury.
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Summary

Recent studies indicate that the neuromuscular control may be the most modifiable risk factor for prevention of ankle injuries of basketball players (Hewett et al., 2005). Lack of neuromuscular control may be one of the key factors for re-injury. Basketball players belong to the group of people who have a much higher chance of injury, comparing with people who do not seek a sports result. One of the main and most common basketball injury is the ankle joint, ligament damage, which for some time may limit the athlete's activity. It is important to determine the athlete's ability to return to a previous physical activity according to the sport. One way to assess the athlete's ability to return to the court is an assessment of physical and functional movement by specific functional tests. The most often  assessed is pain, muscle strength and power in the lower limb stability in several different planes of motion, endurance, flexibility, balance, proprioception, speed, agility. Epidemiological studies have shown that neuromuscular program reduces lower extremity injury risk factors (Tiemstra, 2012). A research was carried out in order to find out how after 4 weeks of neuromuscular training basketball players, who suffered ankle ligament sprains, changed the dynamic postural control. The research results showed that the healthy leg ankle was better dynamic stability both before and after neuromuscular training cycle by comparing the results with a damaged leg. The results of damaged leg after neuromuscular training has improved, in that respect, the probability to re-experience the trauma in the future decreased. As the researchers say, neuromuscular training should be applied to athletes once a week, along with regular exercise. During the research these trainings were applied 3 times a week and it was positive. Before the research we did healthy and damaged legs combined result calculation and found that the rate of injured leg before training showed an increased probability of suffering repeated injuries. This trend confirms the findings of researchers that ankle injuries suffered in the past can lead to re-injury (Polzer et al., 2012). After 4 weeks of neuromuscular training application the probability of an ankle injury decreased for all subjects. So it can be stated that these exercises are effective in basketball. Various researches confirms the fact, that neuromuscular training reduces the probability of ankle injuries (Hewwet et al., 2005).

 

MORAL SOCIAL SKILLS OF STUDENTS AHLETES AND NON – ATHLETES CONTEXT OF EMPIRIC INVESTIGATIONŠARŪNAS ŠNIRAS, (p. 23 – 28)

Keywords: athletes, non-athletes, moral social skills.
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Summary

The main attention in the publication is devoted to the disclose of the level students of moral social skills and importance of evaluation peculiarities. Scientific works more and more often point out that lack of social skills not only in everyday situations but as well during the sports activity is a big problem for school age youth. The analyzed question is the reason which determines the appropriate behavior of the teenager in different social situations, as every social situation raises certain difficulties and requires certain skills to overcome it. In most cases difficulties for students athletes and non-athletes arise in different situations: when they fight for their rights when they have to express their opinion publicly, when they are afraid of criticism and mistakes, when gentling in a conflict, communicating with hostile peers, in different competition situations, especially in contact games, when meeting unfamiliar persons, communicating with people having authority. Scientific novelty and originality is based on lack of works devoted to analysis of evaluation problems of moral social skills of student’s athletes and non-athletes. The research seals to answer the problematic question if the level of moral social skills and importance are different of student’s athletes and non-athletes.
Moral social skills questionnaire which was prepared on factor analysis of investigation of student’s humane behavior appearance (Bakutyte, 1999, Sniras, Malinauskas, 2005) was applied to evaluate social skills. Such moral social skills as to comfort, to help, not to humiliate, not to revenge, to keep to one's word, to be responsible for one's actions were investigated.
278 12-15 aged students (boys) (115 athletes and 163 non-athletes) participated in the investigation. Student’s athletes group consisted of students who took part not only in physical culture lessons, but also attended different sports schools while students non-athletes group consisted of students attending physical culture lessons twice a week. Students from Kaunas, Alytus, Klaipeda, Anykciai, Ukmerge, Utena and Pasvalys region general education schools participated in the survey.
Analysis of the result of different students groups moral social skill level revealed that students athletes statistically more favorably evaluate skills to comfort (p<0,05), to help (p<0,05), and to keep to one's word (p<0,05). While students non-athletes more favorably evaluate skills not to humiliate (p<0,05) and to be responsible for one's actions (p<0,05). Importance of evaluation of moral social skills of both groups was compared. It was established that evaluation of student’s athletes and non-athletes reliably differed according to moral social skills: to comfort (p<0,05) and to help (p<0,05), student’s non-athletes more favorably evaluate the importance of these moral social skills. While a higher level of skills not to humiliate (p<0,05), and to be responsible for one's actions (p<0,05), is characteristic to students non-athletes.

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