|Title||Are There Differences in Styles of Coaches’ Work in Individual and Team Sports?|
|Author||Lyudmila N. Rogaleva, Valery R. Malkin, Anastasia M. Burkova, Roman A. Vichuzhanin|
|About the author||
Lyudmila N. Rogaleva – Сand. Sci. (Psychology), Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education Theory, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Valery R. Malkin – Сand. Sci. (Psychology), Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education Theory, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Anastasia M. Burkova – Associate Professor, Department of Service and Health Technologies, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Roman A. Vichuzhanin – Graduate Student, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
|Section||Physical Culture & Sports|
|Abstract||The paper presents the results of studying the style of coaches working in team and competitive sports. In this regard, the research intended to identify differences in coaching styles depending on specific features of sports. 45 coaches participated in the study. During the research, we used the combination of theoretical (systemic, comparative, logical analysis of psychological, pedagogical and method literature, studying and generalizing practical psychological experience) and empirical (observation and self-observation, polls, surveying) research methods. The specially developed questionnaire and methods of mathematical statistics yielded novel results. The emotional method-based style turned out to be the most typical one for coaches in both individual and team sports. However, there are some differences, too, associated with the fact that coaches in individual sports have a powerful direct relationship between emotional improvised and emotional methodbased style, while team sports feature a direct relation between emotional methodbased and reasoning method-based styles. The practical significance of this research lies in developing the strategy of training coaches for individual and team sports. Our further research will be associated with studying personal traits determining coaches’ style taking into account gender features.|
|For citation||Rogaleva LN, Malkin VR, Burkova AM, Vichuzhanin RA. Are There Differences in Styles of Coaches’ Work in Individual and Team Sports? In: Zaks LA, Semitko AP, Mitsek SA, et al. (еds.) Russian Man and Power in the Context of Dramatic Changes in Today’s World: Collection of academic papers from the 21st Russian scientific-practical conference (with international participation) (Yekaterinburg, April 12–13, 2019). Yekaterinburg: Liberal Arts University – University for Humanities; 2019. p. 576–583. Available from: doi:10.35853/UfH-RMP-2019-PS07.|
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|Full text version of the article||Article language||russian|