Academic mass sports encouragement and self-management models

Academic mass sports encouragement and self-management models


Postgraduate student A.O. Karpova
Surgut State University, Surgut

Objective of the study was to analyze benefits of the modern academic mass sports self-management models for the student sports.
Methods and structure of the study. We sampled for the online questionnaire survey heads of the Russian university sports clubs (n=48). The questionnaire survey form was designed based on the relevant Google Forms and offered 26 questions to rate the academic mass sports self-management progress at the universities and contributions of the student sports clubs in the decision making on issues of importance for the academic mass sports progress.
Results and conclusion. The survey data and analysis showed that the academic mass sports self-management resource being still underemployed by the surveyed universities. We would recommend them giving a special priority to the university sports management mechanisms and tools with the growing contributions from the co-management models so as to secure effective and well-harmonized cooperation of the academic physical education and sports management interests at the universities.

Keywords: academic mass sports self-management, student sports club, mass student sports.


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