Korea Institute of Sport Science

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IJASS(International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences)
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  • ISSN : 2233-7946(Online)
  • ISSN : 1598-2939(Print)
  • DOI Prefix : 10.24985/ijass
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    The end of June and December

International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences - Vol. 31. No. 1

Effects of different sport participations on prosocial and antisocial behaviors

Qiuhan Zhu & JoonYoung Han*

School of Kinesiology, Yeungnam University, Gyeongsan, Korea

People might mythically believe sport affecting on social behavior positively, and that an intensive participation could provide better social behavior to youth and society. In addition, some people have propagandized the myth to promote the positive utilization of sport. However, the literature has not provided an agreed consensus as to sport participation increasing prosocial behaviors and reducing antisocial behaviors. Given that, the present study attempted to examine the conflicting issue between the literature. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the effect of sport participation on prosocial and antisocial behavior in the comparison between the elite and the recreational.

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