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TIMS. Acta
2016, vol. 10, br. 2, str. 85-91
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
doi:10.5937/timsact10-10524

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Profil izabranih uzoraka hrvatskih sportaša baziranih na česticama skale sportske ljubomore (SJS)
Institute for Anthropological Research, Zagreb, Croatia

e-adresa: josko.sindik@inantro.hr, ured@inantro.hr

Sažetak

Problematika ovog članka odnosi se na ulogu ljubomore u sportu, koja se tumači kao negativna emocionalna reakcija praćena mislima o vlastitoj neadekvatnosti u slučaju usporedbe pojedinca s drugima. Cilj ovog istraživanja jest definirati karakteristične profile hrvatskih sportaša, bazirane na pojedinačnim česticama Skale sportske ljubomore (SJS II) na osnovi nekolicine varijabli: spol, dobna skupina i vrsta sporta. Tri dobivena klastera su podjednako uravnoteženi prema broju slučajeva u svakom od klastera.Najjednostavnije objašnjeno, klasteri jasno razlikuju najviše ljubomorne, umjereno ljubomorne i nisko ljubomorne sportaše. Među značajkama sportaša u svakoj od skupina, u najljubomornijem (prvom) klasteru su sportaši iz timskih sportova, žene i stariji sportaši. Žene, kuglači, sportaši iz pojedinačnog (koaktivnog) sporta i najmlađi sportaši su najmanje ljubomorni (grupirani su u trećem klasteru).

Ključne reči

klaster analiza; hrvatski sportaši; sportska ljubomora

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