THE FAMILY AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION AND ITS ROLE IN THE PROMOTION OF SPORTS

Authors

  • Faheem Ullah Khan Department of Sports Sciences and Physical Education, Gomal University, D. I. Khan, Pakistan
  • Zia Ul Islam Department of Sports Sciences and Physical Education, Gomal University, D. I. Khan, Pakistan
  • Afshan Jabeen Department of Sports Sciences and Physical Education, Gomal University, D. I. Khan, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/01-01-2020-04-46-59

Keywords:

Family, Guardians, Social institution, Sports participation and Sports Promotion

Abstract

Family is first social institutions where an individual opens his eyes observe and learn. That is why family is considered most influential factor in shaping a child’s future. The study in hand was carried out in the vicinity of district Dera Ismail khan, KP, Pakistan. It was tried to probe the role of family in sense of social institutions and its role in promotion of sports. As it is a vivid fact that family has a key role in shaping future of child. The prime objective of study was to investigate the role of family (guardians) in the promotion and development of sports. 600 families (guardian) participated in this study and contacted by researcher for purpose of data collection. A valid and reliable questionnaire was used for data collection. Data was organized in Microsoft excel. Percentage formula was applied to measure perception of respondent regarding different questions. Furthermore, one sample analysis was used to check the hypothesis. Majority of the people agreed with that issue. After the analysis of data, it was concluded that family has a key role in the promotion of sports.

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16-04-2021 — Updated on 27-07-2021

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Ullah Khan, F. ., Ul Islam, Z. ., & Jabeen, A. . (2021). THE FAMILY AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION AND ITS ROLE IN THE PROMOTION OF SPORTS. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT, 1(1), 46–59. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/01-01-2020-04-46-59 (Original work published April 16, 2021)

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