The role of motivational climate in multicultural sport classes
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This study explored the association of ethnic-cultural identity salience with perceived motivational climate and achievement goals in multicultural sport classes. Questionnaires evaluating ethnic-cultural identity salience, perceived motivational climate and achievement goals were completed by high school students attending a sport school (n=66). Correlation and multiple regression analyses revealed that performance-oriented motivational climate was positively linked with lack of interaction and fringe dimensions of ethnic-cultural identity salience. In contrast, mastery-oriented motivational climate was inversely associated with these subscales. The present findings provide more support for the integrative role of sport in presence of mastery-oriented motivational climates and endorse future intervention studies that highlight mastery environments and task orientation achievement goals. These are of importance in order to foster integration and favourable acculturation patterns as well as mutual understanding and respect among all individuals in multicultural societies.
|Tidsskrift||Swedish Journal of Sport Research|
|Status||Udgivet - 2014|
CURIS 2014 NEXS 425
- Det Natur- og Biovidenskabelige Fakultet