Relationship between Experiences in a High School Athletic Club and Resilience

Kohei UENO, Yuji WAKABARA
2013 Journal of Japan Society of Sports Industry  
The purpose of this study was to clarify the relationship between experiences in a high school athletic club and resilience. One hundred and ten high school athletic club students (58 first year students;36 males, 22 females, 52 second year students;30 males, 22 females) completed an athletic situational skills scale, a life skills scale (Ueno and Nakagomi, 1998) and an adolescent resilience scale (Oshio et al., 2002) . Both the athletic situational skills scale and the life skills scale are
more » ... d to evaluate the psychological skills of students in both their athletic club and school life. The adolescent resilience scale has three subscales, including novelty seeking, emotional regulation, and positive future orientation. Structural equation modeling method was used for the analysis in this study. From the results, it was found that psychological skills in an athletic club relate to resilience through psychological skills in school life. The relationship between experiences in an athletic club and resilience of the second year students was stronger than that of the first year students. This suggests that experiences in a high school athletic club strengthen the resilience of the students if the coaches can work to integrate psychological skills that have been acquired through participation in athletic clubs into school life. 1.緒 言 勝利至上主義 1) ,体罰 2) ,弱者切り捨て 3) な どの問題を抱えながらも,運動部活動は生徒の 人間的成長を導く活動であるとして社会から積 極的な期待を受けてきた 4) .それは,運動部活 動において困難な問題を克服した経験,仲間と 助け合った経験が,学校生活だけでなく将来困 難な状況に陥った際にも役立つと期待されてい るからである. 体育・スポーツ心理学領域では,運動部活動 への参加を通じて生徒が身につける能力として ライフスキル(lifeskills)に注目した研究が行 われてきた 5) 6) .ライフスキルは「日常生活で
doi:10.5997/sposun.23.2_155 fatcat:mtm4b23swbcppkxlxkurgh2kve