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Authoritarian leadership among Chinese coach and athlete’s perception of coach effectiveness: The mediating role of psychological collectivism
Huang , Kuo-En
|Keywords: ||威權領導 ; 心理集體性; 教練效能 |
authoritarian leadership; coach effectiveness; psychological collectivism
|Issue Date: ||2020-03-03 11:50:14 (UTC+8)|
Introduction: Research has proven fruitful evidence that Chinese coaches' authoritarian leadership carries out positive effects on group-level team effectiveness. This leadership style, rooted from traditional Chinese culture, still continuously impact on sport teams. The influence of coaches' authoritarian leadership on the team member's psychological process is an issue worth further discussion. Thus, this study aims to examine the relationship between coaches' authoritarian leadership and the athletes' perception of coach effectiveness, and explore the mediating role of psychological collectivism. Methods: By convenience sampling, participants were 183 athletes from 15 Judo teams in different junior and senior high schools. This research aims to measure athletes' perception of authoritarian leadership, psychological collectivism, coach effectiveness, abusive supervision, and differential leadership. Hypotheses are tested by performing descriptive statistics, correlation, confirmative factor analysis, and structure equation model. Results: 1. The relationship between authoritarian leadership and psychological collectivism is significantly positive by controlling two factors, abusive supervision and differential leadership. 2. psychological collectivism is positively related to the perception of coach effectiveness. 3. The relationship between authoritarian leadership and athletes' perception of coach effectiveness is partially mediated by psychological collectivism. Conclusions: The study to explain the positive relationship between coach authoritarian leadership and athlete's perception of coach effectiveness, which is mediated by psychological collectivism. Also, by clarifying the concept of coach authoritarian leadership, we make contributions to link the theoretical knowledge of organizational leadership to the practices of sport field. We believe it also provides future directions for research in relevant sport topics.
|Relation: ||Physical Education Journal(體育學報), Vol.52, No.1, pp.109-125|
|Data Type: ||article|
|DOI 連結: ||http://dx.doi.org/ 10.3966/102472972019035201009|
|Appears in Collections:||[心理學系] 期刊論文|
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