Sport Participation and Self-Esteem as Mediated by Perceived Peer Acceptance and Sport Self-Concept in Taiwanese College Students
In this study we posited that sport participation would be positively associated with self-esteem through the mediating variables of perceived peer acceptance and sport self-concept. A survey was completed by 489 Taiwanese college students using a 2-stage sampling design and structural equation modeling revealed that sport participation positively predicts peer acceptance and sport self-concept. Additionally, peer acceptance and sport self-concept were found to positively predict self-esteem.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-05-01
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