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SATISFACTION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS COURSES. ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH (ON THE EXAMPLE OF METAMORPHIC MODELS) (0.31 Mb, pdf) Read
Authors:
Yusupov Shamil' Rinatovich
Candidat of Politology, Associate Professor
Educational organization: Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev – KAI, Kazan, Russia
Iakupov Bulat Ildarovich
assistant
Educational organization: Kazan Federal University
Iusupov Rinat Andarzyanovich
Professor, Head of the Department of Physical Culture and Sports
Educational organization: A. N. Tupolev Kazan National Research Technical University
Annotation:

Currently, the social well-being of Russian citizens, the quality of life of its residents, are the subject of numerous sociological studies. The results obtained provide the opportunity to make adjustments to the state policy in the social sphere. Studies that identify key social problems of the young generation of Russians are especially important. One of the most acute problems is the quality of education. Educational institutions realize the importance of this issue. They carry out numerous surveys, questionnaires and focus groups among students and educators, and seek the opinion of the expert community. Of course, such studies provide an overview of the key issues, but they are mainly based on traditional methods that are well known to both educators and students. As a result, participants are not always ready to provide objective information, which ultimately affects the quality of research. This situation requires the use of modern research methods both in the field of sociology and in the field of marketing.

The purpose of the study: to identify determining factors for the lack of satisfaction of students with physical education at the university. This will increase motivation for attendance of physical education classes at the university.

Methods and organization of research: We used the focus group [1] method with elements of the metamorphic method to obtain reliable information about the attitude of students to the "Physical culture" course. The study consisted of two stages. At the first stage, participants visually displayed their attitude to the "Physical culture" course. At the second stage, respondents were asked additional questions.

Results. The main factors that contribute to willingness to attend the "Physical culture" course are: the ability to choose the type of activity during classes and characteristics of the educator. At the same time, we revealed the factors that repel from attending the "Physical culture" course. This is an infrastructure and not appropriate time for physical education according to students’ opinion.

Conclusion. The research revealed the attitude of students to the "Physical culture" course. It helped to understand how to enhance willingness to attend these classes.

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