Social context of the self-assessment of sports careers of students-SMS players.

Social context of the self-assessment of sports careers of students-SMS players.

Only 11,2% of the respondents considered their career so far successful – Tab. 12.13, more than half of them 53,7% she thought, that it has been partially successful so far. The level of youth satisfaction decreases with increasing age of the respondents. The breakthrough age for such an assessment of the respondents was age 16-17 years.

In subsequent correlations: Tab. 12.14,12.15 and 12.16 differences in attitudes and assessments of their own sports career were small, although in the case of the variable of social origin, the satisfaction of the respondents of intellectual origin was more visible and a large percentage of those partially satisfied in relation to the other respondents of a different social origin.

The level of full satisfaction of the SMS students was as high as 26% a 37% of the respondents were much less satisfied with their career. While 1/4 the respondents were not rather satisfied. These grades aren't bad. Although one should consider whether 63% total satisfaction is a good indicator for SMS and the entire youth sports training system based on sports championship schools. In assessing this fact, the benchmark for this assessment is important.

In the case of sports pursuits, tab. 12.17 more than half of the surveyed youth expressed their willingness to qualify for the Olympic team and the senior team. Apparently, the role of the Olympian was more attractive than the others. It was testimony to this 34,6% elections to 19,8% recommendations by the surveyed senior staff as the subject of their aspirations. These choices are also the reality of their desires. Some respondents, judging by their sports level, expressed their desires exaggerated.

In terms of assessing the life goals of young athletes from SMS, equally important was the scope and amount of their educational aspirations tab. 12.18. About 80% respondents, students-athletes wanted to study, including the group of athletes surveyed 46,3% wanted to study at the University of Physical Education, that is, their school experiences can be treated as a kind of professional pre-orientation towards sport and physical culture. Can this fact be treated as the result of a properly functioning socialization process in sport and in sport?? Undoubtedly, the youth we studied belonged to young people with awakened expectations and aspirations, as can be seen, not only in [Karwacki A., 1997].