Graduate Project Title
Participation versus Elimination in Middle School Sport Activities
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Conrad H. Potter
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
Middle school students were surveyed to test two assumptions regarding fully participating versus being eliminated from sport activity and how elimination affects the choice ·of sport activity. The results showed that students would rather be participants than non-participants and that the possibility of elimination did not affect their choice of activity for most students.
Cail, Joseph Robert, "Participation versus Elimination in Middle School Sport Activities" (1991). All Graduate Projects. 331.
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