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Title: The influence of team communication, collective efficacy, and athlete satisfaction on team performance efficiency among multicultural rugby players in Bangkok Metropolitan
Authors: Soravit Aophon
Keywords: Team communication
Collective efficacy
Athlete satisfaction
Team performance efficiency
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Bangkok University
Abstract: The objective of this survey research is to explore the influence of team communication, collective efficacy, and athlete satisfaction on team performance efficiency among multicultural rugby players in Bangkok Metropolitan. One hundred forty-two rugby players currently living in Bangkok Metropolitan, Thailand, responded to the questionnaires. The sample was selected by using purposive sampling and convenience sampling methods. The data was tabulated and analyzed by using Linear Regression Analysis, Spearman Correlation Analysis, and Multiple Regression at the significance level of .05. The findings revealed as follows: (1) Team communication among multicultural rugby players in relations to positive conflict, distinctiveness, and acceptance significantly influenced their collective efficacy, but negative conflict was not significantly influenced their collective efficacy. (2) Team communication among multicultural rugby players in relations to acceptance and distinctiveness were positive predictors of athlete satisfaction but negative conflict was negative predictor, and positive conflict was not significantly influenced their athlete satisfaction. (3) Collective efficacy among multicultural rugby players significantly influenced their athlete satisfaction. (4) Athlete satisfaction among multicultural rugby players was significant predictor of their team performance efficiency, but collective efficacy was not significant predictor of their team performance efficiency. (5) Collective efficacy among multicultural rugby players was positively correlated with their team performance efficiency. (6) Athlete satisfaction among multicultural rugby players was positively correlated with their team performance efficiency.
Description: Independent Study (M.Com.Arts)--Global Communications, Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2020
Advisor(s): Pacharaporn Kesaprakorn
URI: http://dspace.bu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/4730
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