An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities)
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- ItemThe Motives of Tennis Game Practice in Jordan(2012) & Firas Aldolat; Mohammed Banymelhim; Shafe' TelfahThe aim of this study was to investigate the motives of tennis game practice in Jordan, And identifying the differences in degree of practice Motives in regard to the variables of (gender age, educational qualification, monthly income), The sample of the study consisted of (87) players, The identify included several domains (Social motives, psychological and mental motives, physical fitness and health motives, sporting excellence and achievement motives, and material motives), The results of this study revealed that the most important motives of tennis practice were respectively (health and fitness motives, psychological and mental motives, social motives, sporting excellence motives, achievement motives, and the physical motives), The results also revealed that there were statistically differences of motives in regard to the variables of gender, age, educational qualification, and monthly income.