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標題: 大專運動代表隊恆毅力特質之探討
The trait of grit : A study of college athletes
作者: 陳盈樺
Ying-Hua Chen
關鍵字: 恆毅力;學生運動員;大專院校;Grit;College athletes;Universities
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摘要: 
本研究是針對國立中興大學校代表隊選手作為研究對象,目的是想探討他們的恆毅力特質,採取質性研究的個案研究法,利用訪談深入暸解校代表隊成員如何透過運動產生培養恆毅力的四個條件因素去提升恆毅力特質。訪談六名校代表隊選手,利用文獻探討相關資料以及培養恆毅力由內而外的四大驅動力找尋興趣、刻意練習、目的、希望為訪談架構,透過訪談逐字稿、訪談當下的筆記進行彙整及歸納進而深入探討。
從訪談可以發現校代表隊選手的恆毅力特質都有影響到他們的生活,除了運動場上的良好表現之外,他們對於生活上也會保持堅持不放棄的態度,自律能力也很好,保有規律的生活習慣。他們運動過程會產生培養恆毅力四個條件,校代表隊因為好奇心接觸運動,漸漸培養成興趣,並且隨著時間推移更熱愛自己的運動,願意付出更多時間,花費更多精力在上面,他們保有一個夢想想要去達成,儘管這個過程很辛苦,但是他們為了自己的目標還是會願意去訓練。
由此可見運動是可以提升恆毅力,而且運動帶來的好處有許多,培養運動除了有益身心健康之外,運動員也都具有正面積極的心態,願意付出努力與精力去達成目標,而且不怕辛苦,就算碰到挫折也不會輕易放棄,當運動變成習慣之後還會去影響生活,對於日常生活中會有較規律的步調,自我要求也會比較高,而當擁有這樣的特質不管是在運動場上、學業上,或者是未來就業職場上都是很好的優勢。
未來研究也建議採用問卷方式調查運動員的刻意練習是否可以影響他們的運動表現以及恆毅力;另外也可以區分個人與團體運動,暸解他們的恆毅力特質會不會因為從事不同的運動項目或者不同運動成就有所差異。

This study is aimed at the National Chung Hsing university school team athletes as the research subjects. The purpose is to explore their grit trait. The interview method, a qualitative research case study method, was used to understand how university school team athletes develops the four conditions of cultivating grit through exercise to enhance characteristics of grit. This study interviewed six university school team athletes. Use discussion of literature and fostering grit from the inside and outside of the four driving forces to find interest, deliberate practice, purpose, hope for the interview structure.
Through the interviewing of verbatim scripts and interviews, the notes were collected and summarized for further discussion. Through interviews, it can be seen that the grit characteristics of the university school team athletes affect their lives. In addition to the good performance on the sports field, they will maintain their attitude of persistence and not give up in their lives. Their self-control ability is also very good and they maintain a regular life habit. Their sports process will produce four conditions for cultivating grit. The university school team gradually became interested because of curiosity and contact with the sport. And I love my sport more and more over time, willing to spend more time and spend more energy on it. They have a dream to achieve, although this process is very hard, but they will be willing to train for their own goals, you can learn that through exercise you can cultivate grit.
There are many benefits brought by the sport. In addition to good health, athletes have a positive attitude and are willing to work hard and energy to achieve goals. They are not afraid of hardships and will not easily give up even if they encounter setbacks. Cultivating sports is a good way to cultivate the traits of grit.
Future research also suggests that questionnaires should be used to investigate whether athletes' deliberate practice can affect their performance and grit. It is also possible to distinguish between individual and group sports and to understand whether the differences in sports items will result in differentiation of athletes' characteristics.
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