SPORTS AND SOCIAL WELL-BEING: PERCEPTION OF UNIVERSITIES’ PLAYERS

Zafar Iqbal Butt, Abdul Waheed Mughal, Abdul Jabar Adnan, Noman Saeed

Abstract


The purpose of the games and sports is to create a friendly and healthy environment for our up-to-the-minute generation and youth. It also helps the people to enhance their patience and control, and their mind-set toward other peoples of the society. Sports teach how to show tolerance and how to switch aggression. This study was quantitative in nature. In this research, population was students of the University of the Punjab. In this study researcher collected data through survey method and research instrument was rating scale. Statistical analysis showed that most of the players approved that sports promote the positive effects regarding social well-being.


Keywords


social well-being, society, educational institutions, sports

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