Modern Physical Education and Its Influence on Students' Entrepreneurial Psychology in Sports Universities.
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Zhou, D., Zhu, D., Zhang, F., Li, G., & Zong, K. (2021). Modern Physical Education and Its Influence on Students' Entrepreneurial Psychology in Sports Universities.. Front Psychol, 12 https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.751176
This study aims to explore the entrepreneurial psychology of physical Education (PE) students under the "Internet+"environment, to cultivate and improve the entrepreneurial consciousness of PE students, taking the realization of students' sense of self-efficacy as an intermediary factor. The new educational technology in modern PE is analyzed first. Specifically, the motion sensing technology based on human-computer natural interaction can be used for training, so that learners can effectively improve their physical skills. Subsequently, the current entrepreneurial situation of PE majors is discussed, with 188 students from Tianjin University of Sport and Guangzhou Sport University selected as research subjects. It is found that 62.2% of students have never been exposed to online entrepreneurship, and they are more afraid of entrepreneurial risks. In terms of entrepreneurial motivation, most students choose to start a business because of "personal ideals," and only 40 people choose to start a business because of economic factors. There is a significant positive correlation between entrepreneurial self-efficacy and entrepreneurial intention of college students majoring in PE, and the correlation coefficient is 0.488. At present, the teaching mode of sports universities focuses on the teaching of professional courses. However, students generally believe that the professional knowledge learned is not useful for future entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurial self-efficacy of college students tends to be positive, and there are notable differences in the entrepreneurial self-efficacy between boys and girls. The regression analysis of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and entrepreneurial intention of college students shows that entrepreneurial self-efficacy can effectively predict entrepreneurial intention. This research promotes the innovation and development of the sports industry under the background of "Internet+".
Psychology, entrepreneurial psychology, physical education, human-computer interaction, Internet+, entrepreneurial motivation
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.751176
This record's URL: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/332542