The Pathways of the Inflated Beliefs of Responsibility and their Relationship to the Side- Thinking of Prisoners Practicing for Sports

Authors

  • Amer Saeed Al-Khagani
  • Haider Jasim Nema

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15861

Keywords:

Pathways, inflated beliefs, sports, prisoners, side-thinking.

Abstract

The research included the introduction and the importance of research: The importance of identifying the
paths of the inflated beliefs of responsibility and their relation to the side thinking of the sports-practicing
prisoners in the Division of Positions and Altesfarat in Diwaniyah. The aim of the research is: The relationship
between the paths of the inflated beliefs of responsibility and the side-thinking of sports-practicing prisoners
in the Diwaniyah Positions and Altesfarat Division.
The Imposition of The Search: The researcher assumes that there is a real link between the paths of the
inflated beliefs of responsibility and the side-thinking of the sports-practicing prisoners in the Diwaniyah
Positions and Altesfarat Division.
The research methodology and procedures are also included in the field, as researchers used the descriptive
approach in the survey style and comparative studies
The research sample, which is the sports-practicing prisoners, is used to discuss the tools used in research,
testing used and statistical means.
The results were presented and discussed, and the results were presented in tabular form and then discussed.
The research contained conclusions and recommendations, the most important conclusions being:
There are statistically significant moral differences between the paths of the inflated beliefs of responsibility
and the side-thinking of prisoners practicing sports activity

Author Biographies

Amer Saeed Al-Khagani

Assistant Professor and Researcher in Department of Physical Education, College of Physical Education & Sports
Sciences, Babylon University, Babylon, Iraq

Haider Jasim Nema

Assistant Professor and Researcher in Department of Physical Education, College of Physical Education & Sports
Sciences, Babylon University, Babylon, Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Amer Saeed Al-Khagani, & Haider Jasim Nema. (2021). The Pathways of the Inflated Beliefs of Responsibility and their Relationship to the Side- Thinking of Prisoners Practicing for Sports. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 3615-3621. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15861