Experimental Research on Sports Morality Intervention for Young School Children under the Background of Double Reduction
DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2022.061204 | Downloads: 16 | Views: 429
Huijian Deng 1, Jingen Tang 1
1 College of Physical Education, Hunan Institute of Science and Technology, Yueyang, 414000, Hunan, China
Corresponding AuthorHuijian Deng
To implement the "double reduction" policy, promote moral education, and promote the overall development of young school children, this study used two kinds of programs, namely degree centrality intervention and random intervention, to carry out sports moral intervention for middle and primary school students in physical education class, which is based on social network analysis. The results demonstrated that the social preference network structure of primary and middle school students is concentrated, and the specific students at the center of the network are more able to control and influence the whole network. Moreover, there is a network effect among the students in the degree centrality intervention group, and this method was superior to the random treatment. Social network analysis provides a new perspective of network structure for studying primary and secondary school students' behavioral attributes and provides an operable scientific paradigm for studying sports morality intervention.
KEYWORDSPhysical education classroom, Sports morality, Experimental, Social network analysis
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Huijian Deng, Jingen Tang, Experimental Research on Sports Morality Intervention for Young School Children under the Background of Double Reduction. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2022) Vol. 6: 23-31. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2022.061204.
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