The Impact of Intramurals on Young Adolescents
Louis L. Warren

This study examines the practice of intramurals and its impact on students’ self-concepts and perceptions of their school climate. Instruments used were the Self-Description Questionnaire-II and Quality of School Life Scale. Results showed that students participating in intramurals had higher overall self-concepts than did students receiving no opportunities for intramurals as well as higher overall quality of school life. The findings suggest that intramurals plays an important role in making middle grades more responsive to the needs of young adolescents

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jehd.v5n1a11