Gender Differences In Academic Performance Among University Athletes In Ghana: A Case Study Of University Of Cape Coast
The study examined the academic performance records of student-athletes in the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Ghana, to find out if there were any gender differences, using a comparative descriptive research design. The population for the study comprised all UCC registered athletes from 2008 to 2013, which was 866. Purposive sampling technique was used to select all 239 athletes who
Effect Of Bureaucracy On Administrative Control Systems In The University Of Education, Winneba
The study sought to investigate the effect of bureaucracy on the administration of the University of Education, Winneba. The research was a descriptive survey that adopted questionnaire as the instrument for data collection from a sample of 83 participants. The population of the study consisted of Deans, heads of department, the Finance Officer, administrators and student leaders in the University.
Perceived Physiological Effects Of Sports Injuries On Career Prospects And Performance Of Kwara State Athletes
In recent years, there have been a redundancy in athletes functioning resulted from sports injuries. These injuries have physiological implications on performance and career pursuits. Therefore, the research was carried out to investigate the perceived physiological effects of sports injuries on performance and career prospects of Kwara State athletes. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for the research; the population
Assessment Of Physical Activity Participation Levels Among Workers In Financial Institutions
Working in financial institutions can be more time consuming. The available literature on physical activity participation levels among workers in financial institutions in Ghana is scarce. This was the stimulus for this study. The study assessed physical activity levels of participants in financial institutions. Descriptive design within quantitative approach was adopted for the study. One hundred and twenty-six respondents were