Instrument Development Sports Risk Management Practice Using Rasch Measurement Model

  •  Ahmad Esa    
  •  Fatimah Mustaffa    


Instruments Sports Risk Management Practices (APRS) was constructed to identify risk management practicesamong coaches IPG sports in Malaysia. This study was conducted to prove the validity and reliability of APRSby building Rasch model. The respondents comprised of coaches and athletes IPG which represents IPGMs theGames Institute for Higher Education 2013. Validity and reliability of the questionnaire were measured usingWinsteps software version The results showed that the reliability index for the item and therespondents are respectively 0.75 and 0.99. In terms of polarity, each item is capable of measuring APRS coachwith the Institute of Teacher Education Malaysia PTMEA CORR value between 0.15 to 0.85. Incompatibilitytest items showed no item should be dropped because the outfit mean-square value is in the range of 0.6 to 1.4and test unidimensionality shows the standardized residual variance was 50.9%, equivalent to the model of 50.9%with the largest secondary dimension in contrast to the first record variance of 5.6 %. APRS capable ofmeasuring constructs built the identification, evaluation, selection and implementation of operations.

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