APA 6th Edition Rodek, J., Idrizović, K., Zenić, N., Perasović, B. i Kondrič, M. (2013). Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports. Collegium antropologicum, 37 supplement 2 (2), 211-217. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494
MLA 8th Edition Rodek, Jelena, et al. "Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports." Collegium antropologicum, vol. 37 supplement 2, br. 2, 2013, str. 211-217. https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494. Citirano 03.12.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Rodek, Jelena, Kemal Idrizović, Nataša Zenić, Benjamin Perasović i Miran Kondrič. "Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports." Collegium antropologicum 37 supplement 2, br. 2 (2013): 211-217. https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494
Harvard Rodek, J., et al. (2013). 'Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports', Collegium antropologicum, 37 supplement 2(2), str. 211-217. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494 (Datum pristupa: 03.12.2020.)
Vancouver Rodek J, Idrizović K, Zenić N, Perasović B, Kondrič M. Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports. Collegium antropologicum [Internet]. 2013 [pristupljeno 03.12.2020.];37 supplement 2(2):211-217. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494
IEEE J. Rodek, K. Idrizović, N. Zenić, B. Perasović i M. Kondrič, "Differential Analysis of the Doping Behaviour Templates in Three Types of Sports", Collegium antropologicum, vol.37 supplement 2, br. 2, str. 211-217, 2013. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/102494. [Citirano: 03.12.2020.]
Sažetak Conducted researches recognize various risk factors, as well as protective factors against doping behaviour in different sports i.e. sports disciplines or activities. The main goal of this research was to identify the correlation between selected socio-demographic, health-related, and sports-related predictors with doping factors in three different types of sports, which are (1) highly energetic demanding sports (weightlifting), (2) highly technical demanding sports (racquet
sports), and (3) highly tactical demanding sports (sailing). The research consisted of three separate studies, each one of them researching one of the sports. The sample of subjects included altogether 293 athletes, senior level competitors (older than 18 years of age). In total, the sample comprised three homogenous sub-samples, as follows: athletes in highly energetic demanding sports (weightlifters and power lifters; N=27), athletes in highly technical demanding sports (table tennis, tennis and badminton players; N=188), and athletes in highly tactical demanding sports (sailing; N=78). The first study involved weightlifters where we should point out the existence of high doping behaviour. In this study, religiousness was interpreted as the most significant protective factor against doping behaviour, while sports factors are not found to be significantly related to doping. The study involving racquet sport athletes suggests a high risk of doping behaviour among those athletes who observe doping behaviour in their sport.We noticed low levels of athletes’ trust in their coaches’ and physicians’ opinions on doping issues. This is an issue which should be researched in the future, because the underlying cause has not been studied as yet. Briefly, it seems that either the athletes are not convinced of their
coaches’/physicians’ expertise regarding doping issues, and/or they do not believe in their good intentions. It is particularly important, as the previous research has shown that with the increased trust in coaches and physicians, the chance that an athlete will use doping decreases. As expected, it is characteristic for sailing that it has a low likelihood of potential doping behaviour, although the consumption of dietary supplements is high. Substance abuse in sports spreads beyond those that enhance athletic performance. All of these issues should be studied in more detail in the future and, if appropriately
validated, incorporated into anti-doping intervention programs.