A comparative study of technological excess on the national futsal team in Iraq Preparation of researchers


  • Mohammed Musarhad ALi General Directorate of Diyala Education
  • Raed Dawood Salman General Directorate of Diyala Education




technological excess, futsal


The current research aims to study the comparison of technological excess on the players of the national futsal team, in the fields of health, behavioral, psychological, and social studies, touching on the effects resulting from technological excess, according to the gender variable, using the survey method, which is one of the descriptive methods. The study was conducted on a community of futsal players, numbering (48) of both sexes, who are accustomed to using the Internet and its applications for long periods of time. The effect of technological excess, depending on the theoretical literature for the topic of the current research, and was presented to a group of gentlemen experts and specialists, to ensure its scientific foundations (honesty and reliability), and by analyzing the sample responses and its data using the statistical bag (SPSS), and the study reached a set of results, most notably Comparison of the degree of technological excess among the players of the national futsal team was high, according to the result of the statistical analysis of the sample responses, and there were no significant differences. Moral sound according to the average responses of the sample in the effect of excessive technology on the players of the national futsal team, attributed to the variable (gender), and the researchers presented a set of recommendations, most notably: the players should organize the times of using the Internet, and direct the players and instruct them towards using this technology in a regulated and correct way, as it included not to overdo this modern technology



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How to Cite

Mohammed Musarhad ALi, & Raed Dawood Salman. (2023). A comparative study of technological excess on the national futsal team in Iraq Preparation of researchers. Modern Sport, 22(1), 0012. https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.2023.22.1.0012