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The effects of leisure activities on learning agility for youths: Mediative effects of interpersonal relationship

청소년의 여가활용이 학습 적응성에 미치는 영향: 대인관계의 매개효과

  • 최경일 (한라대학교 사회복지학과)
  • Received : 2018.01.15
  • Accepted : 2018.03.20
  • Published : 2018.03.28

Abstract

This study aims to examine the effectiveness of leisure activity on learning agility and to verify the mediative effectiveness of interpersonal relationship between leisure activity and learning agility for youths. To achieve these purpose, 6,637 data that sampled by 'IEA ICCS 2016' were analyzed with structural equation. The results of study were as follow. First, leisure activity directly effects on learning agility for youths. Second, leisure activity directly effects on interpersonal relationship. Third, interpersonal relationship directly effects on learning agility and partial mediative effects between leisure activity and learning agility. These results implies that youths' leisure activity is not only directly affecting learning agility, but also affecting interpersonal relationship. And this interpersonal relationship also effects learning agility. Based on these results, some practical implications were proposed to develop learning agility in terms of leisure activity and interpersonal relationship.

Keywords

Leisure activity;Interpersonal relationship;Learning agility;Youths;Mediative effectiveness

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