Exploration of Activity Factors by Job to Strengthen Adolescent Athletes' Career Capacities

청소년기 운동선수 진로역량강화를 위한 직업군별 활동요소 탐색

  • Lee, Yang-Gu (Dept. of Physical Education, Seowon University)
  • Received : 2018.05.23
  • Accepted : 2018.07.20
  • Published : 2018.07.28


To realize various opportunities to choose careers for adolescent sports players, first, it is necessary to help them choose a job suitable for each student's aptitude. In reality, adolescent sports players absolutely have insufficient time for choosing various careers unlike general adolescents and realizing them. Thus, differentiated and specialized convergence learning materials are needed by each job cluster suitable for adolescent sports players' aptitude. The learning materials, specialized for these individual job clusters are a method to show a great effect on education with investing the minimum time, so they have a high value for utilization as necessary learning information for the realization of various opportunities to choose various careers for adolescent sports players.


Supported by : National Research Foundation of Korea


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