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The Effects of well-being-oriented activities on the Happiness of University Students Attended Physical Education
교양체육 수업에 참여한 대학생의 웰빙지향행동이 행복감에 미치는 영향
- Seo, Soo-Jin (Dept. of Physical Education, Seowon University)
- 서수진 (서원대학교 체육교육과)
- Received : 2018.09.10
- Accepted : 2018.10.20
- Published : 2018.10.28
The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of well-being-oriented activities of university students in liberal arts and physical education classes on happiness. First, among well-being-oriented activities, females are more likely to have eco-friendly behavior, well-being-oriented, hobby-orientation and exercise orientation, and males are more likely to be better at purchasing well-being products and mental health. Happiness was found to be higher in boys than in outer happiness, self-controlled happiness, and inner happiness. By grade, there was no difference between men and women in well-being activities, and the happiness showed that the second and third grades were higher than the first grade, while the second and third grade were higher in inner happiness. The happiness level showed that the number of students who attended three sessions showed higher level of happiness. Second, among the well-being activities of students in liberal physical education classes, external happiness shows in hobby-orientation, mental health and exercise orientation. Self-regulating shows in well-being meal, hobby orientation, mental health. Inner happiness shows in well-being meal, hobby orientation, mental orientation and exercise orientation.
Physical Education Classes;University Students;Well-Being-Oriented Activities;Outer Happiness;Self-Controlled Happiness;Inner Happiness
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