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A Phenomenological Study on the Continuation of Exercise and School Life Satisfaction of Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Integrated Physical Education Volleyball Activities.

통합체육 배구활동이 지적장애학생의 운동지속과 학교생활만족에 관련한 현상학적 연구

  • Received : 2019.05.10
  • Accepted : 2019.07.20
  • Published : 2019.07.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the phenomenon studies related to athletic continuity and school life satisfaction of the intellectually disabled students. According to the analysis, the integrated sports volleyball program has acquired athletic skills in the satisfaction of school life and maintained close friendship through cooperation. The participants of intellectually disabled students have been more flexible with the improvement of the physical education volleyball program, and they are affiliated with the school's cooperation, through a cooperative study. Therefore, through the integrated sports volleyball program, students with disabilities can overcome limitations and dissatisfaction with the athletic continuity and satisfaction of school life and achieve the integration they seek in the integrated education.

Keywords

Integrated Sports;Intellectual disability;Continued exercise;School life;A network of friends

Table 1. general characteristics of the subject

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Table 2. Factors affecting the duration of exercise

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Table 3. Factors Affecting School Life Satisfaction

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