Relationship between Social Development and life Satisfaction According to Horse-riding Experience Participation level

승마체험 참여정도에 따른 사회성발달 및 생활만족과의 관계

  • Received : 2019.05.12
  • Accepted : 2019.08.20
  • Published : 2019.08.28


The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between social development and life satisfaction according to horse riding participation degree of participants. In order to accomplish the purpose of this study, participants of the equestrian program were set as the population and the sample was extracted by the method of Stratified cluster random sampling. The input data were statistically processed according to the purpose of the study using the SPSS / AMOS 22.0 Version Statistical Program for Windows, and the results were as follows. The results of the analysis are as follows. First, there were some differences in demographic characteristics such as horse riding experience, social development, life satisfaction, and participation level. Second, there was a partial relationship between participation level and social development of participants. Particularly, the degree of participation in horse riding experience was related to the activity of social development. Third, the participation level of horse riding experience was analyzed as having no direct influence on participants' life satisfaction. Fourth, it was analyzed that the development of sociality due to participation in horse riding experiences did not directly affect life satisfaction. Fifth, participation in experience of horse riding, social development and life satisfaction were not causally related.


Horse Riding Experience;Participation Degree;Social Development;Life Satisfaction


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