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The Moderating Effect of the Sports Activity Satisfaction in the relationship between Adolescents' Communication Skills and Positive Self-concept within Peer Group (청소년 또래집단 내 커뮤니케이션 능력과 긍정적 자아개념과의 관계에서 스포츠활동 만족도의 조절효과)

  • Kim, Ki-Sup;Chang, Ik Young
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.365-373
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    • 2017
  • This research aims to verify the moderating effect of sports activity satisfaction in the relationship between adolescents' communication skills and positive self-concept within peer group. To achieve this purpose, this study extracted 250 samples from five boys high schools in Gyeonggi-do, and used survey of 232 students for actual analysis excluding the surveys with unfaithful answer or double entry. Questionnaire was used as a tool for collecting data and conducted frequency analysis, correlation analysis and moderator regression analysis to analyze the collected data. This study drew the following results. It was identified that sub-factors of sports activity satisfaction as social, physical, environmental and educational satisfaction have the moderating effect in the relationship between adolescents' communication skills and social self-concept with peer group. In other words, communication skills within adolescents' peer group play an important role in improving positive self-concept, but when sports activity satisfaction put as a moderating variable, adolescents' positive self-concept would be more improved.

Effects of the After School Sports Club Activity on the School Life Satisfaction in the Middle School Students (중학생의 방과 후 스포츠클럽활동 참가가 학교생활만족에 미치는 영향)

  • Hwang, Sun-Hwan;Kim, Hong-Seol
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.12
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    • pp.771-778
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of the study was to investigate the effects of the after school sports club activity on the school life satisfaction in the middle school students. A total of 640 middle school students in D city at september, 2012 were selected using the stratified cluster random sampling method. The survey instrument was utilized for the current study. Independent variables included participation or non-participation and the level of participation(frequency, duration, intensity), and dependent variables contained the school life satisfaction(classmate, teacher, learning activity, school event, and following rules). After the pilot test, the frequency analysis, exploratory factor analysis, reliability analysis, t-test, correlation analysis, and regression analysis were conducted with the SPSS 18.0 program. Main findings were as followed: First, the school life satisfaction of the middle school students participating in the after school sports club activity was higher than it of non-participants. Second, the level of participation in the after school sports clubs activity had an influence on the school life satisfaction. In detail, satisfaction with the school life of students who frequently, long, and intensively participated in the after school sports club activity was higher.

Phenomenological Study of Skin Scuba Participants in Busan Region (부산지역 스킨스쿠버 참여자의 현상학적 연구)

  • JANG, Jae-Yong
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.148-157
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    • 2017
  • This study has studied the phenomenon exclusive to the activity of skin scuba among marine sports in Busan region, and such empirical studies are for the development of skin scuba, and even of the entire marine sports, and in order to achieve such objective, the study method centered around qualitative study method of in-depth interview, participatory observation, and documentation study, the results of which are as follows. First is the advantage of the local environment as an open-water location. This study area has beaches of pebbles, and the underwater is also comprised of pebbles up to a certain distance, securing a superior underwater visibility compared to the sand of other Busan regions, and such local environment is thought to be an advantage of skin scuba activity. Second is the satisfaction of accessibility. This study area had an advantage in participant accessibility, which is thought to act as a good strength for the marine sports development of this area in the future. Third is the satisfaction of education. The club instructors of this study area had various marine sports-related licenses such as skin scuba, along with marine lifeguard trainer qualifications to prepare against safety accidents, which are also thought to have positive influences on the education satisfaction for beginners. Fourth is the inconvenient subsidiary facility. This study area has great natural environment for open waters, but the subsidiary facilities of the club for skin scuba activity was found to be very inconvenient by this study, and for the future development of skin scuba, the improvement of subsidiary facilities should be considered. Fifth is the inconvenient parking facilities. The participants in this study area agreed upon the inconvenience of the parking issue alongside the subsidiary facilities. There are always parking issues near the coasts of Busan region, and in order to resolve such issues, active assistance from the City of Busan and each local government, and if such methods are well proposed, the conflict between the marine sports participants and local residents shall be resolved, it would play a great role in the development of marine sports.

Factors Influencing a Health-Promoting Lifestyle among Highly Educated, Married, Employed and Unemployed Women (고학력 기혼여성의 취업 여부에 따른 건강증진생활양식의 영향요인 - 전업주부와 교사의 비교 -)

  • 최지현;이태용;정영진
    • Journal of Nutrition and Health
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    • v.35 no.10
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    • pp.1089-1103
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this study is to identify factors influencing a health-promoting lifestyle among highly educated, married women with or without work outside the home. It is a direct interview, cross-sectional study. Subjects were 250 married, unemployed women and 236 married women employed as teachers. Women who have not graduated college, work only part-time or have no current spouse were excluded. The instruments used were the Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile (Walker, et al., 1987) and the Habitual Physical Activity Questionnaire (Backe, et al., 1982), The HPLP scores of the employed, married women were significantly lower than those for unemployed respondents. for both groups of respondents, the self-actualization subscale was the highest score and the exercise subscale was the lowest score. The HPLP indicated that exercise is a very weak area. Thus, an increase in exercise time and frequency, especially for highly educated, married women, is suggested. Multiple regression analysis revealed that a health-promoting lifestyle of unemployed, married women was affected by sports activity, leisure-time activity, depression and satisfaction of role allotment. On the other hand, a health-promoting lifestyle of employed, married women was affected by sports activity, leisure-time activity, stress, self-perceived economic status, coffee consumption, husband's help, and maid's help. That is, with more sports activity and leisure-time activity, less depression and more satisfaction of role allotment, unemployed, married women would have higher HPLP scores. Also, with more sports activity and leisure-time activity, less stress, better self-perceived economic status, less coffee consumption, more husband's help and more maid's help, employed, married women would have higher HPLP scores. The results indicate that sports activity and leisure-time activity were the first and the second determinants of health-promoting lifestyle respectively. Therefore, an exercise-centered health-promoting program for highly educated, married women is suggested in the community or workplace. Especially, the program should be designed to be easily approachable for highly educated, employed married women who have more of a role burden compared to unemployed women.

Analysis of the Interrelations among Perceptions of Satisfaction with Service in the Users of Sports Facilities (체육시설 이용객의 서비스 만족도 인식간 상호관계 분석)

  • Lee, Yang-Gu
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.12
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    • pp.337-344
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    • 2018
  • This study aims to provide the basic data for the revitalization, efficient operation and management of sports facilities by investigating the perceptions of the service satisfaction in the users of public sports facilities. As the subjects of this study, 225 residents in the Chungbuk region were selected regardless of their sexes, and correspondence analysis method was applied to examine the interrelations among perceptions in the users of public sports facilities. The findings obtained through the research results are summarized as follows: First, it is necessary to construct and improve public sports facilities for the efficiency of their operation and the reflection of the users' demand for service satisfaction. Second, it is necessary to approach from the welfare aspect in the plan for the utilization of public sports facilities and to develop and provide various activity programs for the consumers' classes.

A Study of Stroke Patients' Leisure Activities and Quality of Life

  • Paek, Hyun Hee;Seo, Eun Jin;Kim, Jeong Ja
    • Journal of International Academy of Physical Therapy Research
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    • v.5 no.2
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    • pp.764-771
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    • 2014
  • This study was conducted in order to examine relationship between stroke patients' degree of satisfaction with leisure and quality of life according to their leisure activity types and whether they conducted leisure activities. A direct survey was performed from April 8 to May 3, 2013 on 92 inpatients and outpatients who received occupational therapy at hospitals located in Jeonju and Gunsan. A frequency analysis was carried out in order to look at the general characteristics of the subjects, their degree of participation in leisure activities, and their degree of satisfaction with leisure activities. A Pearson's coefficient was used to examine relationship between their degree of satisfaction and quality of life according to participation in leisure activities. Their degree of satisfaction according to participation in leisure activities was significantly higher when they took part in leisure activities such as handicraft activities, sports activities, or travel or tourism activities than when they did not perform any leisure activities. Their quality of life according to participation in leisure activities was higher when they conducted sports activities, outing activities, or tourism activities than when they did not. There was significant correlation between their degree of satisfaction with leisure and quality of life according to leisure activities.

Differences in Life Satisfaction by Leisure Participation Types of the Elderly (노인의 여가참여유형에 따른 생활만족도의)

  • Kim, Oi-Sook
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.23-42
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to explore a typology of leisure participation, investigate determinants of leisure participation types, and analyze differences in life satisfaction by the types of leisure participation of the elderly. The data source for this research was the 2014 Time Use Survey conducted by the Korea National Statistical office (KNSO). The statistical methods for the analysis were mean, standard deviation, ANOVA, Duncan test, cluster analysis, and logistic regression analysis. Leisure participation were classified into five types based on five categories; social activities, religious activities, media, sports, time-spending activity. The five types were named "general", "insufficient", "religious oriented", "media oriented", and sports oriented" type. Gender, health condition were identified as important determinants for the types. Life satisfaction was different according to leisure participation type of the elderly. Religious oriented type showed the highest score of life satisfaction and media oriented type showed the lowest.

A Study of Satisfaction with the children of multi-cultural family through Taekwondo program (태권도 교육 프로그램을 통한 다문화가정 자녀들의 만족도 연구)

  • An, Sang-Yun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.535-543
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    • 2017
  • This study aimed to improve the satisfaction of multi-cultural children by encouraging their participation in healthy exercises, and confirm the level of changes in their school life, the satisfaction with happiness. In order to achieve this purpose, dividing the participants in this program into an experimental group of 20 who participate in taekwondo training program and a comparison group of 20 who do not do sports activity, the study was conducted with a binary mixed design by three repeated measures by group. The conclusions made through these measures were as follows: According to the measurement time between the experimental group who participated in taekwondo training program and the comparison group who did not do sports activity, there were differences in changes in satisfaction of school life, leisure satisfaction, and satisfaction with happiness. Namely, the change in the experimental group was more than that of the comparison group. In conclusion, for multi-cultural children, it can be assessed that as the duration of participation in the taekwondo training program increases, the effect was clear, and it was found that satisfaction of school life, leisure satisfaction, and happiness satisfaction have changed statistically and significantly.

The Relationship of Participant Motivation, Physical Self-concept, University Life Satisfaction of the Leisure Sport on the University Students (대학생 여가스포츠의 참여동기, 신체적자기개념, 대학생활만족과의 관계)

  • Lee, Gun-Chur
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.20 no.12
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    • pp.357-366
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between students' motivation for participating in leisure sports, students' physical self-concept and the life satisfaction of university students. A total of 419 students were finally analyzed using the convenience sampling method of non-random sampling method after selecting those university students participating in leisure sports at a university located in J district. The results of analysis using SPSS version 21.0 program are as follows. First, there is a positive (+) correlation between the motives of participation of university students and their physical self-concept and satisfaction with university life. Second, the influence of the motive to participate in sports has a positive (+) effect on sports competence and this is affected by health fitness and social interaction, physical activity is affected by pleasure, health fitness, and conditioning, self-esteem, muscular strength is affected by pleasure, health fitness, condition, and society, flexibility is affected by pleasure, health fitness, and society. Third, the influence of participation motive had a positive (+) effect on school satisfaction is affected by pleasure, health fitness, physical condition, external display, socialization, and fellow satisfaction is effected by pleasure and condition.

The Relationships between Well-Being Lifestyle, Well-Being Attitude, Life Satisfaction, and Demographic Characteristics (웰빙 라이프스타일, 웰빙태도, 삶의 만족도 및 인구통계학적 특성간의 관계)

  • Park, Kwang-Hee
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.49 no.7
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    • pp.39-49
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the attitude towards well-being and life satisfaction, to investigate the effect of healthy lifestyle and attitude towards well-being on life satisfaction, and to explore the differences in well-being lifestyle factors, well-being attitude, and life satisfaction against demographic variables. This study gave a questionnaire survey to adults between the ages of 10 and 60 who lived in the Seoul, Daegu and Kyungbuk regions of South Korea. Data collected from the 285 respondents was analyzed using descriptive statistics, correlation, t-tests, ANOVA, factor analyses, and regression analysis. The lifestyle for well-being was categorized into four areas, social welfare oriented activity, use of environmentally friendly products, self-esteem enhancement, and sports activity. Three of these factors were significantly correlated with the attitude towards wellbeing. The results of the regression analysis suggested that healthy lifestyle and attitude towards well-being affected people's life satisfaction.