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The constraints of swimming class participation in Taipei junior high school student
The purpose of this study was to investigate the major constraints of swimming class in junior high school student in Taipei city. The participants were mainly from the 2nd semester of 2009’s junior high school students in Taipei city, a likert scale questionnaire and interview were used for data collection. The results indicated that (1) 25 meters swimming competency assessment was attainable for the most of students at junior high school in Taipei city, student’s perception of swimming class was just fairly, and only 23% students were willing to participate in swimming activity during after school time; (2) The top five constraints from high to low were the climate factor, the flavor of disinfectant, the duration time for swimming class was too short, lack of washing/cleaning logistics, and the bad quality of water; The constructed constraint factors were, from high to low, structural constraints, intrapersonal constraints, and interpersonal constraints; (3) There was a significant difference between structural constraint in grades. The level of father’s educational background showed significant difference in interpersonal constraint, however the level of mother’s educational background didn’t show the significant difference in structural constraint, intrapersonal constraint and interpersonal constraint.
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