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A Study of Morning Recreational Sports in Taipei Urban Edge-hills -- A Case Study of The Elephant Mountain
Taipei urban edge-hills
The purpose of this study was to research the morning recreational sports in Mt. Elephant of Taipei. Furthermore, the study not only analyzed the characteristics of demographic variables and recreational sports behavior, but also discussed the relationship among the different variables, recreational sports motivation and satisfaction of facilities. The survey was proceeded from Mar.17 to Apr.13 and the research instrument was “The Questionnaire of Morning Recreational Sports in Mt. Elephant of Taipei”. Of all the retrieved questionnaires, 306 were valid . According to the data, descriptive statistics, factor analysis, Chi-square test, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Person product-moment correlation analysis and Canonical correlation analysis were used to accomplish data analysis. The major results were summarized as follows: Ⅰ. The majority of participants were above 50 years old(55.5%); most of them resided in “Hsin-yi”(54.4%) and “Ta-an” District(23.6%); mainly were “bachelor degree” (48%); most of them were “healthy” (51.4%). Ⅱ. Most of the participants got to the entrance “on foot”(49.7%); and more than 70% of them just took 20 minutes to get there; most of them had climbed Mt. Elephant for “more than five years” (58.9%); themost frequency was “more than five times a week”(30.8%); and stayed there for “one to two hours” each time (47.7%). Ⅲ. Different demographical varieties, including “gender”, “age”, “marital status”, “health condition”, “occupation” and “educational level” showed significant differences in recreational sports motivation. Ⅳ. Different recreational sports behavior varieties, including “vehicle”, “frequency”, “duration years”, “arrival time”, “stay hours”, “company pattern” and “sport club” showed significant differences in recreational sports motivation. Ⅴ. None of the different demographical varieties showed significant difference in satisfaction of facilities. Ⅵ. Different recreational sports behavior varieties, including “frequency”, “arrival time” and “stay hours” showed significant differences in satisfaction of facilities. Ⅶ. There existed canonical correlations between recreational sports motivation and satisfaction of facilities.
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