Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
The Behavioral Intention and Factors Affecting Leisure-time Physical Activities on the Holidays of Junior High School Students in Shilin District of Taipei City�
Based on the theory of the planned behavior, this study investigated the effect of the attitude toward behavior, subjective norm and perceived behavioral control of leisure-time physical activities on the present status and behavioral intention of leisure-time physical activities of junior high school students. The self-reported questionnaire was applied to measure the effect of attitude toward behavior, subjective norm and perceived behavioral control, and behavioral intention to participate in leisure-time physical activities. The population was students of Taipei municipal junior high schools in Shilin District. After stratified cluster sampling, four schools were selected as the sampling schools, and the seventh to the ninth graders of these schools were the respondents. The total of 681 questionnaire were distributed, 573 were valid, with a valid response rate of 84.14%. The samples included 286 boys (49.9%) and 276 girls (48.2%). The study results showed that attitude toward behavior, subjective norm and perceived behavioral control were positively correlated with behavioral intention of leisure-time physical activities, but their effect on the behavioral intention was weak. The results of multiple regression analysis showed that attitude toward behavior, subjective norm, and perceived behavioral control on leisure-time physical activities on holidays could explain 36.8% of the variance of one-month behavioral intention. Based on the results of the multiple regression analysis, the strength of effect in descending order was perceived behavioral control, attitude toward behavior, and subjective norm. The suggestion includes theory application and practice planning. The theory application includes the objective measurement of physical activities and environmental control, and the practice planning includes the reinforcement of teenager leisure education and affection bond.
|Appears in Collections:||教師著作|
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.