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Title: An exploratory investigation on the leisure participation and leisure constraints among students at Normal University/ Teachers College in Taiwan
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學公民教育與活動領導學系
Issue Date: 1-Jun-1997
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學公民教育與活動領導學系
Abstract: 本研究主要探討臺灣地區師範院校學生休閒活動參與及其相關阻礙因素,其資料的蒐集乃是透過問卷調查方式進行。問卷內容以休閒活動類型、休閒活動阻礙因素為主,並包括性別、就學地區、科系別、家庭經濟等因素,以進一步探討其間在休閒活動參與、休閒活動阻礙因素的差異性。 樣本選取抽樣方式乃依臺灣地區師範院校學生之班級比例採用 SPSS-X統計軟體,運用次數分析、變異數分析、因素分析、和t-test以為資料之分析方法。 本研究主要發現如下:(1)學生參與休閒活動有普遍低落的現象;(2)大部份學生表示缺乏參與休閒活動的機會;(3)學生們較喜歡參與的休閒活動類型依序為:社交性(如聚餐、聊天等)、大眾傳播性(如看電視、錄影帶、雜誌等)、音樂性(如聽音樂、彈奏樂器等)、運動性(桌球、羽毛球、慢跑等)、戶外活動性(如露營、野餐、旅行等)、學藝性(如繪畫、書法、手工藝等)、遊樂性(如電動玩具、撞球、紙牌等)、青年文化性(如disco、溜冰、MTV、卡拉OK等)、宗教性(如禪坐、宗教活動等);(4)學生們認為阻礙與休閒活動的因素依序為:結構性(如時間、金錢等)、人際間(如家人或朋友的看法等)、個體性(如個性、自我意識、技能等);(5)性別因素在休閒活動參與及相關阻礙因素皆有差異性的現象。
This was an exploratory study to examine the leisure participation and leisure constraints in the lives of students at normal universities/teachers colleges in Taiwan. Data were collected via a three-section questionnaire, administered in classes, which examined: 1) leisure activity patterns; 2) leisure constraints, and 3) socio-demographic information, Proportionate sampling was performed to select a total of 34 class-units from normal university/teachers college throughout Taiwan. An overall response rate of 88% (N=879) was obtained. The statistical analyses were processed using the SPSS-X program, including the following techniques: frequency analysis, analysis of variance, factor analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, t-test, multiple linear regression, and chi-square. The major findings included: 1) A tendency of low participation in leisure activity among clooege students was found in this study. 2) Most students expressed a lack of leisure opportunities during school time. 3) Students were the most likely to participate in activity patterns of Social Recreation, followed by Mass Media/Education, Music/Social, Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Art/Hobby Activity, Games, Youth Culture and Meditation/Religion; 4) Students were more likely to be constrained by structural factors than by intrapersonal or interpersonal ones, when they participated in leisure activities; 5) Gender was significantly related to leisure activity patterns, and leisure constraints.
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_A0408_01_001
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