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Title: 國中學生運動安全行為及其相關之因素之研究~以北縣樹林高中國中部為例
The influential factors of Safe sports’ behavior of junior high students~ a example of Su-Linn junior high students
Authors: 葉國樑教授
畢莉莉
Pi Li LI
Keywords: 國中生
運動安全認知
運動安全態度
運動安全社會支持
運動安全行為
junior high students
the cognition of safe sports
the attitude of safe sports
the social support of safe sports
safe sports behavior
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: 摘 要 本研究主要目的在探討國中學生運動安全行為與其影響因素間的關係。研究母群體為九十二學年度台北縣樹林市樹林高中國中部學生,採分層集束法進行抽樣,依年級分為三組共抽出14班,有效樣本420人。以自編之結構式問卷收集資料,重要結果歸納如下: 一、研究對象的運動安全認知尚佳,但對於運動傷害後處理措施方面的認知較欠缺,有待加強。獲得運動安全的資訊來源,主要是由課堂、電視與廣播,及從老師、父母、同學朋友處獲得相關資訊。研究對象所擁有的運動安全資源屬中等以上;運動安全態度偏正向;運動安全社會支持也屬中等以上。 二、研究對象的運動安全行為表現屬中等以上,只有在「我會在運動結束後,做緩和運動」這題上表現較差。 三、「年級」、「父母社經地位」與運動安全態度呈顯著差異。運動安全認知、運動安全資源與運動安全態度呈顯著的正相關。「年級」、「父母社經地位」、運動安全認知、運動安全資源能顯著預測運動安全態度,共可解釋運動安全態度變異量的35.77﹪。 四、「年級」、「參與運動性社團」、「每次運動時間」與運動安全社會支持呈顯著差異。運動安全認知、運動安全資源與運動安全社會支持呈顯著的正相關。「年級」、「參與運動性社團」、運動安全資源能顯著預測運動安全社會支持,共可解釋運動安全社會支持變異量的31.26﹪。 五、 運動安全態度、運動安全社會支持與運動安全行為呈現顯著正相關。運動安全態度、運動安全社會支持能顯著預測運動安全行為,對整體運動安全行為變異的解釋力達60.26﹪,其中又以運動安全態度對學生之運動安全行為的解釋力最大。 根據以上結果,本研究建議未來在推動學生運動安全行為方面應從健康與體育領域課程切入,重視運動安全態度的培養、加強運動安全社會支持及注意一年級、每次運動時間在10分鐘以下者。
Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between safe sports behavior and its influential factors of junior high students in Taipei county. By using a stratified cluster sampling method, 420 students were selected to participate in this survey. Data were collected by a self-administered questionnaire. The results of this research were as follows: 1. Most subjects had high cognition about safe sport, but the cognition about how to deal with sports injury was still need to be strengthened. The subjects got the information of safe sports from class sources, TV, radio and from teachers, parents, classmates and friends. The subjects’ resource of safe sports was within medium to high level. The subjects’ attitude toward safe sports was positive. The subjects’ social support of safe sports was within medium to high level。 2. The subjects’ safe sports behavior was in high level, only behavior in “after exercise,I do cool-down” was low. 3. Grade, parental socioeconomic status had obvious difference in attitude of safe sports. It had positive relations among the cognition of safe sports, the resource of safe sports, and the attitude of safe sports. Grade, parental socioeconomic status, the cognition of safe sports and the resources of safe sports were significant predictors of the attitude of safe sports. They could explain 35.77﹪variance of the attitude toward safe sports. 4. Grade, participation in exercise team, the period time of sports had obvious difference in social support of safe sports. It had positive relations among the cognition of safe sports, the resource of safe sports and the social support of safe sports. Grade, participation in exercise team, the resources of safe sports were significant predictors of social support of safe sports. They could explain 31.26﹪variance of social support of safe sports. 5.It had positive relations among the attitude of safe sports, the social support of safe sports, and the safe sports behavior. The attitude of safe sports, social support of safe sports were significant predictors of safe sports behavior. They could explain 60.26﹪variance of safe sports behavior. The attitude of safe sports was the most important predictor of safe sports behavior. According to the findings of this study, several recommendations were submitted for the further study in this field.
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