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Title: 職場環境、運動社會心理因素與臺北市警察人員規律運動行為之相關研究
The Relationship of Worksite Environment and Social Psychological Factors with Regular Physical Activity among Taipei City Police Officers
Authors: 黃淑貞
Keywords: 規律運動
regular physical activity
police officer
worksite environment
social psychological factor
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: 本研究主要在探討臺北市警察人員規律運動行為之相關因素。本研究分層隨機抽樣396位警察人員,以問卷方式收集警察人員運動的種類、時間、頻率、強度及職場環境因素和運動社會心理因素等資料。資料分析採描述性統計、卡方檢定、變異數分析、二系列相關、皮爾森積差相關、邏輯斯迴歸及複迴歸。結果發現:有規律運動者為21.3%。輪班狀況及知覺運動障礙為預測規律運動行為的有效因素;自我效能、自覺健康狀況、知覺運動障礙及知覺運動利益,為預測運動總量的有效因素。臺北市警察人員規律運動比率不高,建議考量輪班及運動社會心理因素,規劃合適的運動健康促進計畫。
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of relative factors on regular physical activity among Taipei city police officers. A total of 396 police officers at Taipei City Police Department were selected using a stratified random sampling method. Information about demographic characteristics, worksite environment, social psychological factors as well as the type, duration, frequency, and intensity of physical activity was collected through a self-administered questionnaire. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, chi-square test, analysis of variance, correlation, logistic regression, and multiple regression. The results showed that only 21.3% of the police officers performed regular physical activity. Work shifts and perceived exercise barriers were predictors of regular physical activity. Self-efficacy, perceived health status, perceived exercise barriers and benefitswere predictors of physical activity level. Rates of regular physical activity are low among Taipei City Police Officers. It is therefore recommended that work shifts and social psychological factors should be valuable for developing a physical activity health promotion program.
Other Identifiers: GN0096053101
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