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Title: 青少年的身體活動信念行為及同儕影響
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學健康促進與衛生教育學系
徐美玲
洪文綺
黃淑貞
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2012
Publisher: 臺北市 : 中華民國大專院校體育總會
Abstract: 本研究目的在瞭解青少年的身體活動信念、行為,以及受同儕團體的影響情形。以臺灣北、中、南、東地區五專學生為訪談對象,按分層比例隨機抽樣抽出14班,對同學進行招募,組成焦點團體後進行訪談,總計167名青少年參與。研究者自行設計半結構式訪談指引,收集青少年主觀經驗及感受,並以內容分析方法由研究者進行資料分析。研究結果顯示:青少年對於從事身體活動有「身體活動有益身心健康」及「身體活動帶來高附加價值」兩個正向價值信念;以及「課業重於身體活動」及「不好動的個性使然」兩個負向價值信念。在課餘時間所從事的身體活動或身體活動類型包括「維持日常生活功能的活動」及「消耗體能性的休閒活動」兩類。本研究結論:身體活動可促進青少年友誼加溫,但不是維繫友誼的唯一方法,如果要養成持續身體活動的習慣,除了同儕是支持的動力,激發其內在動機亦相對重要。
The purpose of this study was to explore the related beliefs that could influence adolescents' physical activity and the role of peer groups play in this regard. One-hundred and sixty seven participants were randomly chosen from seven junior colleges in Taiwan, and fourteen group interviews were conducted. The analyzed data reveals that adolescents' physical activity was significantly associated with two positive value beliefs, including "physical activity is beneficial to physical and emotional well-being" and "physical activity brings high additional values." The data also showed two negative value beliefs, including "academic performance is more important than physical activity" and "inactive personality leads to physical inactive." Our findings further indicate that adolescents would reduce physical activity, if the academic workload increased. There were two types of extra-curriculum physical activities, including the routine daily life activities and energy-consuming recreational physical activities. These findings suggest that physical activity strengthened the friendship among the adolescents. However, it is not only the way for connecting friends. Peers were the source for support of regular physical activity, and inspired their intrinsic motivation also important.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/39911
ISSN: 1563-3470
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_A0604_01_038
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