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|Other Titles:||A Case Study on Dancing Sport Involvement of Community Residents|
The purpose of this study was to explore the dancing sport involvement of community residents. The cluster sampling method was applied. 135 residents (male 38 , female 97) in Linkou, Lujou , and Sanchung were recruited. Participants were asked to fill out a battery of inventories: Dancing sport Participation Motivation Inventory, demographical information, and involvement questionnaire. The findings were as followed: 1. The major participants were married women, 40-59, vocational schools graduated, self employed, monthly income below 20000 NT dollars. 2. Most of the participants involved in these activities voluntarily, spending more than 20 hours a month, four times and above on these, with a cost less than 500 NT dollars， and were accompanied with friends. 3. There was no significant difference on participation motivation between males and females. Further researches were suggested focusing on males' psychological motivation and constraints. Also, community education was mature already, so should school education, in order to enhance a nation wide exercise involvement.
|Appears in Collections:||國立僑生大學先修班學報|
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