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The Research on Work Stress and Leisure Sport Behaviors of the Elementary School Teachers in Nantou City
elementary school teachers;teachers’ work stress;leisure sports
|Issue Date: ||2019-10-22 17:07:59 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this research is to understand the current situation of the work stress and leisure sport behaviors of elementary school teachers in Nantou City, and it also aims to analyze the difference between their work stress and leisure sport behaviors among different background variables.
The participants are qualified public elementary school teachers fromAugust, 2018 to July, 2019 in Nantou City. A comprehensive sampling was used in distribution, and a total of 422 questionnaires were sent out, and 416 valid questionnaires were received.
Collected data was analyzed by such methodologies of Descriptive Statistics,T-test, One-Way Analysis of Variance, Post-Hoc Scheffe Method, and Chi-Square test (x2 test). The research findings are as follows:
1. The highest level of stress that the elementary school teachers in Nantou City perceive is “workload”; the second highest “adoption of reforms”.
2. Among certain background variables, the elementary school teachers in Nantou City show partially significant difference in work stress. The teachers in different marital status, however, don’t show difference in work stress.
3. At the aspect of the frequency of participating leisure sports, the highest proportion (76.93% of the teachers) shows the participants do exercise less than 3 times per week, and at the aspect of the length spent on leisure sports, the highest proportion (50.24% of the teachers) shows the participants tend to do exercise for 31-60 minutes each time.
4. Among different background variables, only when the teachers have different levels of education does the study show a significant difference in the length spent on leisure sports.
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