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    Title: 公務員工作壓力、運動參與動機及身心健康之研究-以南投縣議會為例
    Research on Working Pressure, Motivation of Exercising and Physical, Mental Health of Civil Servants - a case study of Nantou County Council
    Authors: 陳月霜
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 公務員;工作壓力;運動參與動機;身心健康
    Civil servant;Working pressure;the motivation of participation;physical and mental health
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-10-22 17:09:40 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 本研究旨在瞭解公務員運動參與動機、工作壓力與身心健康關係之研究,並進一步分析不同背景變項之公務員在運動參與動機、工作壓力與身心健康的差異情形。找出公務員在工作壓力之下,對於身心健康之間的關聯性。是否能藉由提昇運動參與的動機,以降低公務員的工作壓力,使其身心健康。
    本研究以南投縣議會為研究對象,共發放196份問卷,扣除無效問卷11份後,共計回收有效問卷179 份,回收率為91% ,分析方法使用SPSS 25.0統計軟體進行統計分析,並配合研究假設以描述統計、單因子變異數分析、積差相關及多元逐步迴歸等方法進行統計考驗,主要研究發現如下。
    一、公務員對於運動參與動機整體在中等以上的程度,各分層面以「健康管理」分層面平均數最高。
    二、公務員對於身心健康整體在中等以上的程度,各分層面以「人際互動」分層面平均數最低。
    三、公務員對於工作壓力整體在中等的程度,各分層面以「組織壓力」分層面平均數最高。
    四、公務員之運動參與動機會因性別之不同而有顯著差異。
    五、公務員之身心健康會因性別、宗教信仰及年齡的不同,有顯著差異。
    六、公務員之工作壓力不會因性別、年齡、規律運動次數的不同而有顯著差異,會因婚姻、宗教信仰及職別的不同,有顯著的差異。
    七、整體運動參與動機與工作壓力呈現顯著低相關,工作壓力與身心健康呈現顯著中度負相關。
    The purpose of this study was to understand the relationship between motivation of participation, working stress and physical, mental health of civil servants, and to further analyze the differences between motivation of participation, working stress and physical, mental health of civil servants with different background variables. To find out the relationship between the physical and mental health of civil servants under working pressure. Is it possible to improve the motivation of sports participation so as to reduce the work pressure of civil servants and make them physically and mentally healthy?
    Using Nantou County Council as the research object of this study, a total of 196 questionnaires, after deducting invalid 11 questionnaire, ther’s 179 effective questionnaire 179. It was 91% in recycling rate. The author used SPSS 25.0 software as statistical analysis, and cooperate with the research hypotheses by descriptive statistics, one-way anova, Pearson product-moment correlation and multiple stepwise regression and other methods for statistical test, the main study is as follows:
    A.The overall motivation of civil servants for sports participation was above the average level, and the average level of "health management" was the highest among all levels.
    B.The average score of "interpersonal relationship" is the lowest among all the sub-levels of civil servants' physical and mental health.
    C.The overall working pressure of civil servants is moderate, and the average of "pressure in an orgaization" is the highest among all levels.
    D.The motivation of civil servants to participate in the movement may vary significantly according to their gender.
    E.The physical and mental health of civil servants varies significantly according to gender, religious belief and age.
    F.Working pressure of civil servants does not vary significantly by gender, age, or frequency of regular exercise, but varies significantly by marital status, religious beliefs, and job titles.
    G.There was a significant low correlation between overall motivation of participation and working stress, and a significant moderate negative correlation between work stress and physical and mental health.
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