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    Title: Research on the Participation in Recreational Sports for Directors of Student Affairs in Senior High Schools in Taiwan
    Authors: Wei-Nan Chen
    Contributors: Department of Business Administration
    Keywords: senior high school directors of student affair;recreational sports;recreational sports obstacles
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2009-11-17 19:17:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: This study is to explore the current status and factors of recreational sports obstacles of directors of student affairs in Taiwan senior high schools participating in recreational sports. The result of the study will be offered to directors of student affairs or educational authorities for reference in promoting recreational sports. The study used questionnaire ?Research on Taiwan High School Directors of Student Affairs Participating in Recreational Sports? as the research tool. A total of 471 directors were included in this study. As a result, 275 out of 471 directors completed and returned their questionnaires, with a 58.3% response rate. All 275 returned questionnaires were valid. The methods used in data analysis included descriptive statistics, item analysis, factor analysis, t-test, one-way ANOVA, chi-square and Fisher?s exact. The results are abstracted as follows:
    1. Directors of student affairs occasionally engage in recreational sports, once or twice a week, within one hour each time, both on holidays and weekdays, together with friends or colleagues. The way and places they mostly choose to engage in are walking and public places.
    2. Although the variables differ in terms of directors? gender, age, school attribute, sceniority and family background, the factors of recreational sports obstacles are still not apparent(p>.05).
    3. The main factor is working pressure which restricts them from eagaging in recreational sports. So the result suggests that directors of student affairs should take more time to engage in recreational sports to relieve their pressure.
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