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    Title: The Effects of Perceived Stress and Leisure Coping Strategies to Life Satisfaction
    Authors: Liou, Gwo-Tzong
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: job training
    perceived stress
    leisure coping strategies
    life satisfaction
    Date: 2014-07-21
    Issue Date: 2014-08-29 14:44:33 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Abstract
    This study aimed to understand the job training were perceived stress and coping strategies of mutual influence casual relationship between life satisfaction analysis of different feelings on the job training perceived stress by relaxing effects of adaptation strategies and life satisfaction between.
    Mining quantitative research methods, good reliability and validity of the questionnaire using scales as a research tool, a total of 350 questionnaires were recovered a total of 338 questionnaires, 19 copies of the questionnaire after deducting invalid, the effective response rate was 91.1%, using SPSS 20 statistical software for statistical analysis, and with the study hypothesis tests and analysis, the study is based on more than the central region with the University's education school serving students as samples collected questionnaires convenient way to collect research data.
    The results showed that: (1) there is a significant correlation between the effects of job stress and life satisfaction fellows perception; (2) in-service training officers perceived stress and Leisure different coping strategies, life satisfaction affect different; (3) in-service training personnel perceived stress and leisure coping strategies have a positive impact on life satisfaction. Conclusion of the study found that job training personnel for different levels of perceived stress and feelings of leisure coping strategy used will be different, different leisure coping strategies to face life satisfaction will produce different results.
    Finally, this study suggests that future job training shall: (1) to face the impact of perceived stress arising learners; (2) in-service training for staff should be different leisure coping strategies to adjust self-perceived stress; (3) in-service training staff in order to different coping strategies involved in leisure, thereby reducing the impact of perceived stress on life satisfaction, improve work efficiency and life satisfaction.
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