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    Title: Examine the Relationships among Perfectionism, Conscientiousness, Conscientious Leisure Attitude, Leisure Satisfaction across Parent-Child Generations
    Authors: Chou, Yu-Ju
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系
    Keywords: 完美主義;人格特質;嚴謹度;休閒滿意;親子
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2015-10-02 16:09:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: The main purpose of this study is to investigate relationships among perfectionism, general conscientiousness
    , leisure conscientiousness, and leisure satisfaction in two generations. Data were collected from 600 elementary school 5thand 6thgrade students and their parents (600) in the middle of Taiwan(Taichung city, ChanghuaCounty, NantouCounty and YunlinCounty); 589 questionnaires from children and 530 from parents were valid. Thequestionnaire included "perfectionism scale," "general conscientious scale", "leisure conscientious scale" and "leisure satisfaction scale." The reliabilities (Cronbach Alpha) of the scales were good (above 0.77). Correlation analyses revealed that perfectionism and general conscientiousness were positively related to leisure conscientiousness and satisfaction. Comparative analyses showed that parents weremore perfectionistsand had higher general conscientiousness than their children while children had higher leisure conscientiousness than their parents.Inter-generational correlation analyses showed that parents’ level of perfection might influence children’s general conscientiousness, leisure conscientiousness and satisfaction (r between 0.104 and 0.168). Parents’ level of general conscientiousness might influence children’s general conscientiousness, leisure conscientiousness and satisfaction (r between 0.112 and 0.149). The relationship between parents’ leisure conscientiousness and children’s leisure satisfaction was 0.111. However, the relationshipbetween parents’ leisure conscientiousness and children’s leisure conscientiousness was not significant.
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