신체활동 참여 장애인의 동기, 제약극복전략 및 참여수준의 관계 : 제약극복전략 척도의 개발과 적용

Title
신체활동 참여 장애인의 동기, 제약극복전략 및 참여수준의 관계 : 제약극복전략 척도의 개발과 적용
Other Titles
The Relationship Among Motivation, Constraint Negotiation Strategy, and Participation Level of Persons with Disabilities in Physical Activity:Development and Application of Constraint Negotiation Strategy Measurement Scale
Author(s)
김춘종구교만[구교만]
Keywords
motivation; constraint negotiation strategy; participation level; persons with disabilities
Issue Date
201211
Publisher
한국사회체육학회
Citation
한국사회체육학회지, no.50, pp.741 - 758
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to develop a measurement scale for the constraints negotiation process. Additionally,a second purpose was to investigate the effect of physical activity constraints negotiation on the experiences of physical activity participation. To conduct thi sstudy, 352 persons with disabilities in Seoul ,Gyeonggi-do, Incheon and Chungcheong-do were selected using purposive sampling. To develop the questionnaire,we utilized feedback from a panel of experts, exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis,and structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis. As a result,h te following main findings were obtained. First ,four factors were extracted and confirmed from this scale: cost negotiation strategies, time management strategies,request for help strategies, conditions coping strategies. Second, amotivation had positive effect on cost of coping strategies and time management strategies. Instrinsic motivation had positive effect on cost of coping strategies, time management strategies, request for help strategies and conditions coping strategies. Extrinsic motivation had negative effect on cost of coping strategies. Finally, conditions management strategies of constraint negotiation strategy had positive effect on participation level.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/26933
ISSN
1229-358X
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