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Leisure Facilitators and Recreation Specialization for Female Participants in Running Events

Title
Leisure Facilitators and Recreation Specialization for Female Participants in Running Events
Author
남상백
Keywords
Female participants; Leisure facilitators; Recreation specialization; Running event
Issue Date
2015-12
Publisher
Canadian Center of Science and Education
Citation
Asian Social Science, V. 11, No. 27, Page. 175-184
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between leisure facilitators and recreation specialization for female participants in running events. To achieve the goal of this study, 330 surveys were collected from female participants living in the Seoul area selected through a convenience sampling method. After examining the correlation between leisure facilitators and recreation specialization, the relationship between the two variables was assessed through multiple linear regression analysis. First, for socio-demographic variables pertaining to females who participated in running events, significant differences were found between frequency of participating in running events, participants’ running duration, running exercise participation time, and frequency of running exercise participation as sub-factors of leisure facilitators. Second, for socio-demographic variables pertaining to females who participated in running events, significant differences were revealed between income, frequency of participating in running events, participants’ running duration, running exercise participation time, and frequency of running exercise participation as sub-factors of recreation specialization. Last, regarding sub-factors of leisure facilitators for females participating in running events, intrapersonal constraints, interpersonal constraints, and structural constraints had positive effects on past experience as an economic investment in recreation specialization. Intrapersonal constraints and structural constraints had positive effects on centrality-to-lifestyle for recreation specialization factors. © 2015, Canadian Center of Science and Education. All rights reserved.
URI
https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84987925117&origin=inward&txGid=a2d37ff223d8309da0ac9cc49546d6a2http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/40970
ISSN
1911-2017
DOI
10.5539/ass.v11n27p175
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