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The Effect of walking exercise on the improvement of housewives' Self-esteem, Stress, Depression in terms of convergence
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 12,  2015, pp.453-460
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.12.453
 Title & Authors
The Effect of walking exercise on the improvement of housewives' Self-esteem, Stress, Depression in terms of convergence
Kim, Hae-Mi;
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 Abstract
This study aims to investigate the effect of walking exercise on the improvement of housewives' Self-esteem, Stress, or Depression. Among 35-45 year-old housewives 24 subjects were divided into experimental and control groups of 12. Total of 45 experiments on walking exercise program were conducted three times a week, for 15 weeks, lasted over 30 min to 10,000 steps. The result is as follows. About the improvement of Self-esteem, Stress, Depression, there was significant difference of not only the main effect between the groups but also the main effect between prior and post. And there was significant difference of the interaction effects between groups and periods. From the results, we can know walking exercise have a positive effect on the improvement of Self-esteem, Stress, or Depression for housewives of no sustained exercise. As regular physical activity, regarding convergence, is good for emotional development, we suggest housewives may have to join in physical activities consistently.
 Keywords
Self-esteem;Stress;Depression;Walking exercise;housewives';
 Language
Korean
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