The Effect of Leisure Constraint on Leisure Attitude of Workers

직장인들의 여가제약이 여가태도에 미치는 영향

  • Yoon So-Young (Songho College. Dept. of Social Welfare) ;
  • Moon Sook-Jae (Dept. of Consumer Science and Human Development, Ewha Womans University) ;
  • Yoo Soo-Hyun (Dept. of Consumer Science and Human Development, Ewha Womans University)
  • 윤소영 (송호대학 사회복지과) ;
  • 문숙재 (이화여자대학교 소비자인간발달학과) ;
  • 유수현 (이화여자대학교 소비자인간발달학과)
  • Published : 2005.02.01


The purpose of this study was to understand which factors affect on the leisure constraint and leisure attitude of workers, to observe how the factors of leisure constraints affect on the leisure attitude. The subjects of this study were 267 urban workers who are older than 20 years old and resident in Seoul. The periods of this study was from November 15 to December 5. The modified versions of leisure constraint scale and leisure attitude scale were utilized for this study. The results of this study are as follows : First, as a result to compare the average of leisure constraint factors, intrapersonal constraint, which are individual mental status as interest, self-consciousness, uneasiness et at., was founded generally less than interpersonal constraints as personal relationship for leisure activity, or structural constraints as financial, time, information et at., Secondly, it was found that interpersonal constraint was statistically different in age, and that structural constraint was statistically different in sex, education, health status, marital status, income, and career. Thirdly, there were statistically different in cognitive leisure attitude, feeling leisure attitude, and behavioral leisure attitude according to the average monthly income and career. But, it was found that marital status and the five-day workweek system were not statistically different in 3 leisure attitude factors. Finally, 3 leisure constraint factors(intrapersonal, interpersonal, structural) had statistically significant effect on cognitive leisure attitude. Also, intrapersonal leisure constraint and interpersonal leisure constraint had statistically significant effect on feeling leisure attitude and behavioral leisure attitude