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Relationship between Leisure Constraints, Participation in Sports for All and Subjective Happiness among Private Guards

민간경비원의 여가제약과 생활체육 참가 및 주관적 행복감의 관계

  • 김경식 (호서대학교 사회체육학과) ;
  • 김평수 (전남도립대학 경찰행정경호학과) ;
  • 김찬선 (경기대학교 경호안전학과)
  • Published : 2007.12.28

Abstract

This study is to examine the relationship between leisure constraints, participation in Sports for All and subjective happiness among private guards. To attain the goal of the study described above paragraphs, private guards held in Seoul were set as a collected group. Then, using cluster random sampling method, finally drewout and analyzed 193 peoples in total. The result of reliability analysis check up was here below; Chronbach's ${\alpha}=\;.725$. The conclusion drawn from this study is as follows: First, leisure constraints influences on the participation experience in Sports for All. Second, leisure constraints influences on the participation degree in Sports for All. The increase of leisure constraints in peripheral aspects results in the decrease of participation term of Sports for All. And the increase of leisure constraints in individual, peripheral aspects results in of participation intensity in Sports for All. Third, leisure constraints influences on subjective happiness. Fourth, leisure constraints results in the retributive effect on participation in Sports for All and subjective happiness. Namely, leisure constraints results in the indirect effect on subjective happiness through the participation in Sports for All is an important variable intermediating the relationship between leisure constraints and subjective happiness.

Keywords

Private Guards;Leisure Constraints;Sports for All;Subjective Happiness