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    Title: 高中生運動社團參與動機、升學壓力與課業延宕關係之研究
    Other Titles: The relationship among high school students' motives to attend sports clubs, academic pressure, and procrastination
    Authors: 黃威樺;Huang, Wei-hua
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 運動社團參與動機;升學壓力;課業延宕;motives to participate in sports clubs;acedemic pressure;Academic Procrastination
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:44:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究的主要目的在於了解高中生升學壓力、課業延宕與運動參與動機關係,透過高中生參與運動性社團以及學習成效的差異進行探討,所得結果可供大臺北地區公立高中教育人員、行政人員及家長參考。
    This research aims to determine the relationships of high school students’ academic pressure, academic procrastination, and their tendency for the sports clubs. This investigation considers how sports clubs will affect the academic performance. The finding could offer the educational practitioners for a better program design.
    This research has been proceeded on a survey, along with the related document. A total of 520 questionnaire have been issued, while 514 copies are recollected and 512 copies of them are valid. The response rate is 98.4%. By using standard deviation, independent sample test, and linear regression model, the study analyzed annd interpreted thedata. The findings are listed as follows.
    1. Gender is an affective variable for the attendance of sports clubs. More male students sign up for athletic activities than femals students do.
    2. As for those students who attend sports more, their parents tend to keep a highly democratic attitude.
    3. More than half of students keep attending sports clubs for three or four semesters, which is a long time in their high school campus life.
    4. “Social support” is an important variable to urge students’ participating in sorts clubs.
    5. High self-demanding speaks loudly in students’ academic performance.
    6. Male studnets face more inquiries from their families in acedemic pressure, rather than female students do.
    7. Most students don’t think of academic procrastination as a serious issue, if they have attended any sports clubs.
    8. The time to attend the clubs activities makes no many differences to the students.
    9. In the variables of “overall academic pressure” and “acedemic procrastination”, studnets of different social-economic families perform roughly well.
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