体育専攻学生のアダプテッド・スポーツ活動への関心を高めるための教育内容について : 非体育専攻学生との比較を通して [in Japanese] An Educational Program to Promote Interest in Adapted Physical Activities among Physical Education Majors [in Japanese]
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The aim of this study was to outline the components of an educational program that raised interest in adapted physical activities among students majoring in Physical Education. Participants were divided into two groups; a PE group (60 students majoring in P.E.) and a non-PE group (60 students majoring in other subjects). All participants completed a questionnaire that included 20 items on "Interest in Adapted Physical Activities" (IAPA), eight items on "Significance of Adapted Physical Activities," and eight items on "Interest in General Physical Activities" (IGPA). Results of ANOVA indicated that IGPA item scores of the PE group were statistically higher than scores of the non-PE group. In addition, multiple regression analysis identified common IAPA factors as well as factors that differed between the two groups. Overall, these results reveal the necessity of programs that increase IAPA and promote an awareness of sports and disabilities.
- Japanese Journal of Adapted Sport Science
Japanese Journal of Adapted Sport Science 9(1), 35-45, 2011
Japanese Society for Adapted Physical Education and Exercise