スポーツ施設従業員における職業性ストレスとメンタルヘルスに関する研究:事務職と指導職の比較から  [in Japanese] Job stress and mental health among sports facility workers in Japan:Through comparison of office staff and instructor staff  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

Sports facility workers in Japan are exposed to mental health risks due to the demand of jobcharacteristics and job insecurity due to many temporary workers. The purpose of this study wasto clarify the characteristics of mental health of Japanese sports facility workers, using the NewBrief Job Stress Checklist. The survey was conducted on 488 workers in the capital area sportsfacilities in Japan, among which 378 valid respondents (183 office staffs and 195 instructor staffs)were grouped and data were analyzed. The survey included Job stress measured by the New BriefJob Stress Questionnaire, and Mental health measured by General Health Questionnaire. To examineassociations between job stress and mental health, χ2 test, t-test and linear regression analysesmodels were conducted. As a result, the two groups showed different job stress factors.(1) Office staffs showed better status in terms of qualitative and physical demand than instructorstaffs, and the instructor staffs showed better status in terms of application of skill, job insecurity,and meaning of job.(2) Instructor staffs showed a better mental health status. For office staffs, the quantitative demand,job control, meaning of job, and job insecurity had a significant relationship with mental health. Forinstructor staffs, the physical demand, interpersonal relationships, job insecurity had a significantrelationship with mental health.

Journal

  • Japan Journal of Lifelong Sport

    Japan Journal of Lifelong Sport 15(1), 1-10, 2018

    Japanese Society of Lifelong Sports

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130007550545
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1348-8619
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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