The influence of family’s participation in recreational sports on its resilience and communication facilitation

  • Min-Soo Cho
  • Published 2014 in Journal of exercise rehabilitation

Abstract

This study aims to define the influence of the motive and degree of family's participation in recreational sports on its resilience and communication facilitation. Of members of sports centers in Seoul and Gyeonggi areas, 202 people who participated in recreational sports together with their family members were sampled as the population. Input data were computerized for analysis, using PASW 22.0 and AMOS 18.0 programs. Data statistical processing methods of reliability analysis and structural equation modeling were used, and the results are outlined as follows. Motive for family's participation in recreational sports did not influence family resilience and communication facilitation. However, the degree of family's participation in recreational sports influenced family resilience and communication facilitation. Degree of family's participation in recreational sports did not directly influence communication facilitation, but boosted family resilience, further facilitating family communication. In other words, family resilience is an important parameter between recreational sports and communication facilitation.

DOI: 10.12965/jer.140161

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@inproceedings{Cho2014TheIO, title={The influence of family’s participation in recreational sports on its resilience and communication facilitation}, author={Min-Soo Cho}, booktitle={Journal of exercise rehabilitation}, year={2014} }