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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

International Journal of Human Movement Science검색

International Journal of Human Movement Science


  • - 주제 : 예체능분야 > 체육학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : -
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1976-4391
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 7권 1호 (2013)
6,500
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This manuscript examines the phenomenon of emotions, the possible benefits from experiencing lived-positive emotionality (LPE), and various ways LPE can be developed within physical education. First, the focus will be on the nature of emotions and the different components that make up an emotional experience. Specific attention was given to the cognitive and constructivist theories of emotion because the prominence with these views in the education literature. Evidence is provided highlighting the variation that exists within the literature in terms of the components of emotions, what an emotional experience is, and how people experience emotions. The second section starts by explaining a theory on positive emotions (broaden-and-build theory) and the benefits from experiencing positive emotions. The third section explores a definition for LPE within the context of education and benefits from LPE within physical education. The concept of LPE was constructed from three sources and found to be a highly desired phenomenon within physical education. In this third section attention will also be paid to the teaching practices to consider when developing LPE within physical education. Finally, potential research implications for studying LPE are discussed.

The Role of Recreational Sports in Understanding the Life of Korean American Youth

( Jae Pil Ha ) , ( Dong Yoo Han )
5,900
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Drawing upon the two models of acculturation, this study attempted to explore the role of recreational sports in the life of Korean immigrant youth in the United States and to describe how Korean immigrant youth experience/participate in recreational sports in the U.S. From September 2010 to May 2011, we collected data from observations and semi-structured in-depth interviews with people of Korean descent attended in a sport class at the Korean language school. The findings of this study indicated that Korean immigrant youth used recreational sports as either the following three means: (a) preserving and maintaining Korean culture; (b) assimilation into the mainstream society (the U.S. in this study); and (c) rejecting the values and identity of both their original culture and the mainstream society. The study also found that some factors (e.g., social interaction with others, management of physical fitness, availability of sports in the U.S.) facilitated Korean youth to participate in recreational sports. In contrast, inhibitors (e.g., language barrier, the cost) of participating in the sports were also found. Theoretical implications and limitations of the study were also briefly discussed.

Anthropometric Characteristics, Body Composition and Somatotype of Traditional Korean Collegiate Dancers

( Mi Young Park ) , ( Eung Joon Kim ) , ( Yoo Sung Oh ) , ( Dae Yeon Kim ) , ( Joon Yong Cho )
5,400
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The aim of this study was to compare the anthropometric characteristics, body composition and somatotype of traditional Korean female collegiate dancers in terms of performance level (non-elite and elite). A total of 346 traditional Korean female collegiate dancers participated in this study. All participants were divided into two groups: group 1 (n=289, non-elite traditional dancers : NET) and group 2 (n=57, elite traditional dancers : ET). Various anthropometric measurements were performed (basic measurement; weight, height both standing and sitting, skinfolds, girths, lengths, and breadths) and various anthropometric indices (muscle mass, % muscle mass, fat mass, % fat mass, BMI, WHR, and sum of skinfolds) were calculated, and Heath-Carter anthropometric somatotype was determined. The results were as following; i) ET dancers showed higher height and sitting height and lower body weight than the NET dancers. ii) 7 skinfold site except abdominal skinfold were lower in ET dancers than NET dancers. iii) 11 girth sites except head and gluteal were lower in ET dancers than NET dancers. iv) The length of iliospinale height and tibiale laterale height was significantly longer in the ET dancers whereas the length of radiale-stylion and midstylion-dactylion was significantly longer in the NET dancers. v) The breadth of biacromial, biilocristal, transverse chest, A-P Chest depth, humerus and femur in ET dancers was significantly smaller than those of NET dancers. vi) Fat mass, % fat mass, BMI and sum of skinfolds were lower in ET dancers than those of NET dancers. Finally, vii) ET dancers were more ectomorphic (p<.001) than NET dancers. Mean of somatotype was 4.0, 2.6, 3.9 and 4.5, 3.1, 3.3 respectively. These results suggest that traditional Korean dance favors highness, lightness, leanness, higher ectomorphy and lower endomorphy and mesomorphy at more elite levels.

Attractiveness of Professional Sport Facilities as Non-sporting Events Venues

( Ji Ho Kim ) , ( Yong Bae Jeon ) , ( Seung Won Lee ) , ( Charles Parrish )
5,800
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In this article we propose an integrated conceptual model that provides insight into the attractiveness of professional sport facilities as sites for corporate and social events. Previous studies regarding matching effect of brand and sport sponsorship, image transfer in sporting event sponsorships based on meaning transfer model, sport involvement, team identification with social theory, key determinants of meeting/event venue selection criteria, and franchise value are utilized to develop a holistic conceptual framework. The framework and propositions are useful tools to understand a relatively unexplored area in the sport facility and event management field and add to the literature focusing on generating alternative revenue streams in the professional sports industry.

Measuring Loyalty Scale for Children in After-School Programs in Korea

( Young Shim Kim )
5,300
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The current study revisited the loyalty paradigm and measurement issue. The purpose of the study was to examine the psychometric properties of loyalty measurement for Korean children in after-school programs. A total of 226 participants (male=124, female=102) in after-school programs from 6 schools took part in the study. The participants ranged in age from 11 to 13 years from a variety of after-school programs. The sample was split into calibration and validation data sets. An exploratory factor analysis was conducted to examine the factor structures of the construct on the calibration data set. A confirmatory factor analysis was followed using the calibration and validation data sets. The two data sets were finally incorporated in a cross validation procedure. The fit indices showed an adequate fit of the model to the data. However, convergent and discriminant validity concerns existed. The results of the cross-validation showed that the measurement model parameters were invariant across the two samples. The results of the present findings propose that more psychometric testing is required for the instrument for the Korean children in after-school programs.
5,500
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of participation in the Olympic TOP Sponsorship Program on corporate and brand image. A total of 287 viewers who had watched the 2012 London Olympic Games in Seoul and Gyeonggi area was conveniently selected and responded to the survey questionnaire. Results indicated that (1) there were significant differences in sponsorship activity, corporate image, and brand image depending on demographic characteristics, (2) sponsorship activity had a significant effect on corporate image, and (3) sponsorship activity significantly affected brand image. Findings implied that Olympics TOP Program sponsorship activity can be a efficient marketing communication tool in enhancing image of a participating company and brand. Practical implication and future research opportunities were suggested.
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