Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 7, Pages: 1-8
Kyung Wha Back*
Department of Security and Secretarial Service, Hanseo University, Korea; [email protected]
The objective of this study is to identify the mediating effects of hope between high school students' participation in school physical education and their physical self-concept to provide basic data for the development of school physical education programs. First, school physical education participation level showed a positive correlation with Ego-resilience and psychological well-being, but a negative correlation with academic stress. Second, the school physical education participation of the students exceeded the median value and academic stress fell a little short of the average, which was the median value of 3 points. Ego-resilience and psychological well-being was higher than the average, which were the median values. Third, the mediating effects of hope were identified in the relationship between school physical education participation and academic stress in the students. Partial mediating effects of hope were identified in the relationships between school physical education participation, Ego-resilience and psychological well-being.
Keywords: AcademicStress,Ego-Resilience, Hope,HighSchoolStudent,PsychologicalWellbeing,SchoolPhysicalEducation
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