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Research in Dance and Physical Education - Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.41-51
ISSN: 2586-1034 (Online)
Print publication date 30 Oct 2020
Received 29 Aug 2020 Revised 19 Oct 2020 Accepted 19 Oct 2020
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26584/RDPE.2020.12.4.2.41

The Effects of Self-Efficacy on College Life Satisfaction in College General Physical Education
Sang-Il Park1 ; Jung-Taek Shin2, *
1Kyungil University, Republic of Korea, Professor
2Dongeui University, Republic of Korea, Professor

Correspondence to : *Email address: sjt2001@deu.ac.kr


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of self - efficacy on college life satisfaction in college general physical education and to provide basic data for improvement of general physical education classes in liberal arts. Therefore, through this study, it is aimed to help to connect with lifelong sports with the transition to positive perception of physical activity. Sample groups, which were supposed to represent all the 4-year college students in Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do, were selected from 3 different 4-year colleges in Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do. For the analysis of data, 401 questionnaires were used except data which didn't respond or trustlessly responded. If the questionnaires, which were answered badly or not answered, were excluded from the available data and coded. Procedures from the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS 25.0 version for Window) were utilized to conduct the statistical analyses. Statistical methods of frequency analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis, multiple regression analysis for relationship among the variables were conducted. All tests were performed using a .05 significance level. First, when it comes to relative influence, it showed that the self-control efficacy factor has significantly positive impact on overall college life satisfaction. Second, When it comes to relative influence, it showed that the self-control efficacy factor has significantly positive impact on college education quality. Third, When it comes to relative influence, it showed that the self-control efficacy factor has significantly positive(+) impact on administration and welfare service


Keywords: Self-Efficacy, Life Satisfaction, College General Physical Education

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