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タイトル: 性役割に対する価値観がスポーツ実施に及ぼす影響について : 既婚女性の性役割観とスポーツ実施状況に着目して
その他のタイトル: The Effect of Gender Role Orientation on Sports Participation for Married Women
著者: 佐藤, 馨
Sato, Kei
サトウ, ケイ
キーワード: Married Women
Sports Participation
Gender Role
Orientation,
MHF Scale
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2004
出版者: びわこ成蹊スポーツ大学
抄録: The purpose of this research is to clarify the effect of gender role orientation, sports participation and the barriers to a married woman’s sports activity. The participants for analysis numbered 210. Gender role orientation is measured using Ito’s (1978) MHF Scale. The individual’s classification on the MHF Scale was provided“masculinity (M scale)”, “femininity (F scale)”, and“androgyny (H scale)”. With this research, it was classified into the high frequency participation group, the low frequency participation group, and the nonparticipation group according to the frequency of sports. As a result, the difference was not shown at the women’s age, occupation and child’s age in sports participation. Moreover, especially as for the distinction, gender role orientation was not seen with sports participation, either, but a gender role orientation was a sense of values equal, regardless of sports participation or non-sports participation. Regarding the time factor, there was a difference with work-time, housekeeping, and child-caring which is significant between the high frequency participation group, the low frequency participation group and the non-participation group. That is, it turns out that it has not been a problem at all in the high frequency participation group regarding time constraints. Regarding the prevention factor, it turns out that the women of the non-participation group resultingly give priority to family over oneself because of working, housekeeping, and child-caring. The women of the non-participation group have at least separated the gender role orientation and participation. As a result, although gender role does not influence consciousness, it has influenced participation. However, it is difficult to apply such a tendency to all women, because of the difference of women’s positions and their varying perspectives on sports.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10693/876
ISSN: 1348-9399
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