4 edition of Self-concept as a predictor of leisure behavior found in the catalog.
Self-concept as a predictor of leisure behavior
Written in English
|Statement||by Carol Jean Miller.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 153 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||153|
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Gender differences in emotional intelligence and self concept of the tribal and non tribal higher school students. Present study is aimed at investigating and comparing emotional intelligence and self concept of the boys and girls students of higher secondary school. Time pattern of female students. With special reference to leisure time Author: Deepa Ghosh. The most important source of explaining our leisure choices and actions is demographic information (age, race, gender, income, residential location, etc.) Useful for marketing, education, planning, etc. Demographics - Characteristics of the population Gender - Social expectations and roles Lifestyle - A quality and custom of living.
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Get this from a library. Self-concept as a predictor of leisure behavior. [Carol Jean Miller]. Self-concept is one of the oldest and most important constructs in the social sciences, dating back to at least the seminal work by William James (/).
Today, self-concept enhancement is a major goal in many fields, including education, child development, health, sport/exercise sciences, social services, and management. Leisure Behavior Research in PRTM are engaged in exploring these questions and framing the discussion in the area of research known as Leisure Behavior.
We’re finding that that leisure is a valuable means for freedom and self-expression and vital to both physical and mental health. Physical activity and social contacts were often. students’ physical activity behavior in mind, a major goal of this study was to exam- ine the extent to which students’ psychological need satisfaction in PE predicted physical activity–related outcomes.
the relationships remain rather ambiguous. Moreover, self-concept is included as an additional predictor in the present study, because reading motivation is expected to explain reading behavior and performance above and beyond reading self-concept (e.g., Durik, Vida, & Eccles, ; Katzir, Lesaux, & Kim, ; Skinner et al., ).
Alternately, for women, masculine identity indirectly influenced leisure participation, also mediated by "golfer" identity. These findings provide insight on the utility of identity theory for understanding leisure behavior, in general, and the influence of gender on leisure, in particular.
Teacher's Self-concept and Self-esteem in Pedagogical Communication Article (PDF Available) in Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. In addition, self concept is a multi-dimensional concept in consumer behaviour literature and it is comprised of components such as apparent self, ideal self, social self, perceived self and finally actual self (Burns et al ).
The focus of the essay is on actual self that an individual should first know his or herself. The Consumer’s Self-Concept. Marketers have had better luck linking people’s self-concept to their buying behavior. Your self-concept How a person sees himself or herself.
is how you see yourself—be it positive or negative. Your ideal self How a person would like to view himself or herself. is how you would like to see yourself—whether it’s prettier, more popular, more eco. The self concept in psychology.
In psychology Self-concept has many definitions but they all have the same meaning. Your self concept is your perception of your own self and of your own abilities. When I ask you to describe yourself in one page you are going to write down all the beliefs you hold about yourself as a person.
The present study investigated the relevance of gender role self-concept to leisure activities of female and male adolescents.
A sample of Austrian adolescents (14 to 16 years old) participated in the study. Gender role self-concept was measured based upon a multi-dimensional conceptualization that includes positive and negative by: functioning and self-concept. According to McClun and Mervell (), self-concept does not exist in a vacuum as its development is influenced significantly by the immediate family context, although self-concept may also be influenced by factors outside the family, such as peers and school (Harter, ).
Self-concept which is the way a person. In this volume, leading contributors from both gerontology and leisure studies discuss the importance of various kinds of activity to health, social integration and the quality of later life.
Each chapter discusses the history of research and theory on a specific issue, current formulations and some implications for the future. The volume addresses such issues as productivity, social.
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: A) A person's attitude will always predict their behavior. B) When social influences are minimal, attitudes are good predictors of behavior.
C) When an attitude is strong, it is a good predictor of behavior. D) When the attitude is specific to the behavior, it is a good predictor of behavior. The Self Concept In Theory, Measurement, Development, And Behaviour book.
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Two. The topic of consumer's leisure-time behavior is receiving increasing attention by marketers as Americans' leisure-related spending rapidly approaches the $ billion level. This paper first examines the concept of “leisure” and then reviews various measurement by: 6.Leisure and Human Behavior by Gene Bammel (Author) › Visit Amazon's Gene Bammel Page.
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