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研究生(外文):Annie Hui-Ling
論文名稱(外文):Studying Owner’s Leisure Participation with their Pets- Incorporating Pet Attachment into the Leisure Constraints Negotiation Model
指導教授(外文):Kuang-Peng Hung
外文關鍵詞:pet attachmentnegotiation strategyleisure constraintsleisure constraint negotiation model
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Recently, individuals have placed higher values on leisure activities and owners are more attached to their pets. For this reason, whether or not to take pets when undertaking leisure activities (e.g., domestic tourism and recreation) has become an issue that concerns some leisure operators and pet owners. To contribute to current research, this study investigates the negative and positive influences that might affect owner’s decision to take pets when undertaking leisure activities. Examination of this study’s proposed model through structural equation modelling (SEM), finding on the one hand shows pet-associated constraints will cause owners not to take pets when undertaking leisure activities. On the other hand, motivated owners who are attached with pets and have the required negotiation strategy can overcome these challenges. Moreover, owner’s with high negotiation efficacy will have higher motivation and better negotiation strategy. The findings of this study contribute to the existing literature on leisure participation and anthrozoology. In addition, it also has wider managerial implications for tourism and recreation industries.
目錄 V
圖目錄 VIII
表目錄 IX
第一章 緒論 1
1.1 研究背景與動機 1
1.2 研究問題與目的 4
1.3 研究流程與論文結構 6
第二章 文獻探討 8
2.1 人與寵物之關係研究 8
2.1.1 近代寵物之角色與功能 8
2.1.2 寵物依附 9
2.1.3 人與動物關係量表之發展 10
2.1.4 動物伴侶與消費 11
2.1.5 寵物與飼主休閒行為 13
2.2 休閒阻礙協商研究 14
2.2.1 休閒之定義 14
2.2.2 休閒阻礙協商概念之萌芽 15
2.2.3 休閒阻礙 20
2.2.4 休閒旅遊動機 22
2.2.5 協商策略 24
2.2.6 協商效能 25
2.2.7 參與行為 26
2.3 結語 27
第三章 研究方法 28
3.1 概念性架構 28
3.2 休閒活動之選擇 31
3.3 研究變數之操作性定義 32
3.4 研究假說 33
3.5 問卷設計 38
3.5.1 寵物之休閒阻礙 38
3.5.2 休閒動機 40
3.5.3 帶寵物出遊之協商策略 41
3.5.4 協商效能 42
3.5.5 休閒參與行為 43
3.5.6 寵物依附 43
3.5.7 人口統計變項 44
3.6 抽樣設計與程序 44
3.7 資料分析方法 45
3.7.1 敘述性統計 45
3.7.2 信度與效度分析 45
3.7.3 結構方程模式 46
第四章 研究結果與分析 50
4.1 樣本結構資料描述 50
4.2 主要衡量變項之分析 52
4.3 信、效度之分析 55
4.3.1 各變項之因素分析 56
4.3.2 個別信度與組成信度 59
4.3.3 收斂效度 61
4.3.4 區別效度(鑑別效度) 62
4.3.5 模式之配適度檢定 63
4.4 假說檢定 65
4.4.1 模式比較 67
4.4.2 調節效果之驗證 72
第五章 結論與建議 73
5.1 研究結論及貢獻 73
5.2 實務管理建議 75
5.3 研究限制與後續研究建議 76
參考文獻 78
附錄一:寵物之休閒阻礙之衡量原始題項 93
附錄二:問卷調查表 94
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