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研究生:齊提
研究生(外文):KITISENI, NAKIBAE
論文名稱:群體凝聚力對生活滿意度、團隊心智模式和繼續參與吐瓦魯島嶼運動俱樂部意願的影響
論文名稱(外文):The Influence of Group Cohesion on Life Satisfaction, Team Mental Models and Intention to Continue Participation of Island Sport Clubs in Tuvalu
指導教授:陳成業陳成業引用關係
指導教授(外文):CHEN, CHEN-YUEH
口試委員:邱炳坤蕭嘉惠康正男陳鴻雁
口試委員(外文):CHIU, PING-KUNHSIAO, CHIA-HUIKANG, CHENG-NANCHEN, HONG-YAN
口試日期:2018-11-19
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:國立體育大學
系所名稱:體育研究所
學門:教育學門
學類:專業科目教育學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2018
畢業學年度:107
語文別:英文
論文頁數:72
中文關鍵詞:群體凝聚力生活滿意度團隊心智模式吐瓦魯結構方程模型
外文關鍵詞:Group CohesionLife SatisfactionTeam Mental ModelsTuvaluStructural Equation Modeling
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至今已經有許多研究確認參加體育活動的好處,但問題是如何讓人們願意持續參與。本研究目的是調查團隊凝聚力、團隊心理模型、生活滿意度和繼續參與體育活動意願之間的關係,這個研究可以為吐瓦魯的體育文獻做出貢獻。研究的對象是吐瓦魯首府富納富提島八個島嶼體育俱樂部的成員。兩性中有460名成員(男性佔67.6%,女性佔32.4%)同意參加本研究。參與者回答了由團體環境量表、團隊心理模型量表、團體發展量表、生活滿意度量表和繼續參與意願量表組成的問卷調查。

用於分析假設模型的結構方程模型(SEM)支持了群體凝聚力與生活滿意度、群體凝聚力和團隊心理模型之間在概念上和統計學上的關係。凝聚力已經成為可以預測吐瓦魯島嶼體育俱樂部成員繼續參加體育運動的主要變數。本研究使用LISREL版本8.9計算SEM和驗證性因素分析(CFA)測試變數間關係的模型適配程度。在這項研究中,衡量結果顯示整體模型適配度部分符合,並且在群體凝聚力和生活滿意度、群體凝聚力和團隊心理模型、生活滿意度和繼續參與意願以及團隊心理模型和繼續參與意願之間存在直接影響。唯一未得到支持的是團體凝聚力可以直接影響體育俱樂部成員繼續參加體育運動意願之假設。

The previous research has identified the benefits of participating in sport activities but the problem is how to make people continue to participate. The aim was to investigate relationships among group cohesion, team mental models, life satisfaction and intention to continue participating in sport activities that can contribute to literature for sports in Tuvalu. The target population was members of the eight islands sports clubs on Funafuti island, the capital of Tuvalu. Four hundred and sixty members of both gender (male 67.6% & female 32.4%) agreed to participate in this study. Participants responded to the survey questionnaire consisted of Group Environment scale, Team Mental Model scale, Group Development scale, Life Satisfaction scale, and Intention to continue scale.

The structural equation modeling (SEM) conducted to analyze the hypothesis model has supported that the relationship between group cohesion and life satisfaction, group cohesion and team mental models were conceptually and statistically related. Cohesion has represented as the main variable that can predict the island sport club members intention to continue participating in sports. The SEM and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) were calculated by using the LISREL version 8.9 to test the model fit of the constructs. In this study, measurements demonstrated that the overall model fit was partially met and there are directly influences between group cohesion and life satisfaction, group cohesion and team mental models, life satisfaction and intention and lastly team mental models and intention. The only relationship did not be supported that group cohesion can directly influence intention of sports club members to continue participating in sports.

Table of Content

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Purpose of the study 6
1.3 Research model 6
1.4 Research hypotheses 7
1.5 Research questions 7
1.6 Definition of terms 8
1.7 Scope of the study 9
1.8 Delimitations of the study 10
1.9 Limitations 10
1.10 Outline of dissertation 10
Chapter II LITERATURE REVIEW 12
2.1. Group cohesion and life satisfaction 12
2.2 Group cohesion and intention to continue participation 17
2.3 Group cohesion and team mental models 18
2.4 Life satisfaction and intention to continue participation 19
2.5 Team mental models and intention to continue participation. 20
Chapter III METHODOLOGY 21
3.1 Participants 21
3.2 Measures 22
3.3 Procedures 26
3.4 Data analysis 27
3.5 Summary 29
CHAPTER Ⅳ RESULTS 30
4.1 Data screening 30
4.2 Descriptive statistics of the study 31
4.3 Results 38
4.4 Hypothesis testing 44
CHAPTER V CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION 47
5.1 Conclusion 47
5.2 Suggestions 49
5.3 Limitations and Future Directions 50
REFERENCES 52
APPENDIX 62


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