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Analysis of the leisure sport activities In university of debrecen

Pfau Christa

APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, 2015, vol. 09, issue 1-2

Abstract: The sports program of the professional higher education focusing on the leisure sports opportunities. New needs, change in taste and new leisure habits of the young generation should be taken into account to design the University’s leisure sports program. In my study I was dealing with a questionnaire survey investigating the attitude of the students of the University of Debrecen to leisure sports, and the students’ opinions about their own physical status. Data collection was completed on a paper based questionnaire, 42 closed-type questions were included and a total of 213 students completed it. In conclusion I found that the students are satisfied with their physical states although not many of them do sport on a regular basis. I revealed the primary excuses for neglecting sports: lack of time, laziness and timetable discrepancies. These findings make it imperative that by avoiding the existing discrepancies the students be provided the widest range of time in their time tables available for physical activities.

Keywords: leisure sport; university; sport habits; leisure sport possibilities; Health Economics and Policy; Public Economics; Z20 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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