Predictors of recreational sports programme compliance among Academic and Non-Academic staff of Tertiary Institutions
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Journal of Research and Contemporary Issues in Human Kinetics and Health Education
The focus of this study was to ascertain the indicators of recreational sports programme compliance among academic and non-academic staff of tertiary institutions. Total samples of two hundred (200) participants were used for this study. The instrument used was a structured questionnaire administered to a randomly selected sample of participants. Three hypotheses were tested in the study. Data obtained were analysed using descriptive statistics of frequency percentage and inferential statistics of Chi- Square (f). The hypotheses tested were significant. The research ascertained that job description and work schedule, interpersonal relationship, specific medical prescription and health status were predictive factors for recreation sports programme compliance among academic and non-academic staff of tertiary institutions. The study recommended regular dual and team sports participation and the provision of standard recreation facilitiesfor staff with easy accessibilityfor usage in order to improve health status. Keywords: Health Status, Interpersonal Relationship, Job Description, Medical Prescription, Sports Programme Compliance.
health status , interpersonal relationship , job description , medical prescription , sports programme compliance , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Education
Ogunsemore, M.A. & Ajibola, G.S. (2015). Predictors of Recreational Sports Programme Compliance Among Academic and Non-Academic Staff of Tertiary Institutions. Journal of Research and Contemporary Issues in Human Kinetics and Health Education, 2 (1), 167-175.