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The Effect of Blind People's Golf Activity Participation Motivation on Quality of Life: Focusing on the Additive Multiple Moderating Effect of Income and Self-Efficacy

융합경영연구 / The Journal of Economics, Marketing and Management, (E)2288-7709
2022, v.10 no.5, pp.25-34
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.20482/jemm.2022.10.5.25
LEE, Seok-Dong (Sports in Life, Jangan University)
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Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find a way to improve the quality of life of the blind by confirming the effect of the motivation of the blind to participate in golf activities and the effect of income and self-efficacy in these relationships. Research design, data, and methodology: This study conducted a survey of 30 visually impaired people, and simple regression analysis, additive multiple moderating effect analysis were conducted using SPSS and PROCESS macro. Results: First, it was confirmed that the motivation to participate in golf activities is an important factor in improving the quality of life. Second, it was confirmed that income has a positive effect on the quality of life rather than the motivation to participate in golf activities, but self-efficacy negatively affects the quality of life. Third, it was confirmed that the interaction between participation motivation and income level negatively affects the quality of life, but the interaction between participation motivation and self-efficacy improves the quality of life. Conclusions: It suggests that organizations, golf courses, local governments, and volunteers who support the blind's outdoor activities, especially golf activities, need to establish a support system and take a careful approach to overcome these factors.

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The visually impaired, Motivation to participate in golf, Life satisfaction, Income, Self-efficacy

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