Social Environment Selected Aspects Determination by School Children Leisure Time Movement Activities

Authors

  • Maria Teplicancova Catholic University, Hrabovska cesta 1,034 01 Ruzomberok, Slovakia
  • Angela Almasiova University of Presov, Ul. 17. novembra 15, Presov, 08001, Slovakia
  • Peter Krska Catholic University, Hrabovska cesta 1,034 01 Ruzomberok, Slovakia
  • Jaromir Sedlacek Catholic University, Hrabovska cesta 1,034 01 Ruzomberok, Slovakia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29081/gsjesh.2017.18.2.15

Abstract

Social environment which the child comes from determines him in many spheres, including leisure activities. In the contribution we stressed on learning if school children differentiate in leisure time spending with regard on family size, parents´ employment (eventually their grant parents) and family income. Basic sample was created by 618 respondents – children parents with average age 39.9 years. Data analyse showed us that significant difference was confirmed in case of family income. This forms the prerequisite for higher volume of children movement activities. Rather surprising was result in our research that children of employed parents engage in leisure activities less than the number of unemployed parents. Also the fact that family size is not an aspect that would make children attending elementary and secondary school differentiate when choosing leisure time activities.

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2017-12-29

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