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The purpose of this study is to examine the career choice of students majoring in physical education at Korea and Japan universities after graduation. The subjects of this study were Korea physical education students in C University G Metropolitan City(n=80) and Japanese physical education students K University F City(n=107). The results of the questionnaire on career choice were as follows. The result of the recognition of employment activity, planning, job activity, and information in college are considered to be important by students of Korean physical education, and students of major in physical education in Japan consider it important for job anxiety, sense of purpose, prospect, and prudence appear. Results of consideration in Job-seeking activities, the students of the Korean Physical Education major showed the importance of the workplace, location, and distance. The students of the Japanese physical education major emphasized on the utilization of professionalism, working environment, level of salary, taste and interest, desired occupation, development experience, welfare and service level satisfaction. Based on the above results, it was found that the college students majoring in physical education who had to choose their career were aware of the importance and interest in matters to be considered in their employment and job search activities. The students who are employed in career decision tend to be higher in Japan than in Korea, and tend to be most successful before they graduate. At this point, I think that if we prepare active employment activities and various programs to enhance job satisfaction with active job search activities, we will be able to make a successful career choice according to our major.
This In this study, physical and mental stress according to an obesity level of female university students and female students preparing for employment could affect eating disorders, social physique anxiety, and multidimensional perfectionism were analyzed and these conclusions were followed. First, it was verified that female university student's desire of diet in relations between obesity stress and eating disorder was shown to affecting physical, self-improvement and mental stress. Physical and self-improvement stress factor in relations between obesity stress and eating disorder was shown to affecting dissatisfaction of their physique by eating disorder. Physical and self-improvement stress factor was shown to affecting gluttony. Second, physical stress in relations between obesity stress and social physique anxiety was shown to affecting satisfaction of physical expression by social physique anxiety. Physical, self-improvement and mental stress factors were shown to affecting negative physique by social physique anxiety. Third, physical and mental stress factors in relations between obesity stress and multidimensional perfectionism were shown to affecting concern about mistake by multidimensional perfectionism. Self-improvement stress factor was affect private standard by multidimensional perfectionism. Mental stress factor was affect condemnation to parents and doubt about fulfill by multidimensional perfectionism. Self-improvement and mental stress factors were shown to affecting multidimensional perfectionism group.
In this study, we used the Elastic Band exercise as a method to prevent obesity and various diseases of middle-aged women who had little physical activity and compared the body composition, liver and blood glucose levels. The following conclusions were obtained. There was a decrease in body weight but no statistically significant difference. Body fat percentage was also decreased, showing statistically significant difference. There was a statistically significant difference the AST and the ALT. However, γ-GTP was significantly decreased but not statistically significant. The blood glucose level was in the normal range but decreased, indicating a statistically significant difference. From the above, it is suggested that Elastic Band exercise is recommended for middle-aged women because it has significant changes in body composition, liver and blood sugar. I would like to study the effect of the Elastic Band movement by studying and analyzing the movements using the elastic band.
Recently, the GX program has been jumping for exercise to change diet or body type. The jumping exercise was divided into exercise group and control group for 40 minutes a day for a total of 8 weeks. The following conclusions were drawn based on the results of lifestyle-related risk factors and stress in middle-aged obese women. The body composition item showed a decrease in body weight and body fat percentage, indicating an interaction effect. The risk factors for lifestyle-related disease were also reduced in fasting glucose, TC, and TG, indicating an interaction effect. In addition, α-amylase, an external stress index, showed a decreased result, indicating an interaction effect. Taken together, it was concluded that jumping exercise improved the body shape of middle-aged obese women, suppressed and reduced the risk factors for lifestyle-related disease, and relieved stress. In order to maintain and improve the health of these exercises, a variety of subjects will be further diversified, and further studies will be conducted to verify the effectiveness of the jumping exercise if recruiting subjects with secondary disease rather than lifestyle-related disease risk factors.
In this study, we classified middle-aged women with borderline obesity into the exercise group(n=20) and a total of 8 weeks of combined(band+circulation) exercise program was performed. The results were compared with those of 0 week and 8 week. First, blood pressure of middle-aged women with borderline obesity increased in the second measurement rather than the first measurement, and maintained the normal level. Second, there was no statistically significant difference in the waist circumference, body weight, and body fat percentage in the health-related physical fitness of the borderline obese middle-aged women. There was also a statistically significant difference in muscle strength, muscle endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. In conclusion, we conclude that combined exercise for middle-aged women with borderline obesity is one of the exercise programs that can improve the physical fitness level with positive blood pressure maintenance and improvement of health-related physical fitness. In later studies, exercise intensity and frequency were found to be better for women with borderline obesity, and it would be expected to prevent diseases such as lifestyle-related diseases.
Recently, as women enter middle age and old age, they are exposed to various diseases that worsen their health. In middle-aged women, physical activity is rapidly reduced due to family and social life, which is hampering health. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of short-term high-intensity exercise on da Vinci bodyboard exercise for middle-aged women who had insufficient time to affect various chronic diseases (liver level, kidney function). The 12 middle-aged women who did not experience the da Vinci bodyboard exercise were selected. In the change of liver level, AST and ALT decreased after the da Vinci bodyboard exercise, which was statistically significant. In the changes in kidney function, Creatine decreased after the da Vinci bodyboard exercise, which was statistically significant. Urea decreased after the da Vinci bodyboard exercise but did not show statistically significant levels. Taken together, the Da Vinci Bodyboard exercise is thought to improve liver and kidney function in middle-aged women who lack physical activity. As such, if middle-aged women who are in short of time and continue to exercise to improve their health by short-term high-intensity exercise, it is thought that they will be able to live a healthy life by preventing various chronic diseases coming in middle and old age.
This study investigated the effect of aerobic spinning exercise for 12 weeks on the increase of hemoglobin and the development of lung function in female anemia patients, thereby identifying changes in physiological and functional factors, and presenting the relationship to improve anemia in anemia patients. And as a reference material on the development of functions for health, research was conducted with the necessity and purpose. For the study, among women in their 20s and 30s, patients with anemia with less than 12g/dL of hemoglobin in the blood were selected, and aerobic spinning was divided into 8 people in the Exercise Group (EG) who exercised aerobic spinning and 8 people in the Control Group (CG) who did not exercise. Exercise was performed for 12 weeks with exercise frequency 3 times a week, exercise time 40 minutes, and exercise intensity HRmax 70% for comparison. As a result of the study, aerobic spinning exercise for 12 weeks in female anemia patients had a significant effect on increasing hemoglobin and developing lung function, and it was found that there was a significant positive correlation between the increase in hemoglobin and the development of lung function. Therefore, aerobic spinning exercise is considered to be effective as an exercise to improve anemia in anemia patients through an increase in hemoglobin and the effect of developing lung function.
This study was designed to investigate the effects of long-term training on the lipid(triglyceride, cholesterol) and lipoprotein(HDL-cholesterol). The subjects consisted of 9 junior female athletes(exercise career, three month ; A group) and 6 athletes(exercise career fifteen month ; B group) and 12 junior school girls as control group(C group) who all were about thirteen years old. Both athlete groups(A,B group) were continuous to participate in six month training and their blood samples were collected at pre mid(after three month) and post (after six month). The control subjects donated their blood at pre and post(after six month). The collected blood were analyzed for the triglyceride, cholesterol, High density lipoprotein cholesterol and HDL-C/TC ratio. The result through the statistical analysis of this data were summarized as follows 1. The pre-levels of triglyceride and total cholesterol in Athlete group, especially B group were lower than those in Non-athlete group(p<0.01). HDL-C level and HDL-C/TC ratio were highest in B group among three group(p<0.05). 2. HDL -C level and HDL-C/TC ratio in both athlete group, especially A group were significantly decreased after three and six month(p<0.01) while in control group all item were not changed. The result indicated that Triglyceride cholesterol in pre-adolescent girl can be significantly changed by three month training and the change of HDL-C need more long term training(more than three month).
This study was conducted to investigate the effects of trampoline exercise on blood oxidative stress and total antioxidant activity in middle-aged women. Middle-aged women consisted of 40 minutes a day, three times a week for a total of eight weeks, divided into exercise group and general control group. The following conclusions were drawn. First, it was found that there was an interaction effect only in measurement time * groups in blood oxidative stress of middle-aged women participating in trampoline exercise. Second, the total antioxidant power of middle-aged women who participated in the trampoline exercise also showed an interaction effect between the measurement time * groups. Taken together, the trampoline exercise is recommended as one of the exercise programs to help middle-aged women maintain their health by reducing the blood oxidative stress and increasing the total antioxidant power of middle-aged women. In order to get more exercise effect, extend the exercise period and increase the intensity, than I think it will be possible to have a healthy middle age by promoting health.
This study was conducted for eight weeks in order to prevent obesity and secondary diseases caused by obesity by measuring the maximal oxygen uptake and health-related physical fitness in middle-aged obese women. The statistical method was Paired Sample t-test to see the difference before and after the spinning exercise. All statistical values were set as α=.05. First, the maximum oxygen uptake increased after spinning exercise and showed a statistically significant difference. Second, the body fat percentage among the health related physical fitness factors after spinning exercise decreased after exercise and showed statistically significant difference. There was also a statistically significant difference in muscle strength, muscle endurance and flexibility. Taken together, I think the spinning exercise is a very effective exercise program for improving body shape as well as improving physical fitness for obese middle-aged women. In the future, obese middle-aged women will increase their exercise intensity and continue spinning exercise regularly to prevent secondary degenerative diseases such as metabolic syndrome and chronic degenerative diseases.