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Quality of spending the leisure time for Iranian Individuals with visual impairments students with emphasis on physical activities. Research in Sport Management and Motor Behavior. 2014; 4 (7) :131-147
URL: http://jrsm.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2208-en.html
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The current research has been prepared for giving away for quality of spending the leisure time with emphasis on doing physical activity. The research was done on 517 Individuals with visual impairments students in 1389- 1390 school year using a descriptive research in the field way. The research past its primary phases using cluster random sampling way and then using the 85 question questionnaire. The descriptive and inferential statistics of (chi-square) have been used in analyzing the findings. The findings showed that more than 50% of the Individuals with visual impairments students spend more than 8 hours per day aimlessly. More than 70% of the Individuals with visual impairments students have no sport facilities in their schools or near their homes. According to the findings of this research, there is a meaningful difference between the duration of leisure sport activities and spending time aimlessly. The preventing factors of doing leisure sport activities make a meaningful difference on doing or not doing these activities. Also there is a meaningful difference in relation with the amount of Individuals with visual impairments student’s participation in leisure activities and leisure sport activities in comparison to the different vision acuities.
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