Kultura fizyczna w reedukacji osób odbywających karę pozbawienia wolności -motywacja skazanych do udziału w programach z zakresu kultury fizycznej i sportu

Author: Anetta Jaworska
Year of publication: 2016
Source: Show
Pages: 140-158
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/kie.2016.01.08
PDF: kie/111/kie11108.pdf

In studies seeking motivated prisoners to physical activity while serving sentence in prison, were used the questionnaire methods. Researches group were the men who are physical active (N=121), aged 22 to 55 years. Most of the respondents were men with primary or secondary, and vocational education (over 90 %). The results showed that the most important role in participating in physical exercise in prison is motivation to maintain contentment and satisfaction with life, and exercises are primarily a form of entertainment and meaningful full time. Important themes are also making exercise motives maintain contact with a wider group of people. However, inmates differ significantly in terms of motivation to participate in activities depending on the type of physical exercise.

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