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1 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2023―Sep―11 COVID-19로 인한 노인의 신체활동, 사회참여 및 정신건강 변화 분석 승아 한, 민준 김, 현준 감, 현미 박, 도희 김, 웅 허, et al. (+2)
2 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2023―Jan―02 COVID-19 기간 골프 참여의도 형성 예측에 대한 연구: 계획행동이론의 확장 지훈 한, 광봉 서
3 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Dec―19 A Case Study on the Process of Resuming Survival Swimming Lessons using Assembly Swimming Pool by a Middle School Veteran PE Teacher in the Prolonged COVID-19 Pandemic Heung-Hee Choi, Hyun-Su Youn
4 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Dec―19 Relationship among COVID-19 Risk Perception on Optimism, Stress, Preventive Behaviors and Exercise Adherence Intention for University Students in Sports Participants Buom Kim
5 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Dec―19 Leisure Sports Safety Awareness after COVID-19 Seen Through Big Data Sun-Hee Kim
6 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Dec―19 Changes in the Sports Industry before and after COVID-19 using Big Data Sun-Hee Kim, Tai Hyung Kim, Il-Han Seo
7 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Dec―19 Prediction of Golf Participation Intention During COVID-19: Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior Jee Hoon Han, Kwang-Bong Seo
8 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Aug―09 A Study on Changes in Golf Lesson Perception Using Big Data Analysis: Based on COVID-19 Hyun Woo Lee, Jeong Eun Lee
9 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Aug―09 Comparison of the Record and Physique of the Top Athletes in the Athletics Events at the Olympic Games before and after Covid-19 BongJu Sung, ByoungGoo Ko, Wook Song, JiWon Seo
10 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Aug―09 Exploring Health-Related Life Changes in the Elderly under the COVID-19 Pandemic Woon Ye, Kyung-O Kim
11 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Aug―09 Why Did The MZ Generation Become Enthusiastic About After COVID-19? Eunhye Yoo, Chul-Won Lee, Min-Seok Lee
12 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Apr―07 Effects of YouTube Contents Qualities of Women’s Professional Volleyball Teams on the Vicarious Satisfaction and Stress Coping Behaviors by the COVID-19 Yong-chan Cho, Hyun-jung Kim
13 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Apr―07 The Changed Life of Student-Athletes in Pandemic Situation through Photovoice: Focused on Rhythmic Athletes Experiencing COVID-19 Min Chul Shin, Yu Won Kang
14 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Apr―01 The Changed Life of Student-Athletes in Pandemic Situation through Photovoice: Focused on Rhythmic Athletes Experiencing COVID-19 Min Chul Shin, Yu Won Kang
15 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Apr―01 Effects of YouTube Contents Qualities of Women’s Professional Volleyball Teams on the Vicarious Satisfaction and Stress Coping Behaviors by the COVID-19 Yong-chan Cho, Hyun-jung Kim
16 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2022―Feb―16 Exploring the School PE Classes Design for Systematic Review of Covid-19 Physical Education Hyukjun Son
17 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Jun―10 The Relationship between South Korean Baby Boomer’s Physical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Subjective Health Level in COVID-19 Pandemic Jong-Hyeon Lee, Sang-Won Lee, Yong-Jin Yoon
18 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Jun―10 The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) in Korea Hyeim Lee, Sang-Jo Kang
19 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Apr―23 Value of Public Goods from Professional Sports Leagues Using CVM Approach: Focusing on the COVID-19 Situation Jaehyuk Cha
20 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Apr―23 Analysis of Semantic Network of Leisure Before and After Covid-19 Using Media Big Data Kyung Sik Kim
21 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Apr―23 The Effect of Learning Emotion for Online Classes of College Students Majoring in Arts and Sports on Learning Outcomes in Pandemic Situation Byung Min Kim
22 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Feb―19 COVID-19 and Leisure Constraints: Testing Hierarchical Leisure Constraints Model Hye Ji Sa, Jee Hoon Han
23 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Feb―19 Taekwondo Masters’ Daily Life and Worries Following the COVID-19 Pandemic Sung-Un Park, Na-Hye Kim
24 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Feb―19 A Study on Camping Participation Intention in the Covid-19 Pandemic Situation by Using Extended Model of Goal-directed Behavior Model Kyung Jung Lee, Chul Won Lee, Min Jeong Kim
25 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2021―Feb―04 A Study on the Countermeasures of Taekwondo Gym Struggle Against to the COVID-19: Focusing on Taekwondo Leaders Mi Yeon Lee
26 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2020―Nov―13 The purpose of this study was to analyze the non-linear relationship between spectating constraints stress caused by COVID-19 and intention to revisit of professional baseball fans. In particular, we focused on the applicability of Yerkes-Dodson law(inverted U-shape) and the moderating effect of team identification between spectating constraints stress and intention to revisit. Data were collected from professional baseball fans using ‘Qualtrics’ online survey platform, and 206 samples were used for analysis. A hierarchical polynomial regression model was used to test research hypotheses. The results of this study were as follow: Frist, there was a non-linear relationship between spectating constraints stress and intention to revisit, and inflection point was .835(Z-score). Second, There was no moderating effect of team identification between spectating constraints stress caused by COVID-19 and intention to revisit. Hyo-min Seo
27 [GO] Korean Journal of Sport Studies 2020―Nov―13 This research aims to examine how bicycle race is perceived in our society through a Big Data-based text-mining analysis. Data were collected from the major internet portal sites such as Naver and Daum by using Textom, an data analysis tool, and only those published during the period from June 16th, 2018 to June 16th, 2020 were collected. Textmining was applied to the collected data and then they were visually analyzed through a CONCOR analysis. Throughout these processes, the following findings were discovered. First, the ten words highly ranked in the keyword analysis result were COVID-19, KCYCLE·KBOAT Fund Rasing Office, stadium closure, bicycle racer, bicycle, extension, frame, recommendation, spread, and Korea Sports Promotion Foundation. The eight major groups produced by the CONCOR analysis includes ‘direction of bicycle race management’, ‘bicycle race trading’, ‘solution for speculative betting’, ‘award-winning career issue’, ‘racer branding’, ‘consideration for bicycle race products’, ‘trade of bicycle race products’ and ‘means for online promotion’. The word most often mentioned with the keyword ‘bicycle race’ is COVID-19, which has emerged as the biggest social issue during this period, For the past two years. On the other hand, the words relevant to betting have often been mentioned as those in the ‘bicycle race trading’ group, indicating that, for the participants in the bicycle race, betting information has one of the most important concerns. Meanwhile, ‘award-winning career issue’ and ‘racer branding’ are two groups, from which the public interests in the information of bicycle racers, especially their award-winning career, could be inferred. The groups such as ‘consideration for bicycle race products’ and ‘trade of bicycle race products’ suggest that bicycle racing has become a significant part of public sports. At the same time, the negative public perception of bicycle race is also identified from the group of ‘solution for speculative betting’ but the keyword of the ‘means for online promotion’ group is expected to be useful for future marketing to bring out positive effects. Jihyun Lee, Kwang Min Cho, Hyungchul Joo
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