Descriptive study of physical recreation activity interests for summer school graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
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The purpose of this study was to design, develop, and administer a recreation interest survey to examine the distribution of summer school graduate students' participation levels in selected physical recreation activities. The instrument used to examine the distribution of summer school graduate students' participation levels in selected physical recreation activities was a researcher-developed survey. Subjects consisted of 105 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse summer school graduate students. Responses to each survey item were tabulated and percentages calculated. Results indicated the ten most regularly participated physical recreation activities were walking/jogging, swimming, biking, golfing, dancing, hiking, boating, fishing, volleyball, and weight training. The results also indicated that the ten activities with the highest percentage of graduate students never participating were hang gliding, sky diving, aikido, karate, lacrosse, caving/spelunking, mountaineering, scuba diving, wind surfing, and hackey sack.
University of Wisconsin--La Crosse -- Graduate students -- Recreation
University of Wisconsin--La Crosse -- Graduate students -- Attitudes