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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 47 , No. 1

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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 79-92
Abbreviation: KSLRP
ISSN: 1598-0413 (Print)
Print publication date 31 Mar 2023
Received 10 Feb 2023 Revised 11 Mar 2023 Accepted 20 Mar 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26446/kjlrp.2023.

델파이 조사를 통한 취약계층 아동청소년의 신체활동 참여 활성화 방안 탐색
이철웅1 ; 김태환2 ; 황선환3
1서울시립대학교 박사과정
2서울시립대학교 박사과정
3서울시립대학교 교수

Exploring ways to promote physical activity participation among vulnerable children and adolescents through the Delphi technique
Lee, Chul-Woong1 ; Kim, Tae-Hwan2 ; Hwnag, Sun-Hwan3
1University of Seoul
2University of Seoul
3University of Seoul
Correspondence to : Hwnag SunHwan E-mail: shhwang@uos.ac.kr

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The purpose of this study was to explore the methods for the promotion of physical activity participation among vulnerable children and adolescents through the Delphi technique and to develop specific strategies to carry out the tasks. Three-step Delphi surveys were conducted with 20 experts who work for vulnerable children and adolescents in various areas, including physical activity fields, administrative/policy institutions related to physical activity programs, schools, and circles of physical education. The survey results led to the identification of 14 comprehensive consensus opinions, which were categorized into three groups: "Cooperation", "Continuity", and "Expansion". Specifically, there is multi-agency linkage cooperation in the community, various projects and research in the public and private sectors, continuing budget and promotion, physical activity education and execution programs, professionalism and qualification systems of education professionals, and promotion of facilities and equipment for free. This study provides a foundation for future research and policy development in the field of physical activity for vulnerable children and adolescents by shedding light on the critical aspects that require attention.

Keywords: vulnerable children and adolescents, Delphi technique, physical activity, promoting physical activity participation, welfare
키워드: 취약계층 아동청소년, 델파이 기법, 신체활동, 참여 활성화, 여가복지


이 논문은 2022년도 서울시립대학교 기초·보호학문 및 융복합 분야 R&D 기반조성사업에 의하여 지원되었음

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