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Participation in sport and sense of purpose among employees

, : Participation in sport and sense of purpose among employees. Journal of Leisure and Recreation Studies (12): 26-27

Among 1500 employees in a car factory in Shiguoka prefecture, Japan, the greatest proportion of sports club members, 43%, were aged 20-29 years, with 28.2% and 16.2% aged 30-39 and 40-49 years respectively. Of sports club members 60.6% participated in sport once a week or 1.2 times per month and 16.5% participated 2.3 times per week. Of non members, 58.2% claimed to take part in hardly any sport.

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