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Analysis of Predictive Factors and Academic Engagement based on Latent Profile of Adolescents’ Leisure Time Use

  • 한국청소년활동연구
  • Abbr : SKYA
  • 2021, 7(2), pp.23-46
  • DOI : 10.36697/skya.2021.7.2.23
  • Publisher : Korea Youth Activity Research Association
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Life Sciences > Child Study > Adolescence Science
  • Received : May 28, 2021
  • Accepted : June 30, 2021
  • Published : June 30, 2021

LEE SUNG WON 1 Ju, Ji-sun 2

1한양대학교 학생생활상담연구소
2고려대학교

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ABSTRACT

Purpose: This study aimed to derive latent profiles based on adolescents’ leisure time use, examine predictive factors for each latent profile, and identify difference in academic engagement based on latent profiles of leisure time use. Methodology: This study used data from the 2nd year of the first year of middle school students of KCYPS 2018. And a total of 2,394 students were analyzed. Latent profile analysis was conducted by inputting reading time, exercise and physical activity time, media use time, and playtime with friends as leisure time of adolescents. Multinomial logistic regression analysis was performed by inputting personal, family, and school factors as predictive factors for the latent profile. And one-way ANOVA was performed to confirm the difference in academic engagement according to the latent profile. Findings: The latent profiles based on adolescents’ leisure time use were divided into three groups: the low level leisure group, play/entertainment group, and knowledge/activity group. The predictive factors for the latent profile of leisure time use were gender, health condition, grade level, inconsistency in parenting attitude, school life satisfaction, and peer relationship. In addition, there was a significant difference in academic engagement according to latent profile of leisure time use. Academic engagement was highest in the knowledge/activity group, the low leisure group, and the play/entertainment group in that order. Conclusions: This study is meaningful in that it classified the adolescents’ leisure time use as a people-centered approach. And this study suggested implications for the use of leisure time to increase the academic engagement of adolescents.

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