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1 COMPASS in Finland – Results and methodological problems Pasi Koski, Ph.D. Academical Docent in Sport Management University of Turku

2 Survey: Sport participation and physical activity in Finland Carried out by Suomen Gallup, which is private enterprise Ordered by various governmental and quasi-governmental agencies Latest data was collected during the period from March 2001 to February 2002

3 Survey: Sport participation and physical activity in Finland Year of last survey Years of previous surveys1991, 1994, 1997 Sample size10,000-11,000 Age range3 – 65 Sampling methodRandom What months of yearContinuous all year (except July)

4 Survey: Sport participation and physical activity in Finland Multipurpose or sports specificSports specific How many activities coded?86 – 93 How many are prompted?None What is the reference period?One week, one month, three months

5 Survey: Sport participation and physical activity in Finland Are questions asked on: i)Frequency of participationYes ii)Whether participation is competitive or notYes iii) Club membershipYes iv) Are fitness and health indicators measured? In a way v) Is there a separate survey Young people for young people? included

6 Participation rates of adults in Finland a: When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week 1b: When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week 2a: When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week 2b: When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week

7 Participation rates of adults in Finland a: When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week 1b: When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week 2a: When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week 2b: When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week

8 SPORT PARTICIPATION 1a (ADULTS) IN FINLAND When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week

9 SPORT PARTICIPATION 1b (ADULTS) IN FINLAND When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 3 times a week

10 SPORT PARTICIPATION 2a (ADULTS) IN FINLAND When walking is accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week

11 SPORT PARTICIPATION 2b (ADULTS) IN FINLAND When walking is not accepted sport participation and intensive is at least 4 times a week

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13 The share of sports clubs members

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15 Membership and participation (The share of non-members %) Koski 2000

16 Membership and participation Participation is not synonymous with membership Almost 10 per cent of sports clubs members do not participate at all More than half (54%) of Finnish adults who are not members do participate sports clubs activities in some way About half of those who participate sports clubs activities for conditioning purposes are not members Koski 2000

17 Which describes best your relation to physical activity


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