Leisure Time Use in Kenya, an assessment of University Undergraduate Students in Eldoret Town.

Wendy Rop


This study examines leisure time-use amongst undergraduate students in Kenyan universities based in Eldoret Town; using data collected from 100, individuals from 4 campuses. The objective of this study included to establish which activities they participate in, to find out their understanding of leisure time, to determine the consequences of leisure to undergraduate students. The response rate was 100%. The results of this study indicated significant relationships existed between leisure participation and leisure satisfaction (P=0.004 <0.05), leisure participation and life satisfaction (P=0.002 <0.01), and leisure satisfaction and life satisfaction (P=0.000<0.01) of university students in Kenya. Such findings supported other research on the relationship of leisure participation and leisure satisfaction to other facets of life.

Keywords: Leisure time, Leisure, University undergraduates, Kenya

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