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Title: การรับรู้ภาวะน้ำหนักเกิน ภาพลักษณ์และความพึงพอใจต่อรูปร่างของวัยรุ่นหญิง
Other Titles: Overweight perception body image and satisfaction among female adolescents
Authors: เพ็ญประภา ศิวิโรจน์
ศิลิลทิพย์ ธงยี่สิบ
Keywords: น้ำหนักเกิน
รูปร่าง
วัยรุ่นหญิง
Issue Date: Nov-2557
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between overweight perception, body image, and body satisfaction with body weight control among female adolescents. This study was done on 310 female high school students in Phare province. The tools used in this study weretaken from The Body Shape Questionnaire Scale and the Body Satisfaction Scale.The data was analyzed using the descriptive statistics, Chi- square, and t-test. The results are summarized below: 1. Almost students had slim body mass index (61%). Body weight perception of students was the most satisfied in the range 34-40 kg. (43.5%), followed by overweight (19.7%), quite thin (7.4%) and getting fat (6.8%), respectively. 2. Most students who studying in grade 5 had overweight perception; think that they are getting fat (91.4%) and grade 4 students think that they are slim had 53.5%. While the comparison between theoverweight perceptionswithBMI found,the students who consider themselves overweight compared with BMI were in the range of had slim number of 131 peoples (63.9%). 3. Perceived their body image of female students’ interpretation and no worried in shape. If classified according to a range of anxiety in shape, it was found that the majority of students had no anxiety about their body shape (67.4%), follow by low anxiety (20.0%), medium anxiety (9.7%), and high anxiety (2.9%), respectively. 4. In regard to satisfaction with the body shape, the most of students were satisfied with their overall shape was low. When considering the head, students were satisfied at a low level in terms of the face, mouth and nose (5.1%, 4.8% and4.8% respectively). The body satisfaction was low in the abdomen (5.4%) and the limb wassatisfied at a low level in terms of the legs and arms (5.1% and 5.1% respectively). 5. The weight control found that most studentshad weight loss (71.3%), and 28.7% had no control weighting by using diet to control (63.9%), followed by controlled by exercise (51.0%) and control by others means, with the use of diet pill (16.8%), used a weight loss product (11.0%) and had used liposuction (0.6%), respectively. 6. The relationship between overweight perceptions, body image, and body satisfaction with weight control of female students found that the perception of overweightwas associated with weight control statistically significantly at 0.05.While the mean scores between the bodyimage, body satisfaction with weight control had no significant difference of 0.05 significantly level.
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