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|Other Titles: ||The relations among weight-related teasing, social physique anxiety , and self-esteem in female college students|
|Authors: ||陳彥婷;Chen, Yen-ting|
|Keywords: ||體型受嘲笑經驗;社會體型焦慮;自尊;女大學生;身體形象;weight-related teasing;social physique anxiety;Self-esteem;female college students;body image|
|Issue Date: ||2010-09-23 15:19:58 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relations among weight-related teasing, social physique anxiety, and self-esteem in female college student. This study selected 691 female colleges as subjects form north Taiwan(including Taibei、Taoyuan、Hsinchu and Jilong ). The instruments of this study include weight-related teasing scale, social physique anxiety scale, and self-esteem scale. The data were analyzed by frequency distribution, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation. The major findings were as follows:
1.People who teased female college students are schoolmates, brothers and sisters, and mother；female college students were influenced most by schoolmates, important persons and mother.
2.Female college students hoped they were thinner. They were mostly unsatisfied with their physique.
3.Weight-related teasing among female college students were below the average score.
4.Social physique anxiety among female college students were above the average score.
5.Self-esteem among female college students were above the average score, it was indicated that the female college students had positive attitude about themselves.
6.Weight-related teasing, social physique anxiety and self-esteem among the female college students, they were significant relationships except the self competence.
7.Comparing female college students who have more experiences in weight-related teasing to female college students who have last experiences in weight-related teasing among north Taiwan, they were significant difference of social physique anxiety and self-esteem.
According to the research results, the study provided some suggestions for future research, health education, and counseling.
|Appears in Collections:||[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Educational Psychology and Counseling] Thesis|
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