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우리나라 청소년의 비만과 신체활동과의 관련성

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Author(s)
박태희
Issued Date
2010
Keyword
청소년신체활동 천소년비만 청소년 건강행태 비만율
Abstract
ABSTRACT

Association between Obesity and Physical Activity about Adolescents in Korea
- Using Data from the 2008 Korean Youth's Risk Behavior Web-based Study -

Park, Tae-Heui
Advisor: Prof. Suh, Chae-Hong
Department of Alternative Medicine,
Graduate School of Health Science
Chosun University

This study was conducted based on the data of the fourth Youth Risk Behavior Web-based Survey organized by Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The subjects of the study were a total of 75,238(39,278 of male students and 35,960 female students).
As a result of the study, the relations between obesity and physical activities were discovered as follows:
1. The odd ratio of the male students who were obese and participated in violent physical activities for 1 or 2 days was 1.12 times higher than those of the subjects who did not and the odd ratio of those who participated in physical activities for 3 or 4 days was 1.17 times higher. When they participated in physical activities for more than five days, the odds ratio was 1.19 times higher. It indicates that the more obese they were, the more they participated in violent physical activities.
2. The odd ratios of the group who participated in exercise to enhance muscular strength for 1 or 2 days, 3 or 4 days and more than 5 days were 0.86, 0.66 and 0.67 respectively. It indicates that the more obese they were, the less they participated in exercise to muscular strength.
3. The odd ratio of the group who walked below 1 hour or 2 a week was 0.91 times lower than that of the group who walked less than 1 hour a week. The odd ratio of the groups who walked for more than 2 hours on weekends was 0.81 times lower than that of the group who walked for less than 1 hour on weekends.
4. The odd ratio of obese female students who participated in violent physical activities for 1 or 2 days were 1.22 times higher than that of those who did not. The odd ratio of the subjects who did violent physical activities for 3 or 4 days was 1.36 times higher. It indicates that they did exercise less than 5 days in comparison with the subjects who did not do violent exercise.
5. For middle school students, the odd ratio of the subjects who did physical activities for 1 or 2 days was 1.23 time higher than that of those who did not. The odd ratios of those who did physical activities for 3 or 4 days and more than five days were 1.34 times and 1.41 times higher respectively. It indicates that the more obese they were, the more physical activities they had.
6. The odd ratio of the subjects who walked for less than 1 hour or 2 on weekends was 1.25 times higher than that of those who walked for less than 1 hour on weekends. It indicates that female students walked less than male students.
Schools where adolescents spend most of their time should develop a variety of activity programs to encourage them to participate in more physical activities in physical education time, break time, lunch time, and after-school time. To support the direction, educational policy and students and parents' perception on physical education should be changed, and organized plans should be developed through cooperation with experts of communities.
Alternative Title
Association between Obesity and Physical Activity about Adolescents in Korea
Alternative Author(s)
Park, Tae-Heui
Affiliation
조선대학교보건대학원
Department
보건대학원 대체의학과
Advisor
서재홍
Awarded Date
2011. 2
Table Of Contents
목 차

표 목차 ⅱ
ABSTRACT ⅲ

Ⅰ.서론 1

Ⅱ.연구 방법 3
1. 연구 대상 3
2. 자료 수집 방법 4
3. 변수의 정의 5
4. 자료 분석 방법 6

Ⅲ. 연구 결과 7
1. 대상자의 특성 분포 7
2. 대상자의 특성과 비만과의 관련성 13
3. 신체활동과 비만과의 관련 요인 20

Ⅳ. 고찰 23

Ⅴ. 결론 26

참고문헌 28
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 보건대학원
Citation
박태희. (2010). 우리나라 청소년의 비만과 신체활동과의 관련성
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/2213
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000241259
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Medicine & Parmacy > Theses(Master)(의학전문대학원/보건대학원/임상약학대학원)
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