Body Image and Self-Esteem Differences According to the Role of Gender in Students of Islamic Azad universities of Tehran
Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9 (4 صفحه - از 285 تا 288)
"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 Body Image and Self-Esteem Differences According to the Role of Gender in Students of Islamic Azad universities of Tehran 1Maisam Allahmoradi∗, 2Tayebeh Zargar 1. The aim of this study was investigation the body image and self-esteem differences according to the role of gender in students of Islamic Azad universities in Tehran. RESULTS According to results of table 1, a significant difference was observed between body image of female and male students (P<0. 01 According to the results of Table 2, no significant difference was observed between self-esteem of female and male students. 01 CONCLUSIONS The results of research illustrated that there is positive and significant relationship between body image and self-esteem that this result is consistent with results of Asgary and Shebaky (1389) and Tabnak et al. Other results showed that there is no significant difference between self- esteem of male and female students."
- دریافت فایل ارجاع :
- (پژوهیار, , , )
The results of research illustrated that there is positive and significant relationship between body image and self-esteem that this result is consistent with results of Asgary and Shebaky (1389) and Tabnak et al. (2007). Other results showed that there is no significant difference between self- esteem of male and female students. This result is consistent with results of Roos et al. (2000) and Kamaly and Ghafary (2009). These results indicate the positive effect of exercise on body image. Explanations for this finding can be presented: exercise and physical activities by creating better muscular balance and increase physical performance in athletes can improve their body image and by preventing lack of confidence and feelings of inadequacy which are due to little work and immobilization of muscle cause increased fat and imbalance and inappropriate body composition, and improve their body image and self-concept. All of the items mentioned above show the extraordinary importance of physical activity on body image. It seems that participation in physical activity have a mediated role in increasing self-esteem and attitudes to self. In fact, participation in physical activity increases the ability and physical fitness of the individual so this in turn will change the type of evaluation and estimation of individuals from their capabilities. This relationship has a positive cycle that leads to increased self-esteem and a more positive attitude of the body.
1. Askari,P., Shabaki, R. (2010). The role of body image in the quality of life, life satisfaction, self-esteem and sex role attitudes. Thinking and Behavior (Applied Psychology), 17, 9-18.
2. Cash, T.F., Novy, P.L., & Grant, J.R. (1994). Why do women exercise? Factor analysis and further validation of the reasons for exercise inventory. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 78, 539–544.
3. Hausenblas, H. A., & Anna Campbell. (2009). Effect of exercise intervention on body image: A meta-analysis. .
Psychology and Health,14,780.
4. Donaghy, M. (2007). Exercise can seriously improve your mental health: Fact or fiction? Advances in
Phychology, 9, 7688.
5. Tabak, I., Mazur, L., & Oblacinska, A. (2007). Body Mass, self-esteem and life satisfaction in adolescents aged
13-15 years. Med Wieku Rozwoj, 11 (3), 281-290.
کاربر گرامی روزانه امکان مشاهده بیش از 0 صفحه وجود ندارد. صفحاتی که امروز مشاهده کرده اید کماکان قابل مشاهده خواهند بود.
برای مشاهده متن صفحات لازم است حساب خود را شارژ نمایید.
برای مشاهده صفحات بیشتر لازم است حساب خود را شارژ نمایید.