Raščiūtė, Eglė - Magistro baigiamojo darbo autorius
Vaitauskienė, V. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo posėdžio sekretorius
Tamošiūnas, A. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos pirmininkas
Kalvėnas, A. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Puišienė, E. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Gorinienė, Galinda - Magistro baigiamojo darbo recenzentas
Grinienė, E. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Jankauskienė, Rasa - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vadovas
Radišauskas, R. - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Lietuvos kūno kultūros akademija - Mokslinį laipsnį teikianti institucija
Ruffianly behaviour is spreading between Lithuanian children. Ruffianly behaviour include these forms of behaviour – teasing, intimidation, physical spoliation, ostracism, backbiting (gossips), and sexual harassment. Relevancy of this research is that intercommunion between schoolchildren and connection with above-mentioned factors, in Lithuania in not widely investigated problem, in comparison with research of other health risk factors. This problem attracting more attention because of that teasing is reputed factor in teen eating disturbance (bulimia, anorexia). It is been found, that children, who been teased because of their physical appearance (body weight, constitution, clothing), where more depressed, had self-destructive tendency, where more self-contained and had problems of communication. Not objective body weight evaluation is one of factors, witch determinate eating disturbance.
Objective: identify objectivity of body weight evaluation and distribution of ruffianly behaviour between Kaunas city schoolchildren and develop dependence specifying the age and sex specific cut off points.
1. Define objectivity of bodyweight evaluating;
2. Define ruffianly behaviour distribution between schoolchildren;
3. Define objectivity of bodyweight evaluating and ruffianly behaviour distribution between schoolchildren specifying the age;
4. Define objectivity of bodyweight evaluating and ruffianly behaviour distribution between schoolchildren specifying the sex.
1. The biggest part of schoolchildren (60 %) thinks, that body weight is normal, 25 % - that weight is too big, and small part ( 9,6 – 14.9%) evaluating their bodyweight like small.
2. Derisions connected with appearance comes from parents (4,7 %), from contemporaries – 9,2%, and from sisters or/and brothers – 6,1%. Mostly ruffianly behaviour include these forms of behaviour – teasing, intimidation, physical spoliation, ostracism, backbiting (gossips), mendacity. Been teased, schoolchildren mostly retorting (45,9 proc.), fighting (16 proc.) or keeping silence (14,6). Only small part (3-4 proc.), asks help from parents or teachers.
3. Objectivity of body weight evaluation is decreasing with age. Ruffianly behaviour mostly appears between 8 class schoolchildren. (about 14 years old).
4. Girls bodyweight evaluating is not objective. Ruffianly behaviour more displays between boys (in all age ranges).
Raktažodžiai: kūno svorio vertinimas, ruffianly behaviour, evaluating of bodyweight, chuliganiškas elgesys, schoolchildren, moksleiviai