alexa Abstract | Determination the correlation of sociological factors and eating attitudes among female students of medical faculty of Urmia branch in 2011

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Good nutrition and access to safe and appropriate food is the most fundamental rights of human beings. Without the proper nutrition, no one will enjoy the blessings of health. Meanwhile, according to the Nutrition of Women and Girls, because of their special physical needs in different periods of life, this subject is particularly important. Considering this fact that girls are the future mothers and their feeding is important because of their future role as healthy mothers and their greater role in having healthier generation and society, the present thesis aim to determine the sociological factors affecting the eating attitudes among girls. In this study, theories of Mary Story, Shaw and Mac Ckoob, Rieszman, Herbert Mead and Charles Horton Cooley and … were used. The aim of this research is determining the correlation of sociological factors ( the role of media, family, peers, and socio-economic status of family) and eating attitudes among MA female students of medical faculty, urmia branch in 2011. The total number of female students was 977 people and 276 ones were selected by Kocran formula. Data Information was analyzed by SPSS and statistical tests of F, test, r-Pierson and multi _regression was used to acquire results. So results showed that of applied factors media had the highest effect on girls eating attitudes. Applied variables could determine 20%of eating attitudes among these students.

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Author(s): Maryam Seyyedzadeh Zahra Karimiand Fariba Karimi


Role of Media, Family, Peers, Family socioeconomic status and Eating Attitudes

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