INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFECT OF SPORT AND ART EDUCATION ON BODY IMAGE

Ömürcan Başar, Semra Çetin, H. Nedim Çetin, Murat Şen

Abstract


The purpose of this study is determining body image in individuals with sports and fine arts education. 137 male and 120 female, total of 257, sports and fine arts students were participated in the study. Body-Cathexis Scale (BCS) were used. Independent Samples t- test was used for statically processing. Body Image score according to gender found at male 77.96 and female 80.12. Body Image score found at sports students 74.05 and fine arts students 84.03. There was a significant no difference in between sports students and fine arts students in Body Image Score (p>0.05) in gender. There was a significant difference in between sports faculty and fine arts faculty according male and female students in Body Image Score at p<0.001 level. Female students are according male students under greater risk regarding the body image. Body image points were more positively at student of sports than student of fine art. It is thought that sport education affects body image more positively than fine arts education. Getting with sports education could contribute to a positive body image levels.


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body image, fine arts, theological education

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