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Medicinski pregled
2019, vol. 72, br. 11-12, str. 351-356
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 06/06/2020
doi: 10.2298/MPNS1912351S
Povezanost podataka o fizičkim i sedentarnim aktivnostima dece dobijenih od dece uzrasta od 7 do 10 godina i njihovih roditelja u Vojvodini
aHigh School of Professional Studies and Education of Teachers and Coaches, Subotica
bUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Medicinski fakultet + Institute of Public Health of Vojvodina, Novi Sad

e-adresa: sanjasumonja@gmail.com, marija.jevtic@uns.ac.rs

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Uvod. Cilj rada je da se utvrdi povezanost podataka o fizičkim i sedentarnim aktivnostima dece dobijenih od dece uzrasta od 7 do 10 godina i njihovih roditelja. Materijal i metode. Uzorak je uključivao decu uzrasta 7 ̶ 10 godina (n = 94) i njihove roditelje (n = 94) iz jedne lokalne zajednice u Vojvodini. Deca i roditelji su odvojeno popunjavali upitnik o vrsti fizičkih i sedentarnih aktivnosti i vremenu koje su deca provela u navedenim aktivnostima tokom jednog dana. Slaganje odgovora dece i roditelja analizirano je primenom Koenove kapa metode. Razlike u slaganju odgovora roditelja i dece u odnosu na razred koji deca pohađaju utvrđene su primenom hi kvadrat testa. Vrednosti p manje od 0,05 smatrane su statistički značajnim vrednostima. Rezultati. Najviši nivo slaganja odgovora roditelja i dece (c = 0,74; p = 0,00) utvrđen je za pitanja koja su se odnosila na upražnjavanje fizičkih aktivnosti tokom prepodneva pre odlaska u školu. Najniži nivo slaganja odgovora roditelja i dece (c = 0,21; p = 0,04) utvrđen je za pitanja o gledanju televizijskog programa tokom prepodneva pre odlaska u školu. Deca su prijavila značajno duže vreme provedeno u sedentarnim aktivnostima nego roditelji. Zaključak. Istraživanje je pokazalo da postoje značajne razlike u podacima o fizičkim i sedentarnim aktivnostima dece dobijenim od dece i njihovih roditelja. Najniži nivo slaganja odgovora dece i roditelja, utvrđen za gledanje televizijskog programa, ukazuje na nizak nivo svesti i kontrole ovog oblika sedentarnog ponašanja dece.

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