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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.91.2015.tde-17092015-100220
Document
Author
Full name
Gustavo Nazato Furlan
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Piracicaba, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida Junior, Antonio Ribeiro de (President)
Costa, Jose Luiz Riani
Sarries, Gabriel Adrian
Title in Portuguese
A influência da tecnologia e ambientes midiáticos na qualidade de vida em adolescentes de 15 e 16 anos em Piracicaba-SP
Keywords in Portuguese
Ambientes midiáticos
Atividade física
Qualidade de vida
Tecnologia
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo é investigar a influência da tecnologia e de ambientes midiáticos na qualidade de vida, visando relacionar os níveis de atividade física, o IMC (Índice de Massa Corporal) e os agentes mediadores de informação/interação, produzindo dados para que seja possível desenvolver ações de acordo com os resultados obtidos. Estudo aplicado na cidade de Piracicaba-SP em escolas públicas e particulares, com adolescentes de 15 e 16 anos de ambos os sexos, utilizando-se os questionários IPAQ (International Physical Activity Questionnaire) versão curta, WHOQOL (World Health Organization Quality of Life) versão abreviada, Questionário de Tecnologia, uma avaliação socioeconômica ABEP e de Índice de Massa Corporal. Os resultados foram gerados de comparações entre as categorias de gênero, tipo de escola, níveis de atividade física, IMC e níveis de utilização de instrumentos tecnológicos, analisados por técnicas estatísticas de regressão paramétrica e não-paramétrica, modelo multivariada, testes de comparação múltipla e tecnologia de amostragem para avaliar representatividade. Conclui-se que há, em casos específicos, influências da tecnologia na qualidade de vida em adolescentes, afetando em intensidades diferentes a saúde e cotidiano dos adolescentes em Piracicaba-SP.
Title in English
Technology and mediatic environment influence on quality of life in teenagers of 15 and 16 years old
Keywords in English
Media environments
Physical activity
Quality of life
Technology
Abstract in English
The aim is to investigate the influence of technology and media environments on quality of life, in order to relate the levels of physical activity, BMI (Body Mass Index) and the mediating agents of information / interaction, producing data to be able to develop actions according to the results. Applied study in the city of Piracicaba-SP in public and private schools, with adolescents aged 15 to 16 years of both genders, using the IPAQ questionnaires (International Physical Activity Questionnaire) short version, WHOQOL (World Health Organization Quality of Life) abbreviated version, Technology Questionnaire, a social class assessment ABEP and body mass index rating. The results were generated from comparisons between categories of gender, type of school, physical activity levels, BMI and levels of use of technological tools, wich will be analyzed by parametric regression statistics and non-parametric multivariate model, multiple comparison tests and sampling technology to assess representation. The conclusion is that, in specific cases, there are influences of technology on quality of life in adolescents, affecting at different intensities health and daily lives of adolescents in Piracicaba-SP.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-09-25
 
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