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Associations of Active Commuting to School with Achieving Physical Activity Guideline and Health Body Weight among Adolescents: A Cross-Sectional Study of a Junior High School in New Taipei City as Example
Physical Activity Guideline
Health Body Weight
|Abstract:||本研究主要目的在調查新北市某國民中學學生動態通學與身體活動建議量及健康體位之關聯性。本研究使用教育部國民及學前教育署所公布「健康促進學校-健康體位」公版問卷，採學生自填式作答，並利用身高體重計測量學生的身體質量指數。研究對象為104學年度新北市某國民中學九年級學生，共發出459份問卷，回收445份問卷，回收率為96.9％，有效問卷424份，有效作答率為95.3％。資料以SPSS for Window 22.0統計軟體進行描述性和推論性統計，並以邏輯斯迴歸為統計方法分析「動態通學」與各變項之關聯性。結果如下：
The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship of active commuting to school with physical activity and health body weight among adolescents. In 2015, a total of 459 junior high school students in New Taipei city were recruited, with 445 completing the survey (response rate of 96.9%). After data cleaning, 424 questionnaires were valid (effective answer rate of 95.3%). The main findings of this research were as follows: 1.The precentages of students to adapt active commuting , mix commuting and passive commuting to school were 30.4％, 56.1％, 13.5％ respectively. 2.The background factors like gender, age, education level of parents were not correlated with active commuting to school. 3. The precentages of students achieving Taiwan’s physical activity guideline was 73.8％, and 39.6％ met international physical activity guideline. Boys were more likely to achieve Taiwan’s physical activity guideline than girls. The active commuting to school was not correlated with physical activity guideline. 4. The prevalence rate of underweight, overweight and obesity were 5.0％, 10.6％ and 15.1％ respectively. Body mass index status was associated with gender and parents’ educational level. Boys were more likely to be overweight compared with girls. The active commuting to school was not correlated with health body weight. For schools, it is suggested to promote students to engage in active commuting to school, to enhance the knowledge and skills to participate in physical activity in girls, and to increase the knowledge and self-monitoring skills of healthy body weight in boys. Future studies are needed to target on large study sample, to examine more study variables on this issue by using multiple research methods in different region.
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