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İlkokul Öğrencilerinin Sağlıklı Gıda Tercihlerinde Beslenme Davranışı ile İlişkili Olabilecek Faktörlerin ve Beslenme Öz-yeterliği ile İlişkisinin Değerlendirilmesi

Year 2021, Volume 13, Issue 2, 319 - 326, 07.06.2021
https://doi.org/10.18521/ktd.869407

Abstract

Amaç: Bu çalışma, ilkokul öğrencilerinin sağlıklı gıda tercihlerinde beslenme davranışı ile ilişkili olabilecek faktörlerin ve beslenme öz-yeterliği ile ilişkisinin değerlendirilmesi amacıyla yapılmıştır. Gereç ve Yöntem: Çalışma, 2018 eğitim-öğretim döneminde Eskişehir il merkezinde bulunan ilkokul dördüncü sınıf öğrencilerinde yapılan kesitsel tipte bir araştırmadır. Çalışma grubu, Eskişehir il merkezinde bulunan altı ilkokulda öğrenim gören 402 öğrenciden oluşmaktadır. Çalışmanın verileri sosyo-demografik özellikleri, Beslenme Davranış Ölçeği (BDÖ) ve Çocuk Beslenme Öz-yeterlik Ölçeği (ÇBÖÖ) sorularını içeren bir anket form kullanılarak toplandı. Bulgular: Çalışma grubundaki öğrencilerin yaş ortalaması 9,88 ± 0,44 yıl olup, öğrencilerin %51,0'ı kız idi. Bireylerin %19,9'u fazla kilolu ve %10,2'si obezdi. ÇBÖÖ'de kız öğrenciler ortalama %65 ± 24 ile sağlıklı besinleri seçerken, erkek öğrenciler ortalama %55 ± 25 ile sağlıklı besinleri seçtiler (p<0,001). Spearman Korelasyon Analizinde BDÖ ve ÇBÖÖ'den alınan puanlar arasında orta düzeyde pozitif ilişki (r=0,426, p<0,001) saptandı. İlişkili faktörlerin etkisi kontrol edildikten sonra BDÖ ve ÇBÖÖ arasındaki ilişkiyi belirlemek için yapılan çoklu lineer regresyonda, beslenme davranışının ÇBÖÖ ile pozitif bir ilişki ((β (% 95 CI): 0,398 (0,301-0,495)) gösterdiği belirlendi. Sonuç: Beslenme öz-yeterliği, beslenme davranışını etkileyen bir faktör olarak saptandı. Bu bağlamda, beslenme davranışı ile beslenme öz-yeterliği arasındaki yakın ilişkinin izlenmesinin erken yaşlardan itibaren faydalı olabileceği sonucuna varılmıştır.

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Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students

Year 2021, Volume 13, Issue 2, 319 - 326, 07.06.2021
https://doi.org/10.18521/ktd.869407

Abstract

Objective: The aim of the study was to investigate the associated factors with nutrition behavior and dietary self-efficacy for healthy food choices among primary school students. Methods: The study is a cross-sectional research conducted with 4th grade students in the city center of Eskisehir in the 2018 academic year. The study group consisted of 402 students studying in six primary schools in the city center of Eskisehir. Data of the study were collected using a questionnaire including socio-demographic characteristics, Food Behavior Scale (FBS), and Children Dietary Self-efficacy Scale (CDSS). Results: The mean age of the students in the study group was 9.88 ± 0.44 years and 51.0% of the students were female. Of the participants 19.9% were overweight and 10.2% were obese. While female students in CDSS chose healthy food with a mean ± SD 65% ± 24 percentages, male students chose healthy food with a mean ± SD 55% ± 25 percentages (p<0.001). Medium level positive relation (r = 0.426, p<0.001) was detected between scores taken from FBS and CDSS in Spearman Correlation Analysis. In the multiple linear regression performed to determine the relationship between FBS and CDSS after controlling the effect of related factors, it was determined that nutrition behavior indicated a positive relation ((β (95% CI): 0.398 (0.301-0.495)) with CDSS score. Conclusion: Dietary self-efficacy was determined as a factor influencing nutrition behavior. In this regard, it was concluded that monitoring the close relationship between nutrition behavior and dietary self-efficacy could be useful beginning from early ages.

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  • 47. Choi MY, Kim HYP. Nutrition knowledge, dietary self-efficacy and eating habits according to student's stage of regular breakfast or exercise. Korean Journal of Community Nutrition 2008; 13(5): 653-62.
  • 48. Won H-R. Relationships among eating behavior, dietary self efficacy and nutrition knowledge of elementary school students in Gangwon province. The Korean Journal of Community Living Science 2008; 19(1): 11-9.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Cüneyt ÇAM> (Primary Author)
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-1635-1345
Türkiye


Emrah ATAY>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-6581-8626
Türkiye


Hatice AYGAR>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-6277-7753
Türkiye


Ece Elif ÖCAL>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-8977-6478
Türkiye


Saniye GÖKTAŞ>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0003-0609-782X
Türkiye


Burhanettin IŞIKLI>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0003-2902-9328
Türkiye


Muhammed Fatih ÖNSÜZ>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-7234-3385
Türkiye


Selma METİNTAS>
ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-5002-5041
Türkiye

Publication Date June 7, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 13, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { ktd869407, journal = {Konuralp Medical Journal}, issn = {1309-3878}, eissn = {1309-3878}, address = {}, publisher = {Duzce University}, year = {2021}, volume = {13}, number = {2}, pages = {319 - 326}, doi = {10.18521/ktd.869407}, title = {Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students}, key = {cite}, author = {Çam, Cüneyt and Atay, Emrah and Aygar, Hatice and Öcal, Ece Elif and Göktaş, Saniye and Işıklı, Burhanettin and Önsüz, Muhammed Fatih and Metintas, Selma} }
APA Çam, C. , Atay, E. , Aygar, H. , Öcal, E. E. , Göktaş, S. , Işıklı, B. , Önsüz, M. F. & Metintas, S. (2021). Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students . Konuralp Medical Journal , 13 (2) , 319-326 . DOI: 10.18521/ktd.869407
MLA Çam, C. , Atay, E. , Aygar, H. , Öcal, E. E. , Göktaş, S. , Işıklı, B. , Önsüz, M. F. , Metintas, S. "Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students" . Konuralp Medical Journal 13 (2021 ): 319-326 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ktd/issue/62712/869407>
Chicago Çam, C. , Atay, E. , Aygar, H. , Öcal, E. E. , Göktaş, S. , Işıklı, B. , Önsüz, M. F. , Metintas, S. "Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students". Konuralp Medical Journal 13 (2021 ): 319-326
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students AU - CüneytÇam, EmrahAtay, HaticeAygar, Ece ElifÖcal, SaniyeGöktaş, BurhanettinIşıklı, Muhammed FatihÖnsüz, SelmaMetintas Y1 - 2021 PY - 2021 N1 - doi: 10.18521/ktd.869407 DO - 10.18521/ktd.869407 T2 - Konuralp Medical Journal JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 319 EP - 326 VL - 13 IS - 2 SN - 1309-3878-1309-3878 M3 - doi: 10.18521/ktd.869407 UR - https://doi.org/10.18521/ktd.869407 Y2 - 2021 ER -
EndNote %0 Konuralp Medical Journal Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students %A Cüneyt Çam , Emrah Atay , Hatice Aygar , Ece Elif Öcal , Saniye Göktaş , Burhanettin Işıklı , Muhammed Fatih Önsüz , Selma Metintas %T Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students %D 2021 %J Konuralp Medical Journal %P 1309-3878-1309-3878 %V 13 %N 2 %R doi: 10.18521/ktd.869407 %U 10.18521/ktd.869407
ISNAD Çam, Cüneyt , Atay, Emrah , Aygar, Hatice , Öcal, Ece Elif , Göktaş, Saniye , Işıklı, Burhanettin , Önsüz, Muhammed Fatih , Metintas, Selma . "Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students". Konuralp Medical Journal 13 / 2 (June 2021): 319-326 . https://doi.org/10.18521/ktd.869407
AMA Çam C. , Atay E. , Aygar H. , Öcal E. E. , Göktaş S. , Işıklı B. , Önsüz M. F. , Metintas S. Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students. Konuralp Medical Journal. 2021; 13(2): 319-326.
Vancouver Çam C. , Atay E. , Aygar H. , Öcal E. E. , Göktaş S. , Işıklı B. , Önsüz M. F. , Metintas S. Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students. Konuralp Medical Journal. 2021; 13(2): 319-326.
IEEE C. Çam , E. Atay , H. Aygar , E. E. Öcal , S. Göktaş , B. Işıklı , M. F. Önsüz and S. Metintas , "Evaluation of Associated Factors with Nutrition Behavior and Dietary Self-efficacy for Healthy Food Choice among Primary School Students", Konuralp Medical Journal, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 319-326, Jun. 2021, doi:10.18521/ktd.869407