SOCIO-DEMOGRAFSKE KARAKTERISTIKE MLAĐIH ADOLESCENATA, KAO PREDIKTORI UČENIČKIH STAVOVA PREMA FIZIČKOM VASPITANJU

  • Stanislava D. Marić jurišin Filozofski fakultet
Кључне речи: socio-demografske karakteristike, fizička aktivnost, fizičko vaspitanje, stavovi, mlađi adolescenti

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Bavljenje dece fizičkom aktivnošću i njihov odnos prema fizičkom vaspitanju nalaze se u direktnoj sprezi sa njihovim stavovima. Mnogobrojna istraživanja su ukazala na značaj bavljenja fizičkom aktivnošću za adekvatan razvoj organizma, a samim tim i za usvajanje zdravih stilova života. Cilj ovog rada bio je da se ispitaju stavovi učenika od V do VIII razreda osnovne škole prema fizičkom vaspitanju, a zatim i da se utvrdi da li postoji značajna razlika u pozitivnom stavu prema fizičkom vaspitanju u odnosu na pol učenika, uzrast i bavljenje fizičkom aktivnošću tokom slobodnog vremena učenika. Uzorku su činile 102 devojčice i 97 dečaka (N=199), ranog adolescentskog uzrasta. Za merenje stavova učenika prema fizičkom vaspitanju primenjen je instrument SATPE. Drugi deo upitnika je konstruisan za potrebe ovog istraživanja i sadržao je pitanja o polu, uzrastu i bavljenju fizičkim aktivnostima u slobodnom vremenu. Dobijeni rezultati su pokazali: da učenici imaju umereno pozitivan stav prema fizičkom vaspitanju; da nema značajne razlike u stavovima učenika prema fizičkom vaspitanju u odnosu na njihov pol; da stariji učenici imaju negativniji stav prema fizičkom vaspitanju i da učenci koji se bave fizičkim aktivnostima u slobodno vreme imaju pozitivniji stav prema fizičkom vaspitanju.

 

Ključne reči: socio-demografske karakteristike, fizička aktivnost, fizičko vaspitanje, stavovi, mlađi adolescenti.

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