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Socialinių veiksnių įtaka studentų gyvensenai
The Influence of Social Factors for Students' lifestyle

Author(s): Lina Viraliūnaitė, Sniegina Poteliūnienė
Subject(s): Education
Published by: Lietuvos edukologijos universitetas
Keywords: student‘s lifestyle; physical activeness; social environment.

Summary/Abstract: The aim of the work was to set the features of students’ lifestyle, social living surroundings and student’s physical activity, point of view of student’s to physical education and social-economical factors connection with student’s lifestyle. The paper employs theory sources analysis, questionnaire and statistical analysis methods. Questionnaire was fulfilling in October 2005. Unsigned questionnaire participate 371 sophomores and seniors from Vilnius Pedagogical University, Mykolo Romerio University and Vilnius University. The results of research: Finally we found out, that students’ lifestyle is influenced by such social factors as place of residence and social-economical condition: there’re more students who are working than non working and they sleep just 5 hours a day; 31,5% of students who are living together with their parents they have regular meal, while just 3,6% of students who are living in dormitory have normal nutrition. Every other working student eat ones or twice a day, while half of non working students eat 2–3 times a day; students who are living in a dormitory drink alcohol often and very often, more than students who are living together with their parents. Students who rent a flat with friends and live without owner drink alcohol more than other students. Students who live with owner in a flat or who live alone in dormitory, they smoke very seldom. Students who have regular exercises, they hardly ever drink alcohol; there is no connection between exercises regularity, periodicity and income level and living surroundings (parents flat, rent a flat, dormitory).

  • Issue Year: 2006
  • Issue No: 83
  • Page Range: 109-116
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Lithuanian