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Title:Pogostost uporabe medijev, samoocenjeno zdravje in duševno zdravje med mladimi v Sloveniji
Authors:Nikolić, Nataša (Author)
Kirbiš, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis (m2)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Namen magistrske naloge je bil preučiti, ali obstaja povezanost med pogostostjo gledanja televizije in uporabe interneta ter samoocenjenim zdravjem in duševnim zdravjem pri mladih v Sloveniji. Najprej smo opredelili osnovne pojme množičnih medijev, televizije, interneta ter samoocenjenega zdravja in duševnega zdravja, nato pa predstavili nekaj teoretičnih pristopov pri preučevanju medijev. Podrobneje smo se osredotočili na predstavitev vloge, ki jo imajo mediji v življenju mladih. Zanimalo nas je tudi, kakšen je pomen zdravja za mlade in kašen je potencialni vpliv medijev na zdravje in duševno zdravje mladih. Posebno pozornost smo namenili preteklim raziskavam na temo povezanosti uporabe množičnih medijev in zdravja ter duševnega zdravja. Ugotovili smo, da večina raziskav nakazuje na povezanost med pogostejšim gledanjem televizije in uporabo interneta ter slabšim zdravstvenim stanjem in duševnim zdravjem pri posameznikih. Na podlagi preteklih raziskav smo oblikovali štiri hipoteze, ki smo jih testirali s sekundarno analizo podatkov, pridobljenih z nacionalno raziskavo Mladina 2013. Rezultati naših analiz kažejo, da je večja pogostost gledanja televizije statistično značilno povezana s slabšim samoocenjenim zdravjem, ne pa tudi s samoocenjenim duševnim zdravjem. Pogostost uporabe interneta ni statistično značilno povezana z nobeno samooceno zdravstvenega stanja. Ena izmed možnih razlag za to je, da komuniciranje s prijatelji ali z družinskimi člani preko interneta utegne pozitivno vplivati na posameznikovo duševno zdravje, internet pa lahko nudi tudi oddih od stresnega vsakdanjika in možnost anonimne komunikacije posameznikom, ki to želijo. V prihodnjih raziskavah bi bilo zanimivo preučiti, kakšen je odnos med različnimi nameni in oblikami uporabe interneta in zdravjem oz. duševnim zdravjem posameznikov.
Keywords:množični mediji, televizija, internet, samoocenjeno zdravje, samoocenjeno duševno zdravje, Mladina 2013
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[N. Nikolić]
Source:Maribor
UDC:316.772.5:613-053.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22806536 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:VA2VAJTG
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Language:English
Title:Frequency of media use, self-rated health and mental health among Slovenian youth
Abstract:The purpose of this master's thesis was to examine the association between the frequency of use of two different types of media (television and internet) and self-rated levels of health and mental health among Slovenian youth. First, we defined the basic concepts of mass media, television, internet, self-rated health and self-rated mental health. Next, we presented some theoretical approaches to the study of media and its correlates. We also focused in detail on the role played by the media in young people's lives and we were also interested in the importance of health for young people and the potential impact of the media on youth's health and mental health. We thus present a selective review of previous research on mass media use and its associations with young people's self-rated health and self-rated mental health. The majority of previous research indicates a correlation between the frequency of television viewing and internet use with poorer health and mental health outcomes. On the basis of a literature review four hypotheses were formed and tested using secondary data analysis of the Slovenian Youth 2013 survey. The results of our analysis show that frequency of television viewing was statistically significantly positively associated with poorer self-rated health, while it was not associated with self-rated mental health. The frequency of internet use was not significantly correlated with any of self-rated health outcomes. One of the possible explanations for these inconsistent results might be that communication with friends or family via internet might have a positive impact on some aspect of young people’s mental health, and that internet might also provide a break from the stress of everyday life. In future research, it would be interesting to explore the associations between different uses of the internet and youth’s self-rated levels of health and mental health.
Keywords:mass media, television, internet, self-rated health, self-rated mental health, Youth 2013 Study


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