Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2016
Идентификатор DOI: 10.7752/jpes.2016.04181
Ключевые слова: Audio habit, Female students, Male students, Multimedia means, Students
Аннотация: The major purpose of this study was to determine the influence of a teaching and educational process that uses multimedia on the efficiency of counteraction and prevention of harmful audio habit development among students. The participants were students who were in their1st to 3rd years of study and who were trained in “Physical EdПоказать полностьюucation” lessons that were aimed at basic health. In total, 952 male students and 523 female students in the1stto 3rd years of study took part in the study. We determined that students spend an average of more than two hours a day engaged in audio habits. The percentage of male students who spent time engaged in listening to audio for more than four hours a day was more than the percentage of female students. After three years of training, the percentage of young students who were wasting more than two hours a day on audio habits decreased. For more than 30% of students, the danger of audio-addiction is high because they are accustomed to audio habits at the end of the academic year. At the end of three years of studying, the prevalence of audio habits among students exceeds 90%. However, after three years of training, the percentage of students of both sexes that spent more than four hours a day on audio habits tended to decrease. The percentage of male students that had a strong audio habit during training decreased. Among male students, the habit increased after three years of training. During training, the audio habit force grew among students. The percentage of those whose habits increased during training was2-3 times higher than those whose habits decreased. For the male students in the 3rd year of study who had audio habits, the percentage of those who obtained audio habits was higher than those who were exempt from the habit. Audio habits are generally widespread among students. Students of both sexes waste time on it, and this large amount of time is dangerous to their health. The audio habit is more dangerous to male students than to female students. The danger of an audio habit developing into an addiction is high for more than 30% of students of both sexes who have an audio habit. The teaching and educational process is insufficient in its ability to reduce the amount of time wasted by students on audio habits, including the prevalence and force. In the case of “Physical Education” implementation, it is necessary to use new technologies that are aimed at decreasing the danger of audio-addiction emergence among students. © JPES.
Журнал: Journal of Physical Education and Sport
Выпуск журнала: Vol. 16, Is. 4
Номера страниц: 1128-1136