2019
DOI: 10.1177/1359105319887796
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Abstract: This study aimed to compare the adolescents’ body dissatisfaction with physical activity, teasing during physical activity and social support. Participants were 938 Brazilian adolescents aged 15–19 years. Study variables were investigated through questionnaires. There was no difference in body dissatisfaction among adolescents who practiced and did not practice physical activity, but among the former, those who had been teased had greater body dissatisfaction. Also, adolescents who had a relative or friend to … Show more

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“…While PA has been reported in the literature as associated with body satisfaction, results from our study showed no differences between adolescents with body image satisfaction or dissatisfaction, regarding the time spent in sports. In line with these findings, Gonzaga et al (11) reported no difference in body dissatisfaction among adolescents who practised and did not practise PA (11), while other studies have shown that physically active adolescents reported more dissatisfaction when compared to sedentary or low-activity participants (24,43). These variances in results might be explained by the different methods select to assess PA and body (dis)satisfaction.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
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“…While PA has been reported in the literature as associated with body satisfaction, results from our study showed no differences between adolescents with body image satisfaction or dissatisfaction, regarding the time spent in sports. In line with these findings, Gonzaga et al (11) reported no difference in body dissatisfaction among adolescents who practised and did not practise PA (11), while other studies have shown that physically active adolescents reported more dissatisfaction when compared to sedentary or low-activity participants (24,43). These variances in results might be explained by the different methods select to assess PA and body (dis)satisfaction.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…Dissatisfaction with body image is a common concern between both genders, peaking during early adolescence (10). Overall, several factors may contribute to body image dissatisfaction in individuals of different age groups, such as biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors (11). In addition, body image dissatisfaction is strongly related to poor nutritional and physical activity (PA) habits and with unsafe weight management practises in adolescents (12).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Prevalence values for mental health variables varied among studies: Loneliness 13 : 50.3%; body weight dissatisfaction 8 : 45.6%; insomnia 13 : 45.7%; conduct disorders 14 : 29.2%; stress 13 : 20.1%, social isolation 16 : 17.6%; inadequate psychological wellbeing 18 : 10.4%. Regarding Physical Activity 12,18 , there was variation in prevalence between 64.5% and 70.09%. In addition, indirect indicators that had average prevalence results were: body image 12,17 : 48.05%; teasing 12 : 72.9%.…”
Section: Characteristics Of Included Studiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This study included data collected from adolescents aged 14 to 19 In 2010, the schooling rate for 6 to 14-year-olds was 98.4% in Florianópolis and 97.5% in São José. Information on the number of adolescents and the school enrollment rate for 2020 is not available on the Institute's website.…”
Section: Study Design and Participantsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All projects involved representative samples of the investigated population. Information on the sample parameters for the 2007 and 2014 studies can be consulted in previously published studies 18,19 . The procedures adopted for the 2017/18 study were the same as those used in 2007 18 .…”
Section: Study Design and Participantsmentioning
confidence: 99%