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여대생의 신체이미지, 의복관심도, 자기효능감에 대한 연구Analysis of Body Image, Clothing Interest and Self-efficacy in College Women

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Analysis of Body Image, Clothing Interest and Self-efficacy in College Women
Authors
오은주김주애
Issue Date
Dec-2023
Publisher
국제보건미용학회
Keywords
College Women; Body Image; Clothing Interest; Self-efficacy; 女大学生、身体形象、着装管理、自我效能感感
Citation
국제보건미용학회지, v.17, no.3, pp 186 - 196
Pages
11
Indexed
KCI
Journal Title
국제보건미용학회지
Volume
17
Number
3
Start Page
186
End Page
196
URI
https://scholarworks.gnu.ac.kr/handle/sw.gnu/69555
ISSN
2005-369X
Abstract
This study attempted to investigate body image, clothing interest and self-efficacy and examine how they are related to each other against college women. For this, a questionnaire survey was performed against a total of 192 female students from two colleges in ‘J’ City. The collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA and Pearson’s correlation coefficient, using SPSS/WIN 23.0, and the results found the followings: First, ‘body image’ was a mid-level with 2.85 points while ‘clothing interest’ was an upper-middle level with 3.06 points in clothing aesthetics, 2.88 points in clothing comfort, 3.28 points in clothing interest, 3.29 points in clothing management and 3.11 points in psychological dependence. In addition, ‘self-efficacy’ was an upper-middle level with 3.37 points. In terms of significant characteristics from the body image, the academic department and the body mass index (BMI) were found. In the clothing interest, ‘clothing aesthetics’ revealed a statistically significant difference in the academic department while ‘clothing comfort’ showed such significant difference in the number of friends and perceived health conditions. Furthermore, ‘clothing interest’ revealed a significant difference in the number of friends and perceived economic status while ‘clothing management’ showed such difference in the academic department and exercise frequency. In addition, ‘self-efficacy’ revealed such significant difference in the academic department, academic year, number of friends, health conditions and exercise frequency. Furthermore, a statistically significant correlation was observed between self-efficacy and the sub-factors of clothing interest (clothing aesthetics, clothing interest, clothing management, psychological dependence). It is anticipated that the study results would be available as basic data in developing an intervention program designed to help college women improve self-efficacy.
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