Gender specificity of self-preserving behavior of student youth
Authors: Cherepanova M., Fokina A., Saryglar S.
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Results of a research of a problem of the samosokhranitelny behaviour of the youth of Altai Krai in the context of its gender aspect are provided.
The subject of work was the model the sotsiyetalnykh of factors of inter-conditionality of a healthy lifestyle of youth. The purpose consisted in a research of behavioural, social, environmental, gender characteristics of forming of the positive and negative strategy of self–preservation. The methodology of work is based on a concept, the essence of which is that everyday practices of preserving one’s health are increasingly conditioned by socio–cultural, pedagogical, style features of the socialisation of young people. Methods of work include a sociological poll, the frequency, two–dimensional, factorial analysis with use of the SPSS 17.0 program.
It is proved that creation of the environment promoting assimilation, forming and finally, interiorization of an effective strategy of samosokhranitelny behaviour, shall promote forming of the system of installations on preserving health at the cognitive, emotional and behavioural level. At the same time to the immediate social environment, the crucial role is given. Besides, the information and sociocultural environment of an educational institution of the higher education is called and can create motivation at students to a positive image of life, the attitude towards own health and life connected with responsible.
The main conclusions of a research are that there are gender specifics in ascertaining of the importance of health, the level of responsibility for it, the factors determining the relation to self–preservation that in general is shown in urgent tendencies quality of activity, the incidence of youth. The self–preservation strategy of girls of student’s age, it is possible to carry in general to health saving, young men students, realise the strategy adjoining on risk for health rather.