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Nutritional habits, self-concept and eating disorders in active sports girls
This thesis focuses on the investigation of nutritional habits and self-concept in active sporting girls. The theoretical part deals with nutrition, the theory of specific nutritional needs in sportsgirls and describes selected factors that influence the perception of their own body by these girls. These factors include nutritional habits, family background, girls' social media activity, and self-bodyimage. This thesis aims to determine the potential occurrence of eating disorders in relation to the mentioned factors. The practical part is designed as a quantitative survey study.
Poruchy příjmu potravy a stravovací návyky u žáků SŠ
Zapalová, Markéta
Bachelor's thesis dealing with eating habits, nutrition and any subsequent problems that may arise from bad eating habits. It is primarily focused on eating disorders. The work is focused on high school students, i.e. on adolescents. The first chapter deals with the definition of eating habits, health and nutrition. The second chapter deals with the eating habits of adolescents and shows how the ideal diet of secondary school students should look and how it differs from the actual eating habits of students. The third chapter defines eating disorders and what disorders can be included in this category.
The influence of social media on eating disorders in today's youth generation
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to investigate how social media may influence the development of eating disorders in today's youth. The thesis is theoretical and practical. The theoretical part deals with the group that is the focus of the thesis, namely young adults. Also, the theoretical part includes the definition of concepts such as social media, eating disorders and, last but not least, their possible interrelation, or the influence of social media on these disorders. The practical part describes the research, which took the form of semi-structured interviews. The aim of the practical part was to describe the influence of social media on the emergence and development of eating disorders in women aged 20 to 25 years.
Eating disorders in boys nad young men
Zámečník, Jakub ; Hrachovinová, Tamara (advisor) ; Šivicová, Gabriela (referee)
The aim of this work is to summarize current knowledge of eating disorders in men. The theoretical part is trying to describe the key areas in which eating disorders differ between the sexes. Among the large number of small differences we can see also some major differences, especially radically different concept of the male ideal body image that causes most of the other differences. Therefore, the work paid attention to muscle dysmorphia, which occupies an important place on this issue. Although it is a multidisciplinary topic, thesis tries to target the areas related to psychology. The practical part is the research proposal, which aims to map a number of symptoms of eating disorders and muscle dysmorphia, body dissatisfaction and frequency of risk behaviors among college Czech non-clinical populations of men. It also seeks to describe some other relationships among these variables. Key words Eating disorders, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, muscle dysmorphia, men, sociocultural pressure, body dissatisfaction
Eating Disorders from a gender perspective: disease, or part of life?
Kaválková, Kristýna ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Ezzeddine, Petra (referee)
Eating Disorders from a gender perspective: disease, or part of life? Bc. Kristýna Kaválková ABSTRACT This dissertation deals with a problem of "eating disorders", which are defined in medical literature, media and magazines as psychological disease, which relates to pathological way of dealing with food, body and himself/herself. It shows that that this area is not neutral from the gender point of view; eating disorders are usually women's matter. Based on semi-structured interviews within the framework of qualitative research, this work analyses opinions of women, who have experience with this, especially their experience of their physicality and daily life. It is also focused on how women perceive the presentation of eating disorders, which concerns them, in media, medical publications and society and how they interpret their status as those who are recovering from this illness. Women's testimonies point at the fact that their surroundings look at them as persons defined through their illness, as persons, who are exclusively connected with pathology and stigma. This view of surroundings, media and specialists, however, omit the diversity of human identities. It shows that women alone can interpret their experiences in different way. They perceive their eating disorder in the context of dominant discourse...
Psychological Aspects of Obesity
Mašková, Eva ; Kebza, Vladimír (referee) ; Šivicová, Gabriela (referee)
The aim of this thesis "Psychological Aspects of Obesity" is to summarize psychological findings of causes and consequences of obesity, the most common health problem in the world. This thesis extends the topic of the diploma thesis entitled "The Psychological problems of Obesity." The theoretical part deals with many key issues of obesity, from definition through the epidemiology, etiology and obesity prevention and treatment. However the main topics of this thesis are the psychological characteristics associated with obesity. It includes personality factors of obese people, willpower and self- control and specific psychopathology. The research part of this thesis is mapping the occurrence of a specific psychopathological phenomena focusing on the emotional eating disorder, night eating syndrome, binge eating and symptoms of eating disorder. A total of 80 participants who were diagnosed with obesity, combined I. - III. class, attended educational- recondition stay organised by Third Internal Clinic of The General University Hospital in Prague and University Physical Educational Unity. Applied methods were "Eating Behavior and Emotionality Questionnaire" (JICHEM), "The Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire 6.0" (EDE - Q) and "The Night Eating Questionnaire" (NEQ). The data of quantitative...
Body image in the eyes of influencers of Instagram who experienced eating disorder
Vobořilová, Tereza ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Soukup, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis titled: ,,Concept of one's body in influencers with experience with an eating disorder on Instagram'' is about influencers who present themselves on social networking site Instagram and have experienced an eating disorder. The aim of the work is to find out how influencers, who have been through an eating disorder, are perceived and whether the eating disorder translates into how they present themselves on the social networking site Instagram. For this, 6 influencers meeting the above criteria were approached. For a deeper insight into the topic, an image analysis of the profiles of individual influencers has been chosen, following semi-structured interviews with each of them. After data collection, the data was analyzed using thematic analysis. The thesis aims to find out if influencers have had a change after going through an eating disorder and whether the content they share on their profiles has changed. To do this, topics such as the emergence of an eating disorder, content shared during eating disorders, but also changing the content and perception of one's body today have been explored.
Specifics of Ballet Environment as Potentially Risk Factors for the Development of Eating Disorders: Qualitative Analysis
Šimčáková, Markéta ; Vanek, Marián (advisor) ; Taušová, Jitka (referee)
Ballet is a risk environment for the development of eating disorders. At the same time there are specific risk factors that occur only in this environment. For these factors, a statistically significant relationship with risky eating behaviour has been proven. For the vast majority of ballet dancers, these factors induce dissatisfaction with the body. The aim of this study was to expand knowledge about these factors, with an emphasis on how they may affect ballet dancers and how ballet dancers may perceive, experience and respond to these factors. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews and two questionnaires and processed by thematic analysis method. The result is a description and interpretation of the 14 factors through the experience of ballet dancers, a hierarchical categorization of specific risk factors according to how they affect ballet dancers and a thematic map integrating the emerging topics at a higher level of abstraction. Based on the data analysis, the parent "superfactor" Ballet Ideal was identified, giving meaning to all other factors. Ballet dancers who do not fulfill the Ballet Ideal may be more vulnerable and prone to developing eating disorders. The impact of the risk factor on ballet dancers who do fulfill this ideal may be greatly diminished or eliminated....
Mechanisms of the controlled food consumption within the eating disorders and their use in addictology: qualitative study
Česalová, Michaela ; Vacek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Rychlá, Kateřina (referee)
Background: One of the great recent topics in addiction medicine is controlled use. Despite not having a clear definition, the term is universally associated with addictive substances. However, its use can also be found in eating disorders. Individuals who are trying to recover from eating disorders must eat in a controlled manner. Unlike addictive substances, this is not a choice, as food is essential to life and abstaining from food is not an option, like abstaining from an addictive substance. I find this connection very interesting and therefore I would like to deal with the mechanisms of controlled eating and its comparison in addictology in my bachelor thesis. Aim: The core of the research is to map the mechanisms by which people with eating disorders engage in controlled eating. In this thesis, I am looking for mechanisms in two types of eating disorders, bulimia and binge eating. The second aim is then to compare these mechanisms with controlled eating. For my thesis I have chosen controlled alcohol use. The third aim is to compare how these mechanisms also coincide with addiction treatment in addiction medicine. Methods: The data collection will be done through a semi-structured interview, the interview will have a prepared set of questions, but also leave room for new questions as the...

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