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Title: 健康科学系大学生のがん予防生活習慣と幸せ価値観との関連
Other Titles: A study on the relationship between cancer-specific lifestyle and value of happiness among students of health science course
Authors: 助友, 裕子
齊藤, 恭平
佐々木, 和美
Yako-Suketomo, Hiroko
Saito, Kyohei
Sasaki, Kazumi
スケトモ, ユウコ
サイトウ, キョウヘイ
ササキ, カズミ
日本女子体育大学(准教授)
東洋大学ライフデザイン学部(教授)
アサヒグループホールディングス株式会社お客様生活文化研究所(室長)
Keywords: student
cancer-specific primary prevention
lifestyle
value of happiness
questionnaire survey
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Abstract: Objective: The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between a cancer-specific lifestyle and the value of happiness among students of health science course. Methods: Questionnaire studies were performed for 154 sophomore and junior students (male: 76, female: 78) in a health science course of T University. Students were asked about gender, cancer-specific lifestyle, and value of happiness. Χ^2-test and Fisher's exact test were used to explore the association between each factor mentioned above. The factors associated with cancer-specific lifestyle were analyzed using multiple logistic regression analysis. Results: Regarding cancer-specific lifestyle,‘not smoking’was the highest both of male and female.Regarding value of happiness, difference was shown between males and females. Significantly higher values of happiness were found with ‘family mental health,’‘economical leeway’and ‘social stability and safety’for males and ‘a lot of money allowed spending at will (non-chosen),’‘a sense of fulfillment’and ‘devotion to hobby and leisure’for females. Multiple logistic regression analysis showed that ‘enriching of social environment’for males and ‘getting material advantage of relativity’and ‘life time to spare’for females were associated with cancer-specific lifestyle. Conclusion: Value of happiness associated with cancer-specific lifestyle was different between males and females among health science course students. These results suggest that supportive environment for health is needed to understand and to respect value of happiness among youth.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/696
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