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Title: 從身體互動看青少女關係變化:以女高中生動勢身體意象團體為例
Relational Change of Adolescent Girls through Interaction: An Example of Dongshi Body Image Group in High School
Authors: 林筱雯
Lin, Hsiao-Wen
Contributors: 李宗芹
Lee, Tsung-Chin
Lin, Hsiao-Wen
Keywords: 身體意象
Body image
High school girls
Dongshi group
Body rhythm
Date: 2018
Issue Date: 2019-01-23 16:23:29 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討身體韻律對女高中生身體意象與身體表現之影響與變化。研究者嘗試透過動勢身體意象團體中的身體韻律,包括個體身體韻律、人際互動韻律、外在互動之韻律,用以探究其對女高中生身體意象之影響。
The purpose of this study is to investigate how body rhythm influences and changes body image and body performance among high school girls.
Researchers attempt to discuss influence of body rhythm among high school girls thorough investigate body rhythm in the Dongshi body image group which includes individual body rhythm, interpersonal rhythm, and external interaction rhythm.
This study investigates 20 sophomore year female students who participate in the Dongshi body image group in Taiwan senior high school. These students are considered as a case study group when conducting this research. Researchers then collect relevant information through group image analysis, group historical records, focus group, and individual interviews to understand how high school girls use body as a medium to construct their personal body image, and how their body image changes in real life.
The main result of this study were as follows:
1. The rhythmic performance of high school girls during body interaction: Body rhythm which appears during interaction between students gradually internalize into individual, thus resulting unique body rhythm.
2. Influence of body rhythm on high school girls’ body image: Body rhythm mainly develop from experience with social regulation and Dongshi body image groups, affect high school girls’ body image through body interaction and communication.
3. The performance and changes of high school girls in "Dongshi body image group": Students present generosity of body and self-confidence after involving in Dongshi body image group.
Based on above results, the researchers provided suggestions for related institutions and future researcher for reference.
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