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Maselli, Marco (2019) Progettazione e valutazione di un percorso educativo personalizzato per la promozione dell'attivita'  fisica tra gli studenti universitari. [Ph.D. thesis]

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La pratica di un adeguato livello di attivita' fisica rappresenta un comportamento molto importante per il mantenimento ed il miglioramento della salute della persone. Anche per questo motivo, l’educazione fisica e’ presente nei curricula scolastici da livello globale, con lo scopo di aiutare i giovani a valorizzare l’importanza di uno stile di vita attivo.
Ciononostante, nel passaggio dalla scuola all’universita’ si registra un calo nei livelli di attivita’ fisica praticata. A questo fenomeno, si va a sommare la presenza di giovani che presentano profili di inattivita’ gia’ durante il periodo scolastico, e che sono maggiormente a rischio di sedentarieta’ anche durante gli anni universitari.
Puo’ risultare quindi utile, al fine del miglioramento della salute e del benessere degli studenti universitari, implementare degli interventi di promozione dell’attivita’ fisica.
La presente tesi descrive un percorso di progettazione e di valutazione di un programma educativo per promuovere tra gli studenti universitari l'adozione e il mantenimento di uno stile di vita attivo. Il fine e’ quello di poter fornire un valido progetto per la creazione di un servizio di promozione dell’attivita’ fisica offerto dall’universita’ agli studenti.
La tesi si compone di tre parti principali, correlate tra loro, ma che costituiscono anche ricerche in parte indipendenti:
1) Una revisione sistematica della letteratura riguardante i trial controllati che hanno valutato degli interventi di promozione del’attivita’ fisica tra gli studenti universitari. In questa parte della tesi verra’ analizzata criticamente la letteratura del settore, alla ricerca di strategie progettuali ed operative che abbiano dimostrato di riuscire a promuovere l’attivita’ fisica tra gli studenti universitari.
2) Un sondaggio esplorativo tra gli studenti dell'Universita’ di Padova. Il sondaggio e’ stato effettuato per indagare il fenomeno dell’inattività fisica tra gli studenti dell’Universita’ di Padova, ed analizzare le principali barriere percepite dagli studenti nei confronti dell’attivita’ fisica.
3) La progettazione e la valutazione, tramite uno studio pilota, di un percorso educativo personalizzato per la promozione dell’attivita’ fisica tra gli studenti universitari. La progettazione del percorso educativo e’ preceduta da una presentazione del quadro teorico - antropologico e pedagogico - di riferimento.

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Taking part in an adequate level of physical activity represents a very important behaviour for the maintaining and the improvement of people's health. For this reason, among others, physical education is present in schools curricula worldwide, with the aim to help young people to value the importance of an active lifestyle.
Nevertheless, in the transition from high school to university, a decrease in physical activity has been often been observed. Moreover, there are young people that are physically inactive during high school, and these are more at risk for a sedentary behaviour during the university years.
It can be useful, for the end of improving the health and the wellbeing of university students, to implement interventions for the promotion of physical activity.
The present dissertation describes the planning and the evaluation of an educational program to promote the adoption and the maintaining of a physically active lifestyle among university students. The aim is to provide a project for the creation of a service for the promotion of physical activity offered by the university to the students.
The dissertation is composed by three main parts, related one each other, but that also represent partly independents researches:
1) A systematic review of the literature regarding controlled trials of interventions aimed at promoting physical activity among university students. In this part of the dissertation, the literature will be critically analysed, to search for strategies that have proved to be effective in promoting physical activity among university students.
2) An explorative survey among the students of the University of Padua. The survey has been carried out to investigate the phenomenon of physical inactivity among the students of the University of Padua, and to analyse the main perceived barriers to physical activity.
3) The planning and e valuation, by means of a pilot study, of a personalised educational intervention for the promotion of physical activity among university students. The planning of the intervention is preceded by the exposition of the anthropological and the pedagogical theoretical frameworks adopted.

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EPrint type:Ph.D. thesis
Tutor:Carraro, Attilio
Ph.D. course:Ciclo 31 > Corsi 31 > SCIENZE PEDAGOGICHE, DELL'EDUCAZIONE E DELLA FORMAZIONE
Data di deposito della tesi:13 May 2019
Anno di Pubblicazione:30 November 2019
Key Words:Attivita'  fisica Universita' Studenti universitari College Educazione alla salute Stile di vita attivo Esercizio fisico Counseling Tutoring Coaching
Settori scientifico-disciplinari MIUR:Area 11 - Scienze storiche, filosofiche, pedagogiche e psicologiche > M-PED/04 Pedagogia sperimentale
Struttura di riferimento:Dipartimenti > Dipartimento di Filosofia, Sociologia, Pedagogia e Psicologia Applicata
Codice ID:11916
Depositato il:08 Nov 2019 09:17
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