Comenius Project 2009-2010 IES Cardenal López de Mendoza. Burgos (Spain ) Students: 4th Year ESO Participant teachers 1- Mª Concepción López Pérez 2- Mª Gloria García de las Heras 3- Nieves González Martínez Coordinator teacher Domiciana Tapia Gallardo Special collaboration Kayla Christensen Enrique Pascual Pérez
Elías Barbero Francisco Escribano Marina Beato Diego Barrio Jon Páramo María Díaz COMENIUS Andrea Gil Berta Merino Marina de la Rocha Arturo Merino Patricia Rodríguez Marina Adrián Marina Eguiluz Jimena Varona Adrián Baños Raquel Calvo Alicia Redondo Jimena Bermejo Profesoras:- Domy Tapia - Kayla Christensen Alba Varona Natalia Bárcena Beatriz Rodríguez
11. DO YOU THINK THE MEDIA’S RAPRESENTATIONS OF MALE/FEMALE ARE A HEALTHY IMAGE TO FOLLOW?
12. AFTER READING A MAGAZINE OR WATCHING A PROGRAM FULL OF BEAUTIFUL MODELS, HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF?
13. DO YOU THINK THAT THE MEDIA’S REPRESENTATION OF TEENAGERS ENCOURAGES YOUNG PEOPLE TO HAVE A POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM?
The 34% of the boys and the 30% of the girls are more worried about their face and the girls are a bit more worried about their body 70% than boys 66%. A 62% of the interviewed are happy with their appearance against a 38% who aren't happy with their bodies. • Around 87.5% of pupils have never felt discriminated, but the 12.5% have suffered it. • 86% of boys and 81% of girls have not gone on a diet, the percentage of the girls who have gone on a diet is higher than the percentage of the boys. • There are 23 pupils who have gone on a diet; the 40% are boys and the 60% girls. The teenagers that have gone to the doctor are 30% (17% girls and 13% boys) against 70% of teenagers who went on a diet were advised by a friend, by the media or by themselves. • A 67% of the boys and a 28% of the who have gone on a diet are happy with the results.
67% of the boys and only the 45% of the girls are going to go on with the diet. • Around a 44% of the interviewed pay attention to the opposite sex, a 49% to the personality and only a 7% to the slimness. • Nearly a 33% of the interviewed want to resemble someone of their family and a 26% to an actor. The option less chosen among the girls is an intellectual (17%) and among the boys is a model(17%). • A 68% of interviewed students think that the media's representation isn't a healthy image to follow but a 32% think otherwise. • When the teenagers watching a program of models a 60% of them feel indifferent, a 29% feel good and a 11% feel frustrated. • Near an 80% of the students think that media's representations of teenagers don't help young people to have a positive self-esteem against a 20% who say “yes”. • A 14% of boys and girls think that happiness depends on the physical appearance, the 35% think that it is a bit important and a 50% think that it doesn't influence on be happy.