韓國食生活文化學會誌 제34권 제3호 (p.284-295)

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중학생의 외식 실태에 대한 연구 - 2016년 청소년 식품소비행태조사 -

Study on the Eating Out Behavior of Middle School Students
키워드 :
Eating out,behavior,middle school students

목차

Abstract
I. 서 론
II. 연구대상 및 방법
  1. 조사대상 및 자료 수집
  2. 조사 도구
  3. 자료 분석 방법
III. 결과 및 고찰
  1. 조사 대상자의 특성
  2. 중학생의 식생활 변인
  3. 중학생의 외식 실태
  4. 중학생의 성별에 따른 외식 실태
  5. 중학생의 1인당 1회 평균 외식비용에 따른 외식 실태
  6. 중학생의 1인당 월 평균 외식비용에 따른 외식 실태
  7. 중학생의 아침식사 빈도에 따른 외식 실태
  8. 중학생의 식생활 정보원에 따른 외식 실태
IV. 요약 및 결론
References

초록

This study examined the actual condition of middle school students’ dining out based on the data of the 2016 youth food behavior inquiry data of the Korea Rural Economic Institute. The eating out behavior of 278 middle school students’ according to gender, average eating-out cost per person, average monthly eating out cost per person, weekly frequency of breakfast, and dietary information source were calculated into a chi-square value by cross analysis. The main results of this study are as follows. First, in middle school students’ eating-out status, most students answered ‘eating out’, and the highest frequency of eating out was 1~3 times a week. The reason for eating out was ‘to enjoy delicious food’, and ‘costly price’ was the most common reason for not eating out. Food taste was the most common standard for selecting eating out, and a restaurant was the most common place to eat out. The main restaurant was the ‘snack bar (kimbap specialized store)’. Second, there was no significant difference in all items of eating-out status according to the gender. A significant difference in eating out frequency was observed according to average eating-out cost per once (p< .001), standard for selecting eating out (p< .001), main eating out places (p< .001), and main restaurants (p< .01). There was a significant difference in the frequency of eating out (p< .001) in the eating-out status according to average eating out cost per month. Third, the eatingout status according to the breakfast frequency of middle school students had a significant difference in the reason for eating out (p< .001). The eating-out status according to the dietary information source of middle school students had a significant difference in eating out or not (p< .05) and the frequency of eating out (p< .05). These results highlight the importance of school diet education so that middle school students can achieve healthy eating habits and plan to increase their interest and utilization of school dietary education.