Body Image Perception as a Predictor of Self-Esteem among High School Adolescent Students: A Study in Ghion Secondary School, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

The main target of this research article was to know whether body image perception predicts self-esteem of high school adolescent students. To realize this linear regression analysis was computed. Apart from this, the article tried to assess the status of adolescent’s body image perception and self-esteem via one samples t-test. Finally, the study identified sex differences among adolescent male and female students regarding body image perception and self-esteem by employing independent samples t-test. Participants of the study were 94 (male= 47 and female= 47) selected through stratified simple random sampling technique. According to results of the study, adolescent students had higher level of body image perception and self- esteem. On the other hand, finding of the study indicated that body image perception predicted self-esteem of adolescent students. Regarding sex disparity on body image perception and self-esteem among male and female adolescent students, there was no significant distinction between the two sex groups.


Wossen Getahun Abera

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