Drama Through Times Essay

2375 words - 10 pages

KABANATA IANG SULIRANIN AT KALIGIRAN NITO1. INTRODUKSYONDi maitatanggi na ang sobrang katabaan o obesity ng isang tao ay nangyayari sa pamamagitan ng sobrang pagkain. Ang labis na katabaan ay di maipagkakaila na problema ng ito ng ilang indibidwal, maaari rin itong maklasipika bilang sakit ng ulo sa iba ngunit saya ang dulot sa mga taong mahilig sa gawaing tinatawag na "pagkain". Marami sa mga tao ngayon di alintana ang possiblilidad na pagkakaroon ng mga kumplekasyon na madudulot ng sobrang pagkain.2. LAYUNIN NG PAG-AARALAng pamanahong papel na ito ay naglalayong tuklasin ang mga epekto ng labis na katabaan ng isang tao na dulot ng sobrang pagkain. Ito rin ay naglalayong masagot ang mga sumusunod ng katanungan:Anu ano ba ang mga dahilan ng labis na pagkain ng isang tao?Mabuti ba o masama ang labis na pagkain sa isang tao?Sa anong aspeto (pisikal, sikolohikal, sosyal, at emosyonal) nakakaapekto ang labis na katabaan ng isang tao?Anu-anu ba ang mga partikular na epekto ng labis na katabaan sa isang tao?Ano ang mga kahalagahan ng "healthy diet" at ehersisyo?3. KAHALAGAHAN NG PAG-AARALNaniniwala ang mga mananaliksik na ang nasabing pamanahong papel ay napakahalaga sa isang indibidwal Sapagkat sa tulong ng pananaliksik na ito ay, maari ng maliwanagan kung anu - ano ang sanhi kung bakit ang isang indibidwal ay nawiwili sa labis na pagkain na bunga upang makaranas ng sobrang katabaan sa katawan.Ang pananaliksik na ito ay sumasalamin sa mga datos na buhat mula sa realidad, at maraming mambabasa ang makaka intindi ng paksa sapagkat ito ay napapanahon.4. SAKLAW AT LIMISTASYON NG PAG-AARALAng pananaliksik ng ito ay nakatuon lamang sa mga datos na makakalap sa mga mag aaral sa kursong AB Multimedia Arts hingil sa mga epekto at "factor" ng labis na katabaan sa isang indibidwal.Nililimitahan lamang ang mga datos at impormasyong ukol sa paksang tinatalakay na makukuha sa bawat tanong na kinakailangan ng kasagutan sa mga mag-aaral ng unang taon sa kursong Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts ng Lyceum of the Philippines University - Cavite Campus .5. DEPINISYON NG MGA TERMINOLOHIYAUpang mas maunawaan ng mambabasa ang nasabing pamanahong papel, naglathala ang mga mananaliksik ng talaan ng depinisyon sa bawat terminolohiya ukol sa kung paano ginamit ang mga hiram na salita sa pamanahong papel.Obese - Sobrang katabaanGluttony - isa sa pitong mortal ng kasalanan, pagiging masiba o matakaw sa pagkainLifestyle - tawag sa uri ng pamumuhay ng ginagawalan moDiet - uri ng pagkain kung saan kaunting porsyon lamang ang iyong kakainin upang mapanatili ang iyong pinangangalagaang katawanFast food chain - mga kainan na nagpoprodus ng pagkain sa mabilis na orasCarbonated drinks - mga inuming may halong kemikal ng gaya ng Cocal Cola.Cholesterol - tinuturong dahilan nagpakakaroon ng sakit ng isang matabang tao.KABANATA IIMGA KAUGNAY NA PAG-AARAL SA LITERATURAAng katabaan o labis na katabaan ay isang kalagayan o katayuang medikal ng pagiging napakabigat o masyadong mataba kapag...

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