DETERMINATION OF ASSERTIVENESS AND LONELINESS STATUS OF STUDENTS AT ÖMER HALISDEMIR UNIVERSITY PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS TEACHING AND COACHING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Hüdaverdi Mamak

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The purpose of this study is to determine the assertiveness and loneliness status of Ömer Halisdemir University Physical Education and Sports Teacher Training and Coaching Education Department. 200 students participated in the research. The loneliness levels of the students were assessed using the 20-item "UCLA Loneliness Scale" (University of California Los Angeles Loneliness Scale) originally developed by Russel, Peplau and Ferguson in 1978 and adapted to Turkish by Demir (1989). The survey was adapted to Turkish by Demir (1998). In the reliability study of the scale, there was a correlation of .91 between the first form and the revised form in 1980. The internal consistency coefficient was .94. In the study for the reliability of the scale, Cronbach Alpha Coefficient was found 96, the test-retest method applied after five-week interval was found to have a correlation coefficient of .94. According to the results of the research, no significant difference was found between the genders of students and assertiveness and loneliness levels, no significant difference was found between the departments of the students and the levels of assertiveness and loneliness, but a significant difference was found between the ages of the students and the levels of assertiveness and loneliness.

 

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.1647

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