Comparison of the Social Self Efficacy Results of 9-13 Age Groups Individuals Who Do Sports And Don’t Do (Bursa Sample)


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Öztürk F., Şahin Ş.

) Elementary Education Online, vol.6, no.3, pp.468-479, 2007 (Refereed Journals of Other Institutions)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 6 Issue: 3
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Title of Journal : ) Elementary Education Online
  • Page Numbers: pp.468-479

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to compare the social self-efficacy results, according to many variables, among the groups that consist of students between the ages of 9 to 13 who do individual sports, team sports or don’t do any sports at all in Bursa. 143 students that go to sports schools of different sports clubs and 82 students that don’t do any sports in the age group of 9-13 volunteered to this research. Number of students doing individual sports (athletics, badminton, table-tennis) are 72 and the number of students that do team sports (basketball, volleyball) are 71. Data collection was performed by using the personal information form designed by the researchers and Social Self-Efficacy Expectation Inventory for the age group of 9-13 designed by Bilgin (1997). The collected data were analyzed by the SPSS “13.0” statistical analysis software. In conclusion, in our study, the Social Self-Efficacy Expectation results of subjects that do team sports and don’t do any sports were found to be significantly different and among the group that do team sports, the Social Self-Efficacy Expectation results of the females were found to be higher than the results of the males. Also as a strong negative relationship was determined between age and Social Self-Efficacy Expectation results of the subjects that don’t do sports, a strong positive relationship was determined between the training age and Social Self-Efficacy Expectation results that do sports.