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International Journal of Recreation and Sports Science
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ISSN (Online) 2618-5717
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  • Opinions of Physical Education Teachers on National and Cultural Values
           Gained Through Physical Education and Sports Activities

    • Authors: Özer YILDIZ; Ahmet DEVECİ, Mehtap YILDIZ
      Abstract: The aim of this research is to examine the opinions of physical education teachers regarding national and cultural values gained through physical education and sports activities. In the research, the interview method was used from qualitative research patterns. The research group consists of 19 physical education teachers (12 Males and 7 Women) selected according to the easily accessible sampling method from purposeful sampling methods, which is one of the improbable sampling strategies working at the middle and high school level in Gaziantep province in the 2019-2020 Academic Year. The research data were collected through a semi-structured interview form developed by the researcher. In the research, the data were evaluated by content analysis method. According to the results of the study it has been determined that physical education teachers think that physical education and sports activities have positive effects in the development of students in terms of national and cultural values, but have various criticisms and suggestions for the implementation of such activities.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • The Relationships Between Leisure Satisfaction, Job Performance, and Life
           Satisfaction: A Sample of Private Sector Employees in Turkey

    • Authors: Emrah SERDAR; Mehmet DEMİREL, Cihan AYHAN
      Abstract: This study aimed to describe the relationships between leisure satisfaction, job performance, and life satisfaction among private-sector employees. The study sample consisted of 347 employees, 158 males, and 189 females, working in a private company in Istanbul. The participants were selected using a purposeful sampling method. The data collection tools included the “Leisure Satisfaction Scale”; the "Job Performance Scale", and "Life Satisfaction Scale". The data were analyzed using independent t-test, ANOVA, MANOVA, and Pearson Correlation analysis. The analysis results showed no significant difference between the Life-SS and Leisure-SS scores by gender, but there was a difference in the JPS scores. No significant difference was measured in any scales by marital status. There was a significant statistically meaningful difference between the Life-SS and JPS scores by working types, but no difference in the Leisure-SS scores. There was a difference between the Life-SS and JPS scores; the difference in the Leisure-SS scores was not significant. There was a positive and low-level relationship between JPS and Life-SS. Similarly, a positive and low-level relationship was found between the "Psychological," "Educational" and "Social" sub-dimensions of Leisure-SS and Life-SS. However, there was no relationship between the sub-dimensions of JPS and Leisure-SS. In conclusion, there were meaningful differences in all scale scores by specific socio-demographic characteristics; there was a positive correlation between the "Psychological," "Educational" and "Social" sub-dimensions of Leisure-SS and the Life-SS, and that there was no relationship between Leisure-SS, Life-SS, and JPS. As a result, it can be said that as individuals' job performance and leisure time satisfaction increase, their life satisfaction also increases.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Motivation to Participate in Exercise in Regular Recreational Exercise

    • Authors: Tebessüm AYYILDIZ DURHAN; Ali Selman ÖZDEMİR, Suat KARAKÜÇÜK
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine the levels of motivation of individuals participating in regular recreational exercise to exercise and to examine the direction of certain variables. While the study group of the research was composed of 370 university students, the criterion sampling method was used as the sampling method. In the research, Mullen et al. (Exercise Behavioral Regulation Scale-2”, which was developed by Ersöz (2011), which was developed by Markland and Tobin (2004) and was renamed“ Behavioral Regulation Scale in Exercise Scale-2 ”. In the analysis of the data, descriptive statistics, independent sample t test, one-way analysis of variance ANOVA test and post hoc tests were used for intra-group comparisons. When the total behavioral regulation scores were examined, the participants who showed the mean scores (34,11 ± 9,58) received the highest score in the internal regulation sub-dimension (19,83 ± 6,27), while they showed below average scores in the motivation dimension (3,23 ± 3, 74). As a result of the research, it can be said that regular recreational exercise and certain variables change behavioral regulation in exercise.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Instagram Posts Of Turkish Olympic Athlete In The Covid-19 Pandemic

    • Authors: İrem KAVASOĞLU; Abdullah KAPLAN, Fatih YENEL
      Abstract: This research aims to analyze Instagram posts of Olympic athletes during the Covid-19 pandemic period. Research four men and four women a total of eight Olympic athletes have begun to examine the Instagram account on the day of the proclamation of the first pandemic cases in Turkey. This review covered the dates from March 18 to June 26. The data of the research are 132 photos and captions. Photos were analyzed by quantitative content analysis and photo captions were analyzed by qualitative content analysis. Quantitative findings of the study show that both male and female athletes shared the most sports life (58.3%) in the pandemic process. The photo of athletes about Covid-19 is 9.1% and all of these photos are the shares of male athletes. The qualitative findings of the research were collected under three themes. These are: Being a role to society in the Covid-19 process, dedicated athlete for postponed Olympics, sports life in quarantine days. Results revealed that both female and male athletes are role models for the society in the pandemic process via Instagram posts.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Examination of the Effective Factors on the Performances of the
           Recreational Trap Shooters: An Amateur Competition Sample in

    • Authors: Şeniz KARAGÖZ; Sinan SARAÇLI, Halime DİNÇ, Berkalp TUNCA
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effective factors on the performances of recreational trap shooters. With this purpose the data set including demographic and shooting features/styles of amateur trap shooters is obtained via a questionnaire. As the rule of the competition, performances of shooters are measured over ten shots and the performance results are obtained from the arbitrator reports at the end of the competition. To determine the effects of the demographic and shooting styles on the performances of competitors Chi-Square Based multivariable statistical analysis CHAID analysis is used. Related with the results of CHAID analysis, to determine the relations among the most effective variables, we applied Multiple Correspondence Analysis. The results of the statistical analysis indicate that, the most important variable on the performances of trap shooters is the alcohol usage of the trap shooters among others (experience, height and etc.), and trap shooters whose performances are categorized as high are those who use alcohol, has less than 7+ years experience, using both of eyes and left hand.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Sport as a Tool for International Relations: Case Study of Ugandan Sport

    • Authors: Hamza KAHWA; Dimitris GARGALİANOS, Georgıa YFANTİDOU
      Abstract: While Uganda’s participation in sports at international level is growing, the country’s relation with other countries is not improving accordingly). The purpose of this study was to investigate whether Uganda sport leaders believe that sport could be used as a tool for the development of international relations of the country. Purposive sampling was used to identify elected and paid sport leaders at all levels in sport organizations in Uganda and invite them to participate in the study. The semi-structured interview method was employed. The results revealed that Ugandan sport leaders believe that sports: a) play a key role in promoting relations with other countries, b) contribute in creating opportunities for Ugandans to conduct businesses with other countries, c) increase the awareness about the country and d) attract tourists, improving the country’s foreign exchange.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Main Qualifications Required for Employment of Recreation Experts: The
           Perspective of Sector Representatives

    • Authors: Kerem Yıldırım ŞİMŞEK; Hüseyin ÇEVİK, Anıl Onur MERCANOĞLU
      Abstract: Recreation experts are employed in public institutions at a very limited level. Employment limitations in the public institutions direct the graduates of the recreation department to the private sector. This situation necessitates that the qualifications of the recreation department graduates must coincide with the characteristics that the private sector sought in the recreation expert. In line with this requirement, the aim of the research is to determine the basic characteristics required of the recreation department graduates to be employed in the recreation industry in Turkey. In the study, semi-structured interviews were conducted with the participants who were determined by the criterion sampling method. The research group consists of senior managers of businesses that provide sports recreation, tourism recreation, shopping recreation, park recreation, adventure recreation and outdoor recreation services with a high number of employment. Content analysis, one of the qualitative data analysis methods, was conducted on the data obtained as a result of the interviews. When the research findings are examined, it is seen that the characteristics sought in recreation graduates are gathered under five themes. The resulting features can be used as a guide in the recomposition of training programs and in the employment processes. In this study, suggestions are presented on the basic characteristics of recreation department graduates needed in industry and the development of recreation department education programs.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Investigation of Leisure Time Motivation of Academic and Administrative
           Staff Who do and do not participate in Sports Recreation Activities in
           Sports Facilities of the University

    • Authors: İbrahim TELCİ; Utku IŞIK
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the leisure motivations of academic and administrative staff which have certain education level and regular income, and does or does not participate in sportive recreation activities in sports facilities owned by universities. The universe of the study consists of academic and administrative staff working at Recep Tayyip Erdogan University in Rize. The sample group of the study consists of 318 randomly sampled and willingly participated personnel (Xage=34.27 ± 5.84), 176 academic and 142 administrative personnel of Rize Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University. Personal information form and Leisure Motivation Scale were used as data collection tools. Descriptive statistics, frequency and percentage distributions were made to determine the general characteristics of the data. Mann Whitney U test was used for pair comparisons and Kruskal Wallis-H test was used for group comparisons of 3 and above. Pairwise Comparisons were used to determine whether there was any significant difference between the groups following the Kruskal-Wallis-H test. According to the results of the analysis, no significant difference was found in the leisure motivation of the participants in terms of gender and total working years in civil service however significant differences were found in terms of marital status, job status, income, level of knowledge about sportive recreation field, utilization of sportive recreation areas, leisure time evaluation levels and weekly leisure time periods variables.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
  • Relationship Between Sportsmanship Behavior and Communication Skills: A
           Study on University Student-Athletes

    • Authors: Bilal ÇAĞLAYAN; Sena COŞKUN, Baki YILMAZ
      Abstract: The concept of sportsmanship, frequently mentioned from the ancient Olympics to today's modern Olympics, is increasing its popularity day by day. This study aims to examine the sportsmanship behavior of undergraduate university students and determine its relationship with communication skills. Accordingly, 415 university students reached online with convenience sampling, one of the non-random sampling methods, constituted the study sample. As data collection tools, the “Sportsmanship Scale” developed by Gümüş et al. (2020), and the “Communication Skills Scale” developed by Korkut-Owen and Bugay (2014), were used. Kurtosis and skewness values were examined to assess the conformity of the obtained data to normal distribution. Data analysis included descriptive statistics determining students' demographic characteristics, t-test, and ANOVA. Correlation Analysis tests were applied to reveal the relationship between the two scales, and a p-value of 0.05 was considered the significance level for all analyzes. The analyzes showed that the total communication skills scores and the scores from the sub-dimensions of active listening, non-verbal communication, and willingness to communicate of women were statistically significantly higher than the scores of men. While the sportsmanship behaviors of the students did not differ based on gender, there was a moderate positive relationship between the communication skills scale and all sub-dimensions of the sportsmanship scale.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
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