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Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise
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  • Examining the Relationship of Some Performance Tests Applied to Young
           Soccer Players

    • Authors: Veysel BÖGE; Bekir MEHTAP, Gökhan HADİ, Erkan BÜTÜN
      Abstract: Soccer is a sport branch in which a wide range of movements of different intensities are applied, which includes long-term, rapidly changing runs as a game structure, and physical parameters such as strength, agility and endurance are kept in the foreground in addition to tactical and technical skills. At this point, it is aimed to examine the relationship between different performance tests applied in young soccer players in this study.21 male soccer players (16,33± 0,66 years, height; 172,4± 6,05 cm, body weight: 57,00± 8,81 kg) from an amateur soccer team in Konya voluntarily participated in the study. In the study, anthropometric measurements, two legged vertical jump test, yo-yo intermittent recovery 1 and 2 test, 30m sprint test and agility t test parameters were measured. The data were analyzed using the SPSS 24 package program, and the Pearson Correlation method was used in the analysis of the obtained data.As a result of the analysis of the data; A negative correlation was found between two legged vertical jump data and 30m speed and agility t test. A positive and significant correlation was found with the 30m sprint test and the agility t test. And also, a significant negative correlation was found between agility t test and yo-yo intermittent recovery 1 and yo-yo intermittent recovery 2 tests. In addition, a significant positive correlation was observed between the yo-yo intermittent recovery 2 test and the yo-yo intermittent recovery 1 test.As a result, it has been observed that different performance tests applied in young soccer players in determining the basic motoric characteristics are both negatively and positively correlated with each other.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Pre-Service Physical Education Teachers’ Acceptance of Mobile Learning
           Tools and Attitude Levels for Mobile Learning

    • Authors: Ferhat BUYUKKALKAN; Kıvanç SEMİZ
      Abstract: The development and advancement of technology, new opportunities, and effective environments are being created in education, and the role of technology in education, delivered to students through computers, smartphones, or mobile devices, mainly through the Internet, is gaining momentum. With the opportunities provided by technology, students can offer differentiated learning activities according to their learning needs, preferences, and styles. In contrast, students can personalize their technological tools with the application and content they want and participate in this process in line with their learning preferences. The purpose of this study was to examine the acceptance of mobile learning tools and mobile learning attitudes of physical education teacher candidates in Turkey. A random stratified sampling method was used. According to the findings of the research; Physical education teacher candidates' attitude levels towards mobile learning are seen to be relatively higher than their acceptance levels of mobile devices. It has been observed that motivation and satisfaction variables, which are sub-factors of Attitude Towards Mobile Learning, have a high level of correlation with each other. On the other hand, it can be said that the willingness to use mobile devices mostly affects the acceptance of mobile learning tools. In general, students perceive mobile learning positively in educational environments. In this context, with the support of educational institutions, it is possible to include mobile devices in learning-teaching processes because of their advantages such as motivating, interesting and easy-to-use physical education teacher candidates, as well as supporting learning and being independent of time and space.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Investigation of Weight Loss Methods of Wrestlers Fighting in Different
           Styles and Categories During the Competition Period

    • Authors: Mehmet SARIKAYA; Mehmet Şerif ÖKMEN, Gökmen KILINÇARSLAN, Akan BAYRAKDAR
      Abstract: This research was conducted in order to determine the preferred weight loss methods of wrestlers in the category of juniors, stars and teens who compete in Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling. 215 male wrestlers between the ages of 14 and 17 participated in the study. In order to determine the weight loss methods of wrestlers, the “athlete weight loss methods and effects scale” developed by Yarar et al. (2016) and the personal information form developed by the researchers were used. In the analysis of the data obtained from the wrestlers SPSS package program was used. Independent t test was used from binary comparisons and ANOVA test was used for multiple comparisons. Significance level was accepted as p
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Examination Of Service Quality Levels Perceived By Students Who
           Participate In Youth Centre Activities

    • Authors: Yılmaz AKSOY; Hacı Ali ÇAKICI
      Abstract: The aim of the present study is to examine the level of service quality perceived by students who are members of youth centre. Descriptive survey model was used in the study. Population of the study consists of students who are members of Youth Centres within the body of Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Turkey, while the sample consists of 196 participants who were selected with random sampling method among students who are members of Youth Centres within the body of Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Turkey. Personal Information Form developed by the researchers and “The Perceived Service Quality Scale for Youth Centres" developed for youth centres by Aycan (1) and revised by Polat et al. (3) were used in the study as data collection tool. Student t-test, one-way analysis of variance and Tukey multiple comparison test were used to analyse the study data. No significant difference was found in the variables of gender, age, membership duration, number of siblings, the state of doing sport, family income and having youth centre member in the family. In line with this result, it can be recommended for youth centres not to act with the same system and understanding in their activity programs. It can be said that if the system and functioning of each activity are different, this may have a positive effect on the curiosity and excitement of members. Finally, it would be appropriate to emphasize the point of communication between staff in youth centres and the members. It can be said that the level of relationship between staff and members will have a positive effect on the participation frequency of members.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A Review Study of Physical Education Pedagogy in Turkey

    • Authors: Ekrem Yasin TABAK; Mehmet DALKILIÇ, Erhan DEVRİLMEZ, Fatih DERVENT
      Abstract: Pedagogy is defined as a concept based on the transfer of teacher’ knowledge and skills to the learner. Similar definition of pedagogy has been detected on physical education field. Physical education pedagogy is examined in three sub-dimensions which are teaching physical education, physical education teacher education and curriculum. In this study, articles about physical education pedagogy published in scientific journals scanned in TR Index were examined using document review and descriptive content analysis methods. Totally 2157 studies from six journals publishing in TR Index were accessed and 18 articles were selected. The first and second authors of the study examined and analyzed the studies. Inter-researcher consistency was 93.4 % which indicated high consistency. Results showed that five studies for teaching physical education, six studies for physical education teacher education and seven studies for curriculum sub-domains of pedagogy were published in TR Index. Teaching physical education studies focused on effectiveness of models, materials and instructional design. In physical education teacher education sub-domain, studies examined effectiveness of peer teaching model, teaching practice and scale development. Results also indicated that all seven curriculum studies focused on examination of renewed or updated physical education and sport curriculum. As a conclusion, the number of articles on physical education pedagogy published in the TR Index was not sufficient considering the total number of published studies. Curriculum studies were generally carried out shortly after the curriculum updates in Turkey. There is a need for longitudinal studies that examine the long-term effects of curricula and evaluate the curricula in terms of all stakeholders affected by the program.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Investigation of Fair Play Behaviors of Secondary School Students
           Participating in School Sports

    • Authors: Ahmet TEMEL; İbrahim Umran AKDAĞCIK
      Abstract: This research aims to examine the fair play behaviors of secondary school students who participate in school sports. The sample of the research consists of 495 secondary school students who continue their education in Niğde in the 2022-2023 academic year and are selected by purposive sampling method. “Frequency of Exhibiting Fair Play Behaviors Scale” was used as a data collection tool in the research. Descriptive statistics, t-tests, and ANOVA tests were performed in the analysis of the data, and a significance level of .05 was taken into account in the interpretation of the data. According to the research findings, the students who participated in school sports exhibited fair play behavior at a frequent level in the spectator dimension; at a very frequent level in team, negative behavior, opponent dimension, throughout the scale. Fair play behaviors of female students were higher than male students. According to the grade level, the scores of the 5th-grade students were found to be significantly higher than the 7th-grade students. While the fair play behaviors of the students playing football in the spectator dimension of the scale were higher than the athletes interested in individual branches, no significant difference was found in other dimensions. In the variable of sports age, the fair play behaviors of the students who do sports for 1-3 years were found to be higher than the students who did sports for less than 1 year. As a result of the research, it has been determined that secondary school students participating in school sports exhibit fair play behaviors very often and develop more positive attitudes towards their team. It is recommended that secondary school students participate in events such as games, competitions, and tournaments within the scope of school sports.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Impact of the Pandemic on Sports Companies: Comparative Rate Analysis
           of Champions League and Turkish Football Companies

    • Authors: Ayşe Nur ŞAHİN
      Abstract: Today, when sports have become a very important sector for the economy, football, which is one of the favorite elements of the sports sector, has a very large financial position among other sports branches. Many different organization such as UEFA also contributed to this position. In this study, the effect of the Covid-19 epidemic, which was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020, on football clubs was analyzed through the financial statements of football clubs. In the research, the ratio analysis method was applied through the financial statements of the three football clubs in the category of UEFA champions league leaders as of 5 May 2021 and the football companies traded in the BIST for the periods 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. As a result, it has been revealed that all clubs were affected negatively compared to the pre-pandemic period, but the three clubs, which are UEFA leaders, were less affected by the negatice effects of the pandemic due to their strong financial resources and sporting successes. In the evaluation of the research, it has been revealed that Beşiktaş is the club with the best debt paying power among the clubs in Turkey. It was evaluated that the net working capital of the other three clubs was negative. It is understood that the three clubs, which are the ranking leaders in 2021, have strong financial positions that do not differ much from each other. It is another result that the solvency and resource structures of Turkish football clubs and UEFA ranking leaders are far from each other. This situation is generally; It can be attributed to sportive success, the difference in the income balance and the increase in the exchange rate in our country.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Mental Toughness Levels of Male and Female Football Players

    • Authors: Berzan ŞİMŞEK; Alpaslan KARTAL, Samet AKTAŞ
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine the mental toughness levels of male and female football players in sports. The population of the study consists of female football players from the Super League in 2021-2022 and amateur football players in the province of Batman. The sample of the study consists of 232 football players who voluntarily participated in the online questionnaire. Data on the introductory characteristics of the players were obtained with a "personal information form". “Sport Mental Toughness Questionnaire-SMTQ” was used to determine mental toughness of the players. The obtained data were transferred to the SPSS 22 software program for statistical operations. Frequency analysis, percentage analysis, arithmetic mean, t test, Anova analysis and post hoc tests were used to analyze the data. According to the variables of age, education level, years of licenced player and their level of football, statistically significant differences were found between the mental toughness levels among football players (p<.05). According to gender, no difference was found between the mental toughness levels of the football players (p>.05).
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Training Monitoring And Effect Of Training Variables On Wellness Score In
           Elite Male Fencers

    • Authors: Enver YILDIRIM; Hatice Yağmur ZENGİN, Ş. Alpan CİNEMRE
      Abstract: Subjective measures such as well-being indices may be beneficial to balance fatigue and recovery on the fatigue continuum and awareness of well-being is considered a useful sign for identifying NFOR status. Recovery and neuromuscular fatigue process from training may be delayed because of the eccentric component during a stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) type activities and needs to be well monitored during fencing training and matches. The aim of the study is to investigate training monitoring of elite male fencing athletes aged 15-23 and to examine the variables that affect wellness during intensified training periods. The study includes 16 elite men's saber fencers who train regularly and comprised of 139 data concentrated on training and 6 data engrossed on competitions. These data were examined throughout 2 different time periods and an overall duration. Wellness scores, acute/chronic workload ratio (ACWR) and monotony scores were collected. The main findings of this study, in training loads (AU) a statistically significant difference weren’t observed between periods, but in wellness scores, a significant difference was observed between periods (acute load, p=0.861; hooper index, p=0.003). ACWR (p=0,6103) and monotony (p=0,4810) scores were not observed to be significant predictors of wellness both univariate and multivariate. In summation, This investigation concluded and reinforced the notion that the wellness score is a vital criterion in training and performance monitoring. It was discovered and noted that the continuity of the trainings and the increased intensity of the competition resulted in the wellness score to increase during the second period.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Review Of The Emotional Intelligence And Self-Leadership Levels Of
           Students At The Faculty Of Sports Sciences

    • Authors: Rumeysa ALPER; Özlem YALÇIN, Hamdi PEPE
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the emotional intelligence and self-leadership levels of the students of the sport science faculty. The general scan model is a quantitative study used. The data collection tools to be used in research are the scale-short form of emotional intelligence by Deniz et al. (7) developed by Petrides and Furnham (21, 22) to reveal the emotional intelligence of individuals. Another tool to be used in the study is the measure of Self-Leadership developed by (12) and conducted by Tabak et al. (28) in Turkish validity reliability studies. As an analysis method, T-test in independent groups was used to compare two unrelated samples and one-way Anova tests to compare more than two unrelated samples. The SPSS 22.0 package program has been utilized for analysis of the data obtained. As a result of the research; In the gender variable, a significant difference was found in terms of emotional intelligence and self-leadership levels (p<.05). While a significant difference was found in the level of self-leadership according to the department variable (p<.05), there was no significant difference in the level of emotional intelligence (p>.05). When the "class" variable was examined, there was no difference in both variables (p<.05). In addition to these results, the positive relationship between emotional intelligence and self-leadership was also revealed (p>.05).
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • For a Higher Sprint Running Performance, in Which Part of the Warm-Up
           Protocol Should the Dynamic Stretching Phase be Applied'

    • Authors: Erkan GÜNAY; Recep ÖZÇELİK, Egemen MANCI, Caner ÇETİNKAYA, Cem BEDİZ
      Abstract: The acute effect of warm-up protocols on athletic performance components has been frequently examined in the literature. The lack of evidence in static stretching studies led researchers to dynamic stretching protocols that simultaneously enhance basic skill level, kinesthetic awareness, range of motion, and core temperature. However, it was not clarified in which part of the warming up the dynamic stretching phase should be done. This study investigated the acute effect of the dynamic stretching exercise phase before and after a warm-up on the 20m sprint performance. The study included forty-four soccer players, aged 16.59 ±1.06 years, who played for amateur teams. Participants were randomly divided into two groups on the first day of the study. In the first group, dynamic stretching was performed before warm-up (BGW) and then the players' 20m sprint performances were tested. In the second group, dynamic stretching was performed after the warm-up (AGW) and then the players' 20m sprint performances were tested. On the second day of the study, the same protocol was applied to the same players by changing groups of players.The average speed in the 20m sprint test of the BGW group (2.96±0,13 sec.) was found to be significantly shorter than the AGW group (3.01±0,12 sec., p<0.05). The difference in the 20 m speed test values between groups was found significant (p<0.05). The findings obtained in the applied experimental condition show that the dynamic stretching protocol applied before the warm-up running phase increases the sprint running performance. It may be more beneficial for the performance of athletes to do dynamic stretching before sprint running performances.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Movement Training Course View Scale Validity And Reliability of Study

    • Authors: Pelin USTAOĞLU HOŞVER; Merve HASIRCI, Selahattin AKPINAR
      Abstract: Movement education is important for the development of children, so it should be ensured that children gain multiple experiences with movement education curriculum prepared by experts suitable for children's developmental periods. This should only be provided by experts who have taken or have taken the movement education course at universities' faculties of sports sciences or physical education and sports colleges. The aim of this research is to develop a valid and reliable scale in order to determine the attitudes of the students who take the movement education course towards the movement education course. The study group of this research consisted of 300 students, 178 of whom were enrolled in physical education and sports teaching and 122 of them were enrolled in the department of coaching education and took the movement training course, studying at the faculties of sports sciences and sports sciences schools of various universities in the spring semester of the 2021-2022 academic year. forms. 103 of the students are female and 197 are male. Cronbach Alpha coefficient was calculated to determine the reliability of the scale. As a result of expert opinion and exploratory factor analysis, a five-point Likert-type scale consisting of 26 items was obtained. The scale consists of three dimensions. In order to determine the internal consistency of the scale, the item-total correlation was calculated and it was seen that the correlation values of all items were high. The Cronbach Alpha reliability coefficient, which was calculated to determine the reliability of the scale, was calculated as .962. When the findings related to the validity and reliability studies of the scale are examined, it can be said that the scale is a valid and reliable measurement tool that can measure the attitudes of the students towards the movement education lesson.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Effect of Aerobic Endurance on Agility and Speed in Amateur Soccer
           Players

    • Authors: İbrahim Halil ŞAHİN; Ömer KAHRAMAN, Maya BUDAK, Turgut KAPLAN
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the effect of aerobic endurance on speed and agility performance in amateur soccer players. 18 male soccer players at the Türkiye regional amateur league voluntarily participated in the research. The mean age of the soccer players participating in the research; 24.61 ± 4.434 years, height; 181.50 ± 0.041 cm, mean body weight; 73.17 ± 6.364 kg, 30 meters mean speed; 4.663 ± 0.501 sec, pro-agility test means; Means of 5.713 ± 0.322 sec and VO2max; 44,163 ± 1.911 (ml/kg/min). In the study, the yo-yo test was used to determine VO2Max levels, the 30-meter sprint test to determine sprint performance, and the pro-agility test to determine agility performance. The results of this study was that high VO2max levels in soccer players had a significant effect on agility and speed performance. Additionally, when the effect size was examined, it was seen that VO2max level was more effective in speed performance than agility. Also, it was found that the VO2max level explained the speed performance by 37% and a 1-unit change in the VO2max level affected the speed by 0.16, while the VO2max level explained the agility performance by 40.2% and a 1-unit change in the VO2max level affected the agility performance by 0.11. In conclusion, It has been observed that aerobic endurance affects sprint performance more than agility. Considering the distances related to agility (18.28 m) and sprint test (30 m), it is thought that the effect level of aerobic endurance increases as the running distance increases. Therefore, aerobic endurance levels should also be considered when applying agility and speed exercises.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Effects of Resistance Training Applied to Elite Field Hockey Players
           on Some Strength Parameters

    • Authors: Kazım KOCA; Serkan REVAN
      Abstract: This study is intended to investigate the effects of resistance training on the muscular strength and muscular endurance of elite female and male national team field hockey players. 30 female and 30 male national field hockey players aged between 17-28 participated in the study voluntarily. Before the training program of the participants, maximum muscular strength (bench press, leg extension, leg curl, push down) and muscular endurance (30 sec sit-up and 30 sec push-up test) were determined. The training program was applied to the players for 8 weeks, 3 days a week. SPSS 23.0 package program was used for statistical analysis. As a result of the analysis, it was seen that the distributions were normal, and therefore, t-test was used in dependent groups, which is one of the parametric tests, to compare the pre-test and post-test. The significance level was accepted as 0.05. After the 8-week training program, body weight, while body mass index and body fat percentage values decreased in both female and male field hockey players (p<0.05), 1RM values in bench press, leg extension, leg curl and push down applications and 30 sec sit-up and 30 sec push-up values increased significantly compared to the pre-training program (p<0.05). As a result, it can be said that regular resistance training has a positive effect on the body composition, muscular strength and muscular endurance of male and female elite field hockey players.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Effect of Participation in Regular Tennis Exercise on Sportsmanship

    • Authors: Engin EFEK; Hakan ERYİĞİT
      Abstract: This study examines the effect of participation in regular tennis exercise on sportsmanship in secondary school students. The research was carried out with an experimental method and sequential design. The study sample, 46 volunteer students, was divided into two groups as experimental and control groups. The “Personal Information Form” and the “Physical Education Lesson Sportsmanship Behavior Scale” were applied to the students in both groups as a pre-test in the first week and as a post-test after 12 weeks. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 17.0 program was used for data analysis. As a result of the normality tests (Skewness and Kurtosis), it was determined that the data showed normal distribution, so the Independent Sample T-Test and Paired Samples T-Test were applied. The significance level was accepted as p<0.05. According to the findings of the study, while there was a statistically significant difference between the pre-test (90.82 ± 14) and post-test (97.52 ± 10) of the experimental group's sportsmanship level, no statistically significant difference between the pre-test (85.73 ± 12) and post-test (83.52 ± 14) of the control group's sportsmanship levels between. Consequently, this study reveals that participation in 12 weeks of regular tennis exercise significantly increases the sportsmanship level of secondary school students.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Acute Effects of Hip Mobility Exercises in Addition to Dynamic Warm-up on
           Vertical Jump, Maximal and Isometric Strength Parameters

    • Authors: Barbaros DEMİRTAŞ; Murat Can ÇEKEN, Onur ÇAKIR, Malik BEYLEROĞLU, Onat ÇETİN
      Abstract: AbstractThe aim of this study is to investigate the acute effects of hip mobility exercises applied before anaerobic activities on vertical jump, 1 repetition maximum (1TM) and isometric strength performances. For this purpose, 12 male athletes with a high level of training (age = 21 ± 1.2 years; height = 180 ± 0.05 m; body weight = 88.08 ± 9.17 kg) voluntarily participated in the study. Before starting the study, an approval report was obtained from the Sakarya University of Applied Sciences Ethics Committee and all athletes signed a voluntary consent form before the study. All participants were asked to perform a standard 15-minute dynamic warm-up procedure (dynamic stretching exercises related to cycling and tests) on the first measurement day, and then, in order to avoid fatigue in the athletes, 1 TM ( 1 Repetition Maximum) strength tests were applied. On the second measurement day, the subjects performed 8 different hip mobility exercises (2 sets x 20 seconds for each exercise) with the same 15-minute dynamic warm-up protocol and re-applied the tests applied on the first measurement day. When the findings were examined, it was found that there was no significant difference in the 1TM strength values of the deadlift exercise in the 1st and 2nd measurement sessions (p = 0.596 ). However, a significant difference was found between the 1TM strength, Isometric back-leg strength, Counter Movement Jump (CMJ) and Squat Jump (SJ) values of the squat exercise (p = 0.003, p = 0.002, p = 0.002, p = 0.002). In conclusion, this study shows that a dynamic warm-up protocol that includes hip mobility has a positive effect on vertical jump, maximal and isometric strength parameters.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Examining of Impression Management of Academicians in Higher Education
           Institutions Providing Sports Education

    • Authors: Tuncay SARIİPEK; İbrahim Bülent FİŞEKÇİOĞLU, Hakan Salim ÇAĞLAYAN
      Abstract: This research was conducted in order to determine the impression management of Acaemicians working in the sample of higher education institutions providing sports education, to examine whether the impression management tactics of Acaemicians differ according to demographic variables. A research using a descriptive scanning method aimed at revealing the current situation; 51 Faculties of Sports Sciences participating in the data collection process[n=426], 13 School of Physical Education and Sports[n=72] and 2 at the Department of Physical Education and Sports Teaching Affiliated to the Faculties of Education[n=5] a total of 503 who served[male=404, female=99; professor=44, associate professor=99, dr.teachmember=122, teaching.see=133, Res.see=105] it was carried out on the sample of Acaemicians. The “Impression Management Scale” developed by Bolino and Turnley (1999) and its adaptation to Turkish/validity study conducted by Basım and his friends(2006) and the “Personal Information Form” developed by the researcher were used as data collection tools in the research. The normality test of the data obtained in the study was tested by Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Shapiro-Wilk tests; Mann-Whitney U Test was used for paired comparisons and Kruskal-Wallis Variance Analysis was used for multiple comparisons because the data did not show normal distribution as a result of the test. In the statistical calculations, the basic significance level was accepted as 0.05. As a result of the research; Acaemicians in higher education institutions providing sports education, trying to pity themselves, trying to show themselves as an exemplary staff member, trying to make them realize their own importance by force the dimensions of impression management tacticsand general impression management tactics which they never use, trying to make themselves liked by promoting their qualification the dimension of impression management tactics they are rarely used, trying to own their business the size of impression management tactics is which they use from time to time it is determined. Acaemicians' general impression management tactics and the dimensions of impression management tactics (trying to pity yourself, trying to make themselves liked by promoting their qualification, trying to show themselves as an exemplary staff member, trying to make them realize their own importance by force, trying to own their business) while it was found that there was no significant difference according to the gender variable; trying to show themselves as an exemplary staff member the dimension of impression management tactics depends on the variable of the department in which they work, trying to make them realize their own importance by force, trying to own their business and trying to own their business the effect of the dimensions of impression management tactics on the age and professional seniority variable, trying to make themselves liked by promoting their qualification, trying to own their business the dimensions of impression management tactics and general impression management tactics it has been found that it differs significantly according to the title variable.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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