Farklı bölgelere göre 11-15 yaş grubu çocukların rekreatif faaliyetlerinin karşılaştırılması

Pala, Adem; KolayıŞ, Hakan
January 2012
International Journal of Human Sciences;Jan-Jun2012, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p1007
Academic Journal
The purpose of this study is to compare the recreative activities of 11-15 age group depending on different Regions. In this respect, 227 children from Southeastern part of Turkey and 262 children from Marmara region of Turkey participated in this study in a volunteered way. The questionnaire adapted from previous studies was implemented on these participants. Afterwards, the data were analyzed in terms of frequency, percentage and independent group of t-test statistics. Data were analyzed with the help of SPSS 15.0 and the significance rate was determined 0,05. Consequently, significantly different result were found (p<0,05) among participant from different regions, in their responses to the questions of "what they do in their leisure time, which recreative activities they regularly deal with, and which social and cultural activities they have joined in the past six months". While the results found by the questions of "where they go to spend their spare time out of their school life and how many hour they allocate to recreative activities including sport" were completely insignificant (p>0,05). According to the findings of this research, 37,9 % of the participant from Southeastern part of Turkey chose "sports" option of the item of "what they do in their leisure time", 53,3 % of participant within same region chose "football" option of the item of "which recreative activities they regularly deal with". 51,5 % of the participant from Marmara region chose "sports" option of the former question: Additionally , 25,6 % of item chose "football", 21,5 % of them chose "badminton" and 12,8 % of them chose "basketball" options of the latter question.


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