BODY PERCEPTION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER CANDIDATES STUDYING AT KOCAELI UNIVERSITY: A COMPARISON IN TERMS OF 1ST AND 4 TH GRADES


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Karagün E. , Genç M.

TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, cilt.1, no.21467242, ss.66-72, 2020 (Diğer Kurumların Hakemli Dergileri)

  • Cilt numarası: 1 Konu: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 2020
  • Dergi Adı: TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.66-72

Özet

The aim is to compare the body perceptions of candidates for physical education teachers studying at Kocaeli University in terms of 1st and 4th grades.It is also to examine whether body perceptions change according to variables such as age, gender, housing, parent education, monthly income level, whether to play sports, sports branch and exposure to violence. After obtaining a research permit, all students studying in 1st and 4th grades were informed about the research.After the information; 88 students from 1st grade and 84 volunteers from 4th grade were applied to 172 students; the body perception scale developed by Secard and Jourard and adapted to Turkish by Hovardaoğlu with the information survey.Since the data showed normal distribution, parametric tests; t test, and variance analysis were applied. The margin of error is 0.05. As a result of the analysis; age, mother and father education, housing, exposure to violence, type of sports he participated in, Year of professional work, -out of school- work status in terms of satisfaction scores did not differ significantly. Level of satisfaction with the body; boys received significantly higher scores than girls, 4th grade compared to 1st grade, professional sports compared to amateurs, amateur Sports year more than those and income level 1500 tl and below. As a result, in parallel with the year of amateur sport, it is recommended to conduct detailed studies measuring the effects of increasing sports activities in school programs. Keywords: Physical Education, Teacher Candidate, Sports, Body Perception, University Student