Analysis of Self-Esteem Levels of Students in Physical Education and Sports High School

Fahri Akçakoyun

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to examine the self-esteem levels of the students at Balikesir University Physical Education and Sports High School according to the variables such; gender, age, body-mass index (BMI), education department, class, sporting situation and sport branch (individual sport-team sport). While the universe of the study has been formed by students in Balikesir physical education and sports high school, the sample group has been consisted of a total of 292 students; 108 of whom are female and 184 male, who have been randomly selected from these students. In this study Rosenberg self-esteem scale, developed by Rosenberg (1965) and adapted to Turkish language by Cuhadaroglu (1986) has been used. Kolmogorov- Smirnov normality test, Mann-Whitney U and Kruskal- Wallis test has been used in the analysis of the data obtained from study. Self Esteem Score (SES) is calculated for each individual. As a result of the study, it has been found that the self-esteem averages of the physical education and sports high school students are very close to each other in gender and sport branch factors, and no significant change has been seen (p>0,05) however according to variable; whether they do sport or not; those who perpetually do sport have higher self-esteem than those who do not, and this change is statistically significant (p<0.05) and according to age, class and body-mass index there is no significant difference (p>0,05); and in the comparison among the departments; the average scores of the students of physical education and sports teaching department are higher than the average scores of the students of sports administration department, however this difference is not significant. It has been also understood that the average scores of the physical education and sports teaching students is higher than the students of coaching department and this change is statistically significant (p<0,05.).


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v6i2.2951

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