Examination of Agression of University Students by the Level of Playing Sports

Rıza Erdal, Mehmet Yilmaz, Zekiye Basaran, Serap Çolak


The aim of this research is to examine aggression of university students by the level of playing sports.  215 students constituted the sample of this study. Personal information form and “Aggression Scale” were used as a data collection tool. Mann-Whitney U Test and Anova Test were performed for difference between groups and Cronbach’s Alfa (,898) was performed in order to measure reliability of data concerning scale (p<0.05).

As a conclusion; it was determined that sport is effective on the aggression level of university students. It was stated that the average aggression level of people who play sports is lower than people who don’t play sports. As there is no difference between ways of playing sports, there is a difference between departments. Males have higher aggression level than females. It is possible to say that sport has aggression reducing effect besides health and entertainment benefits in the direction of these findings.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v6i11a.3818


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