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Title: Examination of the psychological commitment to team of the students of faculty of sports sciences
Authors: Bozyiğit, Elif
Doğan, Furkan
Keywords: Psychological commitment to team
Sports fan
Source: Bozyiğit, E. & Doğan, F. (2018). Examination of the psychological commitment to team of the students of Faculty of Sports Sciences. Journal of Human Sciences, 15(4), 2159-2167.
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to examine the psychological commitment to team of the students of the Faculty of Sport Sciences. The sample of the study consisted of 242 students (97 female, 145 male) in the Physical Education and Sports Teaching, Coaching Education, Recreation and Sports Management Departments. “Personal Information Form” which was created by researchers and the Turkish version (Eskiler et al., 2011) of “Psychological Commitment to Team” (PCT) scale which was developed by Mahony et al. (2000) were used as a data collection tool in this research. Mann Whitney U test and Kruskal Wallis H test were used to analyze the data. Analyzes were made on the total score of PCT. For this study, Cronbach’s Alpha was found as .80 for the total score. As the result of analyzes, the level of “psychological commitment to team” of the students was found to be high. While there was no significant difference between gender and age variables with the scores obtained from PCT scale, there was a significant difference between department, licensed product purchases, years of being a sports fan, desire to work and possibility of working with the scores obtained from PCT scale. As a result, hypothesis 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 were accepted, while hypothesis 2 and 3 were rejected.
ISSN: 2458-9489
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