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Title: Women in sport management: case study of Turkey
Authors: Bozyiğit, Elif
Duğan, Ömür
Keywords: Sports
Source: Bozyigit, E. & Dugan, O. (2017). Women in sport management: Case study of Turkey. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 8(5), May 2017, 17159-17164.
Abstract: This study was made to put forth the number of women in the Turkish sports management and emphasize the need to attach more importance to this field in the future. The population of this study is constituted by the organizations that give direction to sport in Turkey. The sample group consists of; Youth and Sports General Directorate (YSGD), Turkish National Olympic Committee (TNOC), Sport Federations (SF’s), Physical Education and Sports Departments in universities (PES), the first division clubs in football, volleyball and basketball. Screening model was used to obtain numeric data. As a result of the screening conducted, it was found that 81 provinces affiliated to YSGD had only 1 provincial director, 1 of 17 members in the board of directors of the TNOC, 35 of 701 members in the board of the federations, 62 of the 53 universities and only 8 members out of 494 members in the clubs were found to be female managers. It can be said that the obtained data is quite small when compared to the population and the number of male managers.
ISSN: 0976-3031
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