The Analysis of Stress Levels of the Female Wrestlers Studying in Higher Education (A Case of Batman Provice)


Nevzat DİNÇER, Zühal KILINÇ

Abstract


The purpose of this paper was to analyze the stress levels of the female wrestlers studying in higher education. The trial group of the research consisted of 52 volunteer female wrestlers studying in higher education in the province Batman. The research data were collected with “Work Stress Scale” developed by House and Rizzo (1972) adapted into Turkish by Yalçın (2009). In the analysis of data, the Mann Whitney-U and Kruskall Wallis-H tests were benefited from as well as the descriptive statistical techniques. As a result of the research, the female wrestlers were considered to experience stress occasionally. While there were not any differences in the female wrestlers’ stress levels in accordance with the variables of bachelor year, persons who they live and income status, there were some differences in their stress levels about whether family members were keen on sport or not.

Keywords


Wrestling, Female wrestler, Stress levels, Education.

| PDF | Video |


About this article

Title

The Analysis of Stress Levels of the Female Wrestlers Studying in Higher Education (A Case of Batman Provice)

Keywords

Wrestling, Female wrestler, Stress levels, Education.

DOI

10.20448/journal.522.2018.43.156.160

Date

2018-04-23

Additional Links

Manuscript Submission

Journal

Asian Journal of Education and Training
Vol 4, No 3 (2018) Page: 156-160

Online ISSN

2519-5387

Statistics

158 Views | 165 Downloads

Citations

0

Authors & Affiliations

Nevzat DİNÇER
Batman University, Batman
Turkey

Zühal KILINÇ
Batman University, Batman
Turkey


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Paper Submission E-mail: info@asianonlinejournals.com; asianonlinejournals@gmail.com

 

Asian Journal of Education and Training
Online ISSN: 2519-5387

 

Copyright © Asian Online Journal Publishing Group

To make sure that you can receive messages from us, please add the 'asianonlinejournals.com' domain to your e-mail 'safe list'. If you do not receive e-mail in your 'inbox', check your 'bulk mail' or 'junk mail' folders.