The Comparison of High School Students’ Level of Aggression Based on Demographic Features


Oktay ÇOBAN, Mehmet YILDIRIM

Abstract


This study aims to determine high school students’ level of aggression and compare their level of aggression based on some demographic features. The population of the study comprises of high school students attending public and private schools in Yozgat province of Turkey during 2017-2018 school year. The sample of the study comprises of 300 students selected using random sampling method in public and private schools in Yozgat province of Turkey during 2017-2018 school year. The study benefits from survey as a method. Students’ demographic features were obtained using “personal information form”. “Buss Perry Aggresion Scale” was used to measure students’ level of aggression. The obtained data were processed using SPSS 18 software program. Finally, frequency analysis, percentage analysis, arithmetic means, t test, ANOVA and post-hoc tests were used for data analysis.  The findings of the study indicated statistically significant differences were found among students’ level of aggression in terms of different variables such as their gender, age, school type, mother’s employment status, mother’s education level, monthly expenses and number of siblings (p<0.05).

Keywords


Aggression, High school, Student.

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Title

The Comparison of High School Students’ Level of Aggression Based on Demographic Features

Keywords

Aggression, High school, Student.

DOI

10.20448/journal.522.2018.44.363.370

Date

2018-07-31

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Asian Journal of Education and Training
Vol 4, No 4 (2018) Page: 363-370

Online ISSN

2519-5387

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Oktay ÇOBAN
University of Yozgat Bozok, School of Physical Education and Sports, Yozgat
Turkey

Mehmet YILDIRIM
University of Yozgat Bozok, School of Physical Education and Sports, Yozgat
Turkey


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