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A STUDY ON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION LEVELS AND PERCEIVED DEGREE OF FREEDOM IN RELATION TO THEIR MODE OF PARTICIPATION IN LEISURE ACTIVITIES
The purpose of this study is to investigate university students’ satisfaction levels and perceived degree of freedom in accordance with their mode of participation in leisure activities. For this purpose, a total number of 566 students, 241 female and 325 male, who are selected by random sampling method, have voluntarily participated in this research. The research is based on screening model. The sample of the research covers students of Sports Sciences Faculties at Istanbul and Marmara Universities. During the research, in addition to the personal information form prepared by the researcher, data were collected through Leisure Time Satisfaction Scale, which is developed by Beard and Raghed (1980) and adapted to Turkish language by Karlı et. al (2008) and through Perceived Freedom in Leisure Scale, which is developed by Witt and Ellis (1985) and adopted into Turkish language by Yerlisu Lapa and Ağyar (2011). Percentage (%) and frequency (f) methods are used to determine the distribution of participants’ personal information while Shappiro Wilks normality test was applied in order to determine whether the data were normally distributed. As a result, it is determined that the data were in compliance with the terms of non-parametric tests. After that, Mann-Whitney U test was applied in order to determine the significant differences. While no significant difference is found in sub-scales of leisure time satisfaction scale (p>0.05) in relation to mode of participation in sports activities; active participants get higher scores than passive participants in the “relaxation” dimension of leisure time satisfaction scale (p<0.05) in relation to mode of participation in social activities. Active participants in artistic/cultural activities get higher scores compared to passive participants in “social” sub-dimension of leisure time satisfaction scale (p<0.05). In relation to mode of participation in sportive, social and artistic/cultural activities, active participants get higher scores in comparison with passive participants in “knowledge and skill” sub-dimension of perceived freedom in leisure scale (p<0.05) In conclusion, satisfaction levels of active participants in social and artistic/cultural activities are higher compared to satisfaction levels of passive participants. Active participants in social, sportive and artistic/cultural activities have higher perceived degree of freedom compared to passive participants

Keywords
Leisure, Leisure Participation, Leisure Satisfaction, Perceived of Freedom


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