Female and Male Students on Personal Development Inıtıatıve for Self-Edıtıng Investıgatıon of Takıng Skılls The Effects

Aldemir G. Y.

UHBAB, vol.15, no.15, pp.79-104, 2016 (Refereed Journals of Other Institutions)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 15 Issue: 15
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Doi Number: 10.17368/uhbab.20161514578
  • Title of Journal : UHBAB
  • Page Numbers: pp.79-104


 The relationship between the self construals and personal growth initiative of the students of school of physical education and sports has been examined.In order to examine on the self construals, the autonomous-related self in the family scale, which had been improved by Kağıtçıbaşı in 2007, has been used. The scale consist of three lowest stage. These are: Related self, autonomous self and autonomous-related self. There are 22 questions in the scale in total.In order to examine on the personal growth initiative the personal growth initiative scale, which had been improved by Claes, Beeydt and Lemmens in 2001, has been used. This scale has been adapted into Turkish by Akin and Anli in 2011 and has been improved and validity and reliability tests have been carried out. The scale consist of one low stages There are 9 questions in the scale in total. Furthermore, face-to-face questionnaire method has been used and 390 students studying in different branches have been interviewed. After the questionnaires have been examined, the default ones were eliminated and 385 questionnaires have been subject to the analysis. Out of 385 students, 193 were female and 192 were male students. In this study, self construals and personal growth initiative developed on the model, using survey the Kruskal Wallis test, the Mann-Whitney U test and simple linear regression analysis was performed. The demographic variables, the results have been evaluated and it has been determined that between personal growth initiative variable with gender determined be which be different Key Words: Autonomous Self, Related Self, Autonomous-Related Self, Gende