Sports or Fine Arts? Investigation of Free Time Management Skills of Participants Interested in Sports and Fine Arts

Osman Gumusgul

Abstract


In this study it was aimed to investigate free time management skills of participants interested in sports and fine arts. 233 students studying at School of Physical Education and Sports and Faculty of Fine Arts took part in this research. Data was gathered through Free Time Management Scale that had been developed by Wang et al. (2011) and translated to Turkish Language by Akgul and Karakucuk (2015). In evaluation part, descriptive statistical analysis and Manova test was used. It was statistically determined that there were significant differences on free time management scores between participants interested in sports and participants interested in fine arts. Also there were significant differences on free time activities while there were not significant differences on genders. According to the results participants interested in sports have higher scores in goal setting and technique and evaluating sub-dimensions and participants interested in fine arts have higher scores in free time attitudes and scheduling sub dimensions.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jei.v5i1.14293

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