Assessment of the relationship between the university life qualities and academic self-sufficiency levels of the students studying in the faculty of sports sciences (Uludağ University Example)
The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of the relationship between the university life qualities and academic self-sufficiencies of the university students studying in the Faculty of Sports Sciences on the academic self-sufficiency. For this purpose, a total of 311 students studying in Uludağ University Faculty of Sports Sciences participated voluntarily. The volunteers were asked to apply the socio-demographic information form, University Life Quality Scale developed by Doğanay and Sarı, and Academic Self-Sufficiency Scale developed by Yılmaz et al. The acquired data were recorded with a package program called IBM Spss 22.For the statistical analyses of the acquired data; help from the statistical experts was received. Total scale points giving information in regard to the participants are given by determining the frequency (f) and percentage (%) values. The data show non-parametric distribution. Sperman Correlation Analysis and Regression Analysis are applied as statistical processes. As a result; a negative relation between the sub-dimension of university life quality decision participation and sub dimensions of academic member student communication and the academic self-sufficiency was determined. It was seen that a significant relationship existed between the university life quality and academic self-sufficiency. The sub-dimensions of university quality decision participation, future and classroom environment predicted academic self-sufficiency and that it explained 67% of the total variation. It can be think that this situation was caused by the fact that the students do not adopt the behaviors and attitudes of the academics they consider as role models, they are negatively affected by the shared learning environment and that the students are not encouraged to participate in the decisions throughout their undergraduate studies.
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