Author(s): Ay?e AYDIN, Ali G羹rel GKSEL

The purpose of our study was to examine the relationships between job satisfaction and goal commitment level of academicians working in the field of sports science. hundred fifty academicians voluntarily participated in the study. The data of the study to examine the relationship between job satisfaction levels and target commitment of academicians working in the field of sports science, prepared by the researcher Minnesota Job Satisfaction developed in 1967 by “Personal Information Form, Dawis et al., (1967). scale, developed by Hollenbeck, Williams and Klein (1989) in 9 items, Klein et al., (2001) and the Turkish adaptation, which was rearranged in 5 items by ?enel and Y?ld?z (2016), were prepared with Likert type answer key developed by Likert. In the analysis of the data, frequency and percentage calculations will be made to determine the demographic characteristics. The data was analyzed by using independent t test for comparison of two groups, one-way ANOVA for multiple group comparison, Pearson correlation and regression analyses for relationships. The results showed that there was positive correlation between goal commitment and job satisfaction, that goal commitment increased the job satisfaction. Consequently, it can be said that the job satisfaction of academicians working in the sport science field increases provided that their goal commitment levels were high, and that the academicians having set-goals and high level of commitment to these goals will satisfied with their job.


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