Author(s): Oktar KIZAR• Mehmet KARGÜN ** Yavuz Selim AĞAOĞLU*** Gamze YILDIRIM

Sports criticism in the visual media is known to cause negative consequences for sportsmen, sportsmen, and spectators in the perception of sporde violence, which is a dense and sometimes ruthless level of cultism. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of violence perception on sports branches, athletes, sportsmen, and spectators on criticism of the sport media. Data analysis method was used as data collection tool in this direction. The researcher's universe is creating TV channels broadcasting on sports. The sample of the research consists of weekly broadcast programs of 3 national channels broadcasting sports. The analysis of the study consists of interpretation of the data. In the weekly broadcast programs of the channels broadcasting in the sports field, the negative comments of the sports writers and commentators have been reached as a result of contributing to the perception of violence in the sports.


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