INVESTIGATION OF EMPATHY LEVELS OF ATHLETICS SPORTS

Abstract

Author(s): znur AKPINAR Tekin OLAKO?LU Selahattin AKPINAR Abdulselam KAHRAMAN

The aim of this study was to determine the level of empathy of athletic athletes and to determine whether the levels of empathy differ according to demographic characteristics. In the study, 116 of the athletes who participated in the High School Cross Group Competition held in Adana Province on February 17, 2018 by Athletics Federation were used Empathic Tendency Scale developed by Dökmen (1988). In the statistical evaluation of the data, t and anova tests were applied because of the parametric distribution. As a result of the research, the level of empathy of the participating athletes was determined as = 61,7931 and the lowest and the highest value that can be taken from the scale (the lowest 20 - the highest 100 points can be obtained), the athletes have moderate level of empathy. they were identified

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