PARTICIPATION OF THE STUDENTS IN THE ACTIVITIES OF RECREATION IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

Abstract

Author(s): Esra MANKAN ?ermin ?ENTURAN

The purpose of this study is to investigate how vocational school students attend and affected by recreative facilities inside and outside of the university campus. Study begins with a descriptive analysis of the variables studied; inferential statistical techniques are subsequently applied in order to study the relationships that help form the basis for the conclusions reached. Two-hundred and thirty six vocational school students participated in this study (females = 157; men = 79). When evaluated according to gender participation in social activities with family status, the difference was not significant. The authors found males read books and go to theatre more than females. After getting into colleage, males participate in social activities more than females, Number of siblings, and the gender factor is found to be a significant relationship between participation in recreational activities.

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