WOMEN DAY AS TRADITIONAL LEISURE ACTIVITY: A STUDY ON ATTITUDES OF TURKISH WOMEN TOWARDS INVITATION DAY

Abstract

Author(s): Gülsün AYDIN, Metin ARGAN, Tuba SEVL, Türkan Nihan SABIRLI

The aim of the study is to determine the attitudes of Turkish women, organizing and participating to “invitation days” towards days. A questionnaire, consisted of two parts, was applied to a total of 379 women participating to “days” as a leisure activity. 5-likert scale was used to evaluate items. According to the results, six factors were determined as; “refraining from stress”, “social relations and nostalgia”, “gaining new knowledge”, economy”, “hand crafts and cultural activities”, “experience of meal”. The total Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was found 0,88. ANOVA test results showed that a significant difference was determined for some of the factors based on age groups, income status, monthly participation frequency to invitation days and occupational situations.

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