An analysis of sport managers' work stress levels in various variables
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CitationKılınç, Z., Dinçer, N. (2018). An analysis of sport managers' work stress levels in various variables. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 6(12), 2757-2763. https://doi.org/10.13189/ujer.2018.061209
This paper was conducted to measure the psychological and psychosomatic symptoms related with the sport managers’ work stress in public sector and federations. In this research, total 185 sport managers including 31 sport managers from the Central Organization of Sport General Directorate, 113 sport managers from the provincial organization, 41 sport managers from the Independent Sport Federations were included. The relevant managers were applied the work stress scale developed by Houso and Rizzo (1972). According to the results of the research, as sport managers get older, the averages of work stress seem to increase. In younger sport managers, the averages of work stress were found to be lower. When the participant sport managers’ education levels improve, their work stress points fall down. In the first period of service of sport managers, the averages of work stress were high, in next years they went down over time.
SourceUniversal Journal of Educational Research
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