Volume 2 number 3 (03)

DETERMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEISURE TIME MANAGEMENT PERCEPTION AND ANXIETY LEVELS OF VETERINARY FACULTY STUDENTS

Pages 139-152

DOI 10.61552/JIBI.2024.03.003

ORCID Mehmet Bozkurt Ataman, ORCID Serap Kalfaoğlu, ORCID Harun Yonar, ORCID Seyit Taha Ketenci


Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine whether the perception of leisure time management and anxiety levels of veterinary faculty students are related or not. For this purpose, among students attending veterinary faculties during the spring semester of the 2020-2021 academic year, 822 students (410 females and 412 males) randomly participated in a survey. In study, correlation analyses, the independent two-group t test, ANOVA test, Mann-Whitney U test and Kruskal-Wallis are used. In result, a significant positive correlation is detected between the anxiety level and scheduling, whilst significant negative correlations are determined between the anxiety level and leisure time management behavior, anxiety level and goal setting and measurement, and anxiety level and strategy. It is concluded that male students suffer from a higher anxiety level than female students, and both the geographic region and unit of residence affect leisure time management.

Keywords: Leisure Time Management, Anxiety, Veterinary Faculty Students.

Recieved: 01.11.2023. Revised: 12.12.2023. Accepted: 15.01.2024.

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