The aim of this study is to investigation of the relationship between “ego and task orientation” and “self-efficacy” of volleyball referees in terms of demographic features. The study group consists of 279 volleyball referees working actively in Izmir, Kayseri, Denizli, Aydin, Ankara, Istanbul and Isparta during the 2017-2018 season. "Ego and Task Orientation Scale in Sports", "Referee Self-Efficacy Scale" and "Socio-Demographic Data Form" were used as data collection tools. One-way Analysis of Variance and comparison results with t-test for unconnected groups were included in the evaluation of the data. Tukey-B multiple comparison test was used for the difference between groups in variance analysis. A significant correlation was found among physical competence, game knowledge, decision making, pressure, communication, total score and task orientation sub-dimensions; task orientation and sub-dimension of ego orientation only had a correlation between them. Physical competence and decision-making sub-dimension according to gender groups, age and experience groups, ego orientation sub-dimension of the classification groups had a statistically significant difference in the total scores of the ego orientation sub-dimension of the city groups, while there was no significant difference in the total scores of the sub-dimension of the occupational groups. As a result, it was seen that there were differences among variables of gender, age, experience, city and classification for volleyball referees, but there was a significant relationship between “ego and task orientation” and “self-efficacy”.
: 11 Aralık 2020
|APA||Ekmekçi, N , Zekioğlu, A , Dal, N . (2021). Voleybol Hakemlerinin Ego ve Görev Yönelimleri Bakımından Öz Yeterliklerinin İncelenmesi . Humanistic Perspective , 3 (1) , 244-269 . DOI: 10.47793/hp.838096|